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Couples Therapy Training Academy – Gottman and EFT Training2020-08-24T13:44:15-07:00

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Couples Therapy Level 1 workshop provides a wealth of information about couples dynamics, marital assessment, couples exercises and therapeutic interventions.

Discover How To Have An Immediate Impact With Your Couples. The most important training in the three-level series where you learn to APPLY the Gottman method under supervision.

Get your most challenging couples committed and engaged in therapy, connect directly with industry experts LIVE, and navigate the new telehealth economy in this virtual Masterclass…

Build Your Foundational Knowledge and Confidence When Faced With Difficult Situations. Get Training On The Most Difficult Couples Therapy Situations…

Focused on Clinical Track. This workshop provides a wealth of information about relationship theory, observation, couple dynamics, relationship assessment, treatment planning, when and how to use interventions, and working with co-morbidities.

Focused on Business. This workshop provides a wealth of information about the business skills, ways to increase your revenue, building a multi-six-figure practice, generating passive income, and much more.

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CASE STUDY: “He’s Not Manly Enough” — Using the Gottman Method in the Face of Unrealistic Expectations

By |March 13th, 2020|

When a couple seeks therapy, in most cases, the love is still there. At the very least, the two partners still like each other. But what if one partner seems to have nothing but [...]

What to Do When a Couple Have At Least One Foot Out the Door

By |March 13th, 2020|

As couples’ therapists, we’re all welcoming new couples through our doors every day. Most, if not all, come to us because they’re having problems in their relationships and need our help to solve their [...]

How The Three ‘Preferred Conflict Styles’ Integrate Into The Gottman Method

By |February 23rd, 2020|

Based on research beginning with Kenneth Thomas and Ralph Kilmann, and adapted toward intimate relationships, couples have three "Preferred Conflict Styles." Volatile Avoidant Validating As a therapist, all your clients have a preferred conflict [...]