Psychologist Miriam Galindo is a member of a panel of experts used in family cases by the Orange County Superior Court in Southern California. Running a private practice with her husband, Dr. Jorge Galindo, she focuses on cases involving child custody and high-conflict divorce. Dr. Miriam Galindo is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT).
With over 32,000 members, CAMFT is dedicated to promoting the cause of licensed marriage and family therapists. As part of its continuing-education endeavor, CAMFT will be holding its 2019 Fall Symposium November 8-9, at the Hilton Irvine/Orange County Airport, in Irvine. One of the sessions to be presented is by Carla Rather, LFMT, who will introduce participants on how to effectively handle “Forgiveness Conversations” founded on the Attachment Injury Repair Model (AIRM) of Emotionally Focused Therapy.
It has been factually substantiated that 90 percent of couples experienced reduced relational distress using AIRM. Hostilities occur in relationships, and without a forgiveness process, the probability for connection and closeness with others diminishes. Aside from relationships, AIRM can also be used to facilitate healing in societal conflicts. To learn more about this session and the 2019 Fall Symposium, visit www.camft.org/fs19.