Upcoming Gottman Level 1 | Professional Training | Colorado Springs | Hilton Garden Inn | May 17-18, 2024
Gottman Level 1 Professional Training
May 17, 2024 - May 18, 2024
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
A truly inspiring workshop, Level 1 Training will give you new insights into treatment for couples who struggle, using proven assessment techniques and intervention strategies
Our practical, emotion-focused, and highly effective approach is based on Drs. John and Julie Gottman’s four decades of research with more than 3,000 couples. It is the most extensive study ever done on marital stability and divorce prediction.
Created by The Gottman Institute | For Professionals | Clinical Training
Frequently Asked Questions
You will learn research-based strategies and tools to help couples successfully manage conflict.
You will gain skills to empower partners to dialogue about their worst gridlocked issues by uncovering their underlying dreams, history, and values.
You will gain tools to help couples process fights and heal their hurts, and techniques for partners to deepen their intimacy and minimize relapse.
This training is for mental health providers, allied professionals and clergy, students and interns, family clinic staff, professors/teachers of couples therapy, researchers in the social sciences, and employee assistance professionals. There are no prerequisites.
Included in the registration price is a clinical training manual, which contains the core Gottman Method Couples Therapy assessments and interventions. You will be awarded a Certificate of Completion with an assessment score of 80% or better from The Gottman Institute.
- 300-page digital Level 1 Clinical Training Manual
- Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1 Training Certificate of Completion.
- Up to 11 CE Hours available
- Videos for online lectures and interventions included
- Eligibility to continue to Level 2 Training
At the completion of this training, you will be able to:
- Summarize the research that allows us to predict future relationship stability.
- Describe the seven levels of the Sound Relationship House Theory.
- Conduct a couple’s therapy assessment using elements of the couple’s narrative, the Oral History Interview, written questionnaires, observations of conflict and individual interviews.
- Describe two interventions to help strengthen a couple’s conflict management.
- Describe two interventions to enhance a couple’s friendship system.
- Describe two interventions to explore a couple’s system of shared meaning.
- Explain why physiological self-soothing is essential for a healthy relationship.
- Create a therapeutic contract with a couple, discuss and decide on goals and include a summary of the couples strengths and areas that need improvement.
- Describe the Philosophy of Therapy and including assumptions, overview of techniques and goals of therapy.
- Describe the Rapoport Intervention and when to use it.
- Describe the process of therapy, including the structure of a session.
Help Couples In Distress
Caralee Frederic, LCSW
Caralee Frederic, LCSW
Continuing Education Information
Purchase Continuing Education Credits
Student eligibility: Students/Military/First Responders
$200 Credit to Attend Couples Workshop With Your Partner
Venue: Hilton Garden Inn
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