Supervision for Dutch Therapists
Take what you've learned at the couples therapist workshop a step further: join a group supervision now that starts in January 2013. You can choose between meeting weekly, twice a month, or monthly, as well as choosing your preferred time: 60 or 90 minutes. The rate is $50 for 60 minutes, and $75 for 90 minutes, and is payable via PayPal or credit card (MC, VISA, AmEx). There is a 6-session minimum commitment, and groups are limited to 6 members. You can join via FUZE videoconferencing through your computer, laptop, smartphone, or telephone. Dutch and English will be spoken during the supervision.
- Present your most challenging cases where you are stuck, and get feedback about how the Loving at Your Best plan can address even severe situations
- You have the opportunity to present short segments of a session, with the couples permission, either via video, audio, or transcript for instant feedback, one of the best ways to expand your clinical skills.
- We'll be using FUZE, the most advanced videoconferencing system available. You can chat with other group members, and we can share slides and notes with each other to help improve your work with couples.
Sue Johnson and Emotionally-Focused Therapy
Travis with Sue Johnson & Marlene Best during the production of a new DVD for therapists working with LGBT couples, titled "Working Successfully with Same Sex Couples," recently released and available via ICEEFT. Travis was supervised personally by Sue for many years in teleconferences and advanced externships in the Emotionally-Focused Therapy model. Travis is a certified emotionally-focused therapist and supervisor.
Jeffrey Young and Schema Therapy
Travis presenting with Dr. Jeffrey Young at the New England Educational Institute in Cape Cod, MA. Travis has worked with Dr. Young since 1994 in the schema therapy model, and is a certified schema therapist, supervisor, and trainer. He co-presented at the New England Educational Institute in Cape Cod, MA for three years with Dr. Young. Travis has also presented schema therapy couples workshops at two ISST world conferences, both in Portugal (2008) and New York (2012). He is the author of "Schema Therapy for Couples: Healing in a Relationship" in the Handbook of Schema Therapy (2012).