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Sand Tray: A Gestalt Approach
Sand Tray: A Gestalt Approach
Presented By:
11/19-11/20, 2018
Location: Santa Barbara, CA
CE Credit: 10 hours
Fee: 250.00
This integrative modality offers a therapeutic experience for children and adolescents that activates the senses, emotions, creativity, and intellect with children/adolescents in Getalt Play Therapy.  This workshop includes theory and experiential practice in order to better support a depth of understanding when using sand tray in Gestalt Play Therapy.  Objectives include:  Identify a least one way the perspective of Gestalt sand tray work is different from and similar to other approaches in play therapy.  Practice the five step phenomenological process when working with sand tray in Gestalt Play Therapy.  Lead a child/adolescent through the phenomenological proces to develop a stronger sense of self and self-support.  Identify practical ways to support a child/adolescent in beginning and development a sand tray image.
Contact: Felicia Carroll
fcarroll@west.net
805 693 9160

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
October 28, 2018 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Berkeley: Four Points Sheraton-Emeryville
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
Location: Four Points Sheraton
1603 Powell Street
Emeryville, CA 94608
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

APsaA 2019 National Meeting
APsaA 2019 National Meeting
Presented By:
02/05/2019 - 02/10/2019
Location: New York Hilton Midtown Hotel
CE Credit: 51 hours
Fee: 0.00
Join us for APsaA's 2019 National Meeting!  Featuring more than 160 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 51.5 continuing education credits, including those that satisfy the requirements for risk management, medical ethics, and cultural competency. 

Beginning October 30th, visit 
www.apsa.org to download the complete program and reserve your hotel room.  

Pre-registration begins on November 6th and runs through January 8th. 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
2127520450

2019 "Yogic Science to Break Habits and Addictive Behavior: 8 Day Specialty Professional Training
2019 "Yogic Science to Break Habits and Addictive Behavior: 8 Day Specialty Professional Training
Presented By:
March 23-30, 2019
Location: Hacienda de Guru Ram Das
CE Credit: 48 hours
Fee: 0.00
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8 day Immersion Course
 with the purpose of enabling the learner to apply Yogic Science, which addresses spirit, mind, body and environment, to the treatment of addictive behavior in both personal care and professional treatment protocols. Participants will delve into content deeper than that of the weekend course, so that the participant is able to gain knowledge, skills and practical application of the Yogic Technology for complete integration in to their professional practice and personal wellbeing. While participating in this highly experiential activity, the learner will identify personal addictive behaviors, as well as learning how to introduce and duplicate the teaching to others in a professional setting.

  • Nursing: Approval to award 63.25 CNE Contact Hours through March 27, 2019.  AHNA Approval #1249
  • Course meets the qualifications for 48 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. CAMFT Provider# 131565.
  • NAADAC for Addiction Professionals and Counselors (National Certification Commission). #103382 (48 CEUs)
  • Physical Therapists are approved to receive 48 CEUs through the New Mexico Board of Physical Therapists.
  • Yoga Alliance IKYTA (International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association) both award 48 CEUs.
  • SuperHealth is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs. SuperHealth maintains responsibility for these programs/courses and all of its content. 

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Email Harkamal Kaur:  superhealthevents@gmail.com with any questions!

Contact: Mukta Khalsa
superhealth12@gmail.com
5056996505

School for The Work with Byron Katie
School for The Work with Byron Katie
Presented By:
Oct. 23–Nov. 1, 2018
Location: Ojai Valley Inn
CE Credit: 50 hours
Fee: 5997.00

Join us for the ultimate inner adventure. Spend nine days losing the fear-based stories you've innocently clung to all your life. At the School you'll discover that your stories are everyone's, and everyone's stories are yours. You'll be supported so you can be completely yourself without fear of judgment, perhaps for the first time in your life.

The curriculum at the School is a living, evolving process, changing with the needs of the participants and on the basis of past students' experiences. The exercises and activities are designed to mirror the transformation Katie herself went through after she woke up to reality in 1986. You will work on issues such as sex, fear, body image, addiction, money, and relationships of every kind.

The School for The Work is an immersion experience—an immersion in freedom. Each day during the School you may find yourself feeling freer and happier than the day before. Old habits may fall away like outworn clothes. You may find yourself eager to get up in the morning so that you won't miss a moment of this unfolding adventure.

Click here for more information about the School for The Work with Byron Katie.


Collaborative Problem Solving Tier 1: An Innovative, Trauma-Informed Approach to Treating, Teaching and Parenting/Caregiving Kids (and Adults) with Chronic Challenging Behavior
Collaborative Problem Solving Tier 1: An Innovative, Trauma-Informed Approach to Treating, Teaching and Parenting/Caregiving Kids (and Adults) with Chronic Challenging Behavior
Presented By:
11/12 - 11/14/2018 8:30a - 4:30p daily
Location: Hosted by Youth Homes at St. Paul's Episcopal Church - 1924 Trinity Ave., Walnut Creek, CA
CE Credit: 16 hours
Fee: 375.00
Relationally based, trauma-informed, and neurobiologically-grounded, CPS views challenging behavior as a learning disability or delayed development of some very crucial cognitive (thinking) skills necessary to handle the demands of everyday life.   

Through a more empathetic and accurate understanding of what is getting in a child's (or adult's) way, we (clinicians, parents/caregivers, educators) are better able to intervene to support children (and adults) through a collaborative process of teaching skills and solving problems.  In this training, participants with some previous exposure to / knowledge of this approach will advance their skills in applying the model through a combination of didactic instruction, role-plays, video and audio examples, case presentations, and breakout groups with topics of specific interest to clinicians and educators. 

This is an opportunity to not only learn about this model, but to network with others who desire to promote a compassionate and neurodevelopmentally supportive approach, and to receive individual attention and feedback during breakout sessions from Think:Kids Certified CPS Trainers. Participants should have some introductory exposure to the model, and have interest in becoming more proficient in this innovative approach.    

For more information about the Collaborative Problem Solving model visit:  http://bowmanconsultgroup.com/collaborative-problem-solving-training/ or  www.thinkkids.org.

Questions: Email or call Doris at doris@bowmanconsultgroup.com / 503-896-6780
Contact: DORIS BOWMAN
doris@bowmanconsultgroup.com
503-896-6780

Imagery International Conference: Strengthening Imagery Skills in an Era of Environmental Uncertainty
Imagery International Conference: Strengthening Imagery Skills in an Era of Environmental Uncertainty
Presented By:
10/26-28/2018
Location: Menlo Park, CA
CE Credit: 9 hours
Fee: 0.00
Imagery International is a professional association for health care practitioners who use imagery in their work and life.  This is our 10th annual conference where this year we offer direct training in the therapeutic modalities of guided imagery and Integrative Imagery to address ways to cope with a climate of change and uncertainty in our world right now. The conference offers 4 experiential workshops over 2 days.  It is a time to meet other like-minded people who believe in the transformative power of the imagination.  Together we CAN change the world!
Contact: Susan Ezra
susan.ezra@gmail.com


Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
October 26, 2018 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: San Francisco: Hilton Garden Inn SFO
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 

Location: Hilton Garden Inn SFO North
670 Gateway Boulevard
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
October 20, 2018 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Palm Springs: Hilton Garden Inn Rancho Mirage
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.


Location: Hilton Garden Inn
71700 Highway 111
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Through the Looking Glass: A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
Through the Looking Glass: A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
Presented By:
Sat. Oct 20, 2018 - Sun. Oct 21, 2018
Location: Rudramandir -- 830 Bancroft Way, Suite 102 Berkeley, CA 94710
CE Credit: 13 hours
Fee: 350.00

Through the Looking Glass: Using Imaginal Resources to Heal
Shame

A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
with Sheila Rubin, LMFT, RDT/BCT and Bret Lyon, PhD, SEP, BCC

Saturday, October 20, 10am–6pm & Sunday, October 21, 10am–5:30pm
 

In Berkeley, just off the I-80

$350 full price / $325 with full payment by September 14
Special price for interns
13 CE Credits — CAMFT CE provider #134393
 

When clients get stuck in shame, the most powerful way to help them get unstuck may be to activate their imagination. In the Imaginal Realm, logic and time are fluid and flexible. What actually happened can be explored and changed. What was stuck in the cognitive realm can be reexamined and shifted. Shaming situations from the past can be revisited and resolved. In this workshop, we will utilize techniques from Drama Therapy, Focusing, Expressive Arts Therapy, Jungian creative imagination and Hakomi. We will explore the critical voices and/or the childhood scenes that are still driving the internal shame dynamic in the client. Once the shame is worked through in the Imaginal Realm the client can interact with the world differently.

TO REGISTER, please visit the Schedule page at www.CenterforHealingShame.com.

Space is limited. 

For details about our complete training program in Healing Shame, visit our website. You can also check out articles and free Healing Shame webinars.

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

 

www.CenterForHealingShame.com

 

The Center for Healing Shame is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs in California - CAMFT CE provider #134393. PhDs in California and PhDs and licensed therapists outside of California may be able to receive 12 CE credits through the co-sponsorship of R. Cassidy Seminars. The Center for Healing Shame maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.

Contact: Sheila Rubin
sheila@healingshame.com
510-967-2903

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
December 15, 2018 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: San Fernando Valley-Hilton Garden Inn-Calabasas
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Hilton Garden Inn
24150 Park Sorrento
Calabasas, CA 91302
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
December 8, 2018 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Sacramento: Governors Inn Discovery Park
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Governors Inn Discovery Park
210 Richards Boulevard
Sacramento, Ca 95814
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
November 30, 2018 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Marin County: Corte Madera Inn, Corta Madera
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Corte Madera Inn
56 Madera Boulevard
Corte Madera, CA 94925
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
November 16, 2018 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Los Angeles (LAX) - Hilton Garden Inn-El Segundo
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Hilton Garden Inn
2100 East Mariposa Avenue
El Segundo, CA 90245
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
November 2, 2018 10am - 5:00pm
Location: Pasadena: Hilton Garden Inn-Arcadia
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Hilton Garden InnPasadena
199 North 2nd Avenue
Arcadia, CA 91006
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
September 28, 2018 10am - 5:00pm
Location: Berkeley: Four Points Sheraton-Emeryville
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Four Points Sheraton
1603 Powell Street
Emeryville, CA 94608
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
September 26, 2018 10am - 5:00pm
Location: San Francisco: Hilton Garden Inn SFO
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Hilton Garden Inn SFO
670 Gateway Boulevard
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
September 20, 2018 10am - 5:00pm
Location: Palm Springs: Hilton Garden Inn Rancho Mirage
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement

When the pain of life becomes overwhelming, thoughts of ending the suffering can rise. This is one of the most challenging situations in the work of anyone in a helping profession. Any possibility that a client might be considering taking their life mobilizes all of our skills. This day, our ninth seminar on Law and Ethics is on how to evaluate the risk and reduce the possibility of self-destruction.

We will discuss the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life, and other stories, to explore the underlying crisis of meaning that can lead to dire thoughts. Mythic lore contains guidance and support for the rough parts of the journey. The dark night of the soul is a particularly difficult element of the quest. In times of trouble, it may genuinely seem like life should end. This can be a problem of overly literal thinking. Death and rebirth are supposed to be symbolic. Such confusion can be addressed in treatment. In the long view, we are all meant to find resilience and make it through the daunting hurdles of our stories.

This day meets the new mandate that all psychologists complete six hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. Topics include risk factors, crisis management, treatment decisions, legal procedures and ethical issues.
 
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Rancho Mirage
71700 Highway 111
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Topical Mentoring #5: Dream Analysis
Topical Mentoring #5: Dream Analysis
Presented By:
11/10/2018, 9:30am
Location: Mill Valley, CA
CE Credit: 4 hours
Fee: 275.00
This class is comprised of experienced professionals in my method as described in my book Whole Therapist, Whole Patient: Integrating Reich, Masterson, and Jung in Modern Psychotherapy.

Personal and professional dreams will be described and analyzed using patient information, associations and Jungian symbolism as it relates to the dream. Learn how to effectively interpret dream material in a safe and supportive setting of professionals.
Contact: Dr. Patricia Frisch
assist@orgonomictherapy.com
415-388-0622