How To Best Guide Clients Through A Divorce
While research suggests that 50% of marriages will end in divorce requiring thousands of individuals to seek psychotherapy there are few research supported treatments for healing from a divorce. The divorce process impacts an individual mental and physical well being. The trauma of the divorce does not just affect the partners, but also the children, in-laws, friends and even pets! Divorce is a unique trauma that if not processed can lead to long-term negative effects.
The Afterglow program for healing post-divorce was created based on research supported techniques for treating psychologic...Read moreal disorders. Utilizing strategies and tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Somatic Experiencing the program provides a comprehensive healing program for clients and families going through a divorce. Divorce is not only a loss and heartbreak it is also an opportunity to grow and learn more about yourself and dive into a deeper relationship with those you love. Less...
- State 3 potential client stressors related to divorce
- State both 1 behavioral and 1 cognitive strategy to help a client see their divorce as an opportunity
- State 2 ways to help clients process the loss of the relationship and process anger.
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About the speaker
Elizabeth Cohen, PhD
Dr. Cohen was the recipient of the prestigious American Psychological Foundation Research Award for her doctoral research. Following her time at BU, Dr. Cohen completed her pre-doctoral internship at Bellevue Hospital Center and the New York University Child Study Center. After completing her training, she was asked to become the Director of the CBT program at Bellevue Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic.
Since launching her private practice in 2004, Dr. Cohen has not only provided direct treatment, but has supervised numerous licensed psychologists, doctoral candidates, and psychiatric residents.