Do you have clients or loved ones who
- Never listen?
- Refuse to talk or open up?
- Unfairly criticize you?
- Constantly complain but ignore your efforts to help?
- Are narcissistic, controlling, or self-centered?
- Are resistant and oppositional?
- Are overwhelmingly depressed, panicky, angry, or hopeless?
Would you like to enjoy greater satisfaction in your clinical work and more loving relationships with the people you care about?
Attend this Exciting Workshop this Friday—
A Day of Intimacy Training!
HOW TO DEVELOP STRONGER, DEEPER RELATIONSHIPS WITH CLIENTS, COLLEAGUES, AND LOVED ONES
by David Burns, MD, with Kyle Jones
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Michael’s at Shoreline
2960 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043
Sponsored by the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of CAMFT
(California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists)
In this exciting workshop, you’ll learn how to develop more meaningful and rewarding relationships with your clients as well as the people you care about the most, and you’ll get plenty of helpful feedback while you learn. I’ll be joined by the brilliant and totally wonderful Kyle Jones, a 3rd year PhD student at Palo Alto University. Although I’ll be doing the main teaching, Kyle will help me 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!