(UNTIL 15 JULY 2019)
When couples enter the therapy office, they sting with pain and despair. They look to the clinician to referee chronic conflicts, fix their partners, and rebuild burned bridges. Now, based on Dr John Gottman’s 40 years of compelling research with over 3,000 couples, there’s a practical and highly effective approach to guiding couples across the chasm that divides them.
In this workshop, you will be provided with a research-based roadmap for helping couples compassionately manage their conflicts, deepen their friendship and intimacy, and share their life purpose and dreams.
Apply Gottman Method Couples Therapy to help couples strengthen:
In this two-day workshop, clinicians will learn:
Scaffold upon Level 1, the Level 2 clinical training further explores and expands on the professional clinical skills and techniques for working with couples. During the three-day training, participants would learn to internalise and integrate the research-based Gottman Method Assessment and Intervention techniques through group role plays and active discussions in order to become more competent in using them.
In this three-day workshop, clinicians will learn to:
Through videotaped cases of real couples, hands-on role plays, demonstrations of assessments and interventions, and nuanced discussion of techniques, the Level 3 Practicum significantly expands your understanding of when and how to use Gottman Method approaches.
In a small group setting, you will have the opportunity to practise and refine your use of Gottman Method therapy and receive personalised guidance in developing a roadmap for clinical decisions. Level 3 Practicum content represents the true resistances and co-morbidities we face as therapists and how we can transform them into effective healing methods for the couple. The workshop is structured to help create a safe and secure environment so participants can learn and practise while feeling free of criticism and negative judgement.
At the end of the workshop, participants will understand how to:
EMCC is The Gottman Institute’s exclusive institutional partner in Singapore. We have been organising Gottman Clinical Training in Singapore since 2014.
(wef 16 Jul 19)
|Early Bird Fees
(Up to 15 Jul 19)
|Early Bird Returnees*
(Up to 15 Jul 19)
(up to 15 Jul 19)
|Level 1 & 2||$2,880.00||$2,590.00||–||$1,560.00|
We are awaiting VCF approval. We will update this rate card with VCF pricing upon confirmation.
Returnees refer to individuals who have completed Level 1 with EMCC and are returning to EMCC to complete the next level with us.
Refreshers refer to individuals who have completed particular level/s of training either with EMCC or other institutions, and want to sit through the same level/s to refresh their learning.
VWO Charities Capability Funding (VCF) is for eligible staff/volunteers from NCSS member VWOs and MSF-funded VWOs.
We are currently awaiting pre-approval from NCSS. We will inform you once application for VCF is open. Please send in your VCF Pre-approval email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All VCF Pre-approval emails should reach us at least 2 weeks before the start of the workshop.
IMPORTANT: Please note that there are limited spaces available for participants who are registering for this workshop with VCF.
After registration, you will receive an email with an attached invoice. From there, you may choose to pay via the following modes of payments:
|PayPal||We will send you a PayPal link in the email and you may follow the instructions from there.|
|Cheque||Cheque payments should bear the following information and be mailed out to the following address:
Name of Payee: EMCC
Please write your full name and the titles of the workshops that you have signed up for at the back of the cheque.
|Wire Transfer||The registrant will bear all administrative charges by their local bank. The information provided here is needed to facilitate the wire transfer:
Name of Beneficiary: EMCC
Clinical Director, The Gottman Institute
Dave Penner is a licensed clinical psychologist and is the Clinical Director of The Gottman Institure. He is the author of the Educator’s Manual for Teaching the Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, which is based on years of experience teaching John Gottman’s Seven Principles book.
He has trained therapists in the Gottman Method in North America, Asia and Europe and is the co-developer of the Gottman Seven Principles Educator Programme.
In his role as the Clinical Director, Dr. Penner oversees clinical aspects of Institure, including providing consultation to Certified Gottman Therapist and clinicians in training; selecting and training consultants for clinicians pursuing certification; training and supervising video reviewers who certify therapist in the Gottman Method; overseeing quality control of new programmes and products; training and supervising roving therapists at couples workshops and answering clinical questions from clinicians, researchers, the media and the public.
Dave has practised for over 30 years as an individual and couples therapist working in private, university, mental health and hospital settings.
(Bio taken from The Gottman Institute)