Level 3: Practicum Training – Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Event on 2016-06-15 08:30:00
Date: June 15-17, 2016 – 9am-5pm Presenter: Jeffrey W. White, Ph.D, LMFT-S Certified Gottman Therapist and Master Trainer of the Gottman Institute Title: Level 3: Practicum Training Presenter: Jeffrey W. White, Ph.D, LMFT-S Program Description: Fine-tune and master your skills using Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Participants in the Level 3 Practicum Training, together with Dr. Jeff White, examine actual videotaped cases of couples brought in by workshop colleagues. Dr. White uses these videotaped cases as teaching and learning tools to help deepen understanding of when and how to use various Gottman Method approaches and interventions, and how to break destructive patterns and replace them with meaningful interactions. During this workshop, Dr. Jeff White leads discussions, demonstrates techniques and provide guidance in developing a road map for clinical decisions. Participants have the opportunity to practice and refine their use of Gottman Couples Therapy through participation in role-plays, demonstrations and discussions in a small group setting, and receive personalized guidance and supportive coaching. Participants are asked to bring a short, ten minute or so, video segment (on DVD or USB thumb drive) of difficult and challenging couples to the Level 3 workshop. The therapist’s work with the couple will not be critiqued; in fact the video does not even need to show the therapist; just seeing the couple is all that is needed. The purpose will be to use these couples to illustrate how the Gottman Method can be applied to these tough cases. Dr. Jeff White will describe how they would treat these couples and then participants from the audience will volunteer to role play these couples with Dr. Jeff White demonstrating using a variety of interventions with these couples. Participants will then have the opportunity to practice using these interventions in a supportive small group setting with other participants’ role playing the couples from the videos. Bringing a video tape isn’t required, but it will help make the training more meaningful for everyone. If you cannot bring a taped segment, it would help to bring a brief written description of a challenging couple for the same purpose. CERTIFICATION TRACK – Participation in Level 3 does not automatically lead to Certification in the Gottman Method. To enter the Certification Track, you must submit the Certification Track Application and accompanying paperwork. For more information about the Certification Track, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Prerequisite: Completion of Level 1 and Level 2 trainings, as well as masters or doctoral degree or current enrollment in a graduate program within a mental health-related field. Program Objectives: Learning Objective #1: The participant will be able to execute interventions that seek to break destructive patterns and replace them with meaningful and constructive interactions. Learning Objective #2: The participant will be able to apply Gottman Method Couple Therapy to tough clinical cases. Learning Objective #3: The participants will be able to demonstrate how to implement a variety of interventions to a diverse set of couple problems. Location: Specific location to be dertmined – Dallas, TX Times: Registration starts at 8:30am Program: 9am – 5pm Schedule: 8:30-10am – Lecture/Case Presentation/Practice 10-10:15am – Break 10:15-11:45am – Lecture/Case Presentation/Practice 11:45am-1pm – Lunch 1pm-3pm – Lecture/Case Presentation/Practice 3:00pm-3:15pm – Break 3:15-5:00pm – Lecture/Case Presentation/Practice Registration: Registration includes a Level 3 Manual. Early Registration – On or before May 14, 2016 = 9.00 Regular Registration – Between May 15, 2016 and May 31, 2016 = 9.00 Late Registration – Between June 1, 2016 and June 14, 2016 = 9.00 Student Registration – On or before May 31, 2016 = 9.00 (Evidence of current full-time status required at registration) (Student price not available after April 15, 2016) CE Certificates (Optional) – 20.25 hours of CE are available – Intended Audience: Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and other mental health workers. This presentation is appropriate for intermediate and advanced skill levels. Presentation Format:Lecture, Discussion and Practicum Activities Continuing Education: The workshop is co-sponsored by PESI. PESI is an approved provider with the Texas State Boards of Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists. To receive your CE Certification you must sign-in, complete and turn in the workshop evaluation, and sign-out. CE Certifications will be emailed out to you approximately 4 weeks from the conclusion of the workshop. PESI maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Questions or concerns about disabilities should be directed to Jeff White, LMFT-S at (214)224-2683 or Jeffrey.email@example.com. Any grievances regarding the workshop should be directed to Jeff White, LMFT as well. While there are no refunds, your registration can be transferred to any subsequent Gottman Level 3 training event sponsored by Jeffrey White.
at Jackson, Mississippi, United States
Jackson, United States