Clients walk into your office every day with different complaints and yet there is a commonality that is easily missed – the context in which their struggles often develop is conflict – poorly-handled, unresolved conflict.
Conflict is unavoidable, whether it’s in a marriage, family, work, or friendship context though it’s not always obvious that poor conflict management skills are at the heart of client’s problems. Their lack of conflict management skills can lead to struggles with depression, anxiety, and a host of other issues that bring them to your office. These problems become even more significant if the client has a conflict with an emotional manipulator who has neither the ability nor desire to resolve problems.
Many mental health clinicians are not skilled at conflict resolution and it is an area often neglected in many training programs. Alternative Dispute Resolution expert, Dr. Alan Godwin, combines decades of clinical practice and the latest behavioural research to offer you comprehensive solutions and an easy-to-understand conflict resolution system you will be ready to use the next day to engage and empower your clients.
Don’t miss out on this unique chance to expand your clinical skill set, your clients are counting on you.
|Manual - 2-Day Conflict Resolution Course for Mental Health Professionals (3 MB)||143 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Alan Godwin, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist in private practice with nearly 30 years of experience. Certified in Alternative Dispute Resolution, he has dedicated himself to helping individuals, couples, churches, and businesses develop better ways of handling conflict. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Godwin serves on the adjunct faculty of the Graduate Counseling Department of Trevecca University in Nashville, TN, where he teaches a class for doctoral students entitled "Psychodynamic Psychotherapies." He has also taught undergraduates and has guest lectured in the Marriage and Family department.
Additionally, he has penned a regular quarterly feature entitled "Ask Dr. Alan" for Deacon magazine, writes a weekly email called “The Drama Review: In Relationships and Culture,” and has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs across the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Godwin's book, How to Solve Your People Problems: Dealing with Your Difficult Relationships, explains how and why conflict goes badly and how to make it go well with two types of people: reasonable and unreasonable.
Financial: Alan Godwin maintains a private practice. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Alan Godwin has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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