Trauma

Unblocking Blocked Emotions & Working with Shame and Anger in Therapy
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Live webinars
withLeslie Greenberg
Dates: Friday, May 5th and Thursday, June 1st, 2023
Time: from 3pm to 6pm, Italian time (CEST)
Live streaming available on Zoom Meetings
Recordings of the course available without time limits
Available in Italian (simultaneous translation), English
Credits
🪙 You will receive 13.5 ECM credits available
(ECM Credits valid on 2023)
🪙 You will receive 6 CPD credits
🪙 You will receive 6 CE credits

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First webinar: Friday, May 5th (3pm-6pm, CEST)

Unblocking blocked emotions

To heal troubled souls and minds, clients need to experience the emotions that go with their stories. Understandably, clients protect themselves from feeling their dreaded emotions. They fear that if they allow these emotions, they will fall apart, disintegrate, and be unable to cope, so they do all in their power to not feel. However, what they resist, persists, so blocking is not an effective solution. In this webinar, Leslie Greenberg will explore ways to help clients undo their emotional blocks.

Second webinar: Thursday, June 1st (3pm-6pm, CEST)

Working with Shame and Anger

Shame and anger both appear to play a crucial role in therapeutic change. How to work with them in psychotherapy often presents challenges to therapists and clients alike. In this webinar, Leslie Greenberg will discuss each of these emotions, their relationship with each other, and how to work with each of them to produce change. An underlying experience of shame often manifests in overt anger. It is easier for people to feel angry than to feel shame. Anger protects against shame. On the other hand, people often feel ashamed of their anger. Because anger is so often socially unacceptable, people feel ashamed of being seen as losing control. Shame and anger are often sequenced, and they interact. Therefore, anger can be both a consequence of shame, a cause of shame or a cure of shame. Shame at times can also help people transform anger into harmony and conciliation, or into healing apology or submission. In this webinar, Leslie Greenberg will discuss how to transform shame, often with anger, and how to overcome suppression of anger. Arrested anger is a major cause of dysfunction; therefore, access to previously unexpressed anger, not only anger management, is therapeutic.

 

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Leslie Greenberg
Leslie Greenberg, Ph.D. is Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Psychology at York University in Toronto. He was originally trained in Person Centered and Gestalt therapy and engaged in psychotherapy research. He has authored the major texts on Emotion Focused Therapy from the first books Emotion in Psychotherapy (1986) and Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples (1988) to most recent Emotion-Focused Therapy (2015) and Emotion focused therapy of Forgiveness and Letting go (2019). He has received both the Early Career and the Distinguished Research Career award of the International Society for Psychotherapy Research as well as the Carl Rogers and the Distinguished Professional Contribution to Applied Research of the American Psychology Association. He also has received the Canadian Psychological Association Professional Award for distinguished contributions to Psychology as a profession. He is a past President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. He now spends the majority of his time training people in emotion-focused approaches.
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    I feel enriched and nourished after participating in this course, thank you very much.

  2. John Gulisano -

    Thank you it was really helpful for me and my work

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