Online Course » ATT02 Attachment - Clinical Context

Course Description:
The purpose of this module is to present an in-depth session in attachment patterns patient history and self-awareness on the part of the therapist. 
Course Objective:
This program provides clinicians with the opportunity to learn about:

Recognize how the therapeutic relationship is impacted by the attachment styles of patient and therapist.
How to use this relationship to achieve positive outcomes

Intended Audience:
Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Therapists 
Author Bio:
DAVID J. WALLIN, Ph.D. David Wallin, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Albany, CA and Mill Valley,CA. A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College who received his doctorate from the Wright Institute, he has been practicing, teaching and writing about psychotherapy for nearly three decades. He is the author of Attachment in Psychotherapy (Guilford, 2007) and coauthor (with Stephen Goldbart) of Mapping the Terrain of the Heart: Passion, Tenderness, and the Capacity to Love (Jason Aronson, 1996). He has lectured on attachment and psychotherapy throughout the United States and taught for The Wright Institute, the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, and the extension programs of the University of California and the California School of Professional Psychology.

Credits:
1.00
Hours:
1.00
Certificates:
ASWB - view details
NBCC - view details

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Unit Price
$22.33




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