Beyond the Words with Kristin Osborn

Sep 6 2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Skånegatan 97 Stockholm
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Learn how the non-verbal interplay deepens the therapeutic alliance

Learning to listen is a skill we learn in graduate school, but how many clinicians are taught to listen with their eyes? Or listen with their feelings? Or listen within the transference? Learn how the non-verbal interplay between patient and therapist appears to deepen the power of the spoken word. In this workshop, you’ll watch video excerpts from live psychotherapy sessions and receive research tools you can use in your own practice. You’ll learn how to explore non-verbal interplay to gain additional information and meaning to make informed interventions with your clients.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to search for para-verbal clues that underly the psychotherapy interchange
  • Learn how to include non-verbal observations and interventions into your work
  • Learn how to evaluate whether non-verbal interplay has increased the effectiveness of their treatment
  • Learn how research tools can improve your clinical skills

Learning Methods:

    • Video-segments of psychotherapy sessions
    • Interactive exercises
    • PowerPoint presentation
    • Achievement of Therapeutic Objectives Rating Scale
    • Achievement of Therapeutic Objectives-Therapist Rating Scale

Literature:
Bhatia, M., Gil Rodriguez, M., Fowler, D., Godin, J., Drapeau, M. & McCullough, L. (2009). Desensitization to Conflicted Feelings: Using the ATOS to measure early change in a single-case Affect Phobia Therapy treatment. Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, 1, 31-38.
Donovan, J., Osborn, K, Rice, S., Paraverbal Communication: Beyond the Words, 2016
McCullough, L., Kuhn, N, Andrews, S., Wolf, J.,Kaplan, A., & Lanza Hurley, C., Treating Affect Phobia: A Manual for Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy, 2003
McCullough, L., Bhatia, M., Ulvenes, P., Berggraf, L., Osborn, K., (2011), Learning how to rate video-recorded therapy sessions: A practical guide for trainees and advanced clinicians. Psychotherapy, Vol 48(2), Jun 2011, 127-137
Ryum, T., Store-Valen, J., Svartberg, M., Stiles, T. C., & McCullough, L. (2014). Factor analysis of the Achievement of Therapeutic Objectives Scale (ATOS) in short-term dynamic psychotherapy and cognitive therapy. Psychological Assessment, 26, 925-934. doi: 10.1037/a0036570
Schanche, E., Nielsen, G. H., McCullough, L., Valen, J., & Mykletun, A. (2010). Training graduate students as raters in psychotherapy process research: Reliability of ratings with the Achievement of Therapeutic Objectives Scale (ATOS). Nordic Psychology, 62, 4-20. doi:10.1027/1901- 2276/a000013
Schanche, E., Stiles, T. C., McCullough, L., Svartberg, M., & Nielsen, G. H. (2011). The relationship between activating affects, inhibitory affects, and self-compassion in patients with Cluster C personality disorders. Psychotherapy, 48, 293-303. doi:10.1037/a0022012
Stern et al (1998), The Process of Therapeutic Change Involving Implicit Knowledge: Some Implications of Developmental Observations for Adult Psychotherapy. Infant Mental Health Journal, 19, 300-308
Valen, J., Ryum, T., Svartberg, M., Stiles, T. C., & McCullough, L. (2011). The Achievement of Therapeutic Objectives Scale: Interrater reliability and sensitivity to change in short-term dynamic psychotherapy and cognitive therapy. Psychological Assessment, 23, 848-855. doi:10.1037/a0023649

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