Maximizing Effectiveness in Therapy Using Memory Reconsolidation


Bruce Ecker, MA, LMFT


McLean Baptist Church, 1367 Chain Bridge Road, McLean VA


9am to 5:00pm; sign-in and coffee at 8:30am

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Phone: Contact Sharon Nalley at 301-526-3018
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Members: $170.00 ($195.00 on or after Oct 24)

Non Members: $220.00 ($245.00 on or after Oct 24)

Cancellation Policy: See attached flyer for details


Research by neuroscientists has revealed the brain's innate, core process, know as memory reconsolidation, that can radically eliminate an emotional or behavioral response pattern originally acquired through implicit learning.

Whether your therapeutic approach, and whether you meet with individuals, couples or families, the consistency of your sessions in facilitating transformational change can increase significantly with awareness of what the brain requires for such liberating shifts to occur.

Through lecture and session videos showing the steps of this process taking place, this workshop will equip you with a clear, universal map of these critical steps, defined from the brain's point of view, independently of any particular system of psychotherapy.

Bruce Ecker, MA, LMFT, is co-originator of Coherence Therapy and coauthor of Unlocking the Emotional Brain: Eliminating Symptoms at Their Roots Using Memory Reconsolidation; the Coherence Therapy Practice Manual & Training Guide; and Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How To Be Brief When You Were Trained To Be Deep and Vice Versa.  Clarifying how transformational change takes place is the central theme of Bruce Ecker's clinical career, and he has contributed many innovations in concepts and methods of experiential psychotherapy.  Since 2006 he has driven the clinical field's recognition of memory reconsolidation as the core process of transformational change and has developed the application of this brain research breakthrough to advancements in therapeutic effectiveness and psychotherapy integration.  Bruce is a frequent presenter at conferences and workshops internationally, has taught extensively in clinical graduate programs, and is in private practice near San Francisco.

6 CE Credits provided by NASW