Treating Self-Criticism with Attachment-Based Compassion Therapy
(Webinar)

October 8, 2015 (Thursday)

Many clients are highly self-critical, which interferes with them making positive changes in their lives. They are often depressed and frequently anxious. Their self-criticism is sometimes motivated by a desperate need to perform well enough to earn the approval of others. It is also sometimes part of an effort to meet unrealistically high standards they set for themselves.

Using an attachment-based compassion therapy perspective, Dr. Becker-Phelps will provide you with an effective framework and necessary tools to help these treatment-resistant clients overcome their harsh self-judgments. By guiding clients to develop compassionate self-awareness (self-awareness and self-compassion), they can learn to more fully understand their self-criticism, tolerate their distress, and transform their self-attacking into self-compassion.

Audience: Mental Health Professionals (continuing education credits)

Location:        webinar
Time:              2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (US/Eastern)

Register with Cross Country Education by clicking here or calling them at 800-397-0180.



Treating Self-Criticism with Attachment-Based Compassion Therapy
(Webinar)

October 14, 2015 (Wednesday)

Many clients are highly self-critical, which interferes with them making positive changes in their lives. They are often depressed and frequently anxious. Their self-criticism is sometimes motivated by a desperate need to perform well enough to earn the approval of others. It is also sometimes part of an effort to meet unrealistically high standards they set for themselves.

Using an attachment-based compassion therapy perspective, Dr. Becker-Phelps will provide you with an effective framework and necessary tools to help these treatment-resistant clients overcome their harsh self-judgments. By guiding clients to develop compassionate self-awareness (self-awareness and self-compassion), they can learn to more fully understand their self-criticism, tolerate their distress, and transform their self-attacking into self-compassion.

Audience: Mental Health Professionals (continuing education credits)

Location:        Webinar
Time:              10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (US/Eastern)

Register with Cross Country Education by clicking here or calling them at 800-397-0180.



Building Secure Attachment: Integrating Self-Compassion, Self-Awareness, & Mindfulness

October 21, 2015

Restore your clients’ ability to develop healthy relationships and improve treatment outcomes with Attachment-Based Compassion Therapy. Leave with tools to enable clients to improve affect regulation, tolerate emotions, and establish self-worth.

Audience: Mental Health Professionals (continuing education credits)

Location:        Jackson, MS
Time:             8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Register with Cross Country Education by clicking here or calling them at 800-397-0180.



Building Secure Attachment: Integrating Self-Compassion, Self-Awareness, & Mindfulness

October 22, 2015

Restore your clients’ ability to develop healthy relationships and improve treatment outcomes with Attachment-Based Compassion Therapy. Leave with tools to enable clients to improve affect regulation, tolerate emotions, and establish self-worth.

Audience: Mental Health Professionals (continuing education credits)

Location:        Baton Rouge, LA
Time:             8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Register with Cross Country Education by clicking here or calling them at 800-397-0180.




Building Secure Attachment: Integrating Self-Compassion, Self-Awareness, & Mindfulness

October 23, 2015

Restore your clients’ ability to develop healthy relationships and improve treatment outcomes with Attachment-Based Compassion Therapy. Leave with tools to enable clients to improve affect regulation, tolerate emotions, and establish self-worth.

Audience: Mental Health Professionals (continuing education credits)

Location:        New Orleans, LA
Time:             8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Register with Cross Country Education by clicking here or calling them at 800-397-0180.


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