Help Clients Handle Drama, Solve People Problems and Heal with Dr. Alan Godwin
Years of manipulation can make your clients feel exhausted, sick and crazy.
Let's give them their power back.
In my course I'll walk you step-by-step through strategies to help your client, as the manipulated party - resolve conflict, avoid drama participation, and heal from exhausting emotional conflict with a manipulator. The strategies I developed after 25 years of working with clients suffering in manipulative relationships will help you pinpoint the issue, and immediately recognize and counter manipulation, while setting healthy boundaries in a toxic relationship.
You'll take away a must-do list for your client, strategies to determine accuracy of a manipulation claim, techniques to help your client recover, and much more. This course will give you the confidence you need to help both the manipulated and the manipulator if the situation calls for it, which is why you'll learn manipulator deficiencies and behavior.
Learn everything you need to help your client deal with drama and build healthier relationships, plus you will get a better way to describe these clinical issues in vocabulary that your client understands and can use in their daily life.
See you in the course,
Dr. Alan Godwin
What your manipulated clients are saying:
Piece of work… Control freak… Drama queen…
Crazy… Psycho… Wacko…Ego-centric… Manipulative… Irritating...“He needs help...”“She drives me crazy…”“I can never just relax and be myself around him…”“When she gets into a fight, she shows her true colors…”
.... And why they feel this way:
Relationships require the individuals involved to engage in healthy communication and problem solving. This leads to restored warmth, closeness and bringing out the best in each other, but that's not the case with manipulators.
Reasoning abilities are a must-have for clients that want to solve conflict, but most manipulators lack these skills.
Help your clients understand how this lack of skills affects the relationship, starts drama and impacts their lives.
What You'll Learn:
Inside the Manipulator's Mind:
The Insider's Guide to Ending Emotional Exploitation
with Dr. Alan Godwin
This 6-hour video will give you strategies to help your client immediately recognize and counter manipulation.
Learn life-changing techniques including:
- How to identify manipulators, including characteristics and common perceptions.
- Relationship interaction differences and repercussions with good and bad conflict.
- Manipulator deficiencies, reasoning alternative, drama-enticing methods, drama participation impact and their response to drama non-participation.
- A vulnerability and must-do list for the manipulated – your client.
- How you will help your client – including determining accuracy of a manipulation claim, teaching counterintuitive actions and encouraging support.
- How to help your client recover, resulting in an improved mood, restored sanity and increased energy.
- How to help clients deal with a controlling boss or spouse, a dependent person or a rescuer using case examples
- Boundaries to set up growth, containment or protection from the manipulator.
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Meet Dr. Alan Godwin
Alan Godwin, PsyD, has dedicated himself to helping individuals, couples, churches, and businesses develop better ways of handling conflict over the last 25 years as a licensed psychologist.
Private practice owner for over 25 years.
Adjunct faculty of Graduate Counseling Department of Trevecca University in Nashville, Tennessee, teaching a class for doctoral students entitled "Psychodynamic Psychotherapies."
Taught undergraduates and guest lectured in the Marriage and Family department.
Penned a regular quarterly feature entitled "Ask Dr. Alan" for Deacon magazine.
Served as a People and Relationships expert on bizymoms.com.
A guest on numerous radio and television programs across the U.S. and Canada.
Published works include:
How to Solve People Problems: Dealing with Your Difficult Relationships
10 Tips for Managing Holiday Family Drama
Marriage Myths: 10 Things That Sound True About Marriage But Aren't
Tired of the Drama: Handling People Who Won't Be Reasonable