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Gottman Level 1 Training

  • 29 Sep 2022
  • Hilton Garden Inn, Sandy 277 W Sego Lily Dr, Sandy, UT 84070

Gottman Level 1 Training 

This training is for mental health providers, allied professionals and clergy, students and interns, family clinic staff, professors/teachers of couples therapy, researchers in the social sciences, and employee assistance professionals. There are no prerequisites.

The two-day immersive workshop to be equipped with new methods and tools to help couples break the cycle’s of relationship struggle including criticism, defensiveness, contempt and stonewalling

DAY 1                                              

7:30 am: Check-In

8:30 am: The Research: What Makes Relationships Succeed or Fail?(2)

10:30am: Break

10:45am: How to Assess a Relationship (1.25)

12:00pm: Lunch (on your own)

1:30pm: Training: The Assessment Sessions 1-2(1.5)

3:00pm: Break

3:15pm- 5:00pm: Training: The Assessment Session 3 + Film, Q&A (1.75)                                                 

                                                        DAY 2                                              

7:30 am: Check-In

8:30 am: Training: Introduction to Interventions(2)

10:30am: Break

10:45am: Training: Conflict Management, Q&A(1.25)

12:00pm: Lunch (on your own)

1:30pm: Training: Building Friendship and Shared Meaning(1.5)

3:00pm: Break

3:15pm- 4:30pm: Training: Process of the Therapy, What’s Next(1.25)

The therapy is designed to help people at any stage of their relationship and regardless of race, class, or cultural identity. Research has shown it is also effective for same-sex couples

Research-based assessments and effective interventions to help understand couples’ struggles.

Strategies and tools to help couples successfully manage conflict.

Skills that empower couples to dialogue about their worst gridlocked issues by uncovering their underlying dreams, history & values.

Methods to help couples process their fights and heal their hurts.

Techniques for couples to deepen their intimacy and minimize relapse.

The Gottman Method can even help couples who don't feel their level of conflict is problematic but are looking to understand their relationship better. While it also helps those struggling in their relationships. It is a very widely known method and many look for counselors that are trained in this method. 

Register here.

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