The Bader-Pearson Developmental Model
Would like to strengthen your couples therapy skills so that you can feel like a confident, powerful leader in your sessions?
How about learning a strong, proven blueprint so that you can masterfully help your couples reach their relationship goals and more?
If so, then this 2 day virtual workshop is for you!
This will be a rich opportunity see your couples through the lens of the Developmental Model of Couples Therapy– a model designed to get the root, facilitating the satisfying, lasting growth that couples are truly seeking.
It doesn’t matter whether you have been in practice for 3 or 30 years – this workshop teaches you key concepts, tools and clinical interventions from the Developmental Model that create effective and real change. Imagine feeling more confident as an effective leader in the room, knowing exactly how to structure your sessions for optimum success, and moving your couples forward with incisive developmental assists!
This comprehensive workshop content includes:
- An overview of the Developmental Model
- Powerful assessments, handouts and interventions that you can use immediately with your couples
- Methods for setting effective goals in couples therapy
- Assessment and treatment for the Hostile-Angry couple
- Assessment and treatment for the Conflict-Avoidant couple
- How to use the Initiator-Inquirer process as both a diagnostic tool & powerful intervention.
- Utilizing the Gestalt-2 Chair technique to facilitate powerful insights and transformations
- And much more!
Learning modalities include:
- Teaching (with an accompanying workbook)
- Group discussion
- Case studies
- Small group experiential exercises
- Role plays / transcripts
- Video demonstrations of Dr’s Ellyn Bader & Peter Pearson applying these tools and techniques with couples.
You will learn in a small group setting with other therapists who are committed to quality care through intelligent, leading edge approaches, integrating developmental, differentiation and neuro-scientific theories of change & interpersonal growth with your toughest couples.
The best thing about this training opportunity is that it demands very little of your time, is cost-effective, yet has the power to transform your work with couples forever.
I look forward to working together and supporting your effectiveness as a couples therapist!
Date and Time: April 16th – 17th from 10 AM to 4 PM (with 1 hour off for lunch both days)
Location: Virtually over Zoom
Includes: Admission for both days & a workbook containing training materials and handouts
You can learn more about our instructor, Michelle Joy, MFT here: https://michellejoymft.com/about-us/
What past attendees are saying:
“Michelle is a vibrant, compassionate and very knowledgeable therapist. In addition to her many years of experience, she offers couples and individuals so many opportunities to grow stronger, happier, and more authentically themselves.” ~Gail Gabriel, MFT
“Michelle is a highly skilled teacher. Her style is clear, informative and well paced. I particularly like the way she models excellent communication skills by encouraging audience participation. On many occasions I have heard other couples therapists attribute their confidence in teaching this process to the clarity and detail of Michelle’s presentation.” ~Nancy St. John, Marriage & Relationship Counselor
“I am a much better and more capable couples therapist as a result of your great teaching. I had a good overview when I started, but not a sense of exactly how to put it all into practice. Michelle was great at giving all of us the deeper level knowledge and skill development to practice the model well.” ~ Richard Litvak
Office located in Menlo Park, CA.