Joyce Catlett, MA
Mental health advocate and film producer
Joyce Catlett began her career in psychology as a children’s mental health advocate, working with autistic children. A founding member of The Glendon Association, she has been a national lecturer and workshop facilitator in the areas of couples’ relations and child abuse prevention. With Glendon, she has co-produced close to 40 video documentaries on a wide range of mental health topics.
Joyce trains mental health professionals in voice therapy methodology, has been instrumental in the development and training of instructors in Compassionate Child Rearing: A Parenting Education Program, a program for educators and professionals working with parents in comprehensive prevention/mental health services.
An author and lecturer, Joyce has collaborated on numerous books including: The Self Under Siege, Conquer Your Critical Inner Voice, Fear of Intimacy, Creating a Life of Meaning and Compassion, Sex and Love in Intimate Relationships, and The Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships.
Breaking Patterns to Achieve Better Relationships
May 11 - 13, 2018
Friday - Sunday, 2 nights
Interpersonal relationships are the ultimate source of happiness and of challenges. What are the factors that determine whether partners will end up experiencing love and fulfillment in their relationships? This workshop helps you answer that question by providing a theoretical model that integrates attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, and separation theory. In this eye-opening weekend, psychology...