Dr. Jeffrey K. Zeig

Dozent der Klner Therapietage 2006

Jeffrey K. ZeigJeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.D. is founder, director and president of the Board of Directors of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation in Phoenix, Arizona, and has spent more than six years in intermittent study with Erickson. He is the architect of The Evolution of Psychotherapy and the Brief Therapy Conferences, as well as the organizer of international Congresses on Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and Psychotherapy. Zeig has edited, co-edited or authorized seventeen professional books and five monographs covering Ericksonian psychotherapy, hypnosis, brief therapy and eclectic psychotherapy. He is a clinical psychologist in private practice and consulting and is president of Zeig, Tucker & Company, psychiatric publishers in Phoenix.

Das war der Beitrag 2006:

Vortrag: The Evolution of Psychotherapy

WS 04: Integrating Therapeutic Approaches to Depression and Anxiety Disorders

Health and mental health professionals will benefit from this timely, dynamic and intensive two-day workshop which presents integrative approaches to anxiety disorders and depression. Depression can be conceptualized intrapsychically, interpersonally and biologically. In each case, therapists can use strategic directives and tasks to affect treatment. The use of congruent and noncongruent strategies will be described and participants will learn how to present directives to make psychotherapy more dynamic and effective. Work with grief and suicide will be presented. Integrative methods of therapy are especially effective in treating the panoply of anxiety disorders from simple phobias to obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Techniques used are derived from Ericksonian Therapy, Gestalt, Strategic Therapy, and Transactional Analysis. Attendees will learn state-of-the-art, integrative methods that are practical and immediately applicable in any form of therapy. Practitioners of all persuasions and all levels of experience will benefit.

WS 04: Couples in Conflict: Resolving Ties (2 x 3h)

Challenging, resistant couples requires therapists to develop sophisticated methods of assessment and intervention. Therapists who actively address their own professional and personal development are best equipped to deal with the most difficult couples. This unique program offers attendees a two-day training format in which to pursue either or both these goals.