Learn About Stan Tatkin’s PACT Approach to Working with Couples
Hi Austin therapist! This is a free class for you! In this 40 min video, Dr. Stan Tatkin guides you through his approach to working with couples. The PACT approach, developed by Dr. Tatkin, has been lauded worldwide for its innovative combination of the very latest science and understandings of relationship health. Couples therapist John Howard interviews Stan, asking him questions therapists often have about how to better serve couples in our practices.
To register for the Level I training in Austin personally taught by Stan, CLICK HERE to SIGN UP!
- How incorporating advanced couples therapy science can be like jazz
- How to track arousal regulation strategies in your clients
- The role of attachment theory in PACT couples therapy
- Why interpersonal neurobiology matters in relationship work
- The importance and value of training in an advanced couples therapy model, like PACT!
Dr. Stan Tatkin will be teaching Level I of the PACT approach himself this year in Austin, TX beginning on June 8, 2018. Three Friday afternoons and weekends complete the Level I training in June, August and September. Dr. Tatkin does not usually teach Level I himself, so this is a rare opportunity to learn from one of the top trainers in the field of psychology and couples therapy today!
All trainings will be held at the St. Edward’s University campus in Austin, TX. The dates are:
Don’t wait! Register today and save your spot for the PACT Level I training with Stan Tatkin. You’ll learn a tremendous amount not only about couples therapy, but how to be a better therapist across the board. Watch the free training above, and click the link below to sign up for the Level I training this year!
To register for the Level I training in Austin, CLICK HERE to SIGN UP!
Dr. Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT is widely regarded as one of the top couples therapists in the world, and has been instrumental in modernizing couples therapy, bringing cutting-edge neuroscience and regulation theory into couples therapy models. He has a clinical practice in Calabasas, CA, where he has specialized in working with couples for the last 15 years. He is an assistant clinical professor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine. He is a former president of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and was voted Marriage and Family educator of the year by that organization in 2014. He is the founder of PACT (A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy®) and the author of numerous books including Wired for Love, Wired for Dating, Love and War in Intimate Relationships, and the audio series Your Brain on Love.