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Gain The Understanding, Insight, And Know-How
To Engage Authentically with Clients As Emotions Emerge
In this highly practical series, some of the field’s leading innovators will give you a deep understanding of what's really going on when you feel bored, disconnected, afraid, over-reactive, or simply unsure of what's best in the face of strong emotion. Each session is packed with concrete guidelines and step-by-step approaches to harness the power of emotion for healing.
Join Susan Johnson, Joan Klagsbrun, Jay Efran, Rick Hanson, Ron Potter-Efron, and Diana Fosha.
- How to use emotion to repair and rebuild bonds between partners.
- A concrete step-by-step approach for bringing new dimensions of emotional exploration into your work.
- How to support emotions without being intrusive.
- A practical proven approach for helping angry clients rewire their brains.
- How to use your face, hands, and voice to bring enhanced vitality and heightened awareness to clients' feeling states.
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Range of Powerful Ways To Work With Emotion
Range of Powerful Ways To Work With Emotion
Emotion and Motivation in Couples Therapy
Susan Johnson, Ed.D.
Discover how to work more experientially and effectively with couples by learning to:
Bringing the Felt Sense into the Consulting Room
Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D.
Learn how to bring a new dimension of emotional exploration into your work by:
When Your Client Cries: Do’s and Don’ts
Jay Efran, Ph.D.
Explore a new two-stage perspective on working with tears based on:
Cultivating Positive Emotion in Therapy
Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
Learn how to mobilize clients’ underutilized resources and fortify their resilience by:
Helping Angry Clients Change Their Brains
Ron Potter-Efron, Ph.D.
Apply the principles of neuroplasticity with anger problems by:
Using Mindfulness to Deepen Emotional Experience
Diana Fosha, Ph.D.
Explore how to use the therapeutic relationship to help bring enhanced vitality and awareness to your clients' feeling states by:
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What’s Really Going On When You...
What People Say About Our Webcasts:
What an informative and down-to-earth talk, with so many valuable tips and insights…
I put some of your ideas to work immediately and had success!
I am enlightened, left wanting more. I will review this webcast again and again.
So much to digest and use.
Thank you so much for your time.
The presentation was quite educational and full of practical down to earth "know how" on how to deal with male-shame. I found the insights and learning to be true not only in the clinical setting but also in ordinary day to day experience.
Thank you for teaching a very strong and empowering way to relate with clients.
Our Presenters Are Leaders In The Field
Susan Johnson, Ed.D., professor of clinical psychology, is one of the developers of Emotionally Focused Therapy. She’s the director of the Ottawa Couple and Family Institute and the International Center for Excellence in EFT. Her latest book is Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love.
Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D., a psychologist in private practice in the Boston area and an adjunct faculty member at Lesley University, has been teaching Focusing internationally for more than 30 years.
Jay Efran, Ph.D., is emeritus professor of psychology at Temple University. He’s the coauthor of Language, Structure, and Change: Frameworks of Meaning in Psychotherapy and The Tao of Sobriety.
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist with an interest in the intersection of psychology, neurology, and Buddhism, and an invited presenter at Oxford, Stanford, and the University of California at Berkeley. He’s the author of 15 books, including Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom.
Ron Potter-Efron, Ph.D., is a clinical psychotherapist, co-owner of First Things First Counseling and Consulting, and director of its Anger Management Center. He’s the author of Shame, Guilt, and Alcoholism, Angry All the Time, and Healing the Angry Brain.
Diana Fosha, Ph.D., is the developer of Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) and director of the AEDP Institute. She’s the author of The Transforming Power of Affect: A Model for Accelerated Change and a coeditor of The Healing Power of Emotion: Affective Neuroscience, Development, and Clinical Practice.