Everyone has opinions about love, sex, and relation-ships–which poses a special challenge for therapists.
These innovative, thought-provoking talks focus on the structure of therapeutic interactions: What do we know about love, intimacy, and sex–and the relationship between them? How can we help clients overcome the extraordinary myths continually thrown at them by the media? How can therapists recognize and minimize these influences on our work?
Marty discusses various beliefs therapists have about love, intimacy, power, anger, and loss, and shows how they affect our work. He also presents creative ways of thinking about clients’ decision-making, so you can better help clients change.
Regardless of your clinical orientation or style, these lectures will make you laugh, think–and work more effectively with both couples and individuals.