Victor Yalom. The Art of Psychotherapy
My goal with The Trauma Therapist Project–the podcast, Trauma Therapist | 2.0, and my online course, Inner-Work For The New Trauma Worker–has always been to raise the awareness of trauma, and to help support, educate and inspire new trauma therapists.
This week I’m continuing that mission, albeit with something different. A few weeks ago I reached out to Victor Yalom of psychotherapy.net and inquired about partnering with him to bring my listeners one of his most popular online courses, Irvin Yalom and the Art of Psychotherapy.
I thought this would be a great chance for you to learn from a master therapist.
Irvin Yalom, is a prolific author, well-known for integrating existentialism into his work, as well as for working in the here and now. It is these latter two elements which are integral to working with those who’ve been impacted by trauma, and the reason I wanted to partner with Victor to bring this course to you.
In this episode I talk to Victor, the son of Irvin Yalom, and himself, a licensed psychologist with over 25 years of experience, and the founder and CEO of Psychotherapy.net.
Victor shares his personal story of what inspired him to get into the field of psychotherapy, and then eventually found psychotherapy.net.
Victor gives us a peek into this incredible course, Irvin Yalom and the Art of Psychotherapy, and also offers The Trauma Therapist | Podcast listeners a unique discount.
In This Episode
- Psychotherapy.net’s video library
- Psychotherapy.net Membership
- Irvin Yalom
- James F.T. Bugental