Retiring the Inner Critic: How to end negative self-talk in clients and ourselvesNScience London, England, Online Webinar
We all need to deal with varying levels of adversity and disruption in our lives which can negatively affect our well-being. Self-blame, negative self-talk, endless pummelling by our inner critic and the relentless self-shaming that can go on in the minds of our clients can effectively derail their capacity to cope and thwart their trust […]
Cultivating a Resilience MindsetThe Resilience Initiative Australia, Online Webinar
Linda explores cultivating a resilience mindset in this virtual summit with other resilience experts offering powerful strategies to help people face challenges, overcome adversity, and thrive in a stressful world.
Cultivating a Resilience Mindset: Rewiring Old Patterns for New GrowthPsychotherapy Networker Symposium Washington, D.C.
When overwhelming anxiety or loss leaves your clients feeling stressed or worse—traumatized—there’s a way not only to help them bounce back, but bounce forward. Recent discoveries in neuroscience have given us specific tools to facilitate post-traumatic growth, allowing clients to engage with virtually any challenge as an opportunity. In the process, clients can change old coping patterns, […]
Retiring the Inner Critic: Ending the Flood of Shaming Self-TalkPsychotherapy Networker Symposium Washington, D.C.
Our clients work hard to bounce back from stress and reverse the impacts of trauma, only to have those efforts derailed time and time again by relentless negative self-talk, corrosive inner shaming-blaming, and the endless pummeling of a harsh inner critic. Fortunately, therapists can learn to empower clients to rewire the neural circuity of those […]
Cultivating Resilience and Well-Being through Conscious, Compassionate ConnectionSociety for the Integration of Spirituality and Psychotherapy Atlanta, Georgia, Online Webinar
Clinicians learn many practices of mindful empathy and an ABC model of aware-allow-accept, be with and be-friend, compassion-care-curiosity that allows clients to discern their options and make the wise choices that allow them to skillfully engage with themselves, with others, with the larger world. Society for the Integration of Spirituality and Psychotherapy
The Resilience Mindset: Learning and Growing through Disappointment, Difficulty, even DisasterProfessional Counsellors and Psychotherapy Seminars Ireland Online Webinar series
Dealing effectively with challenges and crises is the core of resilience and well-being. Helping clients develop flexible and adaptive strategies for coping with everyday disappointments, existential dread, and extraordinary disasters is the heart of the therapeutic process. Helping clients harness the brain’s processes of change to rewire coping strategies that are defensive, dysfunctional, and blocking […]
Resilience and the Therapist as an Attachment Figure: How we can help our clients recover their Inner Resilience and Well-Being through conscious, compassionate connectionNScience London, England, Online Webinar
Resilience is learned from experience. Early attachment relationships catalyze (or de-rail) the development of 3 R’s of resilience. As a re-parenting figure, regardless of theoretical orientation or therapeutic modality, the therapist plays a central role in catalyzing the recovery of brain functioning when patterns of coping have become dysfunctional, even “stuck” or maladaptive. Register Here
Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty, and Disaster: The Resilience MindsetKripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Stockbridge, MA
Learn to recover emotional equilibrium and cultivate a resilience mindset to deal with any stress or uncertainty in your life, to bounce back from any adversity thrown your way.
Cultivating a Resilience Mindset: Transforming Any Adversity into Learning and GrowthOntario Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
When overwhelming anxiety or loss leaves your clients feeling stressed or worse—traumatized—there’s a way not only to help them bounce back, but bounce forward. Recent discoveries in neuroscience have given us specific tools to facilitate post-traumatic growth, allowing clients to engage with virtually any challenge as an opportunity.
The Resilience Mindset: The Neuroscience of Coping with Disappointment, Difficulty, even DisasterCape Cod Institute Cape Cod, MA
Helping clients develop flexible and adaptive strategies for coping with everyday disappointments, existential dread, and extraordinary disasters is the heart of the therapeutic process. Clinicians will learn through didactics, experiential exercises, and group discussions, which tools and techniques of brain change best help clients reverse the impact of stress and trauma, come out of anxiety, […]