May
23
Thu
SE™ Professional Training: Beginning I
May 23 – May 26 all-day

The Somatic Experiencing® (SE™) trauma resolution method, developed by Peter A. Levine, PhD, author of the bestseller, “Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma,” is a potent psychobiological approach to resolving the symptoms of trauma and chronic stress.

Whether you are a medical or mental health professional, addictions counselor, first responder, body worker, educator, alternative medicine practitioner, or other helping professional, the three-year SE™ Professional Training is a continuing education program that will help you make an even greater difference with your clients who suffer.

The SE method offers a framework to assess where your client is “stuck” in the fight, flight, or freeze responses and provides clinical tools to resolve these fixated physiological states that underlie so many trauma symptoms. Our educational model is both theoretical and highly experiential, offering you effective skills for restoring nervous system regulation and resolving trauma that can be immediately integrated into your professional practice.
CEUs are available for US trainings through APA, ASWB, BRN (CA), NAADAC, NBCC, NCBTMB, and NCCAOM.

Learn more about the training program, faculty, and introductory webinars at our website.

May
24
Fri
Radiant Intimacy – Helen Fisher, Terry Real, Diane Poole Heller, Michaela Boehm, Steve James, Celeste Hirschman, Dimitry Yakoushkin, & Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo @ Scotts Valley CA
May 24 – May 27 all-day

We all long for love. We long to be intimately connected to ourselves and others. For some, a partnership or marriage is the natural outcome of this longing. Others find alternative styles of intimacy more fulfilling. For most of us, love and sexuality can be complex and confusing.

We live in a dynamic time of transition: from post-patriarchy relationships, gender equality, and new definitions of femininity and masculinity to new styles of parenting and modern sexual dynamics.

Radiant intimacy is an emerging field of exploration bringing awareness to the topics of relationships, sexuality, and love. It draws on psychology, trauma theory, modern evolutionary biology, and scientific sex research.

Join 1440 Multiversity and internationally renowned neuroscientist Helen Fisher along with the founders of the Science and Nonduality series—Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo—as they bring together leading scientists, authors, artists, and teachers, for an experiential weekend of workshops. During this special retreat designed to expand your understanding of intimacy and what neuroscience can teach us about love, we will give you tools to navigate the complexities of modern-day relating and expand your experience of intimacy.

Through carefully crafted exercises, keynote lectures, targeted workshops, potent meditations, and performances, you will engage the concept of radiant intimacy, and how to express and integrate it within a spiritual path. You will also explore:
– Attachment styles and their effects on relationships
– Shadow elements within a relationship, and how early developmental trauma can impact our capacity for relating
– How sexuality and sexual energy—an essential life force—can open us to the experience of our true nature and the unity consciousness
– The evolution and future of human sexuality, love, and relationships.
You’ll return home with tools you can use in your daily life to create and sustain deeply fulfilling relationships with life, yourself, and others.

May
26
Sun
Summer Dream & Spirituality Conference: Spiritual Resilience in Uncertain Times
May 26 – May 31 all-day

10 Presentations • 24+ Workshops • 4+ Dream Group Sessions • CEUs Available
At Kanuga Conference Center in the beautiful NC Blue Ridge Mountains

I get knocked down, but I get up again. You are never gonna keep me down.
– Chumbawamba

In the late 90’s these lyrics were a tribute to the resilience of ordinary people. Loss, trauma, failure, or simply the anxiety and fear that come from living with insecurity and uncertainty, can knock us down.

Imagine spending six days in the Blue Ridge Mountains, gathered with a group of ordinary people learning resources for “getting up again.” Carl Jung said, “We are not what happened to us, we are what we wish to become.” At the Haden Institute we believe most people wish to become the best self they are created to be. The Conference will focus on developing greater resilience through dream work, connection with the Divine, improved relationships with others, deeper inner work, creative expression, ritualizing dream messages, and greater cultural and self knowledge. We invite you to join us as we learn to, as Jung would say, “create more and more consciousness, and therefore kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.”

2019 Key Presentations:
– The Enneagram as Source of Spiritual Resilience — Joe Howell
– Embodying the Dream: The Union of Inner and Outer Worlds — Kathleen Wiley
– Safety vs. Security: How to Feel Secure in an Unsafe World — Pittman McGehee
– The Search for Racial Healing — Catherine Meeks
– Dreams that Can Save Your Life: Cancer Diagnosis and Healing — Larry Burk
– The Whole-Making Nearness of God — Sheri Kling
– Dreams: our Natural Resource for Mental and Spiritual Resilience — Bob Hoss
– Relationship Resilience: Loving Deeply in an Age of Disconnection— Chelsea Wakefield
– A Spirituality of Resilience: ‘Lo I Am With You, Even to the End of Time— Larry Maze
– You Heal Me Through Dreams — Howard Addison
2019 Workshops:
– Your Soul’s Qualities Discovered through the Enneagram
– Spiritual Practice as Resource for Security
– Dream Psychology for Beginners
– Heal Yourself with Dreaming and Tapping
– Lucid Dreaming – Engaging the Unconscious
– Working with Imagery, Color and Guidance
– Dream Amelioration and Incubation: Practices that
– Promote Resilience
– Jewish Practices that Promote Resilience
– Resilience Resources: Dream Divina
– The Labyrinth of Love: A Depth Psychology Look at Love, Desire and Individuation in Connection
And Many More…

May
28
Tue
Level One Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method (MIM)
May 28 – May 31 all-day

Theraplay® is a child and family modality of play therapy for building and enhancing attachment, self-esteem, trust in others, and joyful engagement. This four-day training is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of the Theraplay model. After completing this training, participants will be able to begin applying Theraplay principles into their work with existing and new clients.

Program Content:
– Principles of attachment theory on an intellectual and experiential level
– The Four Dimensions of Theraplay
– The Theraplay protocol
– An introduction to the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM): administration, analysis and as a guide for treatment planning
– Adapting Theraplay for working with children and families impacted by complex trauma and other populations
– Managing resistance throughout the treatment process
– Managing countertransference in your work with children and families
– Implementing Theraplay into your practice

Learning Objectives for Level One Theraplay & MIM:
– Administer the MIM and analyze it at a beginning level.
– List 3 goals to be achieved during a MIM feedback session with parents.
– Utilize the MIM as a guide for treatment planning.
– Describe the four dimensions of Theraplay, a modality of play therapy.
– Demonstrate one activity from each dimension: Structure, Engagement, Nurture and Challenge.
– Describe 3 possible ways of adapting Theraplay treatment to meet the needs of a child with complex trauma.
– Describe how to guide parents to participate in a Theraplay treatment session.

May
31
Fri
Getting the Most Out of Mindfulness and Compassion: Tailoring the Practice to the Person
May 31 – Jun 1 all-day

It’s now well known that mindfulness and compassion practices can enhance virtually any form of psychotherapy and have been proven effective in treating anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and other disorders. These practices also have an even greater potential—they can challenge our conventional view of ourselves and the world, waking us up from limiting beliefs about who we are and how we can find happiness.

But mindfulness and compassion practices are not one-size-fits-all remedies. Researchers are now differentiating the effects of focused attention, open monitoring, loving-kindness, compassion, and equanimity techniques. To be safe and effective, practices need to be tailored to fit the needs of individual clients—and this workshop will show you how. Whatever your treatment orientation—from ACT, CBT, or DBT to psychodynamic, interpersonal, or humanistic approaches—these evidence-based mindfulness and compassion tools can enhance your work with clients, making all aspects of your practice more effective.

Using Buddhist psychology and the latest brain and evolutionary science, Dr. Ron Siegel will cover the universal elements that underlie most psychological disorders, and how mindfulness and compassion can transform the lives of every client you treat.

SE™ Professional Training: Beginning I
May 31 – Jun 3 all-day

The Somatic Experiencing® (SE™) trauma resolution method, developed by Peter A. Levine, PhD, author of the bestseller, “Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma,” is a potent psychobiological approach to resolving the symptoms of trauma and chronic stress. Whether you are a medical or mental health professional, addictions counselor, first responder, body worker, educator, alternative medicine practitioner, or other helping professional, the three-year SE™ Professional Training is a continuing education program that will help you make an even greater difference with your clients who suffer.

The SE method offers a framework to assess where your client is “stuck” in the fight, flight, or freeze responses and provides clinical tools to resolve these fixated physiological states that underlie so many trauma symptoms. Our educational model is both theoretical and highly experiential, offering you effective skills for restoring nervous system regulation and resolving trauma that can be immediately integrated into your professional practice.

CEUs are available for US trainings through APA, ASWB, BRN (CA), NAADAC, NBCC, NCBTMB, and NCCAOM.

Learn more about the training program, faculty, and introductory webinars at our website.

Jun
3
Mon
Getting the Most Out of Mindfulness and Compassion: Tailoring the Practice to the Person
Jun 3 – Jun 4 all-day

It’s now well known that mindfulness and compassion practices can enhance virtually any form of psychotherapy and have been proven effective in treating anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and other disorders. These practices also have an even greater potential—they can challenge our conventional view of ourselves and the world, waking us up from limiting beliefs about who we are and how we can find happiness.

But mindfulness and compassion practices are not one-size-fits-all remedies. Researchers are now differentiating the effects of focused attention, open monitoring, loving-kindness, compassion, and equanimity techniques. To be safe and effective, practices need to be tailored to fit the needs of individual clients—and this workshop will show you how.

Whatever your treatment orientation—from ACT, CBT, or DBT to psychodynamic, interpersonal, or humanistic approaches—these evidence-based mindfulness and compassion tools can enhance your work with clients, making all aspects of your practice more effective.
Using Buddhist psychology and the latest brain and evolutionary science, Dr. Ron Siegel will cover the universal elements that underlie most psychological disorders, and how mindfulness and compassion can transform the lives of every client you treat.

Level One Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method (MIM)
Jun 3 – Jun 6 all-day

Theraplay® is a child and family modality of play therapy for building and enhancing attachment, self-esteem, trust in others, and joyful engagement.This four-day training is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of the Theraplay model. After completing this training, participants will be able to begin applying Theraplay principles into their work with existing and new clients.

Program Content:
– Principles of attachment theory on an intellectual and experiential level
– The Four Dimensions of Theraplay
– The Theraplay protocol
– An introduction to the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM): administration, analysis and as a guide for treatment planning
– Adapting Theraplay for working with children and families impacted by complex trauma and other populations
– Managing resistance throughout the treatment process
– Managing countertransference in your work with children and families
– Implementing Theraplay into your practice

Learning Objectives for Level One Theraplay & MIM:
– Administer the MIM and analyze it at a beginning level.
– List 3 goals to be achieved during a MIM feedback session with parents.
– Utilize the MIM as a guide for treatment planning.
– Describe the four dimensions of Theraplay, a modality of play therapy.
– Demonstrate one activity from each dimension: Structure, Engagement, Nurture and Challenge.
– Describe 3 possible ways of adapting Theraplay treatment to meet the needs of a child with complex trauma.
– Describe how to guide parents to participate in a Theraplay treatment session.

Level One Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method (MIM)
Jun 3 – Jun 6 all-day

Theraplay® is a child and family modality of play therapy for building and enhancing attachment, self-esteem, trust in others, and joyful engagement.

This four-day training is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of the Theraplay model. After completing this training, participants will be able to begin applying Theraplay principles into their work with existing and new clients.

Program Content:
– Principles of attachment theory on an intellectual and experiential level
– The Four Dimensions of Theraplay
– The Theraplay protocol
– An introduction to the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM): administration, analysis and as a guide for treatment planning
– Adapting Theraplay for working with children and families impacted by complex trauma and other populations
– Managing resistance throughout the treatment process
– Managing countertransference in your work with children and families
– Implementing Theraplay into your practice
Learning Objectives for Level One Theraplay & MIM:
– Administer the MIM and analyze it at a beginning level.
– List 3 goals to be achieved during a MIM feedback session with parents.
– Utilize the MIM as a guide for treatment planning.
– Describe the four dimensions of Theraplay, a modality of play therapy.
– Demonstrate one activity from each dimension: Structure, Engagement, Nurture and Challenge.
– Describe 3 possible ways of adapting Theraplay treatment to meet the needs of a child with complex trauma.
– Describe how to guide parents to participate in a Theraplay treatment session.

Jun
10
Mon
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Professional Skill 1 – Online @ Live Online Anywhere in the World -
Jun 10 – Jul 15 all-day

Class begins June 10, 2019 for 5 weeks. ONLINE live, anywhere in the world!

A rapid, evidence-based, mind-body approach to healing, the freedom of Online training with the intimacy of live, virtual practice.

Rapid, gentle & effective – evidence-based – holistic – easy to integrate with other methods.

14 CE/CME/CNE hours

WHAT MAKES THIS TRAINING SPECIAL?
This course:
– Includes live, virtual small group meetings with trained EFT expert facilitators. You will actually be doing video online practice sessions with another student.
– Is tailored for mental health professionals, physicians, nurses and other licensed allied health professionals.
– Includes demonstrations with detailed commentary to help you think like an expert EFT practitioner.
– Is designed so that you will go deeper and faster than many other courses.
– By the end of Professional Skills 1, you will have the basic tools you need to use EFT with many of your clients’ problems.
– You can also go on to become certified BY ACEP in EFT.
– Group discounts available. Get your agency trained!!
ONLY $397

Plus Save $50 Use promocode EFT50 Valid until May 20

Is EFT a good fit for you?
– Do you wish that you had tools that allowed you to do more than just listen and talk with your clients?
– Do you wish you had an evidence-based, mind-body approach that can rapidly treat traumatic memories and experiences with results that last?
– If a client is about to tell you a horrible event that causes them tremendous emotional pain, are you absolutely confident that you can stay totally present with them AND help them resolve that event so that they feel whole and without pain?
Presenters:

Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP

Robert Schwarz has been a licensed psychologist for 30 years. He is a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology (DCEP). Bob has trained therapists internationally on trauma treatment, panic and anxiety, energy psychology. For the last 9 years Bob has been the executive director of the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. He has organized over 20 conferences on energy psychology trauma treatment, Ericksonian hypnosis, brief therapy, that trained over 18,000 therapists. Bob also designed ACEP’s online program The Science of Energy Healing. He has authored 3 books: Tools for Transforming Trauma, PTSD: A Clinician’s Guide and We’re No Fun Anymore: Guiding Couples to a Joy Filled Marriage Through the Power of Play, as well as numerous articles and papers.

Michael DeMolina, PhD, LPC, DCEP

Michael DeMolina has been ACEP’s lead EFT trainer for over 8 years. He is a rare breed of trainer who understands and practices energy work and psychotherapy in both breadth and depth. Michael is a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology (DCEP) and an ACEP Certified Advanced Practitioner of EFT. He is chairman emeritus of the National Qigong Association and was selected as a “National Expert in Qigong and Tai Chi” by the University of Illinois. He is also a nationally certified master addiction counselor and a master practitioner and trainer of Neuro-linguistic Programming. He served in the U.S. Army for four years as a behavioral science specialist.

Registration link
http://eftonline.org: -> http://eftonline.org

May
23
Thu
SE™ Professional Training: Beginning I
May 23 – May 26 all-day

The Somatic Experiencing® (SE™) trauma resolution method, developed by Peter A. Levine, PhD, author of the bestseller, “Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma,” is a potent psychobiological approach to resolving the symptoms of trauma and chronic stress.

Whether you are a medical or mental health professional, addictions counselor, first responder, body worker, educator, alternative medicine practitioner, or other helping professional, the three-year SE™ Professional Training is a continuing education program that will help you make an even greater difference with your clients who suffer.

The SE method offers a framework to assess where your client is “stuck” in the fight, flight, or freeze responses and provides clinical tools to resolve these fixated physiological states that underlie so many trauma symptoms. Our educational model is both theoretical and highly experiential, offering you effective skills for restoring nervous system regulation and resolving trauma that can be immediately integrated into your professional practice.
CEUs are available for US trainings through APA, ASWB, BRN (CA), NAADAC, NBCC, NCBTMB, and NCCAOM.

Learn more about the training program, faculty, and introductory webinars at our website.

May
24
Fri
Radiant Intimacy – Helen Fisher, Terry Real, Diane Poole Heller, Michaela Boehm, Steve James, Celeste Hirschman, Dimitry Yakoushkin, & Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo @ Scotts Valley CA
May 24 – May 27 all-day

We all long for love. We long to be intimately connected to ourselves and others. For some, a partnership or marriage is the natural outcome of this longing. Others find alternative styles of intimacy more fulfilling. For most of us, love and sexuality can be complex and confusing.

We live in a dynamic time of transition: from post-patriarchy relationships, gender equality, and new definitions of femininity and masculinity to new styles of parenting and modern sexual dynamics.

Radiant intimacy is an emerging field of exploration bringing awareness to the topics of relationships, sexuality, and love. It draws on psychology, trauma theory, modern evolutionary biology, and scientific sex research.

Join 1440 Multiversity and internationally renowned neuroscientist Helen Fisher along with the founders of the Science and Nonduality series—Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo—as they bring together leading scientists, authors, artists, and teachers, for an experiential weekend of workshops. During this special retreat designed to expand your understanding of intimacy and what neuroscience can teach us about love, we will give you tools to navigate the complexities of modern-day relating and expand your experience of intimacy.

Through carefully crafted exercises, keynote lectures, targeted workshops, potent meditations, and performances, you will engage the concept of radiant intimacy, and how to express and integrate it within a spiritual path. You will also explore:
– Attachment styles and their effects on relationships
– Shadow elements within a relationship, and how early developmental trauma can impact our capacity for relating
– How sexuality and sexual energy—an essential life force—can open us to the experience of our true nature and the unity consciousness
– The evolution and future of human sexuality, love, and relationships.
You’ll return home with tools you can use in your daily life to create and sustain deeply fulfilling relationships with life, yourself, and others.

May
26
Sun
Summer Dream & Spirituality Conference: Spiritual Resilience in Uncertain Times
May 26 – May 31 all-day

10 Presentations • 24+ Workshops • 4+ Dream Group Sessions • CEUs Available
At Kanuga Conference Center in the beautiful NC Blue Ridge Mountains

I get knocked down, but I get up again. You are never gonna keep me down.
– Chumbawamba

In the late 90’s these lyrics were a tribute to the resilience of ordinary people. Loss, trauma, failure, or simply the anxiety and fear that come from living with insecurity and uncertainty, can knock us down.

Imagine spending six days in the Blue Ridge Mountains, gathered with a group of ordinary people learning resources for “getting up again.” Carl Jung said, “We are not what happened to us, we are what we wish to become.” At the Haden Institute we believe most people wish to become the best self they are created to be. The Conference will focus on developing greater resilience through dream work, connection with the Divine, improved relationships with others, deeper inner work, creative expression, ritualizing dream messages, and greater cultural and self knowledge. We invite you to join us as we learn to, as Jung would say, “create more and more consciousness, and therefore kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.”

2019 Key Presentations:
– The Enneagram as Source of Spiritual Resilience — Joe Howell
– Embodying the Dream: The Union of Inner and Outer Worlds — Kathleen Wiley
– Safety vs. Security: How to Feel Secure in an Unsafe World — Pittman McGehee
– The Search for Racial Healing — Catherine Meeks
– Dreams that Can Save Your Life: Cancer Diagnosis and Healing — Larry Burk
– The Whole-Making Nearness of God — Sheri Kling
– Dreams: our Natural Resource for Mental and Spiritual Resilience — Bob Hoss
– Relationship Resilience: Loving Deeply in an Age of Disconnection— Chelsea Wakefield
– A Spirituality of Resilience: ‘Lo I Am With You, Even to the End of Time— Larry Maze
– You Heal Me Through Dreams — Howard Addison
2019 Workshops:
– Your Soul’s Qualities Discovered through the Enneagram
– Spiritual Practice as Resource for Security
– Dream Psychology for Beginners
– Heal Yourself with Dreaming and Tapping
– Lucid Dreaming – Engaging the Unconscious
– Working with Imagery, Color and Guidance
– Dream Amelioration and Incubation: Practices that
– Promote Resilience
– Jewish Practices that Promote Resilience
– Resilience Resources: Dream Divina
– The Labyrinth of Love: A Depth Psychology Look at Love, Desire and Individuation in Connection
And Many More…

May
28
Tue
Level One Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method (MIM)
May 28 – May 31 all-day

Theraplay® is a child and family modality of play therapy for building and enhancing attachment, self-esteem, trust in others, and joyful engagement. This four-day training is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of the Theraplay model. After completing this training, participants will be able to begin applying Theraplay principles into their work with existing and new clients.

Program Content:
– Principles of attachment theory on an intellectual and experiential level
– The Four Dimensions of Theraplay
– The Theraplay protocol
– An introduction to the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM): administration, analysis and as a guide for treatment planning
– Adapting Theraplay for working with children and families impacted by complex trauma and other populations
– Managing resistance throughout the treatment process
– Managing countertransference in your work with children and families
– Implementing Theraplay into your practice

Learning Objectives for Level One Theraplay & MIM:
– Administer the MIM and analyze it at a beginning level.
– List 3 goals to be achieved during a MIM feedback session with parents.
– Utilize the MIM as a guide for treatment planning.
– Describe the four dimensions of Theraplay, a modality of play therapy.
– Demonstrate one activity from each dimension: Structure, Engagement, Nurture and Challenge.
– Describe 3 possible ways of adapting Theraplay treatment to meet the needs of a child with complex trauma.
– Describe how to guide parents to participate in a Theraplay treatment session.

May
31
Fri
Getting the Most Out of Mindfulness and Compassion: Tailoring the Practice to the Person
May 31 – Jun 1 all-day

It’s now well known that mindfulness and compassion practices can enhance virtually any form of psychotherapy and have been proven effective in treating anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and other disorders. These practices also have an even greater potential—they can challenge our conventional view of ourselves and the world, waking us up from limiting beliefs about who we are and how we can find happiness.

But mindfulness and compassion practices are not one-size-fits-all remedies. Researchers are now differentiating the effects of focused attention, open monitoring, loving-kindness, compassion, and equanimity techniques. To be safe and effective, practices need to be tailored to fit the needs of individual clients—and this workshop will show you how. Whatever your treatment orientation—from ACT, CBT, or DBT to psychodynamic, interpersonal, or humanistic approaches—these evidence-based mindfulness and compassion tools can enhance your work with clients, making all aspects of your practice more effective.

Using Buddhist psychology and the latest brain and evolutionary science, Dr. Ron Siegel will cover the universal elements that underlie most psychological disorders, and how mindfulness and compassion can transform the lives of every client you treat.

SE™ Professional Training: Beginning I
May 31 – Jun 3 all-day

The Somatic Experiencing® (SE™) trauma resolution method, developed by Peter A. Levine, PhD, author of the bestseller, “Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma,” is a potent psychobiological approach to resolving the symptoms of trauma and chronic stress. Whether you are a medical or mental health professional, addictions counselor, first responder, body worker, educator, alternative medicine practitioner, or other helping professional, the three-year SE™ Professional Training is a continuing education program that will help you make an even greater difference with your clients who suffer.

The SE method offers a framework to assess where your client is “stuck” in the fight, flight, or freeze responses and provides clinical tools to resolve these fixated physiological states that underlie so many trauma symptoms. Our educational model is both theoretical and highly experiential, offering you effective skills for restoring nervous system regulation and resolving trauma that can be immediately integrated into your professional practice.

CEUs are available for US trainings through APA, ASWB, BRN (CA), NAADAC, NBCC, NCBTMB, and NCCAOM.

Learn more about the training program, faculty, and introductory webinars at our website.

Jun
3
Mon
Getting the Most Out of Mindfulness and Compassion: Tailoring the Practice to the Person
Jun 3 – Jun 4 all-day

It’s now well known that mindfulness and compassion practices can enhance virtually any form of psychotherapy and have been proven effective in treating anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and other disorders. These practices also have an even greater potential—they can challenge our conventional view of ourselves and the world, waking us up from limiting beliefs about who we are and how we can find happiness.

But mindfulness and compassion practices are not one-size-fits-all remedies. Researchers are now differentiating the effects of focused attention, open monitoring, loving-kindness, compassion, and equanimity techniques. To be safe and effective, practices need to be tailored to fit the needs of individual clients—and this workshop will show you how.

Whatever your treatment orientation—from ACT, CBT, or DBT to psychodynamic, interpersonal, or humanistic approaches—these evidence-based mindfulness and compassion tools can enhance your work with clients, making all aspects of your practice more effective.
Using Buddhist psychology and the latest brain and evolutionary science, Dr. Ron Siegel will cover the universal elements that underlie most psychological disorders, and how mindfulness and compassion can transform the lives of every client you treat.

Level One Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method (MIM)
Jun 3 – Jun 6 all-day

Theraplay® is a child and family modality of play therapy for building and enhancing attachment, self-esteem, trust in others, and joyful engagement.This four-day training is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of the Theraplay model. After completing this training, participants will be able to begin applying Theraplay principles into their work with existing and new clients.

Program Content:
– Principles of attachment theory on an intellectual and experiential level
– The Four Dimensions of Theraplay
– The Theraplay protocol
– An introduction to the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM): administration, analysis and as a guide for treatment planning
– Adapting Theraplay for working with children and families impacted by complex trauma and other populations
– Managing resistance throughout the treatment process
– Managing countertransference in your work with children and families
– Implementing Theraplay into your practice

Learning Objectives for Level One Theraplay & MIM:
– Administer the MIM and analyze it at a beginning level.
– List 3 goals to be achieved during a MIM feedback session with parents.
– Utilize the MIM as a guide for treatment planning.
– Describe the four dimensions of Theraplay, a modality of play therapy.
– Demonstrate one activity from each dimension: Structure, Engagement, Nurture and Challenge.
– Describe 3 possible ways of adapting Theraplay treatment to meet the needs of a child with complex trauma.
– Describe how to guide parents to participate in a Theraplay treatment session.

Level One Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method (MIM)
Jun 3 – Jun 6 all-day

Theraplay® is a child and family modality of play therapy for building and enhancing attachment, self-esteem, trust in others, and joyful engagement.

This four-day training is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of the Theraplay model. After completing this training, participants will be able to begin applying Theraplay principles into their work with existing and new clients.

Program Content:
– Principles of attachment theory on an intellectual and experiential level
– The Four Dimensions of Theraplay
– The Theraplay protocol
– An introduction to the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM): administration, analysis and as a guide for treatment planning
– Adapting Theraplay for working with children and families impacted by complex trauma and other populations
– Managing resistance throughout the treatment process
– Managing countertransference in your work with children and families
– Implementing Theraplay into your practice
Learning Objectives for Level One Theraplay & MIM:
– Administer the MIM and analyze it at a beginning level.
– List 3 goals to be achieved during a MIM feedback session with parents.
– Utilize the MIM as a guide for treatment planning.
– Describe the four dimensions of Theraplay, a modality of play therapy.
– Demonstrate one activity from each dimension: Structure, Engagement, Nurture and Challenge.
– Describe 3 possible ways of adapting Theraplay treatment to meet the needs of a child with complex trauma.
– Describe how to guide parents to participate in a Theraplay treatment session.

Jun
10
Mon
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Professional Skill 1 – Online @ Live Online Anywhere in the World -
Jun 10 – Jul 15 all-day

Class begins June 10, 2019 for 5 weeks. ONLINE live, anywhere in the world!

A rapid, evidence-based, mind-body approach to healing, the freedom of Online training with the intimacy of live, virtual practice.

Rapid, gentle & effective – evidence-based – holistic – easy to integrate with other methods.

14 CE/CME/CNE hours

WHAT MAKES THIS TRAINING SPECIAL?
This course:
– Includes live, virtual small group meetings with trained EFT expert facilitators. You will actually be doing video online practice sessions with another student.
– Is tailored for mental health professionals, physicians, nurses and other licensed allied health professionals.
– Includes demonstrations with detailed commentary to help you think like an expert EFT practitioner.
– Is designed so that you will go deeper and faster than many other courses.
– By the end of Professional Skills 1, you will have the basic tools you need to use EFT with many of your clients’ problems.
– You can also go on to become certified BY ACEP in EFT.
– Group discounts available. Get your agency trained!!
ONLY $397

Plus Save $50 Use promocode EFT50 Valid until May 20

Is EFT a good fit for you?
– Do you wish that you had tools that allowed you to do more than just listen and talk with your clients?
– Do you wish you had an evidence-based, mind-body approach that can rapidly treat traumatic memories and experiences with results that last?
– If a client is about to tell you a horrible event that causes them tremendous emotional pain, are you absolutely confident that you can stay totally present with them AND help them resolve that event so that they feel whole and without pain?
Presenters:

Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP

Robert Schwarz has been a licensed psychologist for 30 years. He is a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology (DCEP). Bob has trained therapists internationally on trauma treatment, panic and anxiety, energy psychology. For the last 9 years Bob has been the executive director of the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. He has organized over 20 conferences on energy psychology trauma treatment, Ericksonian hypnosis, brief therapy, that trained over 18,000 therapists. Bob also designed ACEP’s online program The Science of Energy Healing. He has authored 3 books: Tools for Transforming Trauma, PTSD: A Clinician’s Guide and We’re No Fun Anymore: Guiding Couples to a Joy Filled Marriage Through the Power of Play, as well as numerous articles and papers.

Michael DeMolina, PhD, LPC, DCEP

Michael DeMolina has been ACEP’s lead EFT trainer for over 8 years. He is a rare breed of trainer who understands and practices energy work and psychotherapy in both breadth and depth. Michael is a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology (DCEP) and an ACEP Certified Advanced Practitioner of EFT. He is chairman emeritus of the National Qigong Association and was selected as a “National Expert in Qigong and Tai Chi” by the University of Illinois. He is also a nationally certified master addiction counselor and a master practitioner and trainer of Neuro-linguistic Programming. He served in the U.S. Army for four years as a behavioral science specialist.

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