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Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Couple Therapy Training Program
Albert J. Brok, PhD, CGP Ellen Gussaroff, PhD, LCSW Delverlon Hall, EdD, LCSW, Assistant Director
Mini-Workshop Series 2017 ______________________________________________________
Going to the Dark Side: Helping Couples Talk about Breaking Up ______________________________________________________
Saturday, April 8, 2017 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Presenters: Tripp Evans, PhD, LCSW & Gil Consolini, PhD, LCSW
3 CEUs will be offered for this workshop ____________________________________________________
"If you're really at a breaking point, what would life apart look like?" Breaking up is not only hard to do, it's hard to talk about. Both couples and therapists can get stuck on the edge of this emotional cliff. For the couple, the topic can bring up anxiety, attachment issues and denial - and for some, relief. For the therapist, a couple's breakup may trigger a sense of guilt, inadequacy and countertransference issues. What is our role? Don't we want to 'save' the relationship, no matter what?
How do we help couples examine the possibility of 'breaking up'? Is it time to say 'enough is enough', or is there room to reestablish a sense of committment?
This workshop explores how therapists can deal with these difficult feelings and how we can help couples explore the 'dark side' - the possible ending of their relationship.
Please plan to join us! _______________________________________________________________
Fees: $60 for Professionals $25 for Students No fee for TIMH candidates and faculty.
To register by PayPal, please visit our event page. If you'd like to register by phone, please call (212) 627-8181 with your payment information. ______________________________________________________________
Tripp Evans, PhD, LCSW is a faculty member and supervisor in the two-year Couple Therapy Training Program at the Training Institute for Mental Health, and is co-author of a paper on use and misuse of empathy in the couple relationship.
Gil Consolini, PhD, LCSW is a frequent presenter and published author, and formerly was a training analyst and faculty member at the New York Center for Psychoanalytic Training.
Both presenters have been working with couples for more than 20 years, are currently in private practice, and have co-presented previous workshops on couple therapy, including â€˜Nesters and Adventurersâ€™ in the 2016 Mini-Workshop program at TIMH.