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					      7/21/2011                                    2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   1


   Day         Date       Time   CEs    ##                                        Title
Wednesday   3/23/2011   9:30AM    6.5 A100   The Hero's Journey - Part 1
   Day         Date       Time   CEs    ##                                         Title
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 B100   The Hero's Journey - Part 2
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 101    Attuned Eating - Making Peace with Food
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 102    In the Zone - How to Achieve Peak Performance
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 103    Editing Your Life - How to Break the Time = Money Equation
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 104    Drawing the Human Figure
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 105    The Joy of Dance
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 106    Brain to Brain - Learning the Neurobiological Waltz
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 107    Finding Your Writing Voice
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 108    The Power of Play
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 109    Renewing Spiritual Growth
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 110    Spaces Within, Spaces Without - Understanding the Language of Feng Shui
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 111    Envisioning the Life You Want
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 112    The Singer Within
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 113    Energy Psychology in Action
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 114    The Secrets of Successful Public Speaking
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 115    Spacious Mind - From Ordinary Awareness to Awareness of Infinite Being
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 116    A Day of Gentle Yoga & Meditative Self-Inquiry
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 117    Experiencing Nature through Photography
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 118    A Day of Qigong
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 119    How to Overcome Compassion Fatigue
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 120    Awakening the Creative Body and Mind
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 121    Embracing a Hidden Dimension of Awareness
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 122    Neuroscience and the Art of Self-Care
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 123    Learning Ethics Can Be Fun
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 124    A Day for Beginning Therapists
Thursday    3/24/2011   9:30AM      7 125    The Ten Best Ever Depression Management Techniques
Thursday    3/24/2011   8:00PM      1        Dancing with Your Brain




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          7/21/2011                                 2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   2


    Day         Date        Time CEs  ##                                         Title
Friday        3/25/2011   9:00AM   1 001 Keynote: Cyber Intimacy and Cyber Solitude
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 201 Part 1: Treating PTSD and Complex PTSD
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 202 Part 1: Focusing Clients in an Age of Distraction
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 203 Part 1: Racial Issues Inside and Outside Therapeutic Practice
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 204 Part 1: Eating Disorders in Traumatized Clients
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 205 Part 1: Paper-Tiger Paranoia - Transforming the Fearful Brain
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 206 Part 1: Kids Skills - Engaging Children in Treatment
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 207 Part 1: A Guide to Mind-Body Wellness
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 208 Part 1: Putting Positive Psychology into Practice
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 209 Part l: The Power of Neuroplasticity
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 210 Part l: Therapy as a Wisdom Tradition
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 211 Part l: New Rules for 21st Century Marriage
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 212 Part l: Exploring Boundaries and Self-Disclosure
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 213 Part l: Integrating Breathing Techniques into Psychotherapy
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 214 Part l: Beyond the Tug of War - Techniques for Resolving Resistance
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 215 Part l: Embracing Your Inner Milton Erickson
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 216 How the Digital Revolution is Changing Therapy
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 217 Thinking Thinner - Using CBT for Permanent Weight Loss
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 218 The Immigrant's Odyssey
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 219 Crossing the Bridge - Helping Partners Visit Each Other's World
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 220 Transforming Self-Limiting Beliefs
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 221 The New Monogamy
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 222 What Clinicians Should Know about Combat Veterans
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 223 Mastering the Tools of Tomorrow - How to Suceed in Cyberworld
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 224 In Praise of Differentiation
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 225 After the Affair - Helping Couples Heal
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 226 Strengthening Inner-City Families - Enriched Structural Family Therapy
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 227 Lifelong Eroticism - A New Model for Couples Sexuality
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 228 Between Pink and Blue - Exploring Gender Fluidity
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 229 The Self-Harming Adolescent
Friday        3/25/2011   11:00AM  2 230 Helping Men to Connect
Friday        3/25/2011   1:15PM   1 004 Luncheon Address: Technology and the Future of Psychotherapy
Friday        3/25/2011   1:30PM   1     Educational Video:
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 301 Part 2: Treating PTSD and Complex PTSD
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00AM   2 302 Part 2: Focusing Clients in an Age of Distraction
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 303 Part 2: Racial Issues Inside and Outside Therapeutic Practice
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 304 Part 2: Eating Disorders in Traumatized Clients
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 305 Part 2: Paper-Tiger Paranoia - Transforming the Fearful Brain
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 306 Part 2: Kids Skills - Engaging Children in Treatment
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 307 Part 2: A Guide to Mind-Body Wellness
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 308 Part 2: Putting Positive Psychology into Practice
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 309 Part 2: The Power of Neuroplasticity
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 310 Part 2: Therapy as a Wisdom Tradition
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 311 Part 2: New Rules for 21st Century Marriage
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 312 Part 2: Exploring Boundaries and Self-Disclosure
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 313 Part 2: Integrating Breathing Techniques into Psychotherapy
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 314 Part 2: Beyond the Tug of War - Techniques for Resolving Resistance
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 315 Part 2: Embracing Your Inner Milton Erickson
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 316 Becoming a Better Therapist - A Roadmap to Professional Development
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 317 Beyond a Shadow of a Diet - Empowering Clients through Attuned Eating
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 318 Treating the Borderline Client
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 319 Talking Cure - The Art and Science of Therapeutic Conversation
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 320 Affairs - A Step-by-Step Approach for Recovery
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 321 Leaving the Nest? The "Bungee Family" as the New Normal
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 322 Treating the Interracial Couple
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 323 Treating Complex Trauma in Children - A Contextual Approach
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 324 Helping Couples with Different Divorce Agendas
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 325 Business as UnUsual - The Art of Possibility Meets Corporate Consulting
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 326 To Tell or Not to Tell? Disclosure in the Treatment of Affairs
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 327 The Therapeutic Use of Yoga
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 328 Depathologizing Porn - When Is It an Addiction?
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 329 Coaching Clients toward Economic Recovery
Friday        3/25/2011   3:00PM   2 330 An Empirically-Based Approach with Troubled Teens and their Families
Friday        3/25/2011   5:30PM   1     Educational Video:
Friday        3/25/2011   7:00PM   1 005 Dinner Address: The Art of the Interview
Friday        3/25/2011   7:30PM   1     Networker Writer's Cabaret - Readings and Discussion




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           7/21/2011                                2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   3


    Day          Date        Time CEs  ##                                         Title
Saturday       3/26/2011   9:00AM   1 002 Keynote: The Courage to Create - Poetry in the Age of Technology
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 401 Part 1: Creating a Beautiful Mind
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 402 Part l: Enhancing the Power of the Therapeutic Process
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 403 Part l: A Day in the Life - Therapy That Fits the New Facts of Adolescence
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 404 Part l: Rethinking PTSD - A Blueprint for Treating Complex PTSD
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 405 Part l: A New Technology for Couples Therapy
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 406 Part l: The Healing Self - Internal Family Systems in Action
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 407 Part l: In Treatment & the Ethical Challenges of Practice
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 408 Part l: Working with Emotion in Couples Therapy
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 409 Part l: Shame-O-Phobia - The Terrible Secret of Male Shame
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 410 Part l: The Art of Mindful Listening
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 411 Part l: Using the Arts to Awaken Clients from Their Trance
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 412 Part l: Changing the Narrative - The Psychotherapy of EMDR
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 413 Part l: Lessons of Loss - Rewriting Stories of Bereavement
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 414 Part l: Speaking the Language of the Unconscious
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 415 The Gendered Brain in the Consulting Room
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 416 The Therapeutic Applications of Performance Psychology
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 417 It Takes a Community - A Public Health Approach to War Trauma
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 418 Preventing Addiction Relapse
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 419 Demystifying Adult AD/HD
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 420 The Future of Online Therapy
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 421 Power of Persuasion - Social Psychology in the Consulting Room
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 422 Erotic Logic - Understanding the Origin & Meaning of Sexual Practices
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 423 Trauma that Has No Name - Working with Early-Attachment Issues
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 424 The SomaSoul Process - Engaging the Body's "Voice" in Therapy
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 425 The Gift of Time - Approaching Retirement and Beyond
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 426 Collaborative Brief Therapy with Children
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 427 Eye Movement Integration Therapy - A Neurotherapeutic Approach
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 428 Gender and Depression - Different Manifestations, Different Treatments
Saturday       3/26/2011   11:00AM  2 429 Working with Self-Harming Adolescents and Adults
Saturday       3/26/2011   1:15PM   1 006 LuncheonAddress: Gender and the Brain - How Men's & Women's Brains Differ
Saturday       3/26/2011   1:30PM   1     Educational Video:
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 501 Part 2: Creating a Beautiful Mind
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 502 Part 2: Enhancing the Power of the Therapeutic Process
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 503 Part 2: A Day in the Life - Therapy That Fits the New Facts of Adolescence
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 504 Part 2: Rethinking PTSD - A Blueprint for Treating Complex PTSD
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 505 Part 2: A New Technology for Couples Therapy
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 506 Part 2: The Healing Self - Internal Family Systems in Action
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 507 Part 2: In Treatment & the Ethical Challenges of Practice
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 508 Part 2: Working with Emotion in Couples Therapy
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 509 Part 2: Shame-O-Phobia - The Terrible Secret of Male Shame
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 510 Part 2: The Art of Mindful Listening
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 511 Part 2: Using the Arts to Awaken Clients from Their Trance
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 512 Part 2: Changing the Narrative - The Psychotherapy of EMDR
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 513 Part 2: Lessons of Loss - Rewriting Stories of Bereavement
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 514 Part 2: Speaking the Language of the Unconscious
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 515 Couples Therapy Today and Tomorrow - Where We've Been…
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 516 In Love & War - Conflicted Loyalties of Returning Warriors
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 517 The Creative Client
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 518 Helping Families Face Serious Illness
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 519 From "Trauma Mind" to Mindfulness - Helping Clients Shift States
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 520 Treating Straight & Gay Couples - What's the Difference?
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 521 Helping Blended Families Thrive - Working with Stepfamily Relationships
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 522 After the Affair - Promoting Sexual Recovery
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 523 The School-Savvy Therapist
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 524 Creating a Referral-Generating Website
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 525 When Love Isn't Enough - Treating Foster & Adoptive Families
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 526 Worried Mind, Worried Body - An Integrative Approach for GAD
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 527 The Fantasy Bond - Confronting the Illusion of Connection
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 528 Dangerous Transitions - The Legacy of Complex Trauma in Young Adults
Saturday       3/26/2011   3:00PM   2 529 Knocking on Heaven's Door - The New Art of Dying
Saturday       3/26/2011   5:30PM   1     Educational Video:
Saturday       3/26/2011   7:00PM   1 007 Dinner Address: Race Diversity in the New America
Saturday       3/26/2011   7:30PM   1     Special Video Program:
Saturday       3/26/2011   7:30PM   1     Special Literary Program:




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         7/21/2011                                 2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   4


   Day         Date        Time CEs  ##                                         Title
Sunday       3/27/2011   9:00AM   1 003 Keynote: The New Science of Trust
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 601 The Attunded Couple - The Art of Being There for Each Other
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 602 Brain-Savvy Therapist - A Practical Guide to Neurobiology
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 603 In Pursuit of Excellence - Six Principles for Effective Practice
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 604 The Loneliness Epidemic - What Does Therapy Have to Offer?
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 605 A Therapist & Client Walk into a Bar… Integrating Humor in Psychotherapy
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 606 The Anxious Brain
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 607 Mindfulness for Pain Control
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 608 Love and Gender - The Biology of couples' Conflicts
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 609 The Case for Energy Psychology
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 610 The Anger-Go-Round - Defusing High-conflict Relationships
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 611 Family Reconstruction - Embracing a Multigenerational Perspective
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 612 The Many Faces of Dissociation
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 613 Intimacy in the Age of Overwhelm - Helping Partners Get Back in Sync
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 614 The New Grief - Modern Medicine, Death, and Mourning
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 615 Brainspotting - Processing Trauma and Enhancing Performance
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 616 Countertransference Revisited - How Mindfulness Can Keep You on Track
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 617 The Enneagram as a Clinical Tool - How to Quickly Assess Clients & Their Needs
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 618 Close Encounters of the Financial Kind - Leading a More Money-Savvy Life
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 619 Hold Me Tight - A New Approach to Intervening with Couples
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 620 Finding Your Therapeutic Voice
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 621 The Future of Private Practice - Navigating Good Times and Bad
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 622 New Maps for Professional Development - Expanding Your Career Horizons
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 623 Bringing Mind-Body Medicine into Your Practice
Sunday       3/27/2011   10:30AM  4 624 Making It as a Coach - How to Develop a Game Plan




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        7/21/2011                                   2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   5


                           Presenter
Robert Dilts and Deborah Bacon Dilts
                           Presenter
Robert Dilts and Deborah Bacon Dilts
Judith Matz, L.C.S.W. and Ellen Frankel, L.C.S.W.
Eddie O'Connor, Ph.D.
Bill O'Hanlon, M.S.
Rosamund Zander, L.I.C.S.W
Richard Gonzalez, M.A.
Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
Dennis Palumbo, M.A., M.F.T.
Robert Schwarz, Psy.D. and Elaine Braff, M.P.S.
Richard Brown, M.D. and Patricia Gerbarg, M.D.
Katherine Morris, Ph.D.
Leslie Cotter, M.D.
Dana LaCroix, M.A.
Dawson Church, Ph.D.
Jennifer Hamady, M.A.
Rudy Bauer, Ph.D.
Amy Weintraub, M.F.A., ERYT500
Dick Anderson, M.A.
Patrick Dougherty, M.A.
Mary Jo Barrett, M.S.W.
Dan Leven, R.S.M.T.
Richard Moss, M.D.
Linda Graham, M.F.T.
Clifton Mitchell, Ph.D.
Lynn Grodzki, L.C.S.W.
Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D.
Daniel Leven, R.S.M.T., Rick Hanson, Ph.D.




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         7/21/2011                                        2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   6


                            Presenter
Sherry Turkle, Ph.D.
Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D.
Danie Beaulieu, Ph.D.
Kenneth V. Hardy, Ph.D.
Lisa Ferentz, L.C.S.W.-C., D.A.P.A.
Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
Ben Furman, M.D.
Robert Hedays, M.D.
Bill O'Hanlon, M.S.
Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
Christopher Germer, Ph.D.
Terry Real, L.I.C.S.W.
Wendy Behary, L.C.S.W.
Richard Brown, M.D. & Patricia Gerbarg, M.D.
Clifton Mitchell, Ph.D.
Stephen Guilligan, Ph.D.
Sherry Turkle, Ph.D.
Judith Beck, Ph.D.
Priska Imberti, L.C.S.W.
Jette Simon, Lic.
Robert Dilts
Tammy Nelson, Ph.D.
Alison Lighthall, R.N., M.S.N
Ruth Buczynski, Ph.D.
David Schnarch, Ph.D.
Janis Abrahms Spring, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
Ross Ford, L.C.S.W.-C, Alford Laws, Jr., M.A.
Barry McCarthy, Ph.D.
Jean Malpas, L.M.F.T., L.M.H.C.
Matthew Selekman, M.S.W.
Patrick Dougherty, M.A., L.P.
Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D.

Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D.
Danie Beaulieu, Ph.D.
Kenneth V. Hardy, Ph.D.
Lisa Ferentz, L.C.S.W.-C., D.A.P.A.
Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
Ben Furman, M.D.
Robert Hedays, M.D.
Bill O'Hanlon, M.S.
Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
Christopher Germer, Ph.D.
Terry Real, L.I.C.S.W.
Wendy Behary, L.C.S.W.
Richard Brown, M.D. & Patricia Gerbarg, M.D.
Clifton Mitchell, Ph.D.
Stephen Guilligan, Ph.D.
Barry Duncan, Psy.D.
Judith Matz, L.C.S.W.
Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.
Ron Taffel, Ph.D.
Michele Weiner-Davis, M.S.W.
Martha Straus, Ph.D.
D.Chatman-Finley, LPC; K.Herrera, LCSW; G.Perez, LCSW, S.Tazuko,Ph.D.
Mary Jo Barrett, M.S.W.
William Doherty, Ph.D.
Rosamund Zander, L.I.C.S.W
Michele Scheinkman, L.C.S.W.
Amy Weintraub, M.F.A., ERYT500
Joe Kort, Ph.D., Tammy Nelson, Ph.D.
Romon Rojano, M.D., M.F.T., M.P.H.
Thomas Sexton, Ph.D.

Dick Cavett, M.A.




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          7/21/2011                                        2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   7


                              Presenter
David Whyte, Ph.D.
David Whyte, Ph.D.
Diana Fosha, Ph.D.
Ron Taffel, Ph.D.
Mary Jo Barrett, M.S.W.
Stan Tatkin, Psy.D.
Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.
William Doherty, Ph.D.
Susan Johnson, Ed.D.
David Wexler, Ph.D.
Ronald Siegel, Psy.D.
Jeffrey Zeig, Ph.D., Lilian borges Zeig, M.A., L.P.C.
Deany Laliotis, L.I.C.S.W.
Robert Neimeyer, Ph.D.
Rob Fisher, L.M.F.T.
Louann Brizendine, M.D.
Charlie Brown, Ph.D.
Laurie Leitch, Ph.D. & Elaine Miller-Karas, L.C.S.W.
G. Alan Marlatt, Ph.D.
Gina Pera, M.A.
DeeAnna Nagel, L.P.C., D.C.C.
Bill O'Hanlon, M.S.
Joe Kort, Ph.D.
Marion Solomon, Ph.D.
Daniel Leven, R.S.M.T.
Gus Napier, Ph.D.
Matthew Selekman, M.S.W.
Danie Beaulieu, Ph.D.
Holly Sweet, Ph.D.
Lisa Ferentz, L.C.S.W.-C., D.A.P.A.
Louann Brizendine, M.D.

David Whyte, Ph.D.
Diana Fosha, Ph.D.
Ron Taffel, Ph.D.
Mary Jo Barrett, M.S.W.
Stan Tatkin, Psy.D.
Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.
William Doherty, Ph.D.
Susan Johnson, Ed.D.
David Wexler, Ph.D.
Ronald Siegel, Psy.D.
Jeffrey Zeig, Ph.D., Lilian borges Zeig, M.A., L.P.C.
Deany Laliotis, L.I.C.S.W.
Robert Neimeyer, Ph.D.
Rob Fisher, L.M.F.T.
Gottman, Ph.D.; Hendrix, Ph.D.; Solomon, Ph.D.; Weiner-Davis, MSW
Laurie Leitch, Ph.D. & Brig.Gen.Retired Loree Sutton, M.D.
Dennis Palumbo, M.A., M.F.T.
David Treadway, Ph.D.
Anita Mandley, L.C.P.C.
Maya Kollman, M.A., Joe Kort, Ph.D., Pat Love, Ed.D.
Patricia Papernow, Ed.D.
Barry McCarthy, Ph.D.
Joe O'Callaghan, L.C.S.W.
Joe Bavonese, Ph.D.
Kenneth V. Hardy, Ph.D.
Carolyn Daitch, Ph.D.
Lisa Firestone, Ph.D.
Martha Straus, Ph.D.
Katy Butler, M.A.

Eugene Robinson, M.A.




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        7/21/2011                                  2010 Networker Symposium Broken Down by Day and Individual Workshop   8


                            Presenter
John Gottman, Ph.D.
John Gottman, Ph.D.
Bonnie Badenoch, Ph.D.
Bob Bertolino, Ph.D.
Jon Carlson, Psy.D., Ed.D. and Pat Love, Ed.D.
Steven Sultanoff, Ph.D.
Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D.
Ronald Siegel, Psy.D.
Steven Stosny, Ph.D.
Dawson Church, Ph.D.
W. Robert Nay, Ph.D.
Susan Bregman, Ph.D.
Noel Larson, Ph.D.
Peter Fraenkel, Ph.D.
Joseph Nowinski, Ph.D., Barbara Okun, Ph.D.
David Grand, Ph.D.
Karen Kissel Wegela, Ph.D.
David Daniels, M.D. and Jack Killen, M.D.
O.Mellan, M.S., E.Blayney, C.F.P., P.Downey, C.F.P.
Kathryn Rheem, L.C.M.F.T., and Kristy Koser, M.A.
Jay Lappin, M.S.W., L.C.S.W. and Bruce Buchanan, M.A.
Lynn Grodzki, L.C.S.W., M.C.C.
Marilyn Mason, Ph.D.
James Gordon, M.D.
Ed Modell, J.D., P.C.C.; Susan Braverman, LICSW, P.C.C.




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                                                              Learning Objective #1
l. Discuss how to recognize and manage stages of change
                                                              Learning Objective #1
l. Discuss how to recognize and manage stages of change
l. Explain the two major causes of overeating
l. Summarize the core mental toughness attributes that enhance performance
l. List 3 time-wasters
l. Discuss & apply skills representing the three dimensional human body on a two-dimensional surface
l. Discuss sacred & secular dances & examine crossovers that exist abetween the Caribbean Islands
l. Discuss the concepts of the "dydadic dance" & "interpersonal neurobiological regulation"
l. Identify & implement your own ideas for writing papers, articles or books
l. List 2 personal blocks towards being more joyful, playful and creative
1. Discuss and practice breath and movement practices to enhance mental focus, energy, empathy and creativity
l. Integrate Feng Shui concepts into their practice as a psychological tool
l. Discuss self-renewal thru expressions of visual arts, storytelling, and theater improvisations
l. Exhibit confidence in presenting, i.e. public speaking
1.Identify characteristics of a conditioned response and how these relate to energy psychology
1.Review and discuss how to use your body and breath in a way that feels natural and authentic to you
l. Discuss the difference between being in the mind and being in the awareness field
l. Practice a mood balancing relaxation for mood regulation
l. Identify everyday aspects of nature that reflect your inner feelings & experience
l. Demonstrate 3 simple breathing techniques
l. Discuss the difference between compassion fatigue and burnout
l. Identify movements that accelerate our brain's ability to process information
l. Find a state in which listening & intuitive abilities are at a maximum
l. Discuss the basic neuroscience of resilience
l. Discuss legal and ethical requirements surrounding informed consent
l. Identify the 7 steps a supervisor listens for to apply these to your own cases
l. Recognize 4 different clusters of depression symptoms that indicate different causes of depression




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                                                              Learning Objective #1
1. Discuss what new sensibilities are encouraged by always-on/always-on-you communication
l. Critique the "state of the art" of treating individuals with PTSD and complex PTSD
l. Describe 5 ways to engage the visual in the process of change
l. Identify strategies & tools for conducting meaningful race related conversations
l. Identify 5 behavioral & psychosocial triggers that promote eating-disordered behaviors
l. Summarize the evolutionary causes of the Brain's negativity bias & threat reactivity
l. List ways to convert children's problems into learnable skills
l. Discuss how dysfunction in the immune system, endocrine systems, & gastrointestinal/nutritional systems impact the brain
l. List 3 factors that seem to increase people's happiness & well-being on a long term-basis
1. Describe the mind-body impact of noticing vs narrating experience
l. Define wisdom & compassion in psychotherapy
1.Describe the core concepts & procedures or RLT
l. Discuss & list discerning natural inclinations from theoretical wisdom
l. Discuss how Heart Rate Variability, sympatho-vagal balance & cardiopulmonary resonance contribute to well-being & treatment
l. Differentiate between conventional & modern definitions of resistance
l. List & demonstrate 3 techniques for developing a generative trance
l. Discuss how therapists can use online life as grist for the mill in therapy
l. Discuss teaching dieters cognitive & behavioral skills to target permanent weight loss
l. Conduct immigration assessment as part of a client's presenting problem
l. Name 2 methods to lower emotional intensity in a couples session
l. Identify limiting beliefs that hold people back form living to their full potential
l. Identify how couples negotiate fidelity & attachment & the new rules of sexuality in relationships
l. Discuss cultural issues that play a role in young veterans not seeking care
l. Discuss 4 ways to provide a service without seeing more patients
l. State a pitfall of attachment-based therapy
l. Describe an open secrets policy that helps therapists manage secrets in couples therapy
l. Discuss the historical perspective of the strengths approach
l. Analyze the psychological, biological, & relational factors which build & subvert sexual desire
l. Deconstruct & identify gender premises & the way they interface with heterosexual, gay, transgender & questioning individuals
l. Discuss how to use engagement strategies as a blueprint for change
l. List 3 behaviors of men that prevent intimacy the interventions for them
1. Demonstrate how Web-based training procedures can be used to enhance the level of "expertise" of psychotherapists

l. Critique the "state of the art" of treating individuals with PTSD and complex PTSD
l. Describe 5 ways to engage the visual in the process of change
l. Identify strategies & tools for conducting meaningful race related conversations
l. Identify 5 behavioral & psychosocial triggers that promote eating-disordered behaviors
l. Summarize the evolutionary causes of the Brain's negativity bias & threat reactivity
l. List ways to convert children's problems into learnable skills
l. Discuss how dysfunction in the immune system, endocrine systems, & gastrointestinal/nutritional systems impact the brain
l. List 3 factors that seem to increase people's happiness & well-being on a long term-basis
1. Describe the mind-body impact of noticing vs narrating experience
l. Define wisdom & compassion in psychotherapy
l. Describe the core concepts & procedures or RLT
l. Discuss & list discerning natural inclinations from theoretical wisdom
l. Discuss how Heart Rate Variability, sympatho-vagal balance & cardiopulmonary resonance contribute to well-being & treatment
l. Differentiate between conventional & modern definitions of resistance
l. List & demonstrate 3 techniques for developing a generative trance
l. Describe the distinctive narrative of psychotherapists gleaned from a study of 11,000 therapists
l. Explain the two major causes of overeating
l. Define a nonpathologizing conception of borderline personality
l. Discuss why therapeutic conversation is central to create change
l. Review what both the unfaithful and betrayed spouse must do to heal from infidelity
l. Describe factors that have converged to create the developmental period of emerging adulthood
l. Discuss a culturally sensitive model for working with interracial couples
l. Discuss an overview of the Collaborative Stage Model
l. Describe the challenge when one partner wants to save the marriage & the other leans toward divorce
l. Describe "The Art of Possibility" & demonstrate facility with 3 of its practices
1. Practice how to sensitize the clients to a broader multicultural perspective about the meanings of affairs
l. Demonstrate a Yogic breath & 2 meditations to calm & focus the mind
l. Discuss how to provide appropriate diagnosis of sexual disorders
l. Discuss & practice life coaching techniques
l. Demonstrate an understanding of the foundations & principles of Functional Family Therapy

1. List 3 things that make Dick Cavett an outstanding television interviewer compared to others
1. List how each writer draws on their own life experiences for their writing




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                                                             Learning Objective #1
1. List how poetry and psychotherapy seek to encourage people to begin taking steps out of their small world into a larger horizon
1. Examine the role of the imagination as a central integrative intelligence able to discern the new and complex patterns around us
l. Define & recognize the affective-somatic markers of receptive affective experiences
l. Discuss the most critical, emerging new facts of everyday teen & family life
l. Review the Collaborative Stage Model
l. Identify 3 options for video equipment, placement, & organizing data
l. Discuss a new understanding of countertransference
l. Discuss boundaries & self of therapist issues with challenging clients
l. Formulate key features of the EFT perspective reflected in the session
l. Recognize what contemporary research & theory teaches us about complex male emotional issues
l. Describe 3 core elements of mindfulness practice
l. Describe & demonstrate an experiential approach
l. Apply the adaptive information processing model of learning to explain clinical phenomena
l. Distinguish retelling of the "event story" of the death from ruminative retelling & identify 3 narrative processes that help to ensure the former
l. Discuss non-verbal communication that leads to strengthening the therapeutic alliance & uncovering fundamental life issues
1. List 3 different developmental patterns neuroscience research has revealed between the male and female brain
l. Explain how centering with rapid relaxation, attention management, & energy management can be applied in clinical settings
l. Describe 4 key issues in treating war trauma
l. Discuss Relapse Prevention as a cognitive-behavioral intervention
l. Distinguish between core ADHD symptoms & poor coping strategies in late-to-diagnosis adults
l. Describe the impact of the Disinhibition Effect
l. List 3 experimentally documented methods of influence & persuasion
l. Discuss ways to teach sexual language & practices to younger clients
l. Discuss the importance of two-way-ness in the therapeutic relationship
l. Review how to perceive body sensations
l. Discuss intentional engagement with time
l. Discuss how to use therapeutic questions to tap the expertise of children & parents and establish goals
l. Name the theoretical basis for EMI
l. Describe the different ways men & women experience & express depression
l. Define self-harm, distinguish it from suicide attempts & identify 5 manifestations of self-injurious behavior
1. List 3 biologically-based distinctions between the male and the female brain

1. Examine the role of the imagination as a central integrative intelligence able to discern the new and complex patterns around us
l. Define & recognize the affective-somatic markers of receptive affective experiences
l. Discuss the most critical, emerging new facts of everyday teen & family life
l. Review the Collaborative Stage Model
l. Identify 3 options for video equipment, placement, & organizing data
l. Discuss a new understanding of countertransference
l. Discuss boundaries & self of therapist issues with challenging clients
l. Formulate key features of the EFT perspective reflected in the session
l. Recognize what contemporary research & theory teaches us about complex male emotional issues
l. Describe 3 core elements of mindfulness practice
l. Describe & demonstrate an experiential approach
l. Apply the adaptive information processing model of learning to explain clinical phenomena
l. Distinguish retelling of the "event story" of the death from ruminative retelling & identify 3 narrative processes that help to ensure the former
l. Discuss non-verbal communication that leads to strengthening the therapeutic alliance & uncovering fundamental life issues
1. Discuss changes in couples therapy over the last 25 years
l. Describe the circumstances contributing to attachment dysregulation in a war zone
l. Identify & implement ideas for writing papers, articles or books
l. Identify & list issues common to working with medical problems
l. Describe neurobiology & internal structure of five fundamental States of Mind
l. Discuss research update pertaining to gay & lesbian relationships
l. Describe challenges created by "stepfamily architecture"
l. Compare data on extra-dyadic relationships depending on gender, couple sexual style, cultural values
l. Review insight into the nature of public urban education & the culture of schooling
l. Identify the 3 most important factors in Search Engine Optimization
l. Identify & review an overview of family dynamics often associated with Foster & Adoptive families
l. Articulate a rationale for using a comprehensive approach for the treatment of GAD
l. Describe a method for couple intervention that facilitates intimacy
l. Discuss the impact of developmental trauma on attachment, biology, executive functioning, self-regulation, self-concept & family life
1. Describe and list three principles of "slow medicine"

1. List 3 ways the election of Barack Obama to the presidency was an enormous step forward in race relations




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                                                             Learning Objective #1
1. Discuss the meaning of trust as part of "social capital" and behavioral economics research
1. Review how trust is built by couples through "attunement" in "sliding door" moments, and how trust is eroded
l. Identify & utilize brain principles from intake thru transition
l. Identify 3 paths that provide a foundation for effective practice
l. List the 5 sources of loneliness
l. Identify the conscious & purposeful use of humor in psychotherapy
1.Discuss how to master the most important practices that keep minds free from anxiety and worry
l. Identify 4 types of evidence that indicates most chronic back pain is not due to structural damage or abnormalities
l. Describe the biologically-based sex differences in emergency response & attachment styles
1.Demonstrate a basic energy psychology protocol
l. Discriminate between 5 "faces" of anger
1. Describe the basic components of the Satir Model and Family Reconstruction
l. Identify the variety of presentations of dissociation in clinical practice
l. List 4 conflicts that couples experience about time
l. Review how medical advances have impacted death & mourning
l. Define the basic steps in setting up Brainspotting with a client
l. Practice the mindfulness technique of "touch and go."
l. Name & discuss functions & feelings of 3 basic emotions shared by all mammals: fear, anger, and separation distress
l. Identify & discuss needed financial information, human & social resources to meet life goals
l. Discuss how love relationships impact individual health & wellness
1. Examine different therapeutic models for their stylistic potential
l. Identify & discuss specialized services that are in demand in the current market
l. Name, list & assess fears & strengths
l. Discuss the importance of self-care in psychotherapy for a variety of diagnoses & conditions
1.Discuss & list the core competencies of coaching




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                                                              Learning Objective #2
2. Practice ways to bring energy, creativity and generativity into daily life
                                                              Learning Objective #2
2. Practice ways to bring energy, creativity and generativity into daily life
2. Identify the 3 steps of attuned eating
2. Define goals and establish a plan to achieve them
2. Discuss 3 time savers
2. Practice drawing lines to create depth, character & movement, and gradations of lights & darks to create volume, space & feeling tone
2. Practice Afro-Caribbean dance techniques focusing on alignment & movement thru space & time
2. Identify somatic signs that client and/or therapist is becoming dysregulated
2. List & discuss tools needed to address writer's block, procrastination & fears of failure or rejection
2. Discuss 2 activities to increase connection to joy, playfulness and creativity
2. Discuss and practice individual and group healing work using sound and breath
2. Evaluate & analyze physical spaces for psychological meaning
2. Create an action plan to focus on strengths thru life coaching practices
2. Demonstrate a sense of self by challenging personal boundaries
2. Describe the neurobiological sequelae of counterconditioning
2. Practice modulating your voice to find the tone that makes the best connection between you and your listeners
2. Identify the process of the field of oneness & also the implications of working within the state of oneness
2. Describe a guided imagery practice for mood disorder
2. Capture the essence of your inner experience through photography and writing
2. Practice the 7 active exercises of Spring Forest Qigong
2. Identify ways to expend energy & how to replenish what has been given out
2. Detect body tensions & learn fluid movements that open tense areas
2. Experience a "field" of presence that directly improves cognitive capacities & refines sensate perception
2. List & demonstrate 10 experiential techniques that promote resilience
2. Explain situations when confidentiality should and should not be broken
2. Discuss 3 ways to retain clients longer so that they can complete their therapy
2. Discuss & convey the neurobiological underpinnings of different cluster of depression symptoms




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                                                               Learning Objective #2
2. Review the theories (psychological and sociological) that are most helpful when thinking about these
2. Identify & demonstrate the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy with patients w/ PTSD, Complex PTSD & Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders
2. Discuss 5 ways to engage the kinesthetic modality in a therapy session
2. Practice a model for resolving escalating & contentious race related conflicts
2. Define & explain the clinical red flags that indicate anorexia, bulimia & binge eating
2. List 2 methods for helping clients stop overestimating threats
2. Practice how to engage significant others in the therapeutic work
2. Review & recognize how dysfunction in the immune, hormonal & gastrointestinal/nutritional systems impacts medication response
2. Define "Mitzvah Therapy" & discuss its relationship to well-being & happiness
2. Identify the characteristics of neuroplastic treatments
2. Practice techniques for cultivating mindfulness & self-compassion during therapy
2. Discuss how to work effectively with grandiosity & grandiose clients
2. Practice applying strategies with the most challenging "personal" moments in treatment
2. Formulate issues involved in integrating mind-body-breath practices with their clinical work to reduce anxiety
2. Describe & list errors that foster client resistance & explain how to adjust therapeutic interaction to circumvent errors
2. Identify & list 3 ways generative trance differs from traditional trance
2. Identify the signs that patients are acting out online& working thru problems
2. List ways to solve problems with those who may interfere with weight loss or maintenance
2. Identify the trauma, losses & gains within the immigrant experience
2. Describe how to use Imago-dialogue in work with troubled couples
2. Practice awareness techniques as a "bridge" to self-empowerment
2. Discuss how to help couples recover from infidelity & move thru states of treatment
2. List & discuss 3 "dirty little secrets" that veterans don't want people to know
2. Define action steps to successfully leverage your knowledge & skills beyond your current practice
2. List the Crucible Four Points of Balance
2. Explain how an understanding of contributing factors reduces vulnerability for future affairs
2. Compare similarities & distinctions between Family Psychotherapy & Family Strengthening
2. Design an intervention plan to create a couple sexual style which balances each partner's "sexual voice"
2. Appraise the interpersonal implications to having a gender non-conforming child, spouse or family member
2. List parent management skills to help prevent teen self-harming & establish a stronger relationship
2. Name 4 characteristics of an open-hearted therapist
2. Discuss how computer technology can be used as adjunctive tools with patients

2. Identify & demonstrate the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy with patients w/ PTSD, Complex PTSD & Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders
2. Discuss 5 ways to engage the kinesthetic modality in a therapy session
2. Practice a model for resolving escalating & contentious race related conflicts
2. Define & explain the clinical red flags that indicate anorexia, bulimia & binge eating
2. List 2 methods for helping clients stop overestimating threats
2. Practice how to engage significant others in the therapeutic work
2. Review & recognize how dysfunction in the immune, hormonal & gastrointestinal/nutritional systems impacts medication response
2. Define "Mitzvah Therapy" & discuss its relationship to well-being & happiness
2. Identify the characteristics of neuroplastic treatments
2. Practice techniques for cultivating mindfulness & self-compassion during therapy
2. Discuss how to work effectively with grandiosity & grandiose clients
2. Practice applying strategies with the most challenging "personal" moments in treatment
2. Formulate issues involved in integrating mind-body-breath practices with their clinical work to reduce anxiety
2. Describe & list errors that foster client resistance & explain how to adjust therapeutic interaction to circumvent errors
2. Identify & list 3 ways generative trance differs from traditional trance
2. Discuss how to create an improvement in your effectiveness with a method of client feedback
2. Identify the three steps of attened eating
2. Describe ways to stay grounded in the face of provocation
2. Cite the key signals of stifling, predictable or stuck interactions in treatment
2. Discuss & practice what to do when disclosure is made during an individual session
2. Lists tasks, vulnerabilities & challenges faced by emerging adults, parents & the therapeutic community
2. Practice a milieu where honest & frank open discussions of interracial couple dynamics will be discussed
2. Practice Psychotherapy Pictionary Game
2. Identify the values they bring to this scenario
2. Uncover & reconstruct seminal personal stories within a small group setting
2. List ways to deal with affair situations, flexibly respecting couples diverse ways of dealing with an affair
2. Practice 2 Yogic breaths and a meditation technique to clear the mind, lift the mood
2. Demonstrate how to help partners accept responsibility for the repair of the sexual dysfunction
2. Define & interpret 4 Life Coaching Instruments
2. List & discuss the processes to guide families thru the phases of clinical treatment

2. Compare his style of interviewing with other talk show hosts
2. Discuss the differences between two of the writers and the subjects they write about




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                                                              Learning Objective #2
2. List 3 ways his poetry, psychology, spirituality and humor can awaken us and enrich our horizons
2. Discuss the way the imagination allows us to create a central leverage point from which to act
2. Explain how different experiential technqiues can be used to work with defenses against receptive affective experience
2. Describe how therapy must change to address these new realities
2. Cite specific interventions to create a sense of safety, new pathways of communications, & consolidate treatment
2. Name 3 principles of secure-functioning primary attachment relationships
2. Describe a new way to work with countertransference
2. Identify threats to good boundaries in supervisory relationships
2. Name key EFT interventions as modeled in the session
2. Generate effective interventions for reaching difficult & defended male clients
2. Identify mindful listening techniques best suited to doing psychotherapy
2. Discuss & describe the use of therapist sculpting
2. Discuss a case by identifying a dominant theme in the client's life based on the client's presentation of the problem
2. Outline the steps in biographical reconstruction in the broader narrative framework of their life story
2. Apply mindfulness to help clients explore & change their core models of the world
2. Discuss the important differences in how men and women learn to construct their realities and approach their relationships
2. List 5 competencies required for ethical practice of performance consulting
2. Identify core skills of the TRM-V,W community model
2. Review how RP is an individualized treatment program and how to teach skills for coping
2. Identify & explain their poor coping skills focusing on how these behaviors affect relationships & family life
2. Define the difference between asynchronous & synchronous interaction
2. Demonstrate ability to apply one method of persuasion & influence in clinical work
2. Demonstrate how to help therapists examine their countertransference with talking about sex with their clients
2. List & demonstrate clues that identify our own blind spots
2. Discuss how to articulate & translate body feelings & sensations
2. Analyze & integrate previously separate and undeveloped aspects of the self
2. Demonstrate how to use the blueprint for change plan for the success of children and parents
2. Identify the diverse clientele benefiting from EMI
2. Discuss how traditional male socialization can lead to depression in men
2. List 4 reasons why clients self-harm
2. Review the latest neurobiology research findings to show how the unique and different structure plays out in their relationships

2. Discuss the way the imagination allows us to create a central leverage point from which to act
2. Explain how different experiential technqiues can be used to work with defenses against receptive affective experience
2. Describe how therapy must change to address these new realities
2. Cite specific interventions to create a sense of safety, new pathways of communications, & consolidate treatment
2. Name 3 principles of secure-functioning primary attachment relationships
2. Describe a new way to work with countertransference
2. Identify threats to good boundaries in supervisory relationships
2. Name key EFT interventions as modeled in the session
2. Generate effective interventions for reaching difficult & defended male clients
2. Identify mindful listening techniques best suited to doing psychotherapy
2. Discuss & describe the use of therapist sculpting
2. Discuss a case by identifying a dominant theme in the client's life based on the client's presentation of the problem
2. Outline the steps in biographical reconstruction in the broader narrative framework of their life story
2. Apply mindfulness to help clients explore & change their core models of the world
2. Describe the contribution of neuroscience to couples therapy
2. Define Porges' concept of neuroception & its relationship to attachment
2. List & discuss tools needed to address writer's block, procrastination & fears of failure or rejection
2. Demonstrate how to utilize a protocol for working with couples individually & in groups
2. Review the psychological & neurological basis for Dissociative Identiy Disorder
2. List 2 communication styles which differ among gay, lesbian & straight couples
2. Discuss strategies that help stepfamilies to meet these challenges
2. Create assessment/treatment programs dependent on type of affair, couple sexual style, & goals of the individuals & couple
2. Discuss demands on teachers & school staff that impede development of positive relationships with students & families
2. Discuss the 3 key advantages of video marketing
2. Discuss an overview of the VCR Model & how it can be used working with adolescents and families
2. Identify 2 mindfulness & acceptance-based interventions to help clients
2. Utilize methods for developing strengths in each partner to have a greater capacity for intimacy
2. Demonstrate effects of risk & resilience on development & transition to adulthood
2. Describe and review the economic incentives that lead to medical overtreatment and medical neglect at the end of life

2. Explain why race continues to be one of the most complex and troubling issues we face as a society




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                                                             Learning Objective #2
2. Review and explain how the dynamics of trust and betrayal are different conceptually, and why
2. Discuss how the concept of "CL-ALT" begins the dynamics of either betrayal or loyalty
2. Discuss & apply principles for changing implicit memories
2. Describe 2 strategies for improving effectiveness
2. Distinguish between loneliness & depression
2. Compare the link between therapeutic humor & changes in feelings, behaviors, thoughts & biochemistry
2. List & practice how to apply methods that block the damage of chronic stress and diminish physical symptoms of anxiety
2. Describe cognitive, affective, behavioral components of chronic back pain cycle
2. Apply partners' different arousal & attachment styles to forge deeper connections
2. Discuss how emotional blocks to creativity can be addressed using energy psychology
2. Assess risk of violence & determine individual vs conjoint treatment
2. Explain why it's important to identify family roots in order to gain new perceptions & different feelings about one's parents
2. Discuss intervention strategies and ways to transform the dissociative patterns
2. Describe a 4-Step method for assessing & changing conflicts about time
2. List & discuss 5 stages of "the new grief"
2. Describe Outside and Inside Window Brainspotting & how they relate
2. Describe the differences between counter-transference, resonance, & empathy
2. List & review how to work therapeutically with these emotions as they relate to the 9 personality styles of the Enneagram
2. List where your financial information is hiding in plain sight & how to use benchmark guidance when looking at spending
2. Explain the importance of attachment perspective when working with couple distress & relationship interactions
2. Identify techniques to match personal style and theory
2. Describe cultural changes that invite private practitioners to consider being more flexible providing services
2. Discuss & create a focused change plan
2. Evaluate and review the therapeutic effectiveness of self-expression
2. List, Review and discuss the differences between therapy and coaching




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                                                              Learning Objective #3
3. Define ways to handle challenging situations
                                                                 Learning Objective #3
3. Define ways to handle challenging situations
3. Describe how to replace negative body thoughts with compassionate statements
3. Develop mental toughness skills of focus, arousal regulation and confidence
3. Define 3 tools or strategies to automate tasks or create passive income
3. Define and demonstrate how to see positive & negative space as equal elements of design
3. Perform a two minute dance piece selected from specific Afto-Caribbean themes
3. Describe somatic interventions for therapist self-regulation & interactive regulation of the client's nervous system
3. Review & demonstrate the tools to develop your writer's voice
3. Describe a personal plan for staying connected to being joyful, playful, or creative
3. Apply movements and breathing practices to achieve mental, physical, and spiritual goals
3. Utilize a blend of Feng Shui and depth psychology to assess & enhance finances and relationships
3. Demonstrate ways to integrate these techniques into our practice of psychotherapy
3. Discuss how to become more attuned & have more focused listening skills
3. Define the characteristics of a novel event as they relate to somatic awareness
3. Discuss and practice how to generate an energy level that will command an audience's attention
3. Name the four phases of naturalistic psychotherapy
3. Demonstrate 3 evidence-based breathing exercises
3. Discuss the variety of inner experience as expressed through your photography and your writing
3. Explain the concept of energy & its impact on individuals from a qigong perspective
3. Participate in active self-restoration and revival practices thru art, movement, breathing, meditation, poetry
3. Merge the various expressive arts to enhance personal expression
3. Reach a deep state of relaxation in which you are also in a heightened state of responsiveness
3. Apply techniques to individual needs for self-care
3. List the differences between child abuse, rape, and statutory rape and the professional's duty relative to each under codes and laws
3. Clarify how to develop an entrepreneurial mindset for private practice
3. Apply 3 interventions for depression that can ameliorate lethargy, negativity and isolation




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                                                                Learning Objective #3
3. Name and list the potential dangers in contemporary parenting
3. Discuss ways to bolster resilience in individuals who have been victimized
3. Create 2 new techniques using props, chairs, movements or illustrations
3. Discuss a framework for exploring issues that may facilitate or impede the ability to manage racial exchanges
3. Cite 5 creative interventions designed to treat eating disordered-behaviors
3. Discuss 3 methods for helping clients access a greater sense of personal strength
3. Demonstrate how to work with children in a creative manner
3. Name & discuss 4 safe & unsafe tools for stabilizing these systems
3. Name 2 components that foster a happy relationship
3. List how to implement Sensorimotor techniques that facilitate neuroplastic change
3. Describe how wisdom may emerge from mindfulness & compassion practice
3. Explain how "leverage" is used in RLT to facilitate change
3. Demonstrate interpersonal skills for effective treatment outcomes: the Art of Adaptive Re-Parenting
3. Practice Coherent Breathing, Breath Moving, Breath Cycling & Open focus Meditation guided by CD
3. Explain over-questioning when working with resistant clients & how to employ approaches to maximize the interaction
3. Review 3 techniques for integrating mindfulness methods into therapeutic trance work
3. Name developmental tasks and problems that can be facilitated on line
3. Practice ways to engage the reluctant dieter
3. Demonstrate increased curiosity & risk-taking out of the comfort zone
3. Identify 3 shifts you can make to create a sense of safety in couples
3. Develop strategies to shift from self-destructive beliefs to new & appropriate ones
3. Demonstrate how couples can renew their monogamy contracts
3. Identify 3 key reasons why combat veterans want to go back into the war zone
3. Review the tools needed to expand your influence
3. Explain the fallacy of encouraging emotional co-regulation in couples therapy
3. Review a "caring behaviors" exercise that fosters connection between partners
3. Assess the philosophy, principles, & effectiveness of the Family Strengthening Approach
3. Utilize a psychosexual skill exercise to create a strong resilient sexual desire
3. Debate the healing power of gender non-conformity
3. Demonstrate family connection-building to help families generate their own solutions
3. Explain 5 characteristics of women's wisdom of being in relationship
3. Explore both the promise and limitations of computer technology in psychotherapy

3. Discuss ways to bolster resilience in individuals who have been victimized
3. Create 2 new techniques using props, chairs, movements or illustrations
3. Discuss a framework for exploring issues that may facilitate or impede the ability to manage racial exchanges
3. Cite 5 creative interventions designed to treat eating disordered-behaviors
3. Discuss 3 methods for helping clients access a greater sense of personal strength
3. Demonstrate how to work with children in a creative manner
3. Name & discuss 4 safe & unsafe tools for stabilizing these systems
3. Name 2 components that foster a happy relationship
3. List how to implement Sensorimotor techniques that facilitate neuroplastic change
3. Describe how wisdom may emerge from mindfulness & compassion practice
3. Explain how "leverage" is used in RLT to facilitate change
3. Demonstrate interpersonal skills for effective treatment outcomes: the Art of Adaptive Re-Parenting
3. Practice Coherent Breathing, Breath Moving, Breath Cycling & Open focus Meditation guided by CD
3. Explain over-questioning when working with resistant clients & how to employ approaches to maximize the interaction
3. Review 3 techniques for integrating mindfulness methods into therapeutic trance work
3. Compile 5 steps to accelerate your development as a therapist
3. Describe an approach to health that is based on wellness rather than weight
3. Discuss how to heal vulnerable parts of borderline clients
3. Identify specific skill-sets to create non-linear, spontaneous conversation
3. Name & discuss methods for overcoming the most common impasses in helping couples heal from infidelity
3. Define strategies for assessment & intervention
3. List & review a framework for exploring Self of the Therapist issues
3. Summarize The victim/survivor cycle intervention
3. Discuss a protocol for working with partners together & separately on how to proceed with marriage v. divorce
3. Formulate a vision for a purposeful group
3. Review how therapists can utilize information about an affair and the client's yearnings and how to strengthen their bond
3. Apply a Meditation technique effective with OCD & anxiety disorders
3. Review how to address the nonsexual meanings of the sexual behaviors of fantasy & desire
3. Demonstrate how to help clients develop a blueprint for success
3. Review the methods of FFT in clinical practice including the use of the FFT Q-System

3. Discuss the differences between 3 of his most famous encounters and what made each special
3. Name ways you can use what you have learned to help in your practice or your clients in real life




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3. Review what he means by "dangerous truths" at the core of the creative challenge of life
3. List how to engage the will, to simplify, to take action, and above all envision a life worth living at the center of our endeavors.
3. Employ the metatherapeutic technique of AEDP to enhance & develop receptive affective capacity
3. Identify ways kids & parents can take chargeof their 21st century dis-regulated lives
3. Discuss the role of attachment in the treatment between family members & therapist
3. Describe 4 psychobiological cues that signal sympathetic & parasympathetic states
3. Review how to maintain a healing process with clients
3. Describe situations when therapists exceed their competence in working with certain groups of clients
3. Outline how the therapeutic process & specific interventions shape & build secure connections
3. Develop powerful ways to help women reach out to men more intimately & effectively
3. Specify universal tendencies of mind that contribute to psychopathology & how mindfulness practices can help to interrupt them
3. Cite how nonverbal signals can be used to enhance therapeutic leverage
3. Identify memories that are nodal events in a client's life & as potential targets for reprocessing using the Float back technique
3. Analyze virtual dream stories to discern themes & resources for the integration of real-life losses
3. Review how to immerse clients in present moment experience so as to tap into their creative resources
3. Explore the implications of the distinctive characteristics of the male and female brain and how you can apply this information to clinical issues
3. Assess one's skill level in the 5 competencies & identify resources for addressing additional training
3. Summarize TRI's public health approach to war trauma
3. Explain how adding mindfulness meditation to the RP program as a coping skill can help clients manage urges & cravings
3. List & recognize poor coping skills among their partners
3. Appraise various & blended technologies ranging from email to virtual worlds
3. Define loss avoidance
3. Examine ways to ask clients about their sex lives
3. Review & practice ways to function as a tuning-fork in the therapeutic relationship
3. Identify personal tension zones & how to release tensions
3. List ways to uncover & open up pockets of hidden love
3. Design & select family play & art therapeutic experiments for children & parents
3. Discuss the essential processes involved in the EMI approach
3. Explore how to more accurately diagnose & treat depression in men
3. Identify 5 creative treatment strategies, including the CARESS model
3. Discuss how therapists can use this knowledge to better help couples bridge their differences

3. List how to engage the will, to simplify, to take action, and above all envision a life worth living at the center of our endeavors.
3. Employ the metatherapeutic technique of AEDP to enhance & develop receptive affective capacity
3. Identify ways kids & parents can take chargeof their 21st century dis-regulated lives
3. Discuss the role of attachment in the treatment between family members & therapist
3. Describe 4 psychobiological cues that signal sympathetic & parasympathetic states
3. Review how to maintain a healing process with clients
3. Describe situations when therapists exceed their competence in working with certain groups of clients
3. Outline how the therapeutic process & specific interventions shape & build secure connections
3. Develop powerful ways to help women reach out to men more intimately & effectively
3. Specify universal tendencies of mind that contribute to psychopathology & how mindfulness practices can help to interrupt them
3. Cite how nonverbal signals can be used to enhance therapeutic leverage
3. Identify memories that are nodal events in a client's life & as potential targets for reprocessing using the Float back technique
3. Analyze virtual dream stories to discern themes & resources for the integration of real-life losses
3. Review how to immerse clients in present moment experience so as to tap into their creative resources
3. List three challenges facing couples therapists today
3. Discuss the core premise of biologically-based intervention
3. Review & demonstrate the tools to develop your writer's voice
3. Discuss a curriculum for multi family groups, single ones, & spouse & children support groups
3. Identify tools & techniques for assessment of DID
3. Review statistical differences between & among these individuals
3. Critique three levels of clinical intervention
3. Design a relapse program individualized to the goals of specific couples
3. Name & demonstrate strategies to help schools & therapists collaborate around these issues
3. Explore advantages of pay per click advertising on Facebook vs Google AdWords
3. Name & list strategies for working with complex multi-problem Foster & Adoptive families
3. Explore 2 interventions that calm the somatic manifestation of anxiety associated with GAD
3. Discuss elements of a Fantasy Bond in relationships & strategies to break them
3. Describe relational, self-soothing, attachment-narrative, multi-systemic intervention strategies
3. Discuss why living wills and do-not-resuscitate orders are often countermanded, and how to prepare ones that won't be

3. Explore the state of racial identification, socioeconomic issues, and political definitions in the Obama age.




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3. List and discuss the behavioral patterns and the psysiology of trust, lost trust, the inability to trust, and the effects of betrayal on longevity
3. List and discuss how (best current guesses) extra-marital affairs happen and how to "affair proof" a committed relationship
3. Discuss nonjudgmental acceptance thru solidifying knowledge of the brain & mind
3. Discuss 2 ways of continuing to develop & maintain new therapeutic skills
3. Discuss 3 core values & examples of each
3. Discuss humor as a relationship building, communication, diagnostic & treatment tool
3. Discuss and demonstrate how to help socially anxious cleints confront and "unlearn" fear
3. Discuss 4 principal steps of the Back Sense program for interrupting chronic back pain & treating psychophysiological disorders
3. Identify biologically-based emotional reactions to each other
3. Describe how tapping on acupuncture points can produce psychological change
3. Apply a 5-step model for derailing & managing anger arousal
3. Practice using psychodrama, guided imagery & sculpting techniques that are insightful & profound and easily replicated in counseling sessions
3. Distinguish use of self in transforming dissociative defense patterns
3. Discuss how a person's time patterns are related to how they manage strong emotions
3. Demonstrate how to help families understancd & cope with death & grief
3. Discuss how the Brainspotting process is facilitated by observing sequential internal experience
3. Discuss how to participate in and start their own "body-speech-mind" consultation groups
3. Demonstrate how to appreciate the areas of congruence between neurobiology, Enneagram system of personality, and attachment theory
3. Identify and list which learning approaches tend to work better for women and which for men and why
3. Demonstrate the "Hold Me Tight: Conversations for Connection" Educational Program
3. Share tips on identifying mentors & role models & how to make best use of their resources
3. Cite the 3 best ways to generate referrals from the internet in terms of cost & effectiveness
3. Identify support by naming mentors, colleagues & role models
3. Develop a strategy for integrating mind-body approach in self-care and in clinical practice
3. Name, List and discuss the steps to build a successful coaching practice




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