Bruce Ecker on Finding the Underlying Reasons for Detrimental Behaviors
Rich Simon • 2/19/2014 • Be the First to Comment
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?
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
depth oriented brief therapy