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Faculty:
Robert Dilts, BA
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1:01:49
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 07 - Neurological Levels of Change in Brief Therapy - Robert Dilts Managing the process of change involves working with a number of levels of key factors. These factors include our environment (where and when we act), our behavior (what we do), our capabilities (how we think and plan), our values and beliefs (why we think and act the way we do), and our identity (who we perceive ourselves to be) and our sense of purpose (for whom and for what we dedicate ourselves). The presentation will explore the relevance of these different levels of influence to brief therapy and how they may be identified and addressed to help clients reach their therapeutic goals.
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Michael Yapko, PhD
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1:02:31
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 08 - Global Thinking and Bad Decisions: Why Clients Need Your Help Making Contextual Distinctions - Michael Yapko, PhD Conventional wisdom can guide us but also confuse us when seemingly good pieces of advice contradict each other (e.g., “Look before you leap…BUT he who hesitates is lost”). How can someone know when to do this rather than do that? How can we help clients make better decisions in order to improve the quality of their lives? The fields of cognitive neuroscience and phenomenology have offered us many insights into decision-making processes and some of these will be discussed as they apply to the context of active, short-term psychotherapies.
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Michael Yapko, PhD
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Master Degree or Higher in Health-Related Field
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1:02:31
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Original Program Date:
Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 08 - Global Thinking and Bad Decisions: Why Clients Need Your Help Making Contextual Distinctions - Michael Yapko, PhD Conventional wisdom can guide us but also confuse us when seemingly good pieces of advice contradict each other (e.g., “Look before you leap…BUT he who hesitates is lost”). How can someone know when to do this rather than do that? How can we help clients make better decisions in order to improve the quality of their lives? The fields of cognitive neuroscience and phenomenology have offered us many insights into decision-making processes and some of these will be discussed as they apply to the context of active, short-term psychotherapies.
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Speeches |  Children and Adolescent Therapy |  Creativity
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Faculty:
Lynn Lyons, LICSW
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Master Degree or Higher in Health-Related Field
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1:02:45
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 09 - My Dos and Don'ts of Working with Children: The Union of Creativity and Problem Solving - Lynn Lyons, MSW We don't often think of creativity and problem solving as equal partners in therapy with children. But when struggling families arrive at your office, it is the immediate blending of these two components that allows you and the family to move quickly from overwhelmed to engaged, confused to targeted. Based on 29 years of successes and failures, this speech will offer ideas to immediately connect with families, help them untangle the tired messiness they often arrive with, and create active interventions that build momentum, create new patterns, and offer hope.
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BT18 Speech 09 - My Dos and Don'ts of Working with Children: The Union of Creativity and Problem Solving - Lynn Lyons, MSW We don't often think of creativity and problem solving as equal partners in therapy with children. But when struggling families arrive at your office, it is the immediate blending of these two components that allows you and the family to move quickly from overwhelmed to engaged, confused to targeted. Based on 29 years of successes and failures, this speech will offer ideas to immediately connect with families, help them untangle the tired messiness they often arrive with, and create active interventions that build momentum, create new patterns, and offer hope.
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Faculty:
Camillo Loriedo, MD, PhD
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1:00:42
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 10 - Brief Therapy of Traumatic Dissociative States - Camillo Loriedo, MD, PhD Dissociative hypnotic intervention demonstrated to be very useful in treating pain, anxiety disorders and many other conditions. But hypnosis can as well reactivate the natural mind processes, contributing to reconnect different parts (distinct modes of information processing) into a functional and unified self, particularly after traumatic experiences. Rapport, the special relationship that produces intense interpersonal links and connections, as well as profound disconnections with non-hypnotic reality, can be considered a crucial factor of brief therapeutic approach to dissociative conditions and trauma. How to use rapport as well as other new specific therapeutic interventions to reestablish the natural integrative links in a dissociative mind and relationship will be outlined in this presentation.
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Faculty:
Elliott Connie, MA, LPC
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59:30
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 11 - No Problem: The Key Thing Most Clinicians Get Wrong About SFBT and How to Get It Right! - Elliott Connie, MA The Solution Focused Approach is a widely accepted way of conducted psychotherapy sessions. Over the past 40 years this approach has come to be known for its brevity, pragmatism and positive stance. However, many inaccurate myths about this approach exist which impact many clinicians' ability to understand, and subsequently use, this approach. There is one misunderstanding that stands above all others, and this workshop will directly address this common misunderstanding while showing to not succumb to this idea and how to follow the true essence of Solution Focused work.
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Faculty:
Stephen Gilligan, PhD
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1:01:12
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 12 - The Primacy of Creativity in Effective Psychotherapy - Stephen Gilligan, PhD Therapy is successful when clients are able to experience significantly changed realities. While the identification and transformation of symptoms is important in this regard, the activation of the client's creative capacity to make positive changes is even more important. This paper will explore how the 6-step model of Generative Psychotherapy provides a disciplined yet flexible process for helping clients claim and use their agency for creative change.
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Faculty:
Stephen Gilligan, PhD
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Duration:
1:01:12
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 12 - The Primacy of Creativity in Effective Psychotherapy - Stephen Gilligan, PhD Therapy is successful when clients are able to experience significantly changed realities. While the identification and transformation of symptoms is important in this regard, the activation of the client's creative capacity to make positive changes is even more important. This paper will explore how the 6-step model of Generative Psychotherapy provides a disciplined yet flexible process for helping clients claim and use their agency for creative change.
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Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT
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Dec 09, 2018
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BT18 Speech 13 - Couple Therapy: Shared Principles of Governance - Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT This one-hour speech focuses on what all couple therapists should at least consider: social justice and fairness agreements between partners. The human primate is warlike, self-centered, mostly automatic, and given to flights of fancy, moodiness, and other unpredictable feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Thus, the social science predicate of civilization dictates that, to hold human beings accountable, there must be agreements between individuals that protect them from one another. Shared principles of governance points to the matter of partners governing each other and everyone else as the couple is the smallest unit of a society. Principles are hierarchically more personal and self-governing than rules or laws. In other words, principles speak to character.
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