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Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Training Institute Couples Therapy
Couple Therapy Training Program
Albert J. Brok, PhD, Director Ellen Gussaroff, PhD, LCSW, Co-Director Delverlon Hall, EdD, LMSW, Assistant Director
Mini-Workshop Series 2016 _____________________________ Saturday May 14, 2016 10:30 AM — 1:30 PM 3 CEUs will be offered for this workshop
NESTERS VS. ADVENTURERS: An Attachment Perspective
Tripp Evans, PhD, LCSW, and Gil Consolini, PhD, LCSW
Are you a Nester or an Adventurer? When you want to de-stress or re-energize, do you want to stay home or to go out into the world? Would your partner give the same answer? If not, does the difference make for balance or tension in your relationship?
What if something happens to upset the balance? What if your life won’t let you be who you are?
These are questions that may be important for the couples we want to help as well as for ourselves. Using case material, presenters will show how attachment theory can shed light on these differences and help us to work with them in couple therapy. ________________________________
Tripp Evans, PhD, LCSWhas been working with couples for over 20 years and is currently in private practice. He is a faculty member and supervisor in the Couple Therapy Training Program at TIMH, and has presented workshops and co-authored a paper on the use of empathy as a defense in couple dynamics.
Gil Consolini, PhD, LCSWalso has been working with couples for more than 20 years, is in private practice, and has presented workshops and published in the fields of psychoanalysis and social work. He was formerly a training analyst and faculty and board member at the New York City Center for Psychoanalytic Training. _________________________________
Fees Professionals: $35 Students: $15 TI Students: Free