Self-sabotage occurs when someone gets in the way of his or her own success or well-being. Often, people have the ability to change, but do not apply the necessary thought patterns, behaviors, and communication skills that lead to growth. Why not?
Understanding self-sabotage gives clients and therapists the perspective and tools to navigate the complex dynamics of personal development in the midst of conflicted inner desires. Most often, people consciously crave change, but unconsciously resist the very process of change. To create shifts, we need to examine the underlying motivation to maintain the status-quo and engage in self-sabotage.
This web conference offers a clear model that explains the ubiquitous nature of self-sabotage and why people do not apply the tools available to change their lives for the better.
During the presentation, we will examine three psychological attachments that drive self-sabotaging feelings and actions:
This web conference is intermediate instructional level and designed to help clinicians:
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"Really interesting topic - will definitely look at the presenter's materials to learn more." - Lauren Aycock Anderson, MS, LGMFT, NCC
"Great presentation! Eager to learn more!" - Daniela Perone, PhD
Two CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this web conference in its entirety.
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Mike Bundrant is a retired mental health counselor and co-founder of the iNLP Center. He is the author of the book Your Achilles Eel : Discover and Overcome the Hidden Cause of Negative Emotions, Bad Decisions and Self-Sabotage and the co-developer of the online program A-H-A! for those that struggle with self-sabotage.
Mike blogs regularly on the topic of psychotherapy, and he founded Healthy Times Newspaper, which is now distributed in five different territories, including Japan and Hong Kong. He has been teaching Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) since 1995, and he offers NLP courses in Japan twice annually. Mike and his wife Hope are raising a blended family of eight children in California, and the use of NLP has enhanced his family life. For more information on Mike and his work, please visit his website at inlpcenter.org.