Redecision therapy is a powerful, short-term treatment approach that effectively treats a number of difficulties including depression, anxiety, panic, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and early trauma. It integrates cognitive, behavioral, and affective work in a brief, but in-depth, approach. It is an action-oriented method that elicits the power and autonomy of the client and facilitates change in a fun and exciting way. This workshop will focus on mastering this approach with ample opportunities for practice and personal work using video supervision. Come experience the effectiveness of this powerful and exciting approach. This workshop is required as part of the Redecision Therapy Certification Program.
This workshop is required as part of the Redecision Therapy Certification Program. Redecision Therapy is the primary therapeutic approach taught at the Southeast Institute. It is a highly effective short-term therapy approach that combines behavioral, cognitive, and affective work. It was developed by Robert Goulding, M.D. and Mary Goulding, M.S.W., as a result of their work with Fritz Perls, M.D. and Eric Berne, M.D. in the early ‘60’s. The Gouldings recognized what a powerful combination Berne’s Transactional Analysis and Perls’s Gestalt Therapy would make when integrated since Transactional Analysis is such a clear conceptual framework and Gestalt is such a powerful set of experiential tools. They added a number of their own unique discoveries and Redecision Therapy was born. – See more at Redecision Therapy
DATES: July 25-30, 2016
TIMES: 9:00am – 4:30pm daily
FACULTY: Vann Joines, Ph.D., Diplomate in Redecision Therapy
TUITION: $975 if registered one month in advance, $200 deposit ($1000 afterward) Retake this Workshop for $200 off
CE Credits: 36
Learning Objectives for Mastering Redecision Therapy
Participants will be able to:
- Identify by name the creators of Redecision Therapy.
- Discuss the contribution of TA to Redecision Therapy.
- Elaborate on the contribution of Gestalt Therapy to Redecision Therapy.
- List the clinical settings in which Redecision Therapy is an appropriate intervention.
- List the seven major components of Redecision Therapy.
- Describe the basic process of Redecision Therapy.
- List the 14 steps in the Redecision process.
- Discuss the significance of contact in the Redecision process.
- Apply the contracting process.
- Compare and contrast hard and soft contracts.
- Give an example of a Parent contract.
- Define: first con.
- Elaborate on the significance of confronting the first con.
- Describe how to get back to an early scene.
- Discuss the neurological significance of working with an early scene.
- Elaborate on the role of the Parent ego state in Redecision Therapy.
- List the 3 types of impasses
- Discuss the importance of personal power and responsibility in Redecision Therapy.
- List two elements of fostering a nurturing environment.
- List five ways to confront incongruity.
- Discuss the importance of observing time and other procedural boundaries.
- Describe how the therapist can model health to the client.
- Define tracking.
- List the 5 driver behaviors.
- List the 12 injunctions.
- Define the parent interview.
- Discuss the role of the Natural Child in Redecision Therapy.
- Identify the ego state in which a client’s power resides.
- Give an example of a therapist using Critical Parent appropriately in the Redecision Therapy process.
- Describe the processes of decontamination, deconfusion, and restructuring.
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