Research indicates the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic interventions, but some psychotherapists constantly achieve better treatment outcomes and lasting changes. What do these “expert” therapists do and not do to achieve these positive results?
Describe why not all relationship conflict is the same, and why some conflicts require the therapist to be an existential psychologist.
Describe why it is so vital for therapists to measure physiology in couples’ therapy.
Describe what Gottman sound relationship house theory and Gottman method couples therapy offers in the following domains: (1) friendship and intimacy, (2) conflict management, (3) shared meaning, (4) trust, and (5) commitment.
Third generation NLP is generative, systemic and focused on high level issues such as identity and purpose. It emphasizes whole system change and can be applied to organizations and cultures as well as to individuals, families and teams. It expands upon the previous generations of NLP to include tools and skills for supporting multiple levels of change. This conversation will focus on how these methods can enhance therapy and coaching.
Dr. Burns will describe his personal evolution from biological psychiatry during his psychiatric residency to cognitive behavior therapy, and then to the new TEAM-CBT, which he has recently developed. TEAM-CBT aims for extremely high-speed treatment using innovative cognitive and motivational (resistance-busting) techniques. He will invite questions from audience participants.