INTEGRAL MARITAL THERAPY: THE DYNAMIC CONTEXT OF INTIMACY & REGRESSION - 4 CEs
Saturday, July 28, 2018
8:30 am - 12:45 pm
Fruit and coffee served
4699 Murphy Canyon Rd.
San Diego, California 92123
Many clinicians find marital therapy a difficult treatment modality. The intimate relationship often presents as a chaotic expression of individual and collective dynamics where regression and intensity are at a peak. Borrowing from Ken Wilber’s Integral model, Dr. Habib’s integral approach to the marital relationship conceptualizes the complexity of the intimate relationship which leads to interventions that are informed by all quadrants, lines, and levels of development that simultaneously impact the clinician’s encounter with the dyadic unit. It will include a diagnostic model of the couple’s process leading to interventions that create change. This seminar is robust in therapeutic strategies that extend well beyond communications training and conflict management. This seminar will provide systemic focus concerning the central role of dyadic regression, while providing specific techniques on how to stabilize and enhance these processes. It will also define a marital line of development that proposes the higher stages of intimate evolution. We will examine collective cultural messages that both help and hurt many couples ability to feel love and contentment.
This workshop will help attendees to:
The target audience includes Licensed Psychologists, Marriage Family Therapists, Counselors, Graduate Psychology Students, and other mental health professionals.
TOM HABIB, PH.D.
Tom Habib, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and is in private practice with a specialty in couple therapy in San Juan Capistrano, CA . Dr. Habib is also Physician Well Being Chair at CHOC Hospital in Mission Viejo, CA. Tom is also an organizer for San Diego Integral where they are experimenting with creating “we-space” with a structure called Focused Integral Group Discussions. He has been adjunct faculty at Center for Integrative Psychology within the California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego and was founder and managing partner in a private group practice for 26 years consisting of clinical psychologist, psychiatrist, MFT’s and interns. Tom gave up his position in the group practice to solely focus upon researching and applying integral meta-theory to the intimate couple. He has published multiple academic papers on couples and was awarded Best Academic Paper, Honorable Mention in the 2016 Integral European Conference and Top 5% Researcher December, 2017 on Academia.edu.
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