Are you uncomfortable working with couples whose lives have been shattered by infidelity?
I’m sure you are because they ARE some of the most difficult and intimidating clients to work with as they bring so much trauma and conflict to the therapy room. But it doesn't have to be this way for you…
This workshop will help you expand your therapeutic tool box with practical and clinically relevant in-session interventions to more effectively work with couples or an individual after an affair. You will also be provided with proven, unique, creative and fun homework assignments for your clients who are healing from the trauma of infidelity.
You will leave this workshop with more confidence and a solid treatment plan for helping your clients recover from an affair whether they are healing with their partner or alone.
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Marilyn Steinberg, MS, LMFT, has dedicated her career to working with couples and families She has successfully worked with a variety of individual, couple and family issues such as infidelity, ineffective communication, conflict management issues, incest, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, family of origin issues, rape, attention deficit disorders, family conflict, eating disorders, conduct disorders, grief, hoarding and other issues.
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Master of Science degree in Child Development and Family Studies from Purdue University. Ms. Steinberg is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, a Certified Gottman Seven Principles Educator, a member of the Indiana Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (IAMFT) and a past IAMFT Board Member and Region Representative.
Ms. Steinberg has published and presented both nationally and internationally on the topics of sexuality, family therapy, ethics, adolescence, gang behavior and residential care. She practices at Life Strategies as a couple and family therapist, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses, and is an independent supervision consultant.
Financial: Marilyn Verbiscer is in private practice. She has an employment relationship with Life Strategies, LLC. She has an employment relationship with Purdue University. Ms. Verbiscer receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Marilyn Verbiscer is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy; and a member of the Indiana Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Types of Infidelity and Their Impact of Treatment
Gender, Vulnerabilities and Opportunities
Rebuilding Trust Phase of Infidelity Treatment
Create Understanding and Meaning Phase of Therapy
Fostering Forgiveness Phase of Treatment
Recommitment Phase of Healing
Healing Alone Is Better Than Not At All
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