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In this course, Dr. Burns will show how you can use CIT to treat clients with a wide range of relationship conflicts
Participants will be able to describe:
- The differences between Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy (CIT)
- How to deal with individuals who resist intimacy, sabotage therapy, and blame others for their problems
- How to track therapeutic progress and monitor the quality of the therapeutic alliance at every session
- How to resolve your own relationship problems--with patients, colleagues, or family members
- How to help individuals or couples with troubled relationships
- What's Wrong with Current Treatments for Relationship Problems?
- The Dark Side of Human Nature - Do We Secretly Love to Hate?
- Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy (CIT)
Setting up the Intervention
- Interpersonal Decision-Making
- The Price of Intimacy
- The Relationship Journal
- The EAR Checklist: Good versus Bad Communication
- Who's Really Causing the Problem?
- The Five Secrets of Effective Communication
Live Demonstration—Healing Yourself
Resistance Revisited—12 Good Reasons
- Not to Listen
- Not to Express Your Feelings
- Not to Treat the Other Person with Respect
- The Interpersonal Downward Arrow - Psychoanalysis at Warp Speed
Making Therapists and Clients Accountable
- How to Track Therapeutic Progress and Monitor the Therapeutic Alliance
Helping Troubled Couples
- The Relationship "Probe"
- The One-Minute Drill
Helping Troubled Couples (Cont’d)
- The Don Baucom Technique
- Integrating CIT with Spirituality