ערוץ הוידאו של ISTDP ישראל

ISTDP ישראל - סמינר what's love got to do with it - ISTDP precpecrive עם ד"ר פטרישה קוגלין.

ISTDP ישראל - סמינר what's love got to do with it - ISTDP precpecrive עם ד"ר פטרישה קוגלין.

בקרו באתר של ISTDP ישראל : www.istdp-israel.co.il. המטרה של כל טיפול פסיכותרפיה היא שהמטופל יוכל להרגיש אהבה כלפי עצמו וכלפי הקרובים לו. בסמינר מרתק זה תציג ד"ר פטרישה קוגלין מקרי וידאו מתחילתם ועד סופם בה נראה ונלמד יחד מה מונע מאדם להרגיש את אותן תחושות קרבה ואהבה וכיצד ניתן לסייע לו בטיפול מרגע לרגע להיות במגע ולחוות באופן העמוק ביותר את אהבתו. במכתב ליונג כתב פרויד : "פסיכותפריה היא ריפוי דרך אהבה". בסמינר זה נלמד ביחד באמצעות אותם מקרי וידאו עם מטופלים שונים למה הוא התכוון וכיצד אנו כמטפלים יכולים לעזור למטופלים להרגיש אהבה ולהסיר את המחסומים אשר מונעים מהם קרבה רגישת ואינטימיות. להרשמה מוקדמת: https://eventbuzz.co.il/lp/event/ufpvc What’s love got to do with it? An ISTDP Perspective With Dr Patricia Coughlin https://www.facebook.com/event... - event on Facebook. December 6 and 13, 2021- Israel time -15:00 - 22:00 In a letter to Jung, Freud wrote, “Psychoanalysis is a cure through love”. What did he mean? What does love have to do with the practice of ISTDP? In this two day webinar we discuss the central importance of love in the healing process. Human beings are wired for love and connection. However, loss, disappointment and even abuse in close relationships creates intensely mixed feelings which prove difficult, if not impossible, to bear. Defenses against these painful and guilt laden feelings often become a resistance to closeness which prevents the giving and receiving of love. Unless removed, these defenses and resistances will undermine treatment efforts and perpetuate suffering, resulting in frustrated therapists and patients destined to live lonely, isolated lives. ISTDP is a method of therapy designed to dismantle these defenses and resistances in order to reach the patient and free him to love and be loved. Rilke wrote, “For one human being to love another. That is the most difficult of all our tasks, the last test and proof, the work for which all other work is but preparation.” This is just as true for us, as for our patients. Are we open, available, engaged and responsive or hiding behind our theories and techniques. It is my contention that we must BE the change we seek to facilitate in others. We will discuss and share our experience of love in the therapeutic process. In this webinar, "What's love got to do with it?," we will explore obstacles to love and how to remove them therapeutically. When Davanloo started to innovate, he recorded sessions and reviewed them with patients, once their therapy had concluded. It was during one of these feedback sessions that a patient alerted Davanloo to interpersonal defenses, designed to keep the therapist and others, at an emotional distance. He came to refer to these strategies as "tactical defenses" which operate as a resistance to emotional closeness. Unless such defenses and resistances are recognized and removed, treatment will remain superficial and largely ineffective. We will observe a number of cases in which defenses against emotional closeness figure prominently. We will follow the process from defense to feeling to insight and change in several cases. We will use the case of "Broken Bird" and "The Man with Pain and Depression" and "The Man who couldn't get divorced" to illustrate the process through which the unresolved conflicts from the past block the patient's inability to give and receive love. We will follow a number of cases from beginning to end in order to observe the process of healing wounds that impair our ability to give and receive love. hope to see you with us.
ISTDP ישראל - סמינר "פיתוח הברית הטיפולית המודעת והלא מודעת בטיפול עם ג'ון פרדריקסון וג'ולי קוקרן".

ISTDP ישראל - סמינר "פיתוח הברית הטיפולית המודעת והלא מודעת בטיפול עם ג'ון פרדריקסון וג'ולי קוקרן".

בקרו באתר של ISTDP ישראל : www.istdp-israel.co.il. הצטרפו לסמינר מרתק עם ג'ון פרדריקסון וגו'לי קוקרן: להרשמה: https://eventbuzz.co.il/lp/event/jfpyc?fbclid=IwAR3_6tgVbkDSjATx_xnSi03jiK031RNzbLlk03yny_fAjt7m7tjkZV-gQU0 טיפול פסיכותפריה בגישת ISTDP ובכל טיפול פסיכותפריה המטופל חייב להצהיר על בעיה כדי שתהיה סיבה לקיים את הטיפול. אז חייב זה להיות רצון המטופל לעבוד על הבעיה. אחרת, לא נוכל לעבוד יחד. חרדה חייבת להיות מוסתת כדי שתהיה תחושת בטחון לעבודה משותפת. בנוסף אנו חייבים מטרות חיוביות לעבוד לקראתן אשר יהיו הגיוניות בעיני המטופל, כדי שתהיה מוטיבציה אמיתית להתגייס בעבודת הטיפול. באופן מעניין, תהליך זה מתרחש הן ברמה מודעת והן ברמה לא מודעת. בסמינר זה, יוצגו טיפולים מצולמים של מקרים שונים. ג'ון פרדריקסון וג'ולי קוקרן יראו כיצד לבנות ברית טיפולית מודעת אשר עוזרת למטופלים להתמודד ביחד עם מה שלא ניתן היה להתמודד עמו לבד.
ISTDP Training  Dr Patricia Coughlin Clinical Psychologist, Therapist Dynamic Psychotherapy Training

ISTDP Training Dr Patricia Coughlin Clinical Psychologist, Therapist Dynamic Psychotherapy Training

ISTDP Training w Dr Patricia Coughlin Clinical Psychologist, Dynamic Psychotherapy Training Fundamental-Adv-Supervisor http://www.patriciacoughlin.com/ Patricia Coughlin, PhD- Licensed Clinical Psychologist NEW BOOK: Maximizing Effectiveness in Dynamic Psychotherapy. The best therapists embody the changes they attempt to facilitate in their patients. IN this training video, you will be introduced to the theory and technique of Intensive Short term Dynamic Psychoterhapy, including a clinical example of the standard technique. In other words, they practice what they preach and are an authentic and engaged, as well as highly skilled, presence. Maximizing Effectiveness in Dynamic Psychotherapy demonstrates how and why therapists can and must develop the specific skills and personal qualities required to produce consistently effective results. The six factors now associated with brain change and positive outcome in psychotherapy are front-and-center in this volume. Each is elucidated and illustrated with detailed, verbatim case transcripts. In addition, a method of treatment that incorporates all these key factors — Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) — is introduced to the reader. Therapists of every stripe can learn to develop and integrate the clinical skills presented in this book in order to improve their interventions, enhance effectiveness, and, ultimately, help more patients in a deeper and more-lasting fashion. Hardcover • Paperback • Kindle e-book About Dr. Patricia Coughlin Patricia Coughlin (Della Selva), Ph.D., is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 35 years of clinical experience. She has held faculty positions at Northwestern University Medical School, Albany Medical College, and the Thomas Jefferson School of Medicine. Currently she is Clinical Faculty at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. Over the past 20 years she has written professionally, given presentations at professional conferences and conducted workshops for mental health professionals internationally. Currently, she is conducting training groups in New York, Australia, Denmark, and Poland. Her first book, Intensive Short term Dynamic Psychotherapy: Theory and Technique, is considered a classic in the field. Dr. Coughlin's book Lives Transformed was written in collaboration with Dr. David Malan, and published in 2006 by Karnac Books. Her newest book, Maximizing Therapeutic Effectiveness in Dynamic Psychotherapy, was published in July 2016 by Routledge. Education Dr. Coughlin obtained her undergraduate degree from the Honors College at Ohio University (1976), where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and won the Distinguished Professor Award for outstanding undergraduate student in Psychology. She went on to obtain a Masters degree (1978) and Doctorate (1980) in Clinical Psychology from Syracuse University. Her residency was completed at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. Upon completion of her residency, Dr. Coughlin was asked to join the faculty and was named Chief Psychologist of the Rehabilitation Program at the Institute of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She maintained a private practice in Chicago from 1981 through 1987. Dr. Coughlin moved to Toronto, Ontario Canada in 1987 and began her training in Intensive Short term Dynamic Psychotherapy in 1988 — first at the Ontario Institute, then at the Institute in Rochester, New York; and finally in Montreal, Quebec with Dr. Davanloo, the creator of this method of psychotherapy. Dr. Coughlin currently maintains a private practice in Albany, New York. Maximizing Therapeutic Effectiveness Immersion Course