Webinars

Intimacy Disorders: Earned Secure Attachment

Posted by on May 23, 2017 in Addiction, Attachment, Webinars | 0 comments

Intimacy Disorders: Earned Secure Attachment

A LIVECAST WEBINAR REPLAY

A Conceptual Framework for the Understanding and Treatment of Intimacy Disorders | LIVECAST WEBINAR REPLAY from FRIDAY MAY 19, 2017

Treatment Models for Earned Secure Attachment

This webinar, featuring Dr. Mark Schwartz and Lori Galperin, LCSW features the latest understandings for treating intimacy disorders and developing “earned secure attachment” amongst clients. Frequently, therapy clients present with an inability to experience a full emotional response, including the capacity to love and experience a connection with others. Other clients may get close and then discover that they find ways to disconnect or lose their passion.

This educational, two-part livecast webinar, “A Conceptual Framework for the Understanding and Treatment of Intimacy Disorders,” will identify the pathways to adult attachment difficulties and describe techniques to facilitate the capability for greater intimacy, healing disorganized attachment and working toward earned secure attachment.  3 CEUs available to registrants; both Webinars required to receive CEUs.


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>> For CEUs, please complete the WEBINAR EVALUATION FORM



Schwartz and Galperin are also co-directors of Marriage Therapy Institute, which hosts Marriage “Vacation” Retreats for Marriages in Crisis and for couples who want far more from their relationships.

Understanding and Treating Intimacy Disorders

Posted by on May 2, 2017 in Attachment, Healing Disorders, Healing Intimacy Disorders, Intimacy Disorders, Love, Uncategorized, Webinars | 0 comments

Understanding and Treating Intimacy Disorders

A LIVECAST WEBINAR REPLAY

A Conceptual Framework for the Understanding and Treatment of Intimacy Disorders | LIVECAST WEBINAR REPLAY from FRIDAY APRIL 28, 2017

A Conceptual Framework for the Understanding and Treatment of Intimacy Disorders

This Part 1 Webinar, featuring Dr. Mark Schwartz and Lori Galperin, LCSW features the latest understandings for treating intimacy disorders and developing “earned secure attachment” amongst clients. Frequently, therapy clients present with an inability to experience a full emotional response, including the capacity to love and experience a connection with others. Other clients may get close and then discover that they find ways to disconnect or lose their passion.

This educational, two-part livecast webinar, “A Conceptual Framework for the Understanding and Treatment of Intimacy Disorders,” will identify the pathways to adult attachment difficulties and describe techniques to facilitate the capability for greater intimacy, healing disorganized attachment and working toward earned secure attachment.

3 CEUs available to registrants; both Webinars required to receive CEUs.


Click here to WATCH Webinar Part 2


>> Download the Webinar PowerPoint


>> For CEUs, please complete the WEBINAR EVALUATION FORM #1



Schwartz and Galperin are also co-directors of Marriage Therapy Institute, which hosts Marriage “Vacation” Retreats for Marriages in Crisis and for couples who want far more from their relationships.

Eating Disorders Recovery with Dr. Mark Schwartz

Posted by on May 2, 2016 in Eating Disorders, Webinars | 1 comment

Eating Disorders Recovery with Dr. Mark Schwartz

A LIVECAST WEBINAR REPLAY

Mapping the Components of Eating Disorder Recovery | LIVECAST WEBINAR REPLAY from THURSDAY, May 14 2015


What Today’s Therapists Need to Know

Years spent studying those suffering from eating disorders left Dr. Mark Schwartz with tremendous insight into the nature of this extraordinary affliction, including an understanding of the temperaments and disorders most often associated with those suffering from eating and intimacy disorders. Dr. Schwartz shares his many years of experience and findings as to how we need a far more unique, loving, and care-taking/nurturing approach, as professionals and as therapists, to heal the root causes of these often life-threatening adaptations to stress, fear of conflict, overwhelm, harm-avoidance, and high levels of anxiety directed toward the basics of living life itself.


Dr. Mark Schwartz and his co-therapy partner, Lori Galperin MSW, have spent more than 30 years studying human intimacy and the issue of human addiction.

Interning at the famed Masters and Johnson’s Institute right out of college, Dr. Schwartz went on to become the leading director of the Institute until it closed in the late ’90s, having worked closely for years with William H. and Virginia E. Johnson. Masters and Johnson pioneered research into structure of human sexual response and the diagnosis and treatment of human intimacy disorders and dysfunctions, which included a deepened study of intimacy disorders, addiction, and eating disorders.

Dr. Schwartz’ personal passion for human relationships and the disorders and addictions that get in the way of our ability to love one another and experience a deep connection to ourselves is the driving passion behind his 30+ years as a researcher, therapist, counselor, and expert in the field.

Having been featured in countless television programs and magazines, and having lectured worldwide to both practitioners and the public at large, Dr. Schwartz and Lori Galperin are now based in Monterey, California where they manage their own private practice and have just opened anew transitional living center those recovering once and for all from addiction and eating disorders at Harmony Place Monterey.

Schwartz and Galperin are also co-directors of Marriage Therapy Institute, which hosts Marriage “Vacation” Retreats for Marriages in Crisis and for couples who want far more from their relationships.


Love, Relationships, and Eating Disorders

Posted by on May 1, 2016 in Eating Disorders, Webinars | 0 comments

Love, Relationships, and Eating Disorders

Issues Related to Intimacy, Love and Relationships with Clients with Eating Disorders


A PowerPoint Discussion of the Deeper Issues that Precede the Development of Eating and Intimacy Disorders, with Dr. Mark Schwartz

 

 

 


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Healing Intimacy Disorders Webinar

Posted by on Apr 25, 2016 in Healing Disorders, Healing Intimacy Disorders, Intimacy Disorders, Webinars | 8 comments

Healing Intimacy Disorders Webinar

A LIVECAST WEBINAR REPLAY

Repairing the Attachment System, Healing Intimacy Disorders

Years in the Trenches, A Few Discoveries to Share


LIVE-CAST WEBINAR REPLAY from THURSDAY, June 25 2015

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Addiction Recovery Expert Dr. Mark Schwartz, previously executive director of the Masters and Johnson Institute and currently director of the new transitional living center, Harmony Place in Monterey, CA, shares his insightful and many-years-experience, paradigm-shifting approach to healing those suffering from intimacy disorders. The result of these disorders, found in the early attachment systems, can lead to addiction and problems in relationships all the way to causing arousal disorders and illegal behaviors.

Can we repair our attachment system? What is “earned” secure attachment?

Watch this insightful, very bold webinar that could revolutionize the way treatment of
these difficult-to-treat issues could be approached.

Enjoy this 1.5 hour livecast webinar replay.



From his early years spent at John Hopkins to becoming executive director of the Masters and Johnson Institute to working alongside some of the most prolific child development researchers of our time, Dr. Mark Schwartz’ fascination with what makes us who we become has driven much of his 30+ years career.

What makes us respond or not respond intimately? What’s at the root of what turns us into addicts? And finally, how is it that research continues to point at early attachment being at the very core of each of these critical questions?

Individuals with disorganized attachment styles often experience a desperate desire to get what they missed earlier in life from a relationship with a partner, while they are simultaneously fearful of the connection that develops in relationship. Subsequent developmental experiences further cement their self condemnation and addictive behavior often further isolates them from bonding at all.

This workshop emphasizes how to repair the attachment system in psychotherapy.


Treating Eating Disorders

Posted by on Apr 10, 2016 in Eating Disorders, Webinars | 0 comments

Treating Eating Disorders

Recovery Treatment for Eating Disorders


A Face-to-Face Discussion of the Issues, Concerns and Challenges of Treating Eating Disorder Clients, with Dr. Mark Schwartz and Lori Galperin MSW

 

 

 

 

 


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