When couples leave the consulting room, what keeps them from falling back into the destructive, deep-seated behavioral patterns that brought them there in the first place? In other words, how do in-session breakthroughs become daily habits? "People will take out of the therapy session things that are emotionally meaningful to them," says couples therapist and Networker Symposium Keynote speaker Susan Johnson, author of Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships.
In a brief video, Susan explains how to create moments of emotional sharing so deep that they automatically translate into couples' lives. This technique helps couples open up about the blocks that have kept them apart and become comfortable with the power of emotion.
Here’s a clip to get you started.
Like what you see? Don't miss Susan's Saturday morning keynote address at this year's Networker Symposium, From Attachment to Creativity: Accessing Our Resources for Change, from March 17-20 in Washington DC.
Then, don’t miss Susan's workshop, Defining Moments in Couples Therapy: Neuroscience in the Consulting Room.
Why wait? Join over 3,000 of your colleagues for this year's must-see event and take your practice to the next level. We look forward to seeing you there.
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