Aging triggers identity issues as powerful as those of adolescence, at a time when we're also coping with critical life-cycle changes. Examine principle aging issues for both our clients and ourselves with experts in the field.
A decade ago, if therapists were familiar with mindfulness at all, it was as a spiritual practice with little connection to clinical work. Today, the practical uses of mindfulness are widely accepted and have been well documented by researchers.
Positive psychology seeks to provide a science of happiness grounded in research on how to live a more meaningful life. Discover systematic, step-by-step guidelines for helping your clients live more positive lives in this course.
At its best, therapy is a deeply creative art, rooted in the healing quality of imagination, hope, risk, and wonder. Discover how to bring this creativity and originality into your practice right away.
In America, almost everybody has peculiar eating habits, and almost everybody exhibits some food excesses and fetishes. Learn practical techniques you can use to help your clients avoid these harmful eating habits.
Following the first generation of pioneers, another group of inspired clinicians and innovators emerged to expand family therapy. Learn about the distinctive contributions these more recent figures made to the field.
A collection of charismatic figures were able to comine their clinical skill and intellectual daring to use systems thinking for family therapy. Discover the new definition of therapist established by this group of unforgettable personalities.
Research shows again and again that the main ingredient of effective treatment has little to do with therapeutic technique. This course delves into the traits that you need to be a better therapist right away.
In this unusual course, six noted clinicians examine what happens when a client challenges the therapist's core assumptions about change and forces him or her to step out of their comfort zone.
In an America shaken by terror, many experience intrusive thoughts, agitation, and panic attacks once regarded solely as symptoms of anxiety disorders. Develop the skills you need to help your clients restore their minds.