Learn Boundaries, Communication & Assertiveness Skills
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 6 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Learn about the definition of boundaries and how they develop.
- Learn about internalized shame from the parents and culture.
- Learn what unhealthy boundaries are and how to defend against abuse.
- Learn to identify feelings.
- Learn the three forms of communication.
- Learn appropriate paraphrasing and validating skills.
- No course requirements
When society is dysfunctional and parents are shame bound they display unhealthy boundaries and project their shame onto their children. This creates unhealthy boundaries in the children and makes it exceedingly difficult to set healthy boundaries and stop abuse.
The first section of this course teaches what healthy and unhealthy boundaries are, how they develop, how shame warps them and impairs an individual’s ability to defend against abusive behavior of self and others.
We are able to become intimate and resolve problems to the degree that we are able to communicate effectively. Most of the problems associated with society can be traced to faulty communication and conflict resolution. This video addresses the art of communication.
The second section teaches effective communication and assertiveness principles and identifies aggressive and passive-aggressive patterns. It will help you identify emotions and teach paraphrasing and validating.
- Professionals and Students in the Psychology field
- General Audience
- Self-help seekers
Definition of healthy and unhealthy boundaries.
Definition of boundaries and how they develop in either a healthy or unhealthy manner.
This section describes how feelings build within the system and describes the difference between primary and secondary feelings.
This lesson contains a role playing exercise with a couple having the same argument twice with two different outcomes. The only difference was that in one example the couple was able to communicate better using paraphrasing and validating, and on the other one they didn't.