Finding Peace Amid Political Turmoil – Dr. Dan Gottlieb and Lori Volpe
Dates: Tuesdays, January 14, 21, 28, February 4, and Monday, March 2, 2020
Time: 7 – 9 pm
Location: Yoga for Living, 1926 Greentree Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ
March 2nd follow up session at another Cherry Hill location
Registration: Register through Opening In. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for PayPal button. Or send check to Opening In, 1926 Greentree Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ 08003.
Climate change, guns, immigration, hatred and division, fear of an unpredictable future … today’s socio-political environment is creating much suffering. Together, we’ll use mindfulness and emotional regulation techniques to care for our minds, bodies and hearts and learn to navigate the news of disturbing world events more skillfully, finding a greater sense of ease. The practical skills you will acquire can also be used in other aspects of your life. All points of view are welcome.
The History of Psychotherapy: Observations from a 50-Year Career
PRESENTED BY DAN GOTTLIEB, PHD ON 02-14-2020 AT 9 A.M. PACIFIC (NOON EASTERN) TO 11 A.M. PACIFIC (2 P.M. EASTERN)
When Dr. Dan Gottlieb wrote his thesis on treating test anxiety through Systematic Desensitization by Reciprocal Inhibition, he was a devoted follower of the technique. As such, he thought this method could cure everything. That is, until he treated his first patient who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia 35 years earlier. He was 23 years old at the time.
In this 2-hour continuing education web conference, Dan Gottlieb, PhD will discuss some of what he has learned in his 50 years as a therapist. Dr. Gottlieb will describe what psychotherapy looked like in 1969 near the advent of the behavioral therapy of Joseph Wolpe, to the Family Therapy of Salvador Minuchin, through over 100 new techniques to today.
Dr. Gottlieb will also discuss how several significant traumas shaped his life and his practice. He will discuss how his experience of the therapeutic relationship changed dramatically after he became a quadriplegic 40 years ago. Finally, Dr. Gottlieb will discuss how his career shifted from overvaluing what little he knew to paying homage to everything he doesn’t know. Dr. Gottlieb will describe how that opens the door to greeting patients with an open heart and a curious mind.
This introductory instructional level web conference is designed to help clinicians:
- Discuss what psychotherapy looked like 50 years ago.
- Compare how techniques can be both helpful and harmful.
- Explain the progression of the field and of the therapist after 5 decades.
- Describe how our lives are changed by the therapeutic relationship.
- Prepare to approach new clients with an “open heart and curious mind”.
Statement of program materials accuracy, utility and risks: This program is consistent with the American Psychological Association code of ethics. To the best of the presenter’s knowledge, these observations are accurate and up to date. However, misapplication of these suggestions may not be helpful at best or harmful at worst.
Declaration of conflicts of interest and commercial support: This presenter conducts trainings, provides clinical services and has written books related to the content of this program.
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How the Web Conference Works
Before the scheduled event, all registered attendees will be sent a reminder email from GoodTherapy with specific instructions on how to log in to the web conference center, as well as links to optional handout materials if applicable.
To attend the event, registered attendees will log in to the web conference center using a computer or device (smartphone or tablet with internet access) and calling into the teleconference line on a phone. Attendees will be able to ask live audio questions via phone and/or submit text chat questions via their computer or device. Attendees who are logged in to the event center will be able to see the live streaming video and/or document sharing. Alternatively, attendees may dial into the teleconference line only, though attendees dialing in by phone only will be unable to ask questions.
At the conclusion of this event, participants will receive an email with information about how to request a CE certificate in your GoodTherapy Account. To confirm attendance, participants must enter the start and end codes announced at the beginning and end of the live presentation. Participants will also be prompted to complete an online survey evaluating the event. Participants will need to complete this online survey within six days after the event. Once completed, participants will be able to download a copy of their CE certificate instantly.
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Continuing Education (CE) Information
2 CE contact hours will be provided by GoodTherapy for attending this web conference in its entirety.
To receive CE credit hours for a recorded event, you will need to complete a survey as well as a 15-question exam, verifying that you listened to or watched the event in its entirety. Recorded CE events are generally considered “homestudy” by licensing boards.
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GoodTherapy is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. GoodTherapy maintains responsibility for this program and its content. GoodTherapy.org received APA approval in May 2011. Events after 2011 may meet APA requirements for Continuing Education credits.
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Mental health professionals who are not members can attend this live web conference for $29.95 or access the homestudy recording for $14.95. Sign up here to purchase this CE course and earn a CE certificate.
Here is a sample of some previous lectures:
- University of Colorado Medical School, lecture on The Vulnerable Therapist, Grand Rounds on the Tyranny of Technique – September 28, 2019
- National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), Burlington County chapter: “The Human Voice beyond the Diagnosis.” May 2019
- New Church Live: “Vulnerability, Shame, and Intimacy”. December 2018
- Lecture for medical students at the Philadelphia Art Museum: “Creativity and Mental Illness.” September 2017
- Several years ago I was flown to Taiwan to be honored by their president with the ” Fervent Love of Life Award.”
- In July 2017, I was asked to speak at the Taiwanese Embassy in New York about how adversity can translate to love.
- Interfaith meeting: “Finding Self Compassion in Today’s Political Turmoil.” June 2017
- Philadelphia Council for Aging: “Finding Compassion for Our Aging Bodies and Brains” February 2017
- In addition, there were two TEDx talks and many hundreds of lectures worldwide prior to these.