What is shame? What are some common triggers for shame? How do to the two genders experience shame differently? How do we recognize shame in ourselves and others? How do we reduce shame in ourselves and others? In this lecture, Susan will answer these questions and more.
This lecture discusses principles that can be used to help overcome common barriers that impede therapeutic movement. Helping the client to connect to personally meaningful therapeutic goals is one such mobilizing force. From this lecture: "We need to help the client become viscerally connected to something she passionately wants in therapy. That is the engine of treatment.”
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Susan presents When Therapy Stalls at SFV CAMFT
Susan presents Shame and Sexual Desire
Susan's Interview: Experiential Psychotherapy Institute