Working with Angry clients

Anger can be one of the most challenging emotions for therapists to work with. Clients can present with critical, entitled, ruminative, avoidant, explosive and unexpressed anger.

This workshop will give clinicians an opportunity to fine tune their skills in formulating and working therapeutically with anger, as well as understanding their own schema activation.

Working with Shame

Shame has many “faces” and can be hard to shift and difficult to work with. Shame can be fuelled by or held in various modes, creating “shame cycles”. Adequate intervention requires accurate assessment.

This workshop considers the survival strategy associated with shame states, its many manifestations, including somatic presentations, autonomic arousal Indicators, and shame dynamics inrelationships.

Processing shame within the therapeutic relationship and work shopping limited reparenting “resistance” is discussed.

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