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Better is Not Well: Consumer-Clinician Collaboration to Raise Treatment Expectations

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Better is Not Well: Consumer-Clinician Collaboration to Raise Treatment Expectations

Our friends over at the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) will host an interactive panel discussion between peers and clinicians on raising expectations for the treatment of mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder. We invite you to join them for this free, live web-stream broadcast of the event.

The interactive panel is a live event that will be broadcast on the DBSA website on September 25, 2014 at 5:30 pm ET (2:30 PT). Click through to learn more about this free event.

Free Webinar: ADHD Coaching – Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know

Monday, September 15th, 2014

Free Webinar: ADHD Coaching - Everything You've Always Wanted to KnowAdults with ADHD often feel misunderstood; a feeling based on legitimate experiences throughout their lives.

As an adult with ADHD wouldn’t it be great to find someone who can listen to you with genuine understanding? Someone who acknowledges the reality of your personal experiences? Someone who truly gets you?

Look no further than an ADHD coach!

Join Psych Central host Zoë Kessler (author, ADHD According to Zoë) and special guest ADHD Coach Mark Jones for a free webinar to learn how coaching can help you overcome ADHD challenges and live the life you’ve always wanted.

Free Webinar: Asperger’s in Love: From Helplessly Confused to Head-Over-Heels

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

Free Webinar: Asperger's in Love: From Helplessly Confused to Head-Over-HeelsLearn about the challenges of Aspergian relationships and find solutions with Alina Kislenko, an Aspie therapist who works with couples with at least one Aspergian partner.

People with Asperger’s (AS) experience several common issues in relationships, including lack of demonstrated empathy at expected times, trouble integrating with in-law friends and family, unique needs that can be difficult to communicate/meet, blunt honesty, and missed or over-adherence to relationship norms.

In love, Aspies are typically late bloomers and may find it difficult to connect in healthy ways to their romantic partners. This may show itself through controlling, anxious, OCD, depressed, or helpless behaviors as the person with Asperger’s tries to navigate their own and their partner’s needs. Luckily, Aspies in relationships can be the most loving, loyal, helpful, creative, and resilient partners.

Tune in to this free webinar to figure out how to move your Aspergian relationship from helplessly confused to delightfully satisfying and head-over-heels in love.

Free Webinar: Free Yourself with The Four Stages of Codependency Recovery

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Free Webinar: Free Yourself with The Four Stages of Codependency RecoveryExpert codependency psychotherapist, writer, and professional trainer, Ross Rosenberg presents his compact and revolutionary 4-stage codependency treatment model and his “Surgeon General’s” Codependency Recovery Warning. Both were developed as a direct result of his own codependency recovery and 27 years of working with codependent clientele. These new and innovative codependency recovery concepts have been met with universally positive feedback from both professionals and non-professionals alike.

The Four Stages of Codependency Recovery realistically represents both the hardships and the rewards that occur in the codependency recovery experience. It depicts the incremental nature of the recovery in an accurate and intuitive manner.

Free Webinar: The Couple’s Guide to Thriving with ADHD

Thursday, May 15th, 2014

thriving-with-adhdJoin Psych Central webinar host Zoë Kessler and special guest Melissa Orlov, award-winning author and marriage consultant, for an enlightening conversation about how to navigate the impact of ADHD in marriage.

Orlov, author of The ADHD Effect on Marriage, will answer your questions and talk about her new book, The Couple’s Guide to Thriving with ADHD, co-authored with Nancie Kohlenberger, LMFT.

This webinar is for adults with ADHD and their partners. If you’re looking for insights into relationships where ADHD is present, and practical strategies and tips on how to save a marriage or relationship in trouble, don’t wait — this is the webinar for you!

Free Webinar: Introduction to NLP

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Free Webinar: Introduction to NLPNLP stands for Neurolinguistic Programming, a popular therapeutic and personal development system that has been changing lives since the early 1970’s. NLP strives to understand how each person creates their own inner world. Once you understand the structure of your inner experience, you can make simple yet dramatic changes, often very quickly.

Learning NLP opens the door to a new world of possibility. You’ll soon discover that what you think does not matter nearly as much as how you think. You’ll learn that each and every thought has a structure. Once you understand the structure of your thoughts, altering your thinking patterns is easy.

Free Webinar: What is Group CBT for ADHD?

Monday, November 18th, 2013

Free Webinar: What is Group CBT for ADHD?Group psychotherapy specializing in helping people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a relatively new treatment method that has been gathering a lot of very exciting data and attention lately, especially when budgets can be tight and one on one therapy isn’t always an option.

That’s why I’m pleased to announce a free webinar on Monday, Nov. 25 @ 7:00 pm ET, entitled CBT for ADHD: Manage Adult ADHD with Leading-Edge Group Therapy.

In this free webinar, therapist Alina Kislenko explores how a group approach can speed up the therapy process even if you’re already seeing an ADHD Coach. Please click through to learn more and to RSVP today.

Free Webinar: The Heart of Self-Acceptance

Monday, November 11th, 2013

Free Webinar: The Heart of Self-Acceptance

Join Francine Shapiro, Noah Rubinstein and Mike Bundrant for this special, one-hour event, The Heart of Self-Acceptance. During this live webinar, each speaker will discuss how to gain greater self-acceptance as well as fundamental obstacles that get in the way.

This free webinar will be hosted on Monday, Nov. 18 @ 7:00 PM EST. Registration is free, but space is limited.

Do you need to learn to accept yourself? You will leave this presentation with clear ideas that you can act upon immediately to improve your self-worth.

Free Webinar: Understanding & Enhancing Sexual Desire in Your Marriage

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Free Webinar: Understanding & Enhancing Sexual Desire in Your MarriageMany couples face but have a difficult time speaking about or changing the lack of sexual desire in their marriage. Because research tells us that sexual satisfaction is an important component of marital satisfaction, partners often feel deprived, worried, resentful and rejected when their intimate connection seems lost. Many want things to change but don’t know where to start.

That’s why I’m pleased to announce a free webinar tomorrow, entitled Understanding & Enhancing Sexual Desire in Your Marriage, October 15 at 7:00 pm ET.

The goal of this webinar, hosted by Psych Central blogger Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips, is to increase understanding and offer strategies for enhancing sexual desire and intimate connection.

Free Webinar: 10 Signs That You are Resisting Your Happiness Potential

Monday, September 9th, 2013

10 Signs That You are Resisting Your Happiness PotentialSave the date for our latest free webinar, to be held next Monday, September 16: 10 Signs That You Are Resisting Your Happiness Potential.

We all want to live happy, fulfilled lives. Sometimes, however, it seems like we’ve become experts at avoiding happiness.

If you are missing out on your share of happiness in life, you may have unconscious beliefs that make happiness impossible to experience. In fact, at some level you may be resisting your happiness potential. This resistance leads to emotional deprivation, which can become a negative psychological attachment, a pattern so familiar that it literally becomes a self-sabotaging a way of life.

How can you tell if you are locked into this syndrome?

Free Webinar: Cultivate Empowering Beliefs & How to End Self-Sabotage

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Free Webinar: Cultivate Empowering Beliefs & How to End Self-Sabotage Save the date for our latest free webinar, to be held next Monday, June 24: Cultivate Empowering Beliefs – How to Create Personal Freedom and End Self-Sabotage.

If you tend to sabotage your plans in life, it is likely because of personally held, but conflicting beliefs.

Conflicted beliefs manifest conflicted behaviors. The problem is, many limiting beliefs operate beneath the surface. Even though they affect you deeply, you may not be aware of them or how they work against you.

In this new webinar by Psych Central blogger and life coach Mike Bundrant, you will learn the source of your negative beliefs… as well as how to let them go.

Free Webinar: Mother’s Day with ADHD: How to Keep it Happy!

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Free Webinar: Mother's Day with ADHD: How to Keep it Happy!Date:  Tuesday, May 7 @ 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (EST)

Register:  https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/469236071

Description:  This special Mother’s Day webinar features best-selling author and Psych Central blogger Zoë Kessler (ADHD from A to Zoë) and special guest Lisa Aro, aka “Queen of the Distracted.”

Mark it on your calendar now, and check out additional information about the webinar inside…

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