Psychotherapy Training Summit 2015

September 18th - October 1st, 2015 

Check out this amazing educational Psychotherapy Training Summit! 

Tons of helpful information for Psychologists, therapists, as well as non-professionals. And it is free! 

The topics include:

Day 1: Sept. 18: Rick Hanson, PhD: Positive Neuroplasticity: Using the New Brain Science for Maximum Therapeutic Outcomes

Day 2: Sept. 19: Ellyn Bader, PhD: Lies, Deception, Infidelity, and Jealousy: The Deep Pits that Destroy Couples Connection

Day 3: Sept. 20: Dr. Sue Johnson: Mastering the Core Tasks of Effective Couple Therapy

Day 4: Sept. 21: Stephen W. Porges, PhD: A moderated discussion of Stephen Porges' work, including a discussion of the clinical application of Polyvagal Theory

Day 5: Sept. 22: Joan Borysenko, PhD: Psychotherapy and Mind-Body Medicine: From Immunology to Neuroscience

Day 6: Sept. 23: Michele Weiner-Davis, MSW: It Takes One to Tango: Doing Couples Therapy with Individuals

Day 7: Sept. 24: Bonnie Badenoch, PhD: Deepening Presence in a Distracted World

Day 8: Sept. 25: David Wallin, PhD: The Impact of Who We Are on What We Do: Attachment and Enactment in Psychotherapy

Day 9: Sept. 26: Peter Levine, PhD: Trauma and Memory: Brain and Body in the Search for the Living Past

Day 10: Sept. 27: Diane Poole Heller, PhD (interviewed by Tami Simon): Co-Mindfulness, Compassion, and the Courage to Connect: Cutting Edge Corrective Experiences that Restore Secure Attachment Capacities

Day 11: Sept. 28: Bill O'Hanlon, MS: Inclusive Therapy: A Gentle Way to Dissolve Resistance, Reduce Ambivalence to Change, and Increase Therapy Results

Day 12: Sept. 29: Esther Perel: The Double Flame: Reconciling Intimacy and Sexuality

Day 13: Sept. 30: Ronald D. Siegel, PsyD: Tailoring Mindfulness: Fitting the Practice to the Person

Day 14: Oct. 1: Dr. Dan Siegel: An Interpersonal Neurobiology Approach to Trauma and Its Treatment