Dissolve Shame to Bypass Treatment Barriers – Module 1, 2, 3, and 4 - NO CE

Susan Warren Warshow, LMFT
CE Hours: 8

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Online Course - No CE: $245.00
This course does not include CE.

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Watch the Intro Video

 

Course Description

Dissolve Shame to Bypass Treatment Barriers Module 1, 2, 3, and 4

Session Recordings and Analysis

 

Shame expert, Susan Warren Warshow, creator of Dynamic Emotion Focused Therapy (DEFT), presents several treatment sessions with a depressed man over a 9-month period. 

 

This is a recording of a 4-part webinar series and includes lecture, recorded psychotherapy sessions and Q&A with webinar participants. 

 

Both therapeutic partners are likely to face shame within themselves on their joint journey. This program takes a closer look at those moments when shame can cause either the client or therapist to avoid the risks necessary to spark change. Learn specific shame-sensitive interventions when addressing common self-protective strategies that block emotional intimacy.

  • Identify how shame restricts both client and therapist
  • Employ "shame sensitivity” to access unconscious emotion
  • Apply specific skills to engage a collaborative partnership
  • Utilize the Healing Triad when working with treatment barriers
  • Explain the Therapeutic Transfer of Compassion for Self

Susan Warren Warshow, LCSW, LMFT, is the developer of the Dynamic Emotion Focused Therapy Institute (DEFT), an ongoing training program for mental health professionals in Los Angeles. Her new book, Master the Moment: A Therapist’s Handbook to Dissolve Shame and Defense will be released by Routledge, Spring 2021. Susan presents at conferences and workshops nationally and internationally and conducts training programs and private supervision in L.A. She is on the faculty of the Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy Institute and is a Certified International Experiential Dynamic Therapy Association (IEDTA) Teacher/Supervisor. Susan has published five articles in the Ad Hoc Bulletin of Short-Term Psychotherapy. She helped establish L.A.’s first child abuse hotline and coordinated over 100 presentations on child abuse and neglect to organizations throughout L.A.County.

 

Susan has an online practice with an office in Woodland Hills, CA, treating individuals and couples and specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship issues and self-harming personality traits.

 

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