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  • Level 3 Gottman Method Therapy
     October 3, 2019 - October 5, 2019
     8:30 am - 5:00 pm



8:30 AM – 5 PM


STUDENT REGISTRATION: $855 | Deadline Sept 20

STANDARD REGISTRATION: $950 | Deadline Sept 20

All deadlines at 12 midnight, PST.

Student rate is applicable to students and faculty. Show school ID at the door.
Multiple registrants, enrolling together, receive an additional $25 discount for each person. This rebate is sent after all registrants have paid in full.
Please keep in mind that customized payment plans are available Contact Dr. Crossen and learn how payments plans have helped other professionals.

Continuing education credit available via R. Cassidy Seminars.

Registration limited to 12 people.

Course Description:

  • Small group setting using demonstration, role-plays and feedback to refine case formulation and clinical process using the Gottman method.
  • Video sessions of real couples, guided role-plays, and nuanced discussion to clarify implementing various Gottman method skills.
  • Demonstration and Q & A for working with resistance and co-morbidities of couples.
  • Learning in a professional, safe and secure environment (20 CE credits available).

Learning Objectives:

  • Use the Oral History Interview during assessment of a couple
  • Assess a couple and develop a therapy plan using Sound Relationship House theory
  • Help couples recognize the “Four Horsemen” and substitute antidotes
  • Develop skill intervening when flooding occurs in a couple in therapy sessions
  • Identify and apply appropriate tools for deepening couples’ Friendship System
  • Assist couples to clarify and address solvable, perpetual and gridlocked conflicts
  • Apply “Dreams Within Conflict” to elicit hope and to transform perpetual conflict
  • Resolve lingering negative experiences with Aftermath of Regrettable Incident
  • Facilitate solving problems by applying “Compromise Ovals”
  • Sensitively recognize and intervene when co-morbidities hamper emotional closeness and conflict management

Training Prerequisites

  • Master’s or doctoral degree OR current graduate enrollment in mental health field
  • Completed Level 1 Live Training or DVD Home study (Documentation required)
  • Completed Level 2 Live Training or DVD Home study (Documentation required)
  • Therapy experience highly recommended, but not required
Free catered lunches! Based on enthusiastic feedback from previous attendees, Dr. Crossen has modified the schedule by providing working lunches during which he leads an interactive Q&A, shows and discusses the required videos, and addresses co-morbidities.
This modification allows for additional time for role-plays, individualized training, and in-depth discussions with Dr. Crossen.

MENU: salad, sandwich, fruit, chips, cookies and beverages with accommodation for specialized dietary needs. Participants will choose their menu options during registration on the first day.

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: Dr. Crossen is a Master Gottman Trainer since 2015 and has practiced psychology  in Oregon since 1986. He has trained post-doctoral psychologists, taught graduate students, published research, and provided clinical services. He has been a Certified Gottman Therapist since 2008 and has assisted Drs. John and Julie Gottman at multiple couples’ workshops. Since 2012 he has been a Certified Leader of the Art and Science of Love Workshop.

Register to secure your seats.

Space is limited.

Still not sure? Contact Dr. Crossen.

I am happy to respond to specific questions and concerns about my workshops. I do my best to respond within 2 business days.