Couples Institute

Couples Institute
Couples Institute is listed in the Counselors Marriage Family Child & Individual category in Menlo Park, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Couples Institute which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Couples Institute on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 74.

Contact information for Couples Institute is:
445 Burgess Dr
Menlo Park, CA 94025
(650) 327-5915

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PERPLEXING CHALLENGES IN COUPLES THERAPY ELLYN BADER, PETER PEARSON July 7–9, 2017 Join us for an unforgettable interactive weekend workshop to learn the Developmental Model of Couples Therapy for working with particularly difficult and challenging couples. We will dissect, dismantle, and reveal elegant approaches that will build your confidence and make your work easier, more enjoyable, and successful. Enhance your skills for navigating some of the toughest problems encountered with couples in therapy. program/perplexing-challenges-couples-therapy/
Get away for a weekend or five days of immersion learning with world-class faculty on our 75-acre campus beautifully nestled in the California redwoods near Santa Cruz. We believe well-being takes root most deeply when people nurture and awaken all dimensions of the self. Explore your potential in a...

Pete and I are in Hawaii, sadly leaving tomorrow. I convinced Pete to swim in the ocean with me today-and WOW was it worth it- we got to swim side by side with a very large and very beautiful old green turtle. Such a treat to be so close to this magnificent being. I loved his calm serenity as he allowed us to swim beside him and watch him breathe and dive.

Recently I was interviewed by Diane Heller for her therapists membership program. My topic was “Differentiation in Couples Relationships.” I’ll be sharing some sections of the interview with you in my upcoming blogs. Today’s post introduces and discusses Differentiation in Couples Therapy. To read it click below
Ellyn Bader explains differentiation in couples relationships in an interview by Diane Heller called Differentiation in Couples Relationships

Perplexing Challenges in Couples Therapy Lies Infidelity, Unrelenting Hostility, and Self-Absorption Join Ellyn and Peter, for a one of a kind interactive weekend workshop to learn their Developmental Model of Couples Therapy for working with particularly difficult and challenging couples. They will show you step-by-step how to have significant impact with couples’ patterns, especially hostility and blaming, the crisis of infidelity, the confrontation of lies and deception, and the self-absorbed partner. We wanted to share our excitement by offering a special, limited-time 20% savings code to you. You’ll have to hurry though: the code will expire on May 15th. It’s easy, go to and just cut and paste this coupon code—LOVE1440

Inevitably you will at some point have hostile fighting couples in your practice – if you don’t already. They fire away at each other with little heed for the consequences. Pete will be doing a one hour live conference on May 5 from 10-11 am PST on how to work with these couples. Here are a few things you will learn in this one amazing power packed conference call. - What not to say when starting the first session. - Learn what to ask instead. - Learn why a problem-solving approach for entrenched hostile couples is doomed to perpetual struggle ending in failure. - The 5 repeating patterns of hostile couples that drive therapists to feel stuck and helpless. - Why good communication techniques have limited value. - A homework assignment that fits angry couples. - Help them identify the key focus of what is important to a satisfying relationship. Everybody who enters couples therapy wants to change something about their partner. In this training, you will get a 7-step process that smoothes the way. The key to success is that it makes the partner want to change - instead of feeling coerced. Click here to sign up now. You won't regret it!