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CC19 Workshop 01 - Introduction to the Developmental Model of Couples Therapy - Ellyn Bader, PhD



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Join Ellyn Bader as she provides a solid introduction to The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy. This model enables you to make a targeted assessment of what’s wrong and then select stage-specific interventions based on the developmental capacities your clients are lacking. Learn to move your clients from hurt, bitterness and outrage to collaboration, openness and increased accountability. Ellyn will use video demos and transcripts to reveal the power of this model.

 

Educational Objectives:

  1. Integrate Attachment and Differentiation Theory and Apply these to Couples Development.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of basic neuroscience to explain couples fight patterns.
  3. Diagnose the couples stage of development.
  4. Define differentiation and demonstrate why it matters.
  5. Control and contain conflict in your office.
  6. Develop targeted treatment plans for hostile/fighting couples and conflict avoiding couples.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentaility*


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Topic Areas:
Workshop
Bundles:
CC19 Main Conference Video Bundle | CC19 Individual Selections
Category:
Couples Conference |  Couples Conference 2019
Faculty:
Ellyn Bader
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Apr 12, 2019
License:
Never expires.

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Ellyn Bader, PhD, is a founder and director of The Couples Institute in Menlo Park, California. As a clinical psychologist, workshop leader, author, and speaker, she is dedicated to helping couples create extraordinary relationships. Over the past 30 years she has trained therapists in couples therapy throughout the United States as well as Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia. She served as a Clinical Faculty in Stanford University School of Medicine for 8 years.


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