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CC19 Workshop 05 - Gottman Method with Escalating and Avoidant Couples Continued - Carrie Cole, MED, LPC; Donald Cole, DMin, LPC, LMFT



Description:

Particular attention will be given to working with couples displaying two patterns of dysfunction: escalation and avoidance.

 

Educational Objectives:

  1. Assess dysfunctional conflict patterns in couples.
  2. Identify the “Four Horseman” and their destructive effect on couples.
  3. Identify “Diffuse Physiological Arousal (DPA)” and its negative effect on relationships.
  4. Describe how to use effective interventions with escalating couples to interrupt the “Four Horsemen” and DPA.
  5. Describe how to identify conflict avoidant couples.
  6. Describe how to increase positive conflict conversations with avoidant couples.

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


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Topic Areas:
Workshop
Bundles:
CC19 Main Conference Audio Bundle | CC19 Individual Selections
Category:
Couples Conference |  Couples Conference 2019
Faculty:
Carrie Cole |  Donald Cole
Format:
Audio Only
Original Program Date:
Apr 12, 2019
License:
Never expires.

Credits


A.P.A.

2.0 credits available.

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