Web: [email protected] the Hungry Ghost: Mindful Relapse Prevention for Maintaining Healthy Habits. Held at 1440 Multiversity the nation's newest learning destination with holistic amenities, daily yoga and meditation with farm to table cuisine, massage, energy work, healing arts and hiking.
This dynamic workshop will help you to identify, learn, and practice tools and skills to use yourself or with your clients to: Identify and address the major cause of relapse; Reduce stress and reactivity using meditation, mindfulness and compassion skills; Identify and implement relapse prevention tools and skills to maintaining healthy habits.
Email [email protected] call (360) 412-0025, or mail directly to PO BOX 5860, Lacey, WA 98509-5860.
Ethics and Neuropsychology: New findings and clinical implications (6 Law and Ethics CEs).
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an established evidence based practice renowned for resolving ambivalence. May 11-12 Reclaiming Soma with Maria Brignola, MCAT, BC-DMT, NCC. In this workshop participants will be provided with a didactic lecture, hands on participation in art making, small group processing and further reading to support a creative approach to navigate ethical decision making. Held at Providence Willamette Falls Community Center, Oregon City CE: 3 Law and Ethics CEs.
April 6-7 Interpersonal Neurobiology and Treatment of Depression with Greg Crosby, MA, LPC, CGP, FAGPA.
This seminar begins by examining the nature of psychosis and of CBT, providing a foundation for understanding how CBT can be helpful.