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San Jose

Introduction to Dance/Movement Therapy: Theory and Practice
Presented by: Bonnie Bernstein M.Ed., MFT, BC-DMT (MFC #24813)
January 23-25 & January 30-Feb. 1, 2015-9:00am-6:20pm
CE Credit: 50 hours
Fee: $1,075.00

The Center for Movement Education and Research

Bring a new dimension of expressive movement into your clinical practice. This 50 hour experiential and didactic course introduces Dance/Movement Therapy as an empowering resource for insight, growth and life change.

Introduction to Dance/Movement Therapy: Theory and Practice

Level 1: Theoretical Origins, Foundations and Principles  (50 hours)

Instructor: Bonnie Bernstein, M.Ed., MFT, BC-DMT

Description of Course Content:Through experiential exercises, readings and discussion, participants will be introduced to the rich professional field of dance/movement therapy. Students will examine the foundational tenants defining dance/movement therapy as a creative, expressive, healing and integrating process. Discussions will focus on the history and theoretical origins of dance/movement therapy in Western culture emphasizing the methods of dance/movement therapy pioneers. In addition, from an anthropological perspective, participants will explore therapeutic elements in dances from world cultures. Participants will delve into the world of communicative and expressive movement while being introduced to dance/movement therapy treatment for specific populations including children, higher functioning adults, elders and hospitalized psychiatric patients.

• This course meets the qualifications for 50 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #3888).

January 23-25 & January 30th-Feb. 1, 2015  9:00am – 6:20pm

Bonnie Bernstein, MFT, BC-DMT, REAT: was mentored by pioneer dance therapist Blanche Evan from 1970-82. Her specialties are in-depth insight oriented dance/movement therapy and dance and expressive arts therapy for sexual trauma survivors. She has been in private practice for 35 years and is a CAMFT-certified supervisor.

Location: San Jose in affiliation with JOHN F. KENNEDY UNIVERSITY

CE fee: $1075  

For enrollment forms and information go to: http://www.movement-education.org/therapy/courses_alternateroute_nocal.html

Or Call Judy: 310-600-0664

JFK University San Jose Campus
(Posted 11/22/2014)
Costa Mesa

Emotionally Focused Therapy with Individuals
Presented by: Yolanda von Hockauf, RMFT, EFT Certified Trainer
February 6, and 7, 2015 - 9am - 4:30pm
CE Credit: 12 hours
Fee: $355.00
Email: kakamine@pacbell.net
Phone: 714-624-2240
Want to learn how to apply this powerful model with your individual clients? For the first time , Emotionally Focused Therapy with Individuals is brought to Southern California, no prior EFT training is required. This training uses dynamic theory presentation, demonstration tapes from the trainer, small group exercises and role plays. Participants will learn how to:
1. Use the attachment lens to understand client’s presenting issues.
2. Track and reflect client’s issues as a negative cycle; both systemically with interpersonal     relationships and internal relationship with self.
3. Work with client’s primary emotions to revise view of self and other.
4. Help client actively shift to a new position based on core attachment needs.

For more information and to register, please go to www.occeft.com

3390 Harbor Blvd
(Posted 10/30/2014)
San Diego

Cognitive Therapy Training Program
Presented by: Sherry Reasbeck, Ph.D.
January 24, 2015-10:00 am -4:30 pm, January 25, 2015 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
CE Credit: 44 hours
Fee: $1,080.00
Email: Reasbeck@cognitivetherapyandtrainingcenter.com
Phone: 858-458-0388

  • Complete at least 40 hours of training in cognitive therapy
  • Become a Certified Affiliate through the Academy of Cognitive Therapy after completing all certification requirements *check ACT website 
  • 44 Continuing Education hours in:
Cognitive therapy for Depression:                         January 24-25, 2015
Mindfulness Techniques
Cognitive therapy for Anxiety Disorders:            February 21-22, 2015
Cognitive therapy of Schema Change:                          March 21, 2015
Cognitive therapy of Axis II Disorders:                     April 25-26, 2015
Holiday Inn Express 5925 Lusk Blvd
(Posted 10/22/2014)