Escaping Blame: Helping Couples Develop Account-Ability

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2019-01-14T02:30:46+00:00November 29th, 2015|2 Comments

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  1. Larry Karp December 16, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    I have found this course to be a powerful synthesizer of narrative ideas and concepts for me. it is much larger than just a course on couples therapy. The ideas and exercises are relational, as we all are, and help to deepen my appreciation of relational dynamics and affects and the process of change. I enjoyed and benefited from working with my study group with these ideas, deepening and practicing each strategy. I have already carried some of these skills forward in to my work. Thank you Larry Z. and Peggy for making this possible. The webinars, videos, and articles, will continue to offer more insight as I go back and review. Very dynamic and fun! And the quiz pointed out what I need to continue to deepen my understanding of.

  2. Deidre Ikin December 31, 2018 at 6:41 pm

    This course has been powerfully shaping of my practice not only with couples but family members or others in conflict as the orientation, skills and what is attended to can be used widely. It augmented my narrative practice in important ways. The feedback from couples with whom I worked during the course and later is a testimony to Larry’s in depth approach. Highlights included online sessions, having a study buddy for continuing practice and reflection and to review the course material beyond it’s duration. I appreciated teaching materials that were non-normative and inclusive of couple configurations across race and gender. I highly recommend this course to other practitioners. Thank you Larry and Peggy for a comprehensive, valuable and ongoing learning experience.

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