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Child Custody Evaluation Training (for Mental Health Professionals)
Child Custody Evaluation Training (for Mental Health Professionals)
Presented By:
05/03/2019
Location: Sacramento, CA
CE Credit: 40 hours
Fee: 950.00

This is the only training session of its kind offered on the West Coast. 
If you’ve been thinking about entering this rewarding field of work with children and families, this training will get you one step closer to eligibility.  

Training Dates: 
Session 1: 20 hours - May 3rd-5th
Session 2: 20 hours - May 17th-19th

North Natomas location with free airport shuttle
Discounted room rate (includes breakfast): Thursday: $169, Friday and Saturday: $135
Hotel room code will be emailed once registered 

Child Custody Evaluation Training Overview:
The custody evaluation training course is split over two weekends (six days) in May to fully satisfy the 40 hour requirement for Child Custody Evaluation work in the Family Law Courts.

This training is required for qualified mental health professionals who work with parents and children in family law cases and make recommendations on parenting to the courts per F.C.§ 3110,3111, Ev.Code § 730 or Private Child Custody Recommending Counselors (CCRC's).

Speakers include:
Robin Deutsch, Leslie Drozd, Robert Kaufman, Jill Barr, Charlotte Keely

Registration from 8:00-8:30 every morning

May 3 - Robin Deutsch 8:30AM-4:30PM
Roles of Child Custody Evaluators, Effects of Divorce and Parenting Capacity, and Laws and Statutes Mandatory Reporting

May 4 - Robin Deutsch 8:30AM-4:30PM
Evaluation process, Interviewing Children, and Parenting Plans  

May 5 - Leslie Drozd 8:30AM-3:30PM
Decision Tree, Culture and Religion in Child Custody Evaluations, Cognitive Error and Bias, and Relocation

May 17 - Leslie Drozd 8:30AM-4:30PM
Evaluation of Sexual Abuse, and Parent/Child Contact Problems

May 18 - Robert Kaufman 8:30AM-4:30PM
Psychological Testing and Report Writing

May 19  - Robert Kaufman 8:30AM-3:30PM
Crafting Recommendations and Subpoena and Testimony


The Sacramento Valley Custody Mediation and Evaluators Group, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Association of Certified Family Law Specialists, and the Family Law Section of the California Lawyer’s Association 

The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, California Chapter (AFCC-CA), is approved by the California Psychological Association (CPA) to provide continuing professional education for psychologists.  The California BBS now recognizes CPA continuing education credit for license renewal for LSCWs and MFTs.  AFCC-CA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.

Application for approval pursuant to CRC 5.225 has been approved.

Contact: Theresa Graham
theresag@divorcewithrespect.com
(916) 455-5200

Healing Shame in Couples - A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
Healing Shame in Couples - A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
Presented By:
Sat. Apr 27, 2019 - Sun. Apr 28, 2019
Location: Rudramandir -- 830 Bancroft Way, Suite 102 Berkeley, CA 94710
CE Credit: 13 hours
Fee: 350.00
Healing Shame In Couples

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

Saturday, April 27, 10am-6pm & Sunday, April 28, 10am-5:30pm
(Live in Berkeley, just off the I-80)

$350 ($325 with full payment by March 15)
Special price for interns
13 CE Credits — CAMFT CE provider #134393

 
The more we care about each other, the more vulnerable we are to shame. Intentionally or unintentionally, we poke each other in the tender spots. Couples can shame each other multiple times a day, often without realizing what is happening. 

This can become a highly reactive cycle, preventing both people from getting their basic safety and attachment needs met. And shame can distort how we hear each other; the received message may have little to do with the message the partner is attempting to send. In this workshop we will explore the blame/shame game couples can fall into and how to help them stop shaming each other and work together to create a secure base and heal the wounds of the past. 
TO REGISTER, please visit the Schedule page at www.CenterforHealingShame.com.

Space is limited. 

For details about our Healing Shame certification program as well as articles and free webinars, visit our website. 

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.


Sex and Shame - A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
Sex and Shame - A Workshop for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
Presented By:
Sat. Mar 30, 2019 - Sun. Mar 31, 2019
Location: Rudramandir -- 830 Bancroft Way, Suite 102 Berkeley, CA 94710
CE Credit: 13 hours
Fee: 350.00
Sex and Shame

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

Saturday, March 30, 10am-6pm & Sunday, March 31, 10am-5:30pm
(Live in Berkeley, just off the I-80)

PRICE: $350 
Special price for interns
13 CE Credits — CAMFT CE provider #134393
 

We are subject to sexual shaming from early childhood, when we are most vulnerable to moral judgments from family and society — and to boundary violations from family members and those older than us. Entering our teenage years, we long to be attractive to others and try desperately to "be cool" and fit in. As adults, we seek a partner and try to balance the constraints of monogamy with sexual adventure. In our mature years, our ability to function sexually diminishes and our faces and bodies are no longer as we remember them.
 
In this workshop, we will offer tools you can use to help clients talk about, explore and heal the sexual shame that can arise at any stage in the life cycle — and help them towards a life-affirming sexuality.

TO REGISTER, please visit the Schedule page at

www.CenterforHealingShame.com.

Space is limited. 

For details about our Healing Shame certification program as well as articles and free webinars, visit our website. 

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.

2019 Integrative Mental Health Conference
2019 Integrative Mental Health Conference
Presented By:
April 15-17th, 2019
Location: San Francisco, CA
CE Credit: 0 hours
Fee: 0.00

Please join us at the 2019 premier integrative mental health conference, April 15-17th in San Francisco! Learn from 35 internationally renowned experts, including best-selling authors, award-winning physicians, researchers and professors.

Integrative methods to enhance mental well-being will be taught by speakers such as Dr. Priscilla Abercrombie, Dr. Andrew Weil, Michael Pollan, Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky, Dr. Richard Davidson, Dr. Dale Bredesen, Dr. Judson Brewer, Belleruth Naparstek, Dr. Shauna Shapiro, Dr. Charles Raison, and Dr. Andrew Newberg.

Learn about the latest advances in topics such as:

Mind-body connections, sleep disorders, spirituality, mindfulness, diet and nutritional supplements, integrative practice models, brain biology, microbiome, the new science of psychedelics and their implication for mental health care, positive psychology, addiction and trauma.

Continuing education credits are available, as well as anyone is welcome to attend the conference— whether you are a health professional or just personally interested in learning from the top integrative mental health experts teaching together at what will be an amazing event.

Visit www.imhc2019.com for more details and to register. Follow @AzCIM on Facebook and Twitter for event updates and exciting announcements.

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
April 26, 2019 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Berkeley: Four Points Sheraton-Emeryville
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement and also fulfills required six hours on Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention


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
regisrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Law & Ethics 9: Suicide and the Soul
Presented By:
March 30, 2019 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Pasadena: Hilton Garden Inn-Arcadia
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement and also fulfills required six hours on Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention


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 Pasadena
199 North Second Avenue
Arcadia, CA 91006
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Presented By:
May 18, 2019 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 and satisfies the 6-hour update on supervision


The day combines Law and Ethics for psychotherapists with training in Clinical Supervision. The course is not just for supervisors. The material applies to any mentoring work, including psychotherapy. It is designed for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs and other mental health professions. It would also be of interest to those in similar roles, such as training clergy, teachers, or correctional counselors.

The best clinicians and training supervisors continue their own inner work. In keeping with psychodynamic models, we will look at ourselves both as mentors and as earnest students. Careful tending of boundaries is crucial for ethical conduct and risk management. We will review key issues in the APA codes of ethics and reflect on our own personal systems for managing difficult situations.

Discussion will draw on the relationship between Wonder Woman and her mentors, including mythic initiatory trainer Antiope. It is through these experiences that Diana, the Amazon princess, is able to develop her abilities. Scenes from the 2017 film will be discussed to illustrate challenges faced by clinicians and supervisors in supporting trainees and clients. Like Antiope, we help each protégé claim a larger identity. Familiarity with the film is not required. No film clips will be shown. Focus is on the imagery and symbolism of the story.

We will also reflect on the rewards of following a calling. Joseph Campbell showed us how wisdom stories transmit hidden resources. Transformative learning requires many personal paradigm shifts. Emerging knowledge is revealed at each stage of identity formation.

Our grasp of ethics improves as we explain them to others. While this course is aimed primarily at mental health professions, the principles can be applied to mentoring in other situations. Combining two related topics, the day shows how to make legal and ethical standards serve those we mentor.
 

Location: Hilton Garden Inn LAX/El Segundo
2100 East Mariposa Avenue
El Segundo, CA 90245
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Presented By:
April 27, 2019 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Berkeley: Four Points Sheraton-Emeryville
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement and satisfies the 6-hour update on supervision


The day combines Law and Ethics for psychotherapists with training in Clinical Supervision. The course is not just for supervisors. The material applies to any mentoring work, including psychotherapy. It is designed for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs and other mental health professions. It would also be of interest to those in similar roles, such as training clergy, teachers, or correctional counselors.

The best clinicians and training supervisors continue their own inner work. In keeping with psychodynamic models, we will look at ourselves both as mentors and as earnest students. Careful tending of boundaries is crucial for ethical conduct and risk management. We will review key issues in the APA codes of ethics and reflect on our own personal systems for managing difficult situations.

Discussion will draw on the relationship between Wonder Woman and her mentors, including mythic initiatory trainer Antiope. It is through these experiences that Diana, the Amazon princess, is able to develop her abilities. Scenes from the 2017 film will be discussed to illustrate challenges faced by clinicians and supervisors in supporting trainees and clients. Like Antiope, we help each protégé claim a larger identity. Familiarity with the film is not required. No film clips will be shown. Focus is on the imagery and symbolism of the story.

We will also reflect on the rewards of following a calling. Joseph Campbell showed us how wisdom stories transmit hidden resources. Transformative learning requires many personal paradigm shifts. Emerging knowledge is revealed at each stage of identity formation.

Our grasp of ethics improves as we explain them to others. While this course is aimed primarily at mental health professions, the principles can be applied to mentoring in other situations. Combining two related topics, the day shows how to make legal and ethical standards serve those we mentor.
 

Location: Four Points Sheraton
1603 Powell Street
Emeryville, CA 94608
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Presented By:
April 12, 2019 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 and satisfies the 6-hour update on supervision


The day combines Law and Ethics for psychotherapists with training in Clinical Supervision. The course is not just for supervisors. The material applies to any mentoring work, including psychotherapy. It is designed for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs and other mental health professions. It would also be of interest to those in similar roles, such as training clergy, teachers, or correctional counselors.

The best clinicians and training supervisors continue their own inner work. In keeping with psychodynamic models, we will look at ourselves both as mentors and as earnest students. Careful tending of boundaries is crucial for ethical conduct and risk management. We will review key issues in the APA codes of ethics and reflect on our own personal systems for managing difficult situations.

Discussion will draw on the relationship between Wonder Woman and her mentors, including mythic initiatory trainer Antiope. It is through these experiences that Diana, the Amazon princess, is able to develop her abilities. Scenes from the 2017 film will be discussed to illustrate challenges faced by clinicians and supervisors in supporting trainees and clients. Like Antiope, we help each protégé claim a larger identity. Familiarity with the film is not required. No film clips will be shown. Focus is on the imagery and symbolism of the story.

We will also reflect on the rewards of following a calling. Joseph Campbell showed us how wisdom stories transmit hidden resources. Transformative learning requires many personal paradigm shifts. Emerging knowledge is revealed at each stage of identity formation.

Our grasp of ethics improves as we explain them to others. While this course is aimed primarily at mental health professions, the principles can be applied to mentoring in other situations. Combining two related topics, the day shows how to make legal and ethical standards serve those we mentor.
 

Location: Hilton Garden Inn
24150 Park Sorrento
Calabasas, CA 91302
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Presented By:
April 6, 2019 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Santa Barbara: Best Western Pepper Tree Inn
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement and satisfies the 6-hour update on supervision


The day combines Law and Ethics for psychotherapists with training in Clinical Supervision. The course is not just for supervisors. The material applies to any mentoring work, including psychotherapy. It is designed for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs and other mental health professions. It would also be of interest to those in similar roles, such as training clergy, teachers, or correctional counselors.

The best clinicians and training supervisors continue their own inner work. In keeping with psychodynamic models, we will look at ourselves both as mentors and as earnest students. Careful tending of boundaries is crucial for ethical conduct and risk management. We will review key issues in the APA codes of ethics and reflect on our own personal systems for managing difficult situations.

Discussion will draw on the relationship between Wonder Woman and her mentors, including mythic initiatory trainer Antiope. It is through these experiences that Diana, the Amazon princess, is able to develop her abilities. Scenes from the 2017 film will be discussed to illustrate challenges faced by clinicians and supervisors in supporting trainees and clients. Like Antiope, we help each protégé claim a larger identity. Familiarity with the film is not required. No film clips will be shown. Focus is on the imagery and symbolism of the story.

We will also reflect on the rewards of following a calling. Joseph Campbell showed us how wisdom stories transmit hidden resources. Transformative learning requires many personal paradigm shifts. Emerging knowledge is revealed at each stage of identity formation.

Our grasp of ethics improves as we explain them to others. While this course is aimed primarily at mental health professions, the principles can be applied to mentoring in other situations. Combining two related topics, the day shows how to make legal and ethical standards serve those we mentor.
 

Location: Best Western Pepper Tree Inn
3850 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Presented By:
March 29, 2019 10:00am-5:00pm
Location: Pasadena: Hilton Garden Inn-Arcadia
CE Credit: 6 hours
Fee: 155.00
Meets Mandated California Law & Ethics requirement and satisfies the 6-hour update on supervision


The day combines Law and Ethics for psychotherapists with training in Clinical Supervision. The course is not just for supervisors. The material applies to any mentoring work, including psychotherapy. It is designed for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs and other mental health professions. It would also be of interest to those in similar roles, such as training clergy, teachers, or correctional counselors.

The best clinicians and training supervisors continue their own inner work. In keeping with psychodynamic models, we will look at ourselves both as mentors and as earnest students. Careful tending of boundaries is crucial for ethical conduct and risk management. We will review key issues in the APA codes of ethics and reflect on our own personal systems for managing difficult situations.

Discussion will draw on the relationship between Wonder Woman and her mentors, including mythic initiatory trainer Antiope. It is through these experiences that Diana, the Amazon princess, is able to develop her abilities. Scenes from the 2017 film will be discussed to illustrate challenges faced by clinicians and supervisors in supporting trainees and clients. Like Antiope, we help each protégé claim a larger identity. Familiarity with the film is not required. No film clips will be shown. Focus is on the imagery and symbolism of the story.

We will also reflect on the rewards of following a calling. Joseph Campbell showed us how wisdom stories transmit hidden resources. Transformative learning requires many personal paradigm shifts. Emerging knowledge is revealed at each stage of identity formation.

Our grasp of ethics improves as we explain them to others. While this course is aimed primarily at mental health professions, the principles can be applied to mentoring in other situations. Combining two related topics, the day shows how to make legal and ethical standards serve those we mentor.
 
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Pasadena
199 North 2nd Avenue
Arcadia, CA 91006
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com


Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Law & Ethics 10 – Supervision and Practice
Presented By:
March 24, 2019 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 and satisfies the 6-hour update on supervision


The day combines Law and Ethics for psychotherapists with training in Clinical Supervision. The course is not just for supervisors. The material applies to any mentoring work, including psychotherapy. It is designed for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs and other mental health professions. It would also be of interest to those in similar roles, such as training clergy, teachers, or correctional counselors.

The best clinicians and training supervisors continue their own inner work. In keeping with psychodynamic models, we will look at ourselves both as mentors and as earnest students. Careful tending of boundaries is crucial for ethical conduct and risk management. We will review key issues in the APA codes of ethics and reflect on our own personal systems for managing difficult situations.

Discussion will draw on the relationship between Wonder Woman and her mentors, including mythic initiatory trainer Antiope. It is through these experiences that Diana, the Amazon princess, is able to develop her abilities. Scenes from the 2017 film will be discussed to illustrate challenges faced by clinicians and supervisors in supporting trainees and clients. Like Antiope, we help each protégé claim a larger identity. Familiarity with the film is not required. No film clips will be shown. Focus is on the imagery and symbolism of the story.

We will also reflect on the rewards of following a calling. Joseph Campbell showed us how wisdom stories transmit hidden resources. Transformative learning requires many personal paradigm shifts. Emerging knowledge is revealed at each stage of identity formation.

Our grasp of ethics improves as we explain them to others. While this course is aimed primarily at mental health professions, the principles can be applied to mentoring in other situations. Combining two related topics, the day shows how to make legal and ethical standards serve those we mentor.

Location: Best Western Corte Madera Inn
56 Madera Boulevard
Corte Madera, CA 94925
Contact: Roger Bills
registrar@folkstory.com
805 687-7171

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Presented By:
June 7 & 8, 2019
Location: 6367 Alvarado Court, Room 103, San Diego CA 92120
CE Credit: 26 hours
Fee: 400.00
Click HERE to register! Early bird registration will remain open until May 1, 2019.

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based, culturally responsive treatment model for children and adolescents impacted by trauma and their parents or caregivers. This model addresses the unique needs of children and youth with PTSD symptoms, depression, or other behavioral, social, and emotional issues related to traumatic life experiences. After completing the in-classroom training, participants receive support through consultation calls to help identify and resolve challenges they may have when using TF-CBT with their current caseload. Course completion satisfies some criteria for TF-CBT Certification. 
Contact: Kelly Wood
kwood@sdsu.edu
6195941636

Take Steps towards Certification in CBT: 4 Weekends in S.D.
Take Steps towards Certification in CBT: 4 Weekends in S.D.
Presented By:
01/26/2019/10:00 a.m.
Location: San Diego CA
CE Credit: 44 hours
Fee: 0.00

Move Towards Certification in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy*
Earn up to 44 Continuing Education Hours
Four Weekends in San Diego
Receive Live Training in CBT

Weekend 1:Cognitive Therapy for Depression
Weekend 2: Cognitive Therapy of Anxiety Disorders: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder
Weekend 3: Cognitive Therapy of Schema Change
Weekend 4: Cognitive Therapy of Axis 2: Borderline, Narcissistic, Dependent, Avoidant, Passive-Aggressive

*Please check website: AcademyofCT.org  for all certification requirements

Contact: Sherry Reasbeck
Reasbeck@cognitivetherapyandtrainingcenter.com
858-458-0388

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.