CBT, DBT, & EMDR Strategies to Free Clients from Codependency, Narcissistic Abuse, & Attachment Trauma
You see codependency in so many of your clients….now you can have the skills to directly guide them to heal and recover.
Earn 6.5 hours of continuing education credits while learning how to:
- Investigate signs and symptoms of codependency.
- Theorize how codependency presents with and impacts mental health disorders.
- Appraise impact of codependency, narcissistic abuse and other behaviors on client’s mental health.
- Formulate a comprehensive plan to guide clients toward interdependent, healthy relationships.
- Employ skills to implement treatment targeting core boundary issues.
- Apply DBT skills to clients struggling with codependency.
- Utilize skills from EMDR, CBT and narrative therapy to combat codependent thoughts, behaviors, and triggers.
- Build insight into how clients exhibit codependent symptoms in the therapeutic relationship.
Codependency, Narcissism & Trauma Bonding: CBT, DBT & EMDR Strategies to Free Clients from Toxic Relationships
Without your help, clients can rarely navigate the road to healing from gaslighting, codependency, torn attachment, narcissistic abuse, and the grief toxic relationships cause.
Earn 21.75 hours of continuing education credits with this comprehensive course which brings together an expert panel of speakers who’ve devoted their professional careers to helping clients overcome the abuse and pain from toxic relationships. Now you can learn the skills and insight they’ve honed through more than 100 years of combined clinical and research experience.
- Treat co-occurring anxiety, PTSD, SUDs, Personality, Mood, & more
- Restore rationale thought to clients who’ve been manipulated
- Apply insights from research on love bombing, gaslighting, & more
- Strategies for clients emerging from romantic, work, family, or other toxic relational trauma
- Guide clients through the grief of past, present, & future losses
PLUS, get THREE incredible bonus trainings that explore somatic, attachment-based and more interventions.
Be the therapist that helps their clients learn to be vulnerable again — get ready to transform your skills and your client’s lives.