October 26, 2014 | 12:00am CDT
The Therapeutic Relationship: How Movement & Connection Drive Effective Therapy Results
With Susan Wolfson, L.C.S.W., C.A.A.D.C.
Many, if not most, problems or concerns that people have when they seek therapy fall into the broad category of feeling stuck and/or isolated. The answer, then to these problems, is movement and connection. In this webinar I will talk about how clinicians are able to speed up the process of eliminating disturbing emotions by using mindfulness meditation and other forms of heightened awareness. If, as Dan Siegel has proposed, optimal health may be defined as FACES (flexible, adaptive, coherent, energized and stable), then the therapeutic techniques which aim toward movement and connection and help to establish a lasting clarity and focus, are vital to the therapeutic process.
Don't miss out on the next webinar. Join our email list!
Want to present a webinar?
Presenting helps you create awareness about current treatment techniques and new approaches, in addition to teaching others how to apply treatment methods to a specific population.
You’ll also gain exposure to a broader audience through a digital platform and receive recognition as an expert in your field. Your presentation benefits everyone involved.
- From Public Health To Addiction Treatment: Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy (IHRP) for…
- Demographics, Trends, and Assessment of the LGBTQ+ Population
- The Top 10 Tools for DIY Pain Management
- Why Affirmative Treatment is an Imperative Component When Helping Your LGBTQ+ Clients…
- The Role of Self in Psychotherapy: The Power of Vulnerability