Online Course » THR06 Therapeutic Relationship - Crying in Psychotherapy

Course Description:
Therapeutic relationship and crying in therapy.
Course Objective:
This program provides clinicians with the opportunity to learn about:
Types of crying in therapy
The default reason for crying is separation
The three phases of crying: protest; despair; and finally detachment.
The understanding of crying in psychotherapy.

Intended Audience:
Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Therapists
Author Bio:
Judith Kay Nelson, MCSW, Ph.D. is on the faculty of The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy, a Ph.D. program in California, and she maintains a private practice in Berkeley, CA. She has spent many years studying, writing and presenting throughout the United States and Europe on topics related to crying, laughter and attachment. She is the author of Seeing Through Tears: Crying and Attachment published by Routledge in 2005, and numerous articles and chapters on crying, laughter, and attachment. 
Credits:
1.00
Hours:
1.00
Certificates:
ASWB - view details
NBCC - view details

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