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Webinar Schedule

Couples Counseling Training Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

NRMFT Presents:

Low-Cost / No-Cost Marketing Tips for Therapists

June 29th, 2021 @ 1:00 PM EST

Join our expert panel in discussing marketing strategies using low-cost / no-cost techniques to grow your practice.

Our panel consists of:

Kathleen “Kay” Wenger, LMFT, LPCC - The co-founder of the National Registry of Marriage Friendly Therapists and has been a marriage therapist for the past 27 years. Kathleen will be presenting on specific marketing techniques such as: Networking, Referrals, and low cost/no cost marketing ideas.

Steve Lepore - A marketing expert who specializes in Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Steve will be presenting on how you can optimize your online presence to outrank your competition in Google and other search engines.

Robert Wenger - A member of our NRMFT support team and an expert in getting the most out of your online registry profiles. Robert will be presenting on the importance of updating your profile, keeping visitors engaged, and hidden profile features you may not know about.

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Past Webinars

Maureen Tamillow Presents:

Love in the Time of COVID

May 20th, 2021 @ 1:00 PM EST

Maureen will be presenting on the popular takes on marriage and relationships in the time of COVID. There are currently contradictory facts and interpretations on the state of marriage and relationships. She will be drawing on her personal observations in therapy and the current professional literature on the subject. There will be a time for a few participants to share their brief observations on what they are seeing in their own practice.

We will provide a non-copyrighted coronavirus anxiety workbook that has been prepared by the wellness society and supported by Jamma International. This workbook will be helpful for your clients now as well as post-COVID.

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Dr. Susan Heitler Presents

Conflict Resolution: A Core Competency for Conducting Effective Therapy

February 16th, 2021 @ 9:00 AM PST

From this webinar you will learn to:

  • Draw the map of the 3 steps of win-win conflict resolution
  • List at least three of the multiple errors therapists often make when guiding clients toward effective solutions to their problems
  • Recognize win-lose (dominant-submissive) and lose-lose conflict resolution patterns

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Lori Carpenos Presents

Things They Didn't Teach Me in Graduate School

January 13th, 2021

For over 33 years, as a practicing LMFT, Psychotherapist in West Hartford, CT, Lori has witnessed people learn how to access their innate health regardless of their situation or circumstance. Her role is to coach people through transitions such as divorce, loss of a job, or a loved one. She also helps people alleviate stress, depression and anxiety through a new understanding of the human mind.

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Charles Brantley Presents

When Therapists Hit the Wall

December 3rd, 2020

In this webinar, Dr. Brantley talks about when therapists hit a wall. During this pandemic many therapists are stretching themselves to accommodate the large numbers of clients that are seeking help. Dr. Brantley talked about how we as therapists can push ourselves beyond our limits, about setting healthy boundaries, and strategies for maintaining our own mental health and relationships.

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Mark Burton Presents

Individual Therapy for Couples Problems (ITCP): When Partners Won’t Participate

November 12th, 2020

This presentation will outline the significant risks of providing ITCP. We will discuss ways to reduce risk, research on ITCP effectiveness, and approaches that can maximize therapy’s benefit to your individual client’s relationship.

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Michael Elkin Presents

Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Couples Therapy

Octover 20th, 2020

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a powerfully transformative, evidence-based model of psychotherapy. Michael will be presenting soon the IFS approach to couples therapy. Participants will learn: (1) the basics of IFS therapy, (2) the IFS approach to couples, and (3) an effective approach to contracting for couples therapy

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