Dates & Locations
DoubleTree Raleigh Brownstone-University
1707 Hillsborough St.
Raleigh, NC 27605
November 1-2, 2017
Atlanta Marriott Century Center
2000 Century Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30345
November 3-4, 2017
DoubleTree by Hilton Denver-Westminster
8773 Yates Drive
Westminster, CO 80031
October 30-31, 2017
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$347 Early Registration (received 14 days prior to workshop)
$377 Regular Registration (received within 14 days of workshop)
$397 Onsite Registration (space permitting)
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PLEASE NOTE: This advanced workshop includes descriptions, videotapes, audiotapes, and/or reenactments of actual therapy sessions. Some of the case material may contain graphic descriptions of violence, sexual activity, or other content which could be disturbing, especially to participant who themselves have had similar experiences. The workshop is intended for healthy professionals and advanced students, who participate in at their own risk. If you find portions of the program upsetting, or if you need assistance for any other reason, please notify the instructor or program coordinator.
We all find ourselves at odds with family members, friends, and colleagues from time to time. Why is it sometimes so hard to get close to the people we care about? And why do so many of our clients persistently fight and complain about friends or family members, even when we provide them with outstanding tools to overcome those conflicts?
Dr. Burns argues that effective relationship therapy cannot simply involve a series of techniques designed to enhance intimacy and communication, no matter how sensible or helpful those techniques might seem to be. That’s because darker and more devious motives compete with our desires for loving, joyous relationships. The failure to deal with those motives is the most common cause of therapeutic failure. In the workshop, Dr. Burns will illustrate powerful TEAM-CBT techniques for working with individuals as well as couples with troubled relationships. He will give you the opportunity to work on a conflict you’ve experienced with a friend, family member, colleague or patient so that you can gain a personal perspective as well as a deeper clinical understanding of these new techniques. Teaching methods will include didactic presentations, Q&A, practice exercises, and live demonstrations.
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By the end of this workshop you should be able to:
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Course Completion Requirements:
Online CE/CME Certificates are only available for those attending the seminar in its entirety. To be eligible to print your CE/CME Certificate online, you are required to sign in and out on the roster each day of the workshop, attend the course in full, and submit an evaluation. Registrants who do not want to complete this process online may pick up a paper form to complete onsite from the registration desk. Please pick up paper forms at the registration desk.
If you have completed a course prior to May 2017, please see our FAQ page for instructions on how to take your evaluation and download your certificate.
You can follow these simple steps in order to obtain your certificate online:
***Please Note: No partial CE/CME credit will be awarded.