Couples and Depression: What To Do When Your Partner is Blue

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Michigan School of Professional Psychology (MiSPP)

announces The MiSPP 2012 Better Living Series: Shining a Light on Depression

The next presentation is -

Couples and Depression: What To Do When Your Partner is Blue

Presented by John Brennan, JD,PsyD, LLP and Marcia Ferstenfeld, MA, LLP

What's it all about?  Understanding, validating & empathy.

Problem-solving:  Further improving communication and addressing stress.               

Staying strong:   You didn't cause it and you can't fix it.

Staying Healthy:  Taking action to overcome depression in healthy ways.

This Event is Free

Register online at www.farmlib.org | Programs | Calendars | View Library Program Calendar, or call the Main Library at (248) 553-6880 or the Farmington Branch at (248) 553-0300 ext. 216.

John Brennan, JD, PsyD, LLP, is in clinical practice at the Relationship Institute. He is a member of the Board of the Imago Relationships Therapists of Michigan as a legal adviser. He continues to utilize, as part of his clinical practice, his dissertation entitled, “Into the Lion’s Den: How Men Experience Hesitancy in Couples Therapy”. John is an Adjunct Faculty member at the Michigan School of Professional Psychology, Sienna Heights University and Oakland Community College, where he has been teaching psychology since 2007.

Marcia Ferstenfeld, MA, LLP, works in Southfield and is an Imago Relationship Therapist with Advanced Clinician Status.  She is certified by Imago Relationships International founded by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt as a presenter of Getting the Love You Want workshops for couples and Keeping the Love You Find workshops for personal growth.  A co-creator of the Supporting Our Children workshop, she brings a wealth of insight and experience to her work, which she devotes to the development of healthy, loving relationships.


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