11/5: Grappling with Dominance-based Masculinity in Couple Therapy

11/5: Grappling with Dominance-based Masculinity in Couple Therapy

I’m pleased to be part of the faculty at the conference Treating Couples hosted by the Cambridge Health Alliance and Harvard Medical School! It is from Nov 5-6, 2021. Join me!: register at www.cambridgecme.org.

I’m very excited to be speaking at this CME/CE course where we discuss important topics, including

  • Integrative sex and couples therapy
  • Cross-cultural relationships
  • Tracking relationship patterns in IFS couple therapy
  • Solution-focused brief couple therapy
  • Navigating the minefield: Managing the unique challenges of couples therapy
  • Engaging taboo conversations in couples’ work: Relational identity questioning
  • Mindful self-compassion and relationships
  • Can couples change gender? Supporting couples exploring gender identity 
  • Working with meaning: An exploration across models
  • Grappling with dominance-based masculinity in couple therapy
  • Couples and spirituality in the time of COVID
  • Translating presence on the screen for telehealth

Full information and registration: https://cmeregistration.hms.harvard.edu/treatingcouples2021

More psychiatry courses from CHA: www.cambridgecme.org