NICABM

CALENDAR

April

 

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

8

Working with the Protective Nature of Avoidance

9

The Balance in Confronting Avoidance

10

When Clients Believe Avoidance Keeps Them Safe

11

Why It’s Not Always About Acknowledging Avoidance

 

12

New Insights on Confronting Avoidance

13

How to Confront Avoidance in Session

15

Confronting Avoidance: A Bottom-Up Approach

 

16

What to Do When Avoidance Escalates

17

Confronting Avoidance Without Making it Worse

18

Uncovering the Cost of Avoidance

19

Key Insights into the Origins of Avoidance

20

Techniques to Spark Change

22

Working with Avoidance When It’s Used as a Defense

23

Helping Clients Embrace Change

24

Three Antidotes to Unhelpful, Avoidant Thoughts

25

How to Work with a Client’s Avoidance of Emotion

26

A Focus on Working Through Avoidance

27

Practical Strategies to Ease Avoidance

29

Managing Avoidance Through the Nervous System

30

Working Through a Client’s Judgements

May 1

The Link Between Avoidance and Depression

2

Working Through Avoidance with Hypnotherapy Techniques

 

3

Changing Perspectives on Avoidance

4

Finding Ways to Manage Avoidance

6

Helping Traumatized Clients Find Peace of Mind

7

Working Through a Freeze Response

8

Confronting Avoidance Beyond Exposure

9

Detecting the Emotions of Clients Who Avoid

10

Insights on Managing Freeze Responses

11

Tools for Working with Avoidance

13

Helping Couples Who Avoid Conflict

14

How to Help Clients Who Avoid Being Wrong

15

One Key to Helping Clients Who Avoid Their Fears

16

The Therapeutic Relationship and Avoidance

17

Understanding a Client’s Avoidance

18

New Ways to Approach Avoidance

Coming up . . . how do you work with clients who have a self-narrative that sustains their suffering?