Workshop 01 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990 - Rational Emotive Therapy (RET), featuring Albert Ellis, PhD.
The main principles and most popular techniques of rational-emotive therapy will be presented and discussed. There will be live demonstrations with volunteers from the audience.
Workshop 02 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990 - Treating Adolescent Psychoses.
Featuring Mara Selvini Palazzoli, MD, with co-faculty Dott. Matteo Selvini.
This workshop will discuss the need for integrating family therapy with individual treatment of the patient.
This workshop will demonstrate the clinical application of developmental, self and object relations theory to psychotherapy with borderline and narcissistic patients- both shorter and longer term. After brief orienting remarks by Dr. Masterson, the participants will present their clinical material for discussion. This material can vary from single interactions to vignettes to longer presentations. Particular attention will be paid to the role of therapeutic neutrality and countertransference.
Workshop 04 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990 - Fostering Depth in Client Self-Exploration, featuring James FT Bugental, PhD.
It is doubtful any lasting life-changes will result unless clients are able to access their own inner worlds with unusual depth. This workshop - using direct instruction, specific suggestions, and live demonstrations - teaches ways of working for rich inner discovery.
This workshop will underscore the need to go beyond AFFECT, BEHAVIOR, and COGNITION, and also assess client's IMAGERY, SENSATIONS, INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS, and BIOLOGICAL issues. By doing so, the result is a comprehensive and versatile framework for "leaving no stone unturned. ''
Hypnosis is a method of injunctive communication used to help patients elicit previously dormant potentials. The phenomenology of Ericksonian hypnosis will be developed through lecture, demonstration and practice exercises.
This workshop presents an overview of the search for maximizing health and well-being in everyday life from Charcot and Janet to Freud, Jung, and Erickson. Attendees will/earn practical therapeutic approaches that therapists can use on themselves as well as with their patients.
This workshop will offer concepts and demonstrations which will help therapists best pay attention to the transition points between now and next. A continuing sense of "sequential rightness" may sweep patients into open mindedness and to an increased range of otherwise inhibited therapeutic options.
This workshop centers around a videotaped conversation Dr. Szasz had with a young man diagnosed as "schizophrenic" at a major medical center. The conversation effectively demonstrates that "schizophrenia is in the eye of the beholder. "
Cloe Madanes will discuss love and violence in therapy and how to choose the therapeutic strategy best suited for a particular problem. She will present 25 strategies of therapy and illustrate with a videotape of her own work.