Resilience and Well-Being – Teachings Large and Small
Sometimes I teach skills of resilience and well-being to 100 people in settings that are part of larger venues where 1,000 clinicians gather to trade ideas and learn the latest empirically-validated techniques. Sometimes I lead experiential workshops of 20-30 people in smaller settings dedicated to personal growth and well-being, where the sense of community is part of the learning.
Upcoming trainings in Resilience and Well-Being, large and small, please consider participating if it works in your schedule:
Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, Washington, D.C. March 17-20, 2016
3,000 clinicians gather every year for the most amazing training from leading experts and transformative conversations among themselves. I’ll be presenting two daylong workshops on Brain Care and Rewiring the Brain to Enhance Attachment. And learning from many, many good colleagues myself, among them:
Tim Desmond, Bruce Ecker, Lisa Ferentz, Janina Fisher, Diana Fosha, Rick Hanson, Diane Poole Heller, Sue Johnson, Nancy Napier, Stephen Porges, Terry Real, Richard Schwartz, and the poet David Whyte.
Cape Cod Institute, Cape Cod, MA June 27-July 1, 2016
The 10-week summer Institute gives clinicians a chance to learn from many, many leading experts in the field and have a 5-day vacation on the beaches of Cape Cod at the same time. (Morning classes; afternoons/evenings free to re-create.) Among the presenters in summer 2016:
Pat Ogden, Stephen Porges, Richard Schwartz, Bessel van der Kolk
I’ll be teaching Bouncing Back: Rewiring the Brain for Resilience and Well-Being June 27-July 1, 2016. I’d love to see you in class or on the beach! Early registration ends March 1, 2016.
The Psychotherapy Institute, Berkeley, CA March 5, 2016
A experiential workshop for clinicians in the San Francisco Bay Area to learn tools of Bouncing Back: The Neuroscience of Resilience and Well-Being. Early registration ends February 19, 2016.
…is a virtual conference on bringing more playfulness and intuitive wisdom into the serious business of psychotherapy. Like many experienced therapists, I value my theoretical orientations and incorporate the latest research findings into my therapeutic work with clients. I also value my deeply honed intuitive wisdom and the remarkable outcomes that can happen when I dare to think outside of the box.
Please join me and a dozen other masterful clinicians for 2 days of inspiring interviews and experiential exercises to help you more enjoy the challenging work we do to restore hope, rebuild the human soul, and alleviate suffering.
You’ll be given powerful and practical ways to invite more creativity and joy into your practice.
Click here to join; it’s FUN.