Couple Therapy Treatment Program
Albert Brok, PhD, CGP, Director, Ellen Gussaroff, PhD, LCSW, Co-Director & Delverlon Hall, LCSW, Assistant Director

Finding the Fear  
Understanding and Dissolving Blocks to Intimacy

Lee D. Kassan, MA, CGP, LFAGPA

Fear has many faces in couple relationships.  This workshop will present an approach grounded in attachment theory to help couples shift from conflict to genuine intimacy.  Lee Kassan, MA, will teach principles and demonstrate interventions using role play volunteers to highlight how attachment fears sabotage fulfillment in the life of couples. 

Lee Kassan, MA is Editor of the Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society. He is a Psychoanalyst as well as a Couple and Group Therapist. 

Learning Objectives:
Participants will be able to:

  • Describe the four basic attachment styles.
  • Identify attachment-based fears that emerge in couple dynamics
  • Recognize effective interventions to address fears in a couple's conflicts
  • Understand how disarming fears can further intimacy in couple relationships 

Three hours CEU credit for Social Workers

For information Contact Dr. Albert Brok at: 212 580 3086 •
To Register by phone, please call (212) 627-8181 

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