Coherence Therapy: Swift Change at the Core of Emotional Truth
Coherence therapy is a set of methods and concepts for bringing about profound shifts and the cessation of a wide range of symptoms in far fewer sessions than is expected in most depth-oriented psychotherapies. Its experiential methods serve as a therapist's GPS for accurately finding the specific, unconscious, adaptive emotional learnings maintaining symptoms and then guiding the dissolution of those subcortical schemas, releasing their choke-hold and ending symptom production. Videos of real sessions demonstrate this subjectively rich coherence-focused work. Also described is corroboration from the recent neurobiological discovery of how ingrained emotional memory circuits become unlocked and unwired.
Successful completion will provide you with 6 CE credits. A CE certificate may be downloaded and printed immediately upon completion.
Part of the APA Online Academy Convention Workshop Presentations Campus.
- Define the coherence model of symptom production and a coherence-focused methodology for ending symptoms at their emotional and neural roots.
- Define the brain's mechanism for dismantling the neural circuits of an emotional implicit memory.
- Practice three coherence-based techniques for rapid accessing and change of the unconscious emotional schemas maintaining a symptom.
Bruce Ecker, MA
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