All orders include the entire presentation with handouts and a CE test.
Streaming videos and audio downloads will be available immediately after checkout
Mailed CD and DVD formats include the printed handouts and CE test in an attractive portfolio
Vintage courses do not offer ASWB ACE credit to social workers
participants will be able to:
- Use the attachment relationship as a crucible of therapeutic change
- Shape interventions to fit patients? attachment needs
- Recognize and work with the collusions and collisions that arise where the attachment patterns of therapist and patient intersect
- Turn these potential obstacles into opportunities for growth and healing
- Work with the body to reach and regulate patients? emotions
- Use evocations, enactments, and embodiments to access and integrate dissociated experience
- Cultivate mindfulness and ?mentalizing:? the double helix of psychological liberation.
How Attachment Relationships Shape the Self
- In Childhood
- In Psychotherapy
The Patient?s Attachment Patterns and The Therapist?s Interventions
- The Impact of the Therapist?s Attachment Patterns
- The Dismissing Patient: From Isolation to Intimacy
- The Preoccupied Patient: Making Room for a Mind of One?s Own
- The Unresolved Patient: Healing the Wounds of Trauma and Loss
Accessing Nonverbal Experience and the Domain of the Dissociated
- Working with Evocations, Enactments, and the Body
Upgrading the Stance Toward Experience
- Embeddedness: When Feelings are Facts, When ?Pretend? is ?Real?
- Mentalizing: Reflecting on Mental States
- Mindfulness: The Present Moment and the Awareness of Awareness
Why Focus on the Therapist?
- The Myth of the ?All Good? Therapist
- The Therapist?s Attachment History as Resistance and Resource
- Trauma and the Therapist
The Attachment Patterns of Therapist and Patient Interact
- Mismatches, Collusions, Collisions
Identifying the Therapist?s Attachment Patterns 8) Mindfulness in Action