Michael McNulty, PhD will be leading a “Gottman Level 1: Bridging the Couple Chasm” sponsored by The University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, Professional Development Program.
Here is the information about that training:
Dates: Friday, April 13 & Saturday, April 14, 2018
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm (both days)
Location: 969 E 60th Street, Chicago
Instructor: Michael McNulty
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 4, 2018
This two-day workshop is an intensive overview of The Gottman Method, an evidenced-based approach to couples therapy. Participants will learn to identify key points in couples’ interactions when interventions will be most effective; strategies to help partners shift from attack to connection; methods to help couples solve their own problems; skills to empower couples to dialogue about their worst gridlocked issues; and tools to support couples’ friendship and intimacy.
Upon conclusion of this workshop, participants will learn:
- How couples really sustain their marriages–in contrast to common myths and misconceptions.
- How the quality of relationships affects the immune system, physical health and well-being.
- How marital problems change over time, but never go away–even in happy couples.
- Proven strategies and tools to help couples successfully manage conflict
- Skills that empower partners to dialogue about their worst gridlocked issues
- Methods to help couples process their fights and heal their hurts
- Techniques for couples to deepen their intimacy and minimize relapse
CEUs will be provided by SSA. Certificates for completing Level I will be awarded through The Gottman Relationship Institute.
*Tuition includes a 300 page manual
To register online, click here: https://ssauchicago.eventsair.com/CEPortal/cs/ce/Calendar?courseCode=18SPGOTTMAN
Download registration to pay by check, click here: http://www.ssa.uchicago.edu/sites/default/files/uploads/PDP_Registration-Form.pdf
Please note this level 1 training is sponsored by The University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration Professional Development Program (SSA), not The Chicago Relationship Center. This information is listed here as a courtesy to help potential participants connect with SSA to register.