Resources for Recovering Resilience: How to Best Serve the Most Conflicted Couples

[An extraordinarily excellent opportunity for couples therapists wanting to work more skillfully with angry, hostile, and conflict-avoidant couples. From my colleagues Clinton Power and Juliet Austin of the Mind Body Training Institute:]

Couples therapy requires a different skill set than working with individuals. And when working with hostile or avoidant couples, it can be challenging, even for experienced practitioners.

Dr. Ellyn Bader from the Couples Institute in Menlo Park, CA is offering a 3-part live webinar series on working with hostile and conflict-avoidant couples. This training will help you become more skillful in working with even with the most challenging couples.

The training is called, Discover How to Treat High-Conflict and Conflict-Avoidant Couples with the Power of the Developmental Model.

Topics covered in this training include:
An Overview of the Developmental Model of Couples Therapy
The Developmental Stages in Couples Relationships
How to Work With Hostile Couples
What is Differentiation and Why It Matters in Healing Troubled Relationships
Recognize and Confront 5 Untenable Behaviors Used By Angry Partners
How to Recognize the 2 Types of Conflict Avoidant Couples
The Essential Core Principles of Treatment for Helping Avoidant Couples
In addition to the above, you’ll get 3 great bonuses, downloadable videos, audios and transcripts of the 3 live presentations along with worksheets and handouts.

Registration for this training is only available until June 20, midnight Pacific Time and there’s an early bird discount if you sign up before Midnight, Pacific Time, on June 17, so don’t hesitate to check it out.