In case you haven’t heard, I will be speaking at the Summit for Clinical Excellence’s Freud Meets Buddha conference, this coming March 6 – 9, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza River North.
I would like to extend an invitation for you to join me at the 12th annual National Conference on Trauma, Addiction, and Mindfulness. This is designed and accredited for therapists, counselors, psychologists, psychotherapists, addiction professionals, and social workers to come together and explore the intersection of traditional psychotherapeutic techniques with eastern concepts.
I’ve added some information regarding my presentation below:
Understanding, empathy, and helpful support are exactly what Prodependence provides. Prodependence is an evolved prism through which therapists and loved ones of addicts can examine, evaluate, and improve relationships damaged by addiction (and all other relationships). Learn more about this new, positive, attachment-based model.
Upon attending my session, you will be able to:
- DEFINE prodependence
- DETERMINE how does prodependence differ (and how does it mirror) codependence
- IDENTIFY cases where prodependence is a more useful model and how can therapists implement prodependence in their practice
Freud Meets Buddha brings together the best in the field to foster your professional development and to provide you with strategies and tools to advance patient care. In addition to learning from renowned speakers and networking with like-minded peers, you can also earn up to 24 CE hours and 6 ethics hours.
When you’re ready to register, just remember to use my discount code* WEISS to save $50 off current rates!
I hope to see you there!
Robert Weiss PhD, MSW
CEO, Seeking Integrity LLC