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Couple Therapy Intensive Payment

Sometimes there is just no time to waste. For couples in crisis or couples just wanting to get down to work in a concentrated time frame, we offer several options for more intensive couples therapy. Schedule your 1-day (6 hours) or 2-day-plus intensive.

Couple Therapy Intensive Payment2019-08-07T21:44:17+00:00

Joseph Winn

Joseph Winn LICSW, CST-S received his MSW from The Boston University School of Social Work in 1995. Joe has completed extensive post-graduate

Joseph Winn2019-07-17T19:53:17+00:00

Orienting to the Strengths and Challenges of Relational Therapy with LGBTQQIA +, Gender Non-Conforming, Kinky, Polyamorous, Swingers, and Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships and Identities

With greater frequency, clinicians are engaging relational systems that identify as LGBTQQIA +, gender non-conforming, kinky, polyamorous, swingers, and consensually non-monogamous. These

Orienting to the Strengths and Challenges of Relational Therapy with LGBTQQIA +, Gender Non-Conforming, Kinky, Polyamorous, Swingers, and Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships and Identities2019-08-20T13:58:55+00:00

Daniel J. Wiener

Daniel J. Wiener, PhD, RDT/BCT is licensed psychologist who taught Marriage and Family Therapy for 23 years as a Professor at Central

Daniel J. Wiener2019-07-14T20:51:47+00:00

Supporting Families with Gender Diverse Youth

Cultural competency, sensitivity training, and best practices are essential to understanding the complex mental health and development needs of transgender and nonbinary

Supporting Families with Gender Diverse Youth2019-08-08T14:57:00+00:00

Two of Them, One of Me: The Art of Holding Two Perspectives in Couples Therapy

When: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 12-1:30pm (est)
Instructor: Nancy Knudsen, LMFT
Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
CE's: 1.5 CE's approved for Social Workers and Lic. Psychologists
This live webinar with Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Nancy Knudsen, explains how doing effective therapy with more than one person in the room is a whole different endeavor from working with an individual. Hosted by the Smith College School for Social Work.

Two of Them, One of Me: The Art of Holding Two Perspectives in Couples Therapy2019-07-08T19:57:33+00:00