Weekend Workshops in the Greater Las Vegas Area
The Art & SCIENCE of Love
Las Vegas, NV
Presented in Las Vegas, Nevada
by Scott Wolfe, Ph.D. and Tammy M. Shelton, M.A., LMFT
Certified Gottman Therapists & Workshop Leaders
13.5 CE’s available, please see registration page for details.
Next Las Vegas Workshop: April 22nd & 23rd, 2017
New 2017 Dates Coming Soon...
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For further information on the Weekend Couples Workshop, please contact:
Scott Wolfe, Ph.D.: (702) 757-7393
The Weekend Couples and Marriage Workshops in Las Vegas, NV are designed by Drs. John and Julie Gottman and are offered in the Greater Nevada Metro Area, serving the counties of Clark County, Nye County, and Lincoln County. The ASL is beneficial to couples, including those living in the surrounding communities of Las Vegas, Boulder City, Winchester, Paradise, Sunrise Manor, North Las Vegas, Spring Valley, Pahrump, Victory Village, Carver Park, East Las Vegas, Texas Acres, Whitney, Hillegas, Winterwood, McKeeversville, Junction City, Boulder Junction, Bracken, Hesse Camp, Bullhead City AZ, and Kingman AZ.
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Tammy M. Shelton, M.A., LMFT, LPCC, is a Certified Gottman Therapist, practicing in Tustin, California. Graduated from Pepperdine University with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. Later she went onto to pursue her licensure as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and later became a Certified Gottman Therapist and has most recently Certified in EMDR. Tammy combines her education and experience of working with clients in recovery using Gottman methods and techniques as it relates to repairing their relationships and stopping their dependencies.
Tammy teaches individuals how to stop the reoccurring cycles of anxiety, depression and failed relationships by bridging the gap in providing assistance dealing with the mental health struggles, along with how to maintain sobriety during the healing process. When a person in recovery has proper support from their spouse, friends and family members the healing process becomes easier to manage making sobriety more attainable. Using the Gottman methods is the how to, instruction manual to be successful in healing not only for the person in recovery, for the entire family unit.
For more information about Tammy and her work please visit:
Tammy M. Shelton, M.A., LMFT, LPCC
Dr. Scott Wolfe is a Clinical Psychologist and Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist and Workshop Leader who practices in Columbia, Maryland. To find out why certification is important please visit Gottman.com.
Dr. Wolfe has specialized in individual and couples counseling for over twenty-five years and has helped hundreds of couples and individuals struggle through their darkest times to find their full potential.
In addition to being personally trained in couple therapy by Drs. John and Julie Gottman, Dr. Wolfe has trained with leading family therapists at his predoctoral internship with The University of California, San Francisco and at the California School of Professional Psychology-Fresno (APA Fully Approved) where he completed his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. Later he was on the Adjunct Faculty there and taught Marital and Family Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on the graduate level.
Dr. Wolfe has also completed Advanced Training and an Advanced Externship in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) with Dr. Susan Johnson and senior EFT trainers at the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy iceeft.com. Dr. Wolfe integrates EFT and Attachment Theory into his work with both individuals and couples. Finally, he also has been a clinical supervisor for Loyola College in Baltimore and has been a consultant for The Johns Hopkins University research program "Keeping Families Strong."
In addition to his expertise in individual therapy with adults and adolescents, Dr. Wolfe's specialized areas of expertise in couple therapy include marital enrichment, premarital assess-ment and counseling, parenting, couple com-munication and intimacy, affair recovery, infertility distress, sexual issues including frequency and desire, same sex couples, and step-family parenting. Dr. Wolfe also provides marathon couples coaching sessions (intensive sessions of two or more hours) for couples in crisis, couples on the brink, or for couples coming from out of town where there is no Certified Gottman Couples Therapist available.
For more information about Gottman Method Couples Therapy visit Gottman.com.
For further information on the
Columbia, MD Workshop, please contact:
Scott Wolfe, Ph.D.: (410) 381-4411
Scott Wolfe, Ph.D.
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