creating lifelong connection between couples
Dr. Judith Coche conducted a professional weekend workshop in Egypt on 13th-15th jan 2017. The workshop was three days and covered the following topics:
Mastering couples therapy
What is interpersonal architecture and how do we use it?
Introduction to couples therapy
Introduction to working with individuals in couples, group and couples’ group psychotherapy
How are the treatment modalities of couples and individual therapy similar and different?
Become a couples communication coach!
Skills that we need to coach couples to success
Communication exercises to use with couples
A clinicians’ guide to marital assessment and therapy
A clinician’s roadmap for assessing couples
How do we do marital assessment?
Role play of a couple doing intake with dr. Judith
Reflections for clinical practice
Second day: saturday 14th january
Deepening expertise in marital psychotherapy: couples group psychotherapy
A clinician’s guide to couples group psychotherapy
The structure of couples group psychotherapy (cgp)
How to contract members for couples group psychotherapy
A role play of a couple doing intake for cgp with dr. Judith
Being a couples group psychotherapist
Large group exercise- common conflicts among couples
Transforming lives and families through couples group therapy
How can we transform lives and marriages with the power of the group?
What is the required training to be couples group psychotherapist?
third day: sunday 15th january
Treating complex individual concerns of coupled and single adults
The power of love
The innate power of love in our lives to create meaning and provide happiness
The role of positive psychology in treating couples and individuals
Use of the self of the therapist: modeling honest and informed caring in successful human relationships.
Loneliness as part of single life and as part of marriage
How can we help families learn to love skillfully?
How skillful loving love can build strong step families
Why is love so powerful in the lives of individuals, couples and families?
Therapeutic skill in work with human sexuality
Work with human sexuality requires skill in treating human intimacy
Teaching clients to touch one another emotionally and physically
The impact of enhancing intimacy and sexuality on stress, depression, loneliness and anxiety
A summing up of the workshop
Place : dr. Yehia el rakhawy hopotal, moqattam
Friday13 jan: 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday & sunday 14&15 : 9 am to 4:30 pm
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