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In 2009, Roger and Joanne Callahan brought their brilliant workshop Introduction to Thought Field Therapy to London for the first time
“Let me tell you–enrolling in this course is the best investment I made. It was worth every cent and more!”
Gain strategies for treating escalating, volatile, disengaged, shut down, sabotaging and resistant couples
Now significantly revised with over 70% new material, this is the authoritative presentation of Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy
Bessel Van Der Kolk – Trauma Interview Series: Pat Ogden, Ph.D., Pioneer in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
You will hear how Dr. van der Kolk learned from her work and why he credits her for setting his direction in his research and formed him as a trauma clinician.
Bessel van der Kolk – Interview Series Onno van der Hart, Ph.D. world-renowned expert on treating dissociative disorders
Critique the DSM’s categorization of PTSD as an anxiety disorder versus Dissociative Identity Order.
The presenter will introduce a powerful, integrative therapy model that combines:
painful clicking, popping or grating in the jaw joint when opening or closing the mouth,
Incorporating self-care, opposite action and building positive experience
Shane Malecha – Therapeutic Strategies for Degenerative Joint Disease: Overcoming Pain and Improving Function
Identify strategies to share with patients to optimally prevent or delay changes in arthritis.
Richard Schwartz and Frank Anderson – Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Addiction and More
Learn how IFS therapy can maximize clients ‘ potential for self-healing and compassion
Don Meichenbaum – Presents: 2 Day Intensive Workshop: Treating Trauma Through the Integration of CBT and Constructive Narrative Therapy
Take home checklists: Patient treatment, 12 Step AA, SMART Recovery, Recovery Strategies
This workshop focuses on the art of working with a child. Using the “10 core elements of good sensory interventions” as our guide
Basically this book contains neither exercises or advices. Nevertheless,
Since its beginnings in the 1950s, the person-centred approach to therapy has developed in many ways