Winter Conference: What Difference Does a Theory Make? Secure Attachment and Differentiation of Self
Conference Presenter: Lorna Hecht, MA, LMFT
Course content and objectives:
This conference is for:
- Clinicians who want to expand their understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of secure attachment and differentiation of self and the ways in which the two concepts fundamentally differ, sending therapy in very different directions.
- Individuals who are using therapy to bring about changes in their own life and family and have an interest in understanding the thinking driving the therapy.
What Will I Learn?
After attending this program, participants will have deeper understanding and clinical competence in:
- Concepts and history of Attachment Theory and Bowen Theory
- The theoretical similarities and differences between the cornerstone concepts of secure attachment and differentiation of self.
- Clinical applications of an attachment versus differentiation orientation. What difference does the theory make in therapy?
Date: January 25, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
Location: Rio Vista Building, Suite 100 (Conference Room) 8885 Rio San Diego, San Diego, CA 92108
Certificates of Completion
Will be awarded on the premises at the completion of 3.0 hour session of instruction upon submission of a course evaluation.
CE Credits LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs - $10.00
Refund / Cancellation Policy:
Full refund less credit card fees will be applied through Friday, January 18, 2019. After that, contact Lorna directly
Please address any grievances to:
Lorna Hecht-Zablow, MFT
8885 Rio San Diego Drive, Ste. 106
San Diego, CA 92108
Provider: Lorna Hecht, MFT, MFC35604, CEPA #035339. Clinical member of AAMFT and CAMFT.