I have a really great new workshop coming up on
June 15th, 2018 in Mt. View, California
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Michael’s at Shoreline
2960 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043
Sponsored by the Santa Clara Valley of CAMFT
(California Association of marriage and Family Therapists)
Unlike my usual workshops, which include quite a bit of didactic material and live demonstrations, plus some small group practice, you’ll get a great deal of practice so you can master new skills that can transform you clinical work and your personal life as well. You’ll learn to use the Five Secrets of Effective Communication to transform failed, frustrating relationships into satisfying, trusting ones, and you’ll get plenty of helpful feedback while you learn. You’ll learn how to develop more meaningful and rewarding relationships with your clients as well as the people you care about the most.
I’ll be joined by the brilliant and totally wonderful Kyle Jones, a 3rd year PhD student at Palo Alto University with outstanding clinical skills. Although I’ll be doing the main teaching, Kyle will back me up and help provide helpful feedback to all of you during the small group exercises.
In the morning, we’ll focus on dealing with challenging, difficult clients, and in the afternoon we will take on a far greater challenge: how to deal with challenging, difficult loved ones!
All of that plus:
- Free breakfast
- Free lunch
- 6 CE credits
- Lots of fun while learning!
Click here for registration and further details
At the end of this workshop you will be able to:
- Use the Five Secrets of Effective Communication
- Enhance your communication skills with the Intimacy Exercise
- Transform hostile relationships into trusting, loving ones
- Resolve therapeutic logjams and boost your therapeutic effectiveness
- Communicate with individuals who refuse to talk or open up
- Track therapeutic progress and assess the quality of the therapeutic alliance
- Fail joyfully
- Transform therapeutic failure into success
You will also learn how to deal with clients and others who are:
- Complaining but ignore your efforts to help
- Challenging or provocative
- Unfairly critical of you
- Narcissistic, controlling, or self-centered
- Angry, threatening or violent
- Resistant and oppositional
- Overwhelmingly depressed, panicky, or hopeless
Hope to see you there!
Also coming in Canada in June!
One of my best two-day workshops ever!
Fast, Effective, Drug-Free Treatment for Anxiety Disorders”
A two-day workshop Sponsored by Jack Hirose & Associates
It’s just around the corner–Register Now!
June 4 -5, 2018 Calgary, Canada
June 6 – 7, 2018 Winnipeg, Canada
Mike Christensen and several others will be joining me at both locations to help out with supervision of the small group exercises. You’ll LOVE this workshop and you’ll learn TONS of powerful techniques to treat every type of anxiety.
On the evening of day 1 of each workshop, I will do a live demonstration with someone from the audience who’s been struggling with some type of anxiety, such as social anxiety or public speaking anxiety. Mike Christensen will be my to-therapist. The live work is nearly always the highlight of this workshop.
You’ll learn how to heal your clients and your own feelings of insecurity and self-doubt as well. In fact, on the afternoon of day 2, I will catapult at least two-thirds of the audience into a state of euphoric enlightenment. You can’t beat that!
I greatly appreciate your support, and hope you will continue to spread the word about TEAM-CBT and http://www.feelinggood.com. i am trying hard to reach as many people as possible with my free programming and blogs designed to help individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, and habits and addictions, as well as the therapists who treat them!
* Copyright © 2018 by David D. Burns, MD.
Will this be available by live streaming like your 5/20 workshop ?
Thanks, I’m pretty sure this one is live only. It does not lend itself to online since there is so much small group practice. d
Hi Dr. Burns, thanks for all that you do. You’re a great teacher!
Stanford’s Robert Sapolsky says that depression is biological. Do you agree it has a biological component?
Secondly, I’ve seen data that shows CBT is about 50 percent effective for depression. What does that tell you about the other 50 percent? Thanks so much!
You are right, Matt, on both points. In fact, I’m convinced that just about everything about us has a fairly strong biological component, with strong genetic influences. All treatments, including all forms of psychotherapy that have been tested, and medications as well, have only about 50 percent efficacy. That;’s why I did research to find out why, and also why I developed TEAM-CBT. You can learn about it if you listen to the Feeling Good Podcasts or read my Feeling Good Blogs! All the best, David