HOW TO BREAK THE PATTERN
OF THE "SILENT TREATMENT"
Sponsored by Safe Harbor Christian Counseling of Atlanta Metro
Building trust and improving communication in your Relationships
When: Saturday, October 18, 2014, 12:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Where: Safe Harbor Christian Counseling of Atlanta Metro, 366 Powder Springs Street, Suite 212, Marietta, GA 30064
Who Should Attend: Licensed Professional Counselors and Licensed Social Workers,
including training for pastors, laypersons and interested others.
SPEAKER:Eular Murray Gibbs, LCSW-C
Safe Harbor Christian Counseling of Atlanta Metro, GA
This workshop will focus on one of the damaging communication behaviors in a relationship—"The Silent Treatment".
- If you're suffering in silence—or because of it—your relationship may be more endangered than you realize.
- Research on healthy communication patterns shows that when one partner withdraws in silence, the harm is both emotional and physical.
- The Silent Treatment can be a part of a broader communication pattern, not only in adult relations, but also in parenting styles as well.
At the conclusion of the workshop, the successful participant will learn:
- How to break the destructive pattern of the silent treatment.
- Explore why the silent treatment is used so often in relationships.
- Learn to distinguish between "destructive silence" and "constructive time-out".
- How to end the silent treatment once it has begun.
- How to restore a healthy relationship.
BIO: Eular Murray Gibbs, LCSW-C
Eular is a Regional Director with Safe Harbor Christian Counseling and owner of Safe Harbor Christian Counseling of Cecil County (MD) and Safe Harbor Christian Counseling of Atlanta Metro (GA).
She is a Certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master's degree in Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University and a Bachelor's degree in Counseling Education and Psychology from South Carolina State University.
She has over 35 years experience developing counseling programs for and delivering services to the Children, Teens, Couples and Families.
Eular is a Level 1 Clinical Trained Gottman Therapist, a "Nurturing Parenting" trained Facilitator, and was a regular workshop facilitator for Cecil County "Healthy Marriage Initiative".
She is a member of New Hope Baptist Church in Bel Air, MD. Her past-time interests include: watching professional football and basketball, reading, hiking, and traveling.
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Call Eular Murray Gibbs, Director, Safe Harbor Christian Counseling of Atlanta Metro, at 1-404-692-5299.