Michele Scheinkman, LCSW, is a faculty member at The Ackerman Institute for the Family specializing in couple’s therapy training. She also has a private practice in Manhattan. Former Director of Training at the Chicago Center for Family Health and Lecturer at the University of Chicago, she was a consultant at the multicultural Roberto Clemente Center in New York City for many years. Her articles about couples therapy are widely valued and include: The Vulnerability Cycle: Working With Impasses In Couples Therapy (2004); Beyond the Trauma of Betrayal: Reconsidering Affairs in Couples Therapy (2005 ); The Multi-level Approach: A Road Map to Couples Therapy (2008); Disarming Jealousy in Couples Therapy: A Multidimensional Approach (2010). Her workshops in the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia are highly regarded for her integrative multicultural approach, conceptual clarity, and practical application with a wide range of couples.
From Impasse to Intimacy: An Integrative Multicultural Perspective A multifaceted/multicultural approach to couples therapy When couples arrive in our offices they are usually trapped in recurrent cycles form which on their own they cannot get out. In this workshop Michele will describe how to utilize The vulnerability cycle ( VC) as a basic tool to […]