Emotional Process Work in a Multi-Therapy Context

Emotional Process Work in a Multi-Therapy Context

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Join internationally known author, presenter and therapist Dr Daniel Short and learn practical techniques to introduce emotional processing skills to your client effectively at intermediate and advanced levels.

  

“Emotional Processing” is a type of natural healing, almost like a second immune system protecting us from emotional distress. But not everybody processes events successfully, there are some elements that can hinder emotional processing. This can contribute towards psychological disorder or psychogenic conditions. Some people lack processing ability and they relive painful experiences and return to distressing feelings over and over again. They are not able to process or reduce the emotions associated with those events.  These individuals then experience relapse, night terrors, phobias or other extreme reactions.

 

In this unique online course recording, Dr Short will teach you about:

  • Creating emotional connectivity and productivity
  • Genuine empathy versus emotional contagion
  • Training emotional responses so they become means to a valued end and purpose
  • Functional value of a given emotional experience
  • Emotional fluency and fluidity
  • Increased cognitive understanding of emotional processes
  • Somatic experiencing of emotions
  • Reframing and creating new meanings of emotions and events
  • How therapists should work at each sessions in order to foster emotional fitness in clients
  • How to help clients switch emotions from an incompatible emotion to a more desired emotion.

 

Dr Short will draw from his knowledge and experience in evidence-based modalities as well as from his expertise in Ericksonian based practices.

 

You will feel confident and ready to utilise these techniques immediately the very next day and, most importantly, you will train your client in becoming resilient and emotionally immune to distressing events, equipping your client with these skills for life.

  1. Creating emotional connectivity and productivity
  2. Genuine empathy versus emotional contagion
  3. Training emotional responses so they become means to a valued end and purpose
  4. Functional value of a given emotional experience
  5. Emotional fluency and fluidity
  6. Increased cognitive understanding of emotional processes
  7. Somatic experiencing of emotions
  8. Reframing and creating new meanings of emotions and events
  9. How therapists should work at each sessions in order to foster emotional fitness in clients
  10. How to help clients switch emotions from an incompatible emotion to a more desired emotion

Daniel Short, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist internationally recognized for his work in short-term therapy , Ericksonian hypnosis, and anger and domestic violence. He devotes most of his time to a private practice in Scottsdale, AZ, while also writing and teaching to professional audiences around the globe.

 

Dr. Short is a member of the Graduate Faculty at Argosy University and is affiliated with a clinic where he supervises graduate interns. His training is diverse, having graduated with a Master’s in counselling from the University of North Texas, a doctoral degree in counselling psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; followed by an internship at an APA accredited program in Houston, TX. Dr. Short is the lead author of Hope and Resiliency (2005), which has been translated into Spanish, French, German and Italian. His book, Transformational Relationships (2010), is a vital resource for therapists who want state-of-the-art information on what works in psychotherapy. As a counselor in a domestic violence intervention program, Dr. Short established new innovative methods of treatment and was recognized as have created a model program and eventually elected to the Texas Council on Family Violence. Later, Dr. Short worked with students at the University of Massachusetts with substance abuse issues and at the University of North Texas with angry and violent individuals. Dr. Short has worked in the public schools as a school psychologist for students with behavioural and emotional problems. He now teaches at institutes around the world.

  

Dr. Short’s many years of interest, research and analysis of the work of Milton H. Erickson, M.D., complemented by his tenure as associate director of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation and five years as editor of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter make him a serious scholar on the subject of Erickson’s work. Dr. Short has served as faculty for conferences hosting therapists from around the world and has published numerous professional papers.

6 Learning hours.

  

This online workshop will give you instant access to 12 pre-recorded seminar sessions, accessible via streaming on our website, as well as downloads for supplemental materials. You can view the course content in your own time, there is no time limit on access. If you require an extension after this time, please contact our office for assistance.

  

A certificate of completion will be generated upon finishing the course and completing a 20-question multiple-choice assessment quiz. Please consult your professional organisation/association to confirm whether you are able to claim any CPD points/hours for this online workshop.