Working with Dilemmas

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Working with Dilemmas

35.00

This is a 3-part video series by Craig Penner, LMFT.

1 hour 49 minutes.

Dilemmas Part 1  28:38 min

Dilemmas Part 2 - 40:33

Dilemmas Part 3 - 40:15

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Dilemmas are inherent in almost every therapy session. Therapists and clients alike may not notice them. Therapists may bypass issues that have therapeutic value.

In this webinar, Craig Penner, LMFT will discuss the dynamics of working with dilemmas in therapy.

• Effectively notice and frame dilemmas that get exposed during therapy sessions.

• Create useful leverage that can help clients engage in their own struggles.

• Learn to use “the heat” inherent in these dilemmas from a non-interpretive, neutral stance.

• Track the somatic responses that may manifest from these dilemmas to facilitate a “working through” that includes nervous system activation.

• Learn what to look for when identifying dilemmas and what to do when clients only present “half” of the problem.

• Find out why pacing and noticing sequences is important.

• Learn how the “Window of Tolerance” is relevant when dealing with dilemmas.

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Dilemmas are inherent in almost every therapy session.  Therapists and clients alike may not notice them.  Therapists may bypass issues that have therapeutic value.

In this 1 hour 49 min -minute webinar, Craig Penner, LMFT will discuss the dynamics of working with dilemmas in therapy.

• Effectively notice and frame dilemmas that get exposed during therapy sessions.

• Create useful leverage that can help clients engage in their own struggles.

•  Learn to use “the heat” inherent in these dilemmas from a non-interpretive, neutral stance.

• Track the somatic responses that may manifest from these dilemmas to facilitate a “working through” that includes nervous system activation.

• Learn what to look for when identifying dilemmas and what to do when clients only present “half” of the problem.

•  Find out why pacing and noticing sequences is important.

•  Learn how the “Window of Tolerance” is relevant when dealing with dilemmas.