In Search of the Therapeutic Breakthrough

Bruce Ecker on Finding the Underlying Reasons for Detrimental Behaviors

Rich Simon

The therapeutic breakthrough—it’s a moment that leads to deep, lasting change for a client. But is there an identifiable process that leads to breakthrough?

2014 Symposium presenter Bruce Ecker, co-director of the Coherence Psychology Institute, says “Yes.”

Using a process focused on understanding memory reconsolidation, Bruce has found a way to identify attachment-based issues, and help clients change dysfunctional behaviors with roots in the past.

Watch the clip below from one of our Networker Webcast series to hear Bruce talk about a client unwilling to leave an abusive situation and the approach he uses to uncover the underlying reasons why.

Bruce Ecker, MA, LMFT, is codirector of the Coherence Psychology Institute and coauthor of Unlocking the Emotional Brain and Depth Oriented Brief Therapy.

Join us at the 2014 Networker Symposium March 20-23 to hear Bruce speak as part of the brain science forum, "Advances and Challenges in the Clinical Applications of Brain Science Today," and/or attend his workshop with Sara Bridges, "Unlocking the Emotional Brain."

Networker Symposium 2014
March 20-23 in Washington, DC

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Topic: Professional Development

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