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San Francisco

Introduction to Depth Hypnosis
Presented by: Joanna Adler
November 7 & 8, 2014
CE Credit: 10 hours
Fee: $280.00

Introduction to Depth Hypnosis workshop adapts Buddhist understandings regarding the nature of the mind, and provides a model for incorporating this understanding into a therapeutic modality that can easily be accessed by westerners. By integrating techniques from hypnotherapy to broaden clients’ capacity to move beyond the overly active rational mind, and shamanic understandings regarding the correction of imbalance, Depth Hypnosis provides a powerful complement to traditional western therapies. 

Depth Hypnosis actively involves each individual in the process of discovering what is needed to effect the changes he is seeking. In this way, the individual is empowered and directly in touch with his ability to heal. Whether you’re seeking personal growth, considering new therapeutic modalities, or wanting to deepen your current practice, this powerful training can make a positive change in your work and life. 

Students in the introductory course will receive overviews of traditional hypnotherapeutic techniques, core shamanic healing practices, Buddhist teachings in a therapeutic context, energy medicine and management, and an overview of transpersonal psychology. Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice transformative suggestion hypnosis techniques within a transpersonal context.

1 Beach Street
(Posted 10/01/2014)
Escondido

ScreamFree Parenting
Presented by: Hal Runkle, LMFT and staff
11/13/2014 - 8:30am-4:30pm
CE Credit: 14 hours
Fee: $349.00
Email: drphilsmith68@gmail.com
Phone: 619-2974331

November 13-14 (8:30-4:30pm) is a two day training rooted in Family Systems Therory and presented in everyday language and designed to take participants through the process of becoming ScreamFree themselves so they can help others do the same. The training is intimate and interactive, so attendance is capped at 20 individuals. Attendees walk away prepared to lead ScreamFree Parenting classes, and to have a 1 on 1 conversations with families. Cost is $399 for the training and $349 for CAMFT members. If you want the Facilitator's Kit the total cost is $599 and $499 for CAMFT members. There will be an evening session where parents will be invited to hear about this program. Note: Continental breakfast and lunch is served both days. 

For registration and further information contact Tiffany Kinney at her email: tiffanyk@screamfree.com

1300 S. Juniper St.
(Posted 10/01/2014)
San Rafael

Parenting Coordination - Helping High-Conflict Parents Resolve Post-Separation Disputes
Presented by: Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.
December 4-5, 2014 from 9:00am to 4:30pm
CE Credit: 12 hours
Fee: $550.00

Parents with continuing disputes and litigation about their children following divorce, present difficult problems for courts, lawyers, and mental health professionals, and increase their children’s risk of adjustment problems. For Parenting Coordinators, Special Masters, mediators, custody evaluators, lawyers, divorce counselors, therapists and other professionals who work with high-conflict families. Please register on our website: www.ncmc-mediate.org. Early registration discounted fees available.

175 N. Redwood Drive
(Posted 09/25/2014)