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SoA 13 Day 4

K. Anders Ericsson

K. Anders EricssonWe all know of therapists who are considered experts in the field, but how exactly did they get there and how can we join them? According to Symposium 2013 Keynote Speaker Anders Ericsson, focused, deliberate, sustained practice(at least 10,000 hours’ worth) of a particular skill almost always determines the difference between the exceptional and the merely competent, even in the therapy room.

Chris Germer and Diana Fosha

Chris GermerDiana FoshaOver the years, our notions of therapeutic interaction have increasingly come to emphasize a quality of "now-ness" and immediate presence for both therapist and client. Our current ideas of what constitutes a corrective emotional experiencehave changed with the advent of somatic therapy, mindfulness, and other present-focused influences. In this premiere event, mindfulness experts Chris Germer and Diana Fosha discuss the now approach to therapy.

Martha Straus

Martha StrausBringing kids together with their parents, both in and out of the consulting room, is often easier said than done. As Martha Straus notes in this Webcast session on families, there are times when it’s useful to work with the whole family togetherand times when it’s better to see parents and children separately.

Ron Siegel

Esther PerelAs mindfulness practice is increasingly being integrated into psychotherapy, therapists too often have come to see it as a one-size-fits-all remedy. But, as Ron Siegel’s Symposium 2013 Workshop demonstrates, mindfulness practices actually include a range of tools that need to be customized for each patient.

Joan Klagsbrun

Joan KlagsbrunWhen clients get stuck in their emotions—reactive anger, overwhelming sadness, frantic worry—engaging them in a body-oriented felt sense of their experience can guide them toward healing, movement, and growth. In this Webcast Session, learn how to bring a new dimension of emotional exploration into your work.

Bruce Ecker

Bruce EckerCritics of attachment theory have raised concerns about therapists becoming too eager to arbitrarily trace every problematic behavior back to some early attachment injury. In this Webcast Session, Bruce Ecker acknowledges that attachment theory can’t address every clinical problem.

Danie Beaulieu

Danie BeaulieuAnxiety is the most common problem that clients bring into psychotherapy. This session from our Anxiety Webcast Series highlights the importance of bringing nonverbal, experiential methods into the consulting room. Expand your range of active, engaging, sensory-based interventions with anxious clients.