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Melting the Shame Freeze
Melting the Shame Freeze
Presented By:
Saturday, February 24, 10am-6pm & Sunday, February 25, 10:30am-5:30pm
Location: Berkeley, CA
CE Credit: 13 hours
Fee: 350.00

Melting the Shame Freeze – Using Somatic Techniques to Create Safety and Build Attunement
A Workshop for Therapists and other Helping Professionals
With Sheila Rubin LMFT, RDT/BCT and Bret Lyon PhD, SEP, BCC 

Saturday, February 24, 10am-6pm & Sunday, February 25, 10:30am-5:30pm

In Berkeley, just off I-80

$350 full price / $325 with full payment by January 12
Special price for interns

13 CEUs for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs
CAMFT Approved CE Provider #134393

Shame is an embodied belief that “Something is wrong with me.” Because shame exists in the body as well as in the mind, it is helpful for therapists to work with shame somatically. In this workshop, we will explore how to utilize somatic techniques to connect more quickly with the client and forge a strong therapeutic alliance.

We will:

·         Focus on using breathing and grounding to resource the client, becoming more aware of our own breathing and expanding it in the process.

·         Learn ways to help clients repair the disconnect between self and others—and between parts of the self—that have been created by shaming, inappropriate behavior or abuse.

·         Explore how to keep our clients more present in the room with us and counter over- verbalization, dissociation and freezing.

·         Learn techniques and theory from Wilhelm Reich (the father of Somatics), Peter Levine (Somatic Experiencing®), Ron Kurtz (Hakomi) and Eugene Gendlin (Focusing).

REGISTRATION
Register online on the Schedule page at www.CenterforHealingShame.com.
Or register by mail by sending full payment or a $100 deposit to: 
Bret Lyon - 830 Bancroft Way, Suite 102, Berkeley, CA 94710
Please include your full name, email and phone number. 
We accept PayPal. For details, email Bret at Bret@HealingShame.com.

Space is limited. 

For details about our complete training program in Healing Shame, visit our website.
For more information, call Sheila at 415-820-3974 or email Sheila@HealingShame.com.
You can also check out articles and free Healing Shame webinars available on our website.

The Center for Healing Shame is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for therapists (CAMFT Approved CE Provider #134393). The Center for Healing Shame maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

www.CenterforHealingShame.com

 

Contact: Sheila Rubin
sheilarubin@sbcglobal.net
415-820-3974

Integrating Somatic Psychotherapy with EMDR Therapy
Integrating Somatic Psychotherapy with EMDR Therapy
Presented By:
Feb 16-19, 2018
Location: Folsom, CA
CE Credit: 28 hours
Fee: 875.00

This highly acclaimed training is 4 very full days of dynamic presentation, demonstration/video,discussion, and extended practicums with feedback, learning how to integrate Somatic Psychotherapy and EMDR Therapy.


This intensive training is limited to 27 participants, to provide a more intimate and personal experience.


A somatic approach to utilizing EMDR enables you to take full advantage of your client’s abilities to expose ways they get “stuck,” and to engage in their natural propensities to be able to work through.  Participants report an increase in confidence and expanded skills across the range of challenging clinical dilemmas, which they begin using in their practices immediately.


Detailed information about the training, learning objectives, reviews, schedules, CE Credits at www.naturalprocessing.org
Contact: Craig Penner
CraigPenner2@gmail.com
8059667794

Winter Intensive Training in Gestalt Therapy with Children and Adolescents
Winter Intensive Training in Gestalt Therapy with Children and Adolescents
Presented By:
0217/2018, 1:00 p.m.
Location: Solvang, California
CE Credit: 60 hours
Fee: 2400.00
"Knowing What to Do and Why You are Doing It"  This intensive training is designed to build theoretical understanding and clinical skills in working with children/adolescents from the perspective of contemporary Gestalt psychotherapy.  The focus of this program is on individual psychotherapy and application of Gestalt Therapy principles repreented in the work of Violet Oaklander, Ph.D. author of the acclaimed, Windows To Our Children.  Utilizing creative and playful modalities this training provide participants with an in-depth understanding and application of the Oaklander Approach.  Recent research in neuroscience, attachment theory, and relational psychotherapy are preented as confirmation and extension of the Gestalt approach.  The Programs of WCI also broaden clinical skills for developing parenting styles, family life of all compositions, and school and community advocacy for healthful conditions for all its members.   Each participant is encouraged to develop a specialization in child and adolescent psychotherapy.  Program is limited to 12 participants which allows for an interactive, experiential learning.
Contact: West Coast Institute for Gestalt Therapy with Children and Adolescents
www.westcoastinstitute.us
805 693 9160

Basic Restorative Practices
Basic Restorative Practices
Presented By:
February 19, 2018 @ 9:00 am - February 22, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
CE Credit: 32 hours
Fee: 800.00

https://hannainstitute.org/event/basic-restorative-practices/

Hanna Institute invites you to experience a thorough introduction to restorative practices. This course imparts practical knowledge and skills that you can use immediately in your personal and professional life — whether you are involved in education, criminal justice, social services, counseling, leadership, the pastoral field, volunteer, or other work.

Supported by extensive research, restorative practices has demonstrated positive outcomes in a wide variety of settings. We’ve consistently seen proactive circles improve behavior and decrease bullying and violence in schools, fair practice improve workplace morale, and restorative conferences provide emotional healing for victims.

Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively

The first half of this training explores practical strategies to build strong, healthy relationships with students, families, clients, employees, and colleagues, which can be implemented immediately.

On day one, interactive experiences bring you to a full understanding of the fundamental unifying premise of restorative practices—that people are happier, more cooperative and productive, and more likely to make positive changes in their lives when those in positions of authority do things with them rather than to them or for them.

Day two teaches how to hold group discussions in a circle to facilitate meaningful conversation and encourage full participation from everyone involved. Through video, practice and discussion, participants identify reliable methods for using circles to build community, establish norms, and address behavior and relationships. Useful in any setting from education and other human services to organizational management.

Facilitating Restorative Conferences

On days three and four, participants will explore in depth a formal restorative justice process for addressing harm and wrongdoing. Through instructional videos and in-depth experiential activities, you will learn how to facilitate a restorative conference, in which everyone impacted by wrongdoing can share how they have been affected and have a say in how to repair the harm. This formal circle is used to address incidents where harm has occurred and fosters more positive outcomes than mere punishment in education, criminal justice, youth work, organizational, and other settings.

During this course, you will receive three books: The Restorative Practices Handbook, Restorative Circles, and Restorative Justice Conferencing.

Schedule: Monday thru Thursday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. each day

Contact: Nick Dalton
ndalton@hannacenter.org
707-933-2563

Intro to Psychological First Aid (PFA)
Intro to Psychological First Aid (PFA)
Presented By:
February 8, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Hanna Institute, Santa Rosa, CA
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 110.00
https://hannainstitute.org/event/intro-to-psychological-first-aid-pfa-feb/

Hanna Institute presents this 6-hour course, which includes didactic presentation and group participation, is an evidence-informed approach for assisting children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of disaster and terrorism. Instructors will introduce Psychological First Aid (PFA), including how and when it can be used, as well as core actions to practice. PFA is designed to reduce the initial distress caused by traumatic events, and to foster short- and long-term adaptive functioning.

Principles and techniques of PFA meet four basic standards:

  • Consistent with research evidence on risk and resilience following trauma
  • Applicable and practical in field settings
  • Appropriate to developmental level across the lifespan
  • Culturally informed

This 6-hour course, which includes didactic presentation and group participation, is an evidence-informed approach for assisting children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of disaster and terrorism.

For citation: National Child Traumatic Stress Network and National Center for PTSD, Psychological First Aid: Field Operations Guide, September, 2005

Hanna Institute courses are approved for continuing education credit for a variety of professionals. See details hereThe course is available individually, and for those who complete our 5-course series, a Certificate in Trauma-informed Care will be issued.

Contact: Nick Dalton
ndalton@hannacenter.org
707-933-2563

Trauma-Informed Care 102
Trauma-Informed Care 102
Presented By:
March 13, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Sonoma, CA
CE Credit: 4 hours
Fee: 80.00
https://hannainstitute.org/event/trauma-informed-care-102/

In TIC 102, our second-part introduction to trauma-informed systems of care, we pay particular attention to how we were sanctioned and rewarded as children. Our society strives to control children and youth at all costs through the consistent use of coercion, restraint, seclusion, and isolation. We propose a different approach. These seminars provide an overview of Trauma-informed Care and Resiliency Focused approaches designed to address the needs of trauma-exposed populations and their interactions with service providers. Participants will acquire these skills and elements of trauma-informed care:

  • Identify the factors and stressors that can create potentially traumatic events (PTE) for children and adults
  • Observe the external signs of trauma in themselves and in the children they care for
  • Learn what trauma does to the biology of a human being
  • Examine personal experiences relating to dysregulated children
  • Cue client reactions as a means of guidance towards healing and recovery
  • Recognize social skill development, brain development, and emotional development for the specific service recipient populations of the training group
  • Develop customized concrete processes for healing and recovery
  • Formulate personal nervous system distress in the face of client’s trauma responses
  • Master personal acute safety plans
  • Utilize de-escalation strategies to build safety-calming-connectedness in the milieu
  • Develop customized concrete processes for healing and recovery
  • Apply specific pro-social engagement behaviors to field work

This 4-hour course meets requirements toward the 40-hour recertification program required for certified administrators as well as CE credits through CAMFT. The course is available individually, but for those who complete our 5-course series, ITC will issue a Certificate in Trauma-informed Care.

Contact: Nick Dalton
ndalton@hannacenter.org
707-933-2563

Working with Trauma and the Body
Working with Trauma and the Body
Presented By:
01/26/18 at 8:30am
Location: Women’s City Club of Pasadena 160 N Oakland Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101
CE Credit: 0 hours
Fee: 0.00

“Working with Trauma and the Body”

By Cristina Mardirossian, LMFT

Friday January 26, 2018

*8:30-9am - Networking, Registration, & Breakfast 
9-4pm - CEU/Speaker Presentation

*12-1:30pm Lunch (on your own)

* = non CEU portion of course

 

Course meets the qualifications for 5.5 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs. CEU completion certificates will be awarded after participants complete the course evaluation after speaker presentation.

Location: Women’s City Club of Pasadena

160 N Oakland Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101

 

Early Bird Fee is $150

 $175 after 1/15/17


Learning objectives:

1.) Learn to define what trauma is and the impact on the body

2.) Learn how to identify symptoms of trauma in the body

3.) Learn how defense mechanisms can be seen through the body

4.) Learn tools to help clients manage symptoms of hyper-arousal and hypo-arousal

5.) Learn how to assist clients in processing their traumas through the body 

Course Description: When working with clients who have experienced trauma, it is crucial to work with the body. In this training, you will learn how to integrate body-focused interventions to assist your clients in the treatment of trauma and dysregulation.

Parking: parking is included behind the Women’s Club if you enter the parking lot on Madison Ave.

 

Accommodations: Facilities and programs are accessible to persons with disabilities. If you have a special need and plan to attend the workshop, please contact me at cnm.therapy@gmail.com or (818)434-6051. Please allow as much advance notice as is possible to ensure I have ample opportunity to meet your needs. I will follow all applicable local, state, and federal standards, including the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), 42 U.S.C. §§ 12101-12213 (2008).

 

Refund: Requests for refunds must be in writing and received before one week prior to the event. A $5 administrative fee will be deducted for cancellation of a paid event, through the cancellation deadline. There will be no refunds on requests received after one week prior to the event. Please allow 3-5 days for your refund to be issued. I have discretion to issue refunds that do not comply with the policy.

 

Grievances: if there are any questions or complaints (i.e. course content, facilities, certificates, miscellaneous occurrences), but contact me directly. See contact information below.

Certificate for completion: Your certificate will be issued only once your payment has been made in full, and once you have completed the full certification course. Make sure you sign in and out so that I can EMAIL you your certification.

 

Cristina Mardirossian, LMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs. Cristina Mardirossian, LMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.

Provider number 86858

 

This presentation is being sponsored by Forrestall Consulting.

https://www.forrestallconsulting.com

 

Go to www.PasadenaTraumaTherapy.com to register! 

Contact: Cristina Mardirossian, LMFT
cnm.therapy@gmail.com
(818)434-6051

Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) 101
Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) 101
Presented By:
01/16/2018 1-5pm
Location: Sonoma, CA
CE Credit: 4 hours
Fee: 0.00
In these introductions to trauma-informed systems of care, we pay particular
attention to how we were sanctioned and rewarded as children. Our society
strives to control children and youth at all costs through the consistent use of
coercion, restraint, seclusion, and isolation. We propose a different approach.
These seminars provide an overview of Trauma-Informed Care and Resiliency-
Focused approaches designed to address the needs of trauma-exposed
populations and their interactions with service providers.
Participants will acquire these skills and elements of trauma-informed care:
• Identify the factors and stressors that can create potentially traumatic events
(PTE) for children and adults
• Observe the external signs of trauma in themselves and in the children they
care for
• Learn what trauma does to the biology of a human being
• Examine personal experiences relating to dysregulated children
• Cue client reactions as a means of guidance towards healing and recovery
• Recognize social skill development, brain development, and emotional
development for the specific service recipient populations of the
training group
• Formulate and practice evidence-based neurophysiological self-regulation
techniques that can be utilized when interacting with clients exposed to
extreme traumatic stress
• Master personal acute safety plans
• Utilize de-escalation strategies to build safety-calming-connectedness
in the milieu
• Develop customized concrete processes for healing and recovery
• Apply specific pro-social engagement behaviors to field work

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER:

https://hannainstitute.org/event/trauma-informed-care-101/

FEE: $50.00 - 80.00
Contact: Nick Dalton
ndalton@hannacenter.org
707.933.2563

HEALING SHAME: The Core Workshop - Understanding, Transforming and Reducing Shame
HEALING SHAME: The Core Workshop - Understanding, Transforming and Reducing Shame
Presented By:
Saturday, January 27, 10am-6pm & Sunday, January 28, 10:30am-5:30pm
Location: Berkeley, CA
CE Credit: 13 hours
Fee: 350.00

HEALING SHAME: The Core Workshop

Understanding, Transforming and Reducing Shame


A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals

With Sheila Rubin LMFT, RDT/BCT & Bret Lyon PhD, SEP, BCC

 

Saturday, January 27, 10am-6pm & Sunday, January 28, 10:30am-5:30pm

In Berkeley, just off the I-80

 

$350 full price / $325 with full payment by December 15

Special price for interns

13 CEUs for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs
CAMFT Approved CE Provider #134393

  

This workshop provides essential, basic knowledge of how to work with shame.  You will learn what shame is and how it is created, and how to help your clients recognize shame, work through it and move on. We will discuss how to become more sensitive to the shaming often implicit in the therapy situation and how to counter shame in therapy. You will learn to help clients separate feelings of shame from other emotions. And you'll learn how to take clients back to early shaming situations and reverse the outcome, helping clients move their energy powerfully outward rather than turn it against themselves. 

 

TO REGISTER, please send full payment or a $100 deposit to: 

Bret Lyon

830 Bancroft Way, Suite 102, Berkeley, CA 94710

Please include your full name, email, and contact phone number, along with your license number (if applicable) and location of your practice.

 

We accept PayPal. For details, email Bret at Bret@HealingShame.com.

Space is limited. 

 

For details about our complete training program in Healing Shame, visit our website. Register and pay for the full program for greatly discounted workshop registration.

 

For more information, call Sheila at 415-820-3974 or email Sheila@HealingShame.com.

 

You can also check out our articles and free Healing Shame webinars available on the Resources page of our website.

 

www.HealingShame.com

 

The Center for Healing Shame is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for therapists (CAMFT Approved CE Provider #134393). The Center for Healing Shame maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.

 

Contact: Sheila Rubin
sheila@healingshame.com
415-820-3974

Mindfulness & Compassion - Winter Solstice Daylong Retreat
Mindfulness & Compassion - Winter Solstice Daylong Retreat
Presented By:
Saturday, January 27, 2018 - 10am - 5pm
Location: Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, CA
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 185.00

Mindfulness & Compassion - Winter Solstice Daylong Retreat

 

Asilomar Conference Grounds

Pacific Grove, CA

 

Saturday, January 27, 2018

10am – 5pm

 

Fee: $185 

Registration Deadline: January 10, 2018

CEs available for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, & RNs

 

About the Retreat:

 

In this silent day-long retreat, we will engage in mindfulness and compassion meditation practices, along with periods of inquiry and group discussions to deepen our experience of mindfulness and compassion. We will reestablish our intention and commitment to a peaceful and compassionate life in 2018.

Asilomar, known as Monterey’s “Refuge by the Sea,” overlooks the Pacific Ocean and Asilomar State Beach, providing a serene setting for contemplation and reflection as we turn inward to this restorative and meditative day.

This retreat is open to all levels of meditation experience.

 

About the Facilitators:

 

 This retreat will be taught by two licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFTs) who are trained and certified compassion instructors through Stanford University's Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE).

 

Meika Hamisch, LMFThas practiced psychotherapy for over 30 years and is a trainer and educator in the areas of compassionate communication skills, psychology, cross cultural perspectives in therapy, mindfulness and self-compassion cultivation methods. She teaches compassion courses at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine and is a certified teacher in Cultivating Emotional Balance. Meika provides consultation, groups and training in mindfulness and compassion in Sacramento and Monterey. www.collaborativecompassiontraining.com

 

Hooria Jazaieri, LMFT, teaches an 8-week compassion course at Stanford University's School of Medicine and is a certified teacher of Search Inside Yourself (SIY), a mindfulness-based emotional intelligence program developed at Google. Hooria’s research at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley in the areas of mindfulness, compassion, emotion, and emotion regulation has been published in leading academic journals in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience. www.StanfordCCT.com

 

To Register:

 

  www.collaborativecompassiontraining.com/retreats

 

Questions? Contact: meika.hamisch@gmail.com or info@stanfordcct.com

 

In collaboration with SCRC and David Lukoff, Ph.D., this retreat meets the qualifications for 6 hours of CE credit for Psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and RNs. For information please see: www.StanfordCCT.com/CE

 

Contact: Hooria Jazaieri, LMFT
info@stanfordcct.com
408-462-1447

Workshop for Couples in MONTEREY, CA – The NEW Adventure In Intimacy
Workshop for Couples in MONTEREY, CA – The NEW Adventure In Intimacy
Presented By:
Mar. 9 - Mar. 11, 2018 (8:30 am - 7:30-pm each day)
Location: Monterey, CA
CE Credit: 0 hours
Fee: 0.00

The NEW Adventure In Intimacy is a fast-paced, transformational three-day workshop. You and your partner will learn principles and skills that will become practical, every day tools for vitalizing your relationship, continuously growing your connection, and guiding each other on the path to Relational Maturity. If you want a taste of the workshop, you can enjoy watching video clips on our YouTube channel or our audio-video page.

Therapists, counselors and psychologists are encouraged to attend with their partners. This workshop is approved for 25.5 CE hours, at an additional fee, approved by the APA and ASWB.

More information and registration:
https://www.HedyYumi.com//MAR18; or 305-604-0010

Contact: Geoffrey Swetz
HedyYumi@HedyYumi.com
305-604-0010

American Psychoanalytic Association 2018 National Meeting
American Psychoanalytic Association 2018 National Meeting
Presented By:
Wednesday, February 14th through Sunday, February 18th, 2018
Location: New York City
CE Credit: 43 hours
Fee: 0.00

Join us for APsaA's 2018 National Meeting!
Featuring more than
150 clinical and research sessions, this is an extraordinary opportunity to participate in a dynamic scientific program and to engage with colleagues nationally and worldwide.
Earn up to
43.5 continuing education credits, including those that satisfy the requirements for risk management, medical ethics, and cultural competency. Beginning October 24th, visit www.apsa.org to download the complete program and reserve your hotel room.  
Pre-registration begins on November 7th and runs through January 9th.
Register during this time to take advantage of lower fees.

Questions? Please be in touch with Rosemary Johnson
at
MeetAdmin@apsa.org or (212) 752-0450 x 28.

Contact: Rosemary Johnson
meetadmin@apsa.org
212-752-0450 X 28

Seattle, WA: Breakthrough Interventions for Teaching and Counseling Troubled Youth
Seattle, WA: Breakthrough Interventions for Teaching and Counseling Troubled Youth
Presented By:
04/19/2018 8:30 AM- 04/20/2018 3:30 PM
Location: Hampton Inn SeaTac, 18850 28th Ave S, Sea Tac, WA 98188
CE Credit: 10 hours
Fee: 0.00
Learn how to involve troubled and challenged youth in learning. This class explains the challenges that children can face, and how to effectively teach and assist those youngsters. Participants will discover how to best integrate challenged youth and children into programs by successfully managing problems like apathy, bad attitudes, ADHD, withdrawal and more.

Free sample interventions, and free monthly Problem Student Problem-Solver magazine available at our web site, youthchg.com, or via email (dwells@youthchg.com), or call toll-free to 1-800-545-5736. Work-study financial aid available for all classes. Call for details.

Coming to many cities around the US. Also available as distance learning. Call 1-800-545-5736 for information and a workshop flyer. College credit and clock hours for many disciplines offered for both live and recorded classes. On-site workshops can also be scheduled for your school, agency or conference. This class also makes a terrific fund raiser if you host the event and invite area professionals to attend. Call us at 1-800-545-5736 or visit our web site at youthchg.com for more details. If you have problem kids, we can help.
Contact: Ruth Herman Wells
dwells@youthchg.com
1.800.545.5736

Portland, OR: Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth
Portland, OR: Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth
Presented By:
10/11/2018 9:00AM- 10/12/2018 4:00 PM
Location: Marriott Courtyard, 1586 SW Sequoia Pkwy, Tigard 97224
CE Credit: 10 hours
Fee: 0.00
Learn how to involve troubled and challenged youth in learning. This class explains the challenges that children can face, and how to effectively teach and assist those youngsters. Participants will discover how to best integrate challenged youth and children into programs by successfully managing problems like apathy, bad attitudes, ADHD, withdrawal and more.

Free sample interventions, and free monthly Problem Student Problem-Solver magazine available at our web site, youthchg.com, or via email (dwells@youthchg.com), or call toll-free to 1-800-545-5736. Work-study financial aid available for all classes. Call for details.

Coming to many cities around the US. Also available as distance learning. Call 1-800-545-5736 for information and a workshop flyer. College credit and clock hours for many disciplines offered for both live and recorded classes. On-site workshops can also be scheduled for your school, agency or conference. This class also makes a terrific fund raiser if you host the event and invite area professionals to attend. Call us at 1-800-545-5736 or visit our web site at youthchg.com for more details. If you have problem kids, we can help.
Contact: Ruth Herman Wells
dwells@youthchg.com
1.800.545.5736
Contact: Ruth Herman Wells
dwells@youthchg.com
1.800.545.5736