- Keith Miller
- 1 Hour 56 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Mar 23, 2018
These days it seems there’s a jerk waiting around every corner—on the street, on your social media feed, even in your consulting room. Is there anything therapists can do for our clients and communities to help us successfully engage with the antagonistic people in our lives? In this recording, we’ll examine how to apply the therapeutic concept of radical acceptance as a practical and safe strategy to bring more peace, civility, and creativity into potentially polarizing situations.
Where do [email protected]@holes come from?
- Owning your inner [email protected]@hole: Examining our own political incorrectness and selfishness
- Biological, epigenetic, and behavioral factors
Trick or treat? What to do when compassion and empathy are met with hostility
- Case conceptualization for narcissistic, borderline, and perfectionist personalities
- Compassionate confrontation: Standing up for yourself without putting the other down
Changing [email protected]@hole Culture
- Creative, non-violent responses to repression and socially violent behavior
- Nurturing courage and connection: Breaking the cycle of shame and silence
Keith Miller & Associates Counseling
Keith Miller, LICSW, is the director of Keith Miller & Associates, a large private practice specializing in couples therapy in Washington, DC. A certified Imago Relationship Therapist and certified Internal Family System (IFS) therapist, Keith is the author of Love Under Repair: How to Save Your Marriage and Survive Couples Therapy (2015). Keith is a frequent guest on television and radio, he enjoys presenting complex topics with humor and down-to-earth familiarity. He writes a blog called Love Good and is author of numerous articles that aim to make it easier for couples to succeed at marriage and committed partnership. Keith is passionate about lowering the stigma couples face for going to therapy and is candid about how his own marriage of 15 years was saved by the kinds of couples therapy interventions he explains in this seminar. He holds a Masters in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and practiced psychiatric community mental health many years. Keith’s undergraduate degree in religion and spirituality deeply shaped his believe in the interconnectedness of life and the possibility of transformation.
Speaker Disclosures: Financial: Keith Miller is in private practice. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Keith Miller is a member of Image Relationships International; and Center for Self Leadership.