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Level 1 Clinical Training - Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Bridging the Couples Chasm
Dr. McNulty will be teaching a live online version of Gottman Level 1 through the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration's Professional Development Program. This training will be taught over 4 Wednesday mornings, March, 3, 10, 17, and 24, 2021 from 9 AM - 1 PM. For more information and to register, click here
Level 3 Clinical Training - Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Practicum
April 9-11, 2021 10 to 6 PM CST
Presented by Mike McNulty, PhD & Sinead Smyth LMFT
Online, Live Training
No Gottman Level 2 Trainings scheduled at this time.
Dates to be determined by March 1, 2021. Please check back at that time.
Michael McNulty, PhD, LCSW - Biography
Michael McNulty has over twenty five years experience in counseling and psychotherapy. He has extensive training in psychoanalytically informed psychotherapy. He blends this background with contemporary evidenced based approaches, such as The Gottman Method of Relationship Therapy. His clients, students and colleagues often characterize his style as humanistic and collaborative.
Michael was personally trained by Drs. John and Julie Gottman. In his work as a Senior Certified Gottman Relationship Therapist and Master Trainer, Michael conducts trainings for other professionals in The Gottman Method. He facilitates Art & Science of Love couples’ workshops, and acts as consultant to the Gottman Institute's professional development program. Michael has also presented three times at The Annual Gottman Conference on working with couples when one partner suffers from attention deficit disorder (ADD), and on bringing with The Gottman Method to Sri Lanka.
Other topics of relationship expertise include infidelity, divorce, and pre-marital counseling.
Michael has taught graduate level psychology and social work students and trained clinicians at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, The University of Chicago School Social Service Administration's Professional Development Program, and The Institute for Clinical Social Work.
Since the tsunami of 2004, he has traveled Sri Lanka 18 times to teach Sinhalese and Tamil lay counselors coursework on basic counseling skills. In 2009, Michael was a named a Fulbright Senior Specialist and received funding for his work in Sri Lanka in 2009-2010.
He has also presented on the The Gottman Method at Northshore University Health System’s Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Louisiana State University School of Social Work (Baton Rouge) The Center on Halsted (Chicago), and The Illinois Psychological Association. He has presented on other topics to various agencies and groups in the Chicago area.
He is a graduate (MSW, 1986) of the The Catholic University of America and the (PhD, 2000) Institute for Clinical Social Work (PhD).