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Patient complexity makes treatment more difficult and challenging even for the most seasoned therapist. Therefore, being able to identify and handle the barriers that could hurt you and your patient’s treatment efforts is a critical element in providing an effective course of therapy. ISTDP was developed through many years of video-based research and has helped many therapists learn how to detect and handle patient barriers even with complex cases. This workshop will present video-based examples of treatment using ISTDP principles…Find out more »
ISTDP (Sydney) 2018 Conference, Novotel Central, Sydney, Australia with Dr MARTIN DORAHY, BERNIE McCARTHY, DR STEPHEN ARTHEY & DR HENRY LUIKER In the last decade, the sophisticated science-based understanding of the emotional mind/brain in treatment, emerging from the work of Allan Schore, Daniel Hill, Efrat Ginot and many others, has allowed the identification of “core” aspects of psychodynamic theory. These “core” aspects pertain not only to the negative sequelae of attachment disturbance on psychological symptoms and our capacity for relationships…Find out more »
Zentensive Workshop and Retreats are for those who feel drawn to exploring the rich intersection of meditation and Western psychology. They offer advanced levels of training for mental health professionals interested in accessing deeper unconscious patterns, as well as for dharma practitioners who may wish to discover a greater understanding of the more hidden dimensions of the psyche. These trainings take advantage of the natural deepening and openness that comes about as the mind quiets down – and merges this inner…Find out more »
The transformative power of emotion-focused therapy will be described at this 1-day symposium.Find out more »