Linda J. Engelman, Marriage & Family Therapist

Trainings and TeleSeminars with Linda J. Engelman, Marriage and Family Therapist
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Linda J. Engelman, MFT, offers workshops and online trainings for Mental Health Professionals, as well as the general public. To be added to our mailing list, to receive notification of upcoming trainings/events, please sign up below.



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7 WAYS TO PRACTICE MINDFULNESS & GRATITUDE IN INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS (recorded teleseminar - 20 Minutes)

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Do you sometimes feel like you and your partner are perpetually on auto-pilot? Do you feel stuck, not knowing what to do to inject new energy and excitement into your relationship? Do you and your partner sometimes feel like "we're just roommates, cohabitating together?" When was the last time you watched your partner sleeping and felt high from listening to the sounds of his/her breathing? Wait, don't answer that.

Tune in. Get present. Stop distracting yourself.

  • This recorded audio teleseminar describes 7 specific ways that couples can nurture their relationships by becoming more present, and practicing intentional gratitude on a daily basis. After an introduction to mindfulness and attentive awareness, you will listen to clearly outlined steps, 7 of them, that when followed, can lead to powerful change in any intimate relationship.

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*This WebCast represents the opinions of the presenter. By listening to it, you are agreeing to use your own discretion about its application in your workplace or in your personal life. The information presented is not to be considered therapy or private consultation or legal advice.

SURVIVING AFFAIRS: SAVING YOUR RELATIONSHIP - FIRST STEPS
(recorded Webinar - 60 Minutes)

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Couples CAN survive, and even THRIVE, after the very painful experience of infidelity and betrayal.

Not all couples are able to recover. But MANY do. What is it that allows some couples to make it through, but not others?

Presentation Addresses:

...why infidelity hurts so badly
...what constitutes a betrayal
...how to cope with the initial intense emotions after "finding out"
...cutting off communication with the affair partner
...becoming an open book - giving up privacy
...beginning the process of rebuilding trust
...how to demonstrate true remorse
...why your emotions may be flip-flopping from one moment to the next
...the pain of the betrayer matters too!
...and so much more.

Outtakes...

"What do babies do when they have an unpredictable parent? They escalate, and escalate, and escalate, and then they give up and become hopeless...this isn't much different....if you're an unpredictable partner, you'll see your partner escalate, and eventually withdraw."

"Anything you can do to say 'hey, you matter this much to me' is going to be really important - because that's really the question your partner is asking: "how much do I matter to you, because obviously I didn't matter enough for you to not have this affair."

"If you don't understand why this happened, how can you reassure your partner that it couldn't happen again?"

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*This WebCast represents the opinions of the presenter. By listening to it, you are agreeing to use your own discretion about its application in your workplace or in your personal life. The information presented is not to be considered therapy or private consultation or legal advice.

WORKING WITH COUPLES & INFIDELITY
For Mental Health Professionals (recorded Webinar - 55 Minutes)


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WebCast Topics Include:
  • An attachment perspective when working with couples & infidelity
  • How differing circumstances of affairs affect the complexity of the therapy
  • Addressing the needs of both the betrayer and the betrayed
  • De-escalation in the early phase of therapy
  • Rebuilding Trust
  • Dealing with the intense emotions in the room
  • Negative emotion doesn't have to be a negative experience in the therapy session
  • Interventions that help speed the healing process after an affair

Purchase securely with PayPal ($40.00) to Listen/View!

*This WebCast represents the opinions of the presenter. By listening to it, you are agreeing to use your own discretion about its application in your workplace or in your personal life. The information presented is not to be considered therapy or private consultation or legal advice.



LINDA J. ENGELMAN
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, MFC#46255
linda_engelman@bayarea-therapist.com
Psychotherapy and Counseling Services for Individuals, Couples, & Families

Office Located in San Ramon, California
(Contra Costa County, San Francisco, East Bay Area)
925.295.1036


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