“I love when we share wisdom—we can integrate and get so much better at what we do! Thanks so much Liz for your wonderful teaching.”

Friday, November 30, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST

Lunch ‘n’ Learn Webinar: How To Create a Full Life

Beyond the Typical Work/Life Balance Paradigm

We often hear the phrase “work/life balance” but for any of us who have actually tried to do this balance we know it is much more of a see-saw experience. In this Lunch ‘n’ Learn, Dr. Cohen will talk about busting the “balance” myth and embracing the full life design. Learn how you can identify the essentials in your life and how to spend more time doing the things you love. Start creating a plan for how to have all of what you want/need without feeling depleted.

You Will Learn:

  1. Three tools to improve their ability to “be in the moment.”
  2. How to track energy and work flow over the course of the day.
  3. Two strategies to make decisions faster.

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“So grateful to Elizabeth for her amazing teaching, warmth and clinical acumen—it has been a great experience!”

Positive, Bonding & Intellectually Growing!

“That was just such a positive, bonding and intellectually growing experience in your class. Thank you for that—you should be proud!“

Wonderful Experience!

“Wonderful experience, very skilled and knowledgeable presenter, collaborative and collegial atmosphere.”



Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques within a Psychodynamic Treatment. Hosted by The Psychotherapy Division of the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.

Despite the desire among many psychodynamic clinicians to weave cognitive behavioral strategies into their psychodynamic work, clinicians may be unclear as to how to most effectively go about doing so. This seminar will address this issue, focusing on specific approaches to integrating cognitive behavioral strategies and techniques into psychodynamic therapies. The course is designed for experienced psychodynamic clinicians who wish to expand their skill set.  Topics that will be covered include: 1) setting behavioral goals for treatment while maintaining a dynamic conceptualization; 2) incorporating behavioral techniques for common anxiety disorders into ongoing psychodynamic therapy; 3) implementing behavioral strategies in working with patients with depression to facilitate engagement in a therapeutic process; 4) open discussion of practical and conceptual challenges presented by integrative approaches to treatment.