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January 2021

What Every Psychotherapist Needs to Know About Divorce: Know the Factors that Create Good Break Ups
– Stephen H. Sulmeyer, JD, PhD [CLASS]

Sat January 23, 2021 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
$100 – $110.00
Stephen H. Sulmeyer

Narrative: Divorce has traditionally been viewed as a battle, fought by vicious litigators who specialize in scorched-earth tactics, that leaves both of the parties, and especially their children, as the losers in the process.  A great deal of excellent research has been done on the effects of such battles on the parties and the children, with which clinicians need to be conversant.  At the same time, the ways in which couples divorce has been changing continually since the advent of…

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April 2021

Creating Triangular Space and Promoting Symbolic Thinking in Psychdynamic Therapy
– Helen Schoenhals Hart, PsyD [CLASS]

Sat April 3, 2021 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Embassy Suites, 101 McInnis Parkway
San Rafael, CA 94903 United States
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$100 – $110
Dr. Helen Schoenhals Hart

Narrative:   In this workshop we will be examining how we can help our clients to feel understood, while simultaneously promoting their ability to think symbolically – a necessary prerequisite for being able to handle the emotional dilemmas they present.  We will first learn about Ronald Britton’s concept of triangular space and what this looks like in the clinical setting. Helen Schoenhals Hart will then show us how she applies this concept in order to develop what she calls the…

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May 2021

White Privilege and Racism: How to Address It in the Therapy Room
– Lane Arye, PhD & Annie Chen, LMFT [CLASS]

Sat May 1, 2021 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
CIP Group Room, 1330 Lincoln Ave # 201
San Rafael, CA 94901 United States
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$100 – $110
Lane Arye, Ph.D

The legacy of colonialism and white supremacy manifests in the therapeutic relationship as unconscious bias, microaggressions, white fragility, and internalized oppression within our work with clients. These dynamics can show up in the therapeutic relationship whether we are aware of them or not. They can lead to disconnection, conflict, and empathic failure, and can prolong the pain our clients feel as a result of racial oppression. They can also contribute to racism and exclusion within our profession. In this training…

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