2020 Symposium Virtual Experience Nourishing the Soul of Psychotherapy, This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for therapists looking not only for clinical insight, but a forum in which…
Discover how to Offer Healing During These Unprecedented Times
Featuring keynotes and workshops from Esther Perel, Peter Levine, Bessel van der Kolk, Dan Siegel, Tara Brach, Sue Johnson, Janina Fisher, and Lori Gottlieb, and more! We’re experiencing a global mental health crisis beyond anything we’ve seen in our lifetime. Even after the COVID-19 pandemic passes, many will continue to suffer long-term PTSD symptoms. Clients need our help, and we need each other!
That’s why we’ve brought together the field’s leading innovators to discuss how we can offer healing (for ourselves and our clients) during these anxious times.
Register today and get access to exclusive online keynotes and workshops that were specifically designed to meet the challenges of this time … so you’ll know how to navigate the days ahead and offer your clients the deep healing they so badly need.
You’ll get lifetime access to these recordings, plus you’ll get our hand-selected Symposium workshop recordings that provide insight into some of today’s most effective approaches, including:
This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for therapists looking not only for clinical insight, but a forum in which to reflect on how we can help ourselves and our clients navigate difficult and uncertain times like these.
Symposium Keynote Presentations & Workshops
Facing a Pandemic with Radical Compassion (keynote address)
Tara Brach explores how the weave of mindfulness and compassion can undo our primitive, fear-based reactivity, reveal our mutual belonging, and awaken our hearts.
Bessel van der Kolk & Dan Siegel: Has Neuroscience Lived up to its Promise? (workshop session)
This session will feature a provocative, far-ranging dialogue about the impact of neuroscience on our field and whether or not it has increased the effectiveness of psychotherapy.
Peter Levine: The Body as Ally (keynote address)
In this address, Peter Levine will explore the development of Somatic Experiencing and how helping clients experience a living, “knowing” body as an ally can create a more vital and healing therapeutic experience.
Peter Levine: The Body as Healer — Working from the Bottom Up (workshop session)
Learn specific tools from Somatic Experiencing for reading clients’ physical and emotional cues, while using their natural instincts to heal and rebalance their physiology and inner feelings.
Esther Perel: The Therapist as Social Catalyst (keynote address)
Esther Perel will discuss what her experience has been working with couples since the quarantine times have begun, including what forms of therapy she has found to be effective, especially during times of crisis and disaster.
Janina Fisher: Hope for Treatment-Resistant Depression (workshop session)
Using interventions from Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, this workshop will introduce ways to help clients relate to their depressive symptoms mindfully, rather than identifying with them, and to manage physical symptoms through changes in posture, breath, and energy.
Sue Johnson: Emotionally Focused Therapy for Individuals (workshop session)
Emotionally Focused Therapy is a well-known approach to couples treatment. But how can it translate to work with individuals? This workshop introduces EFIT (Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy), which focuses on helping individual clients shape a robust and resilient sense of self.
Lori Gottlieb: When the Therapist Switches Seats (keynote address)
In this keynote, Lori Gottlieb shares selections from her NYT bestselling book Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, to discuss the importance of taking ownership of our stories in moving toward change. She’ll also talk about breaking the fourth wall, despite being a therapist, to reveal personal details of her experience as a patient.
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