15 01, 2018

Exploring the Wild Landscapes of the Human Psyche: An Experiential Immersion for Human Development Facilitators

2018-01-15T08:10:02-08:00

9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Earthrise Retreat Center, Petaluma, CA
7 CEUs available for MFT, LPC, LCSW,PhD and RN

with Geneen Marie Haugen, PhD
and Bill Plotkin, PhD

The wild human psyche holds treasures and troubles, portals and obstacles, gifts and shadows that we might not know exist until we discover how to access them, cultivate their powers and potentials, and eventually integrate them into our everyday lives. We’ll experientially explore the four dimensions of our innate human wholeness and identify the four kinds of self-protective subpersonalities that supported us in childhood but are now barriers to our full and authentic humanity. Cultivating our multifaceted wild minds and uncovering the gifts of our subpersonalities also constitute the best preparation for the descent to soul — the initiatory journey that reveals the larger, mythic story we’re called to live and enables us to serve the greater Earth community as visionary artisans of cultural evolution. We’ll explore the landscapes of the wild mind through a variety of soulcraft practices such as creative expression, solo exercises while wandering on the land, voice dialogue, journaling, and deep imagination. This experiential offering supports personal development but also introduces new tools for ecotherapists, psychotherapists, graduate students, and others.

This workshop is designed and intended for people who self-identify as professional human development guides in one form or another — i.e., people who work in fields such as psychotherapy, psychiatry, clinical psychology, professional counseling, ministry, life coaching, ecotherapy, rites of passage, education, mentoring, and wilderness therapy; or students or trainees in a human development graduate school or training program.

Group size will be limited. Priority admission and discount to this workshop is given to conference participants registering concurrently with the conference. Singular registration in this workshop will be made available as a separate sign-up on Feb 15, 2018 as space is available.  Conference participants may register for the workshop when registering for the conference starting now.

CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE DETAILS

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY

REGISTRATION FOR THE WORKSHOP ONLY WILL BE OPEN ON FEB 18, 2018

Fee for both workshop (including lunch) is $165 for registrations received BEFORE March 15
Fee for workshop (including lunch) for late registrations, received ON or AFTER March 15 is $175

15% discount for seniors (65+), students (enrolled full-time) and interns

CEU certificate = $15 BBSE licenses / $30 PhD and RN

Continuing Education Credits

The workshop meets the qualifications for 7 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists  (CEPA #90905) to sponsor continuing education for the licenses listed above.  Holos Institute maintains responsibility for its programs and content.

CE credits for psychologists are provided by the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) which is co-sponsoring this program. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content. SCRC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. For questions about CE for PhD and RNs, visit www.spiritualcompetency.com or contact David Lukoff, PhD at CE@spiritualcompetency.com.

The cost of a CEU certificate is $15 for BBSE licensees and $30 for RNs and clinical psychologists

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • List the four kinds of self-protective subpersonalities
  • List and describe at least 3 “soulcraft” experiences that bring about an initiatory experience
  • Describe a map of human psychological development based on a 4 part archetypal model
  • Perform an interventive process that can help a client progress from one developmental stage to another
  • Construct an imaginative process that can be a powerful tool in addressing “stuck” patterns in a client
Exploring the Wild Landscapes of the Human Psyche: An Experiential Immersion for Human Development Facilitators2018-01-15T08:10:02-08:00
15 01, 2018

Exploring the Wild Landscapes of the Human Psyche: An Experiential Immersion for Human Development Facilitators

2018-01-15T08:10:02-08:00

9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Earthrise Retreat Center, Petaluma, CA
7 CEUs available for MFT, LPC, LCSW,PhD and RN

with Geneen Marie Haugen, PhD
and Bill Plotkin, PhD

The wild human psyche holds treasures and troubles, portals and obstacles, gifts and shadows that we might not know exist until we discover how to access them, cultivate their powers and potentials, and eventually integrate them into our everyday lives. We’ll experientially explore the four dimensions of our innate human wholeness and identify the four kinds of self-protective subpersonalities that supported us in childhood but are now barriers to our full and authentic humanity. Cultivating our multifaceted wild minds and uncovering the gifts of our subpersonalities also constitute the best preparation for the descent to soul — the initiatory journey that reveals the larger, mythic story we’re called to live and enables us to serve the greater Earth community as visionary artisans of cultural evolution. We’ll explore the landscapes of the wild mind through a variety of soulcraft practices such as creative expression, solo exercises while wandering on the land, voice dialogue, journaling, and deep imagination. This experiential offering supports personal development but also introduces new tools for ecotherapists, psychotherapists, graduate students, and others.

This workshop is designed and intended for people who self-identify as professional human development guides in one form or another — i.e., people who work in fields such as psychotherapy, psychiatry, clinical psychology, professional counseling, ministry, life coaching, ecotherapy, rites of passage, education, mentoring, and wilderness therapy; or students or trainees in a human development graduate school or training program.

Group size will be limited. Priority admission and discount to this workshop is given to conference participants registering concurrently with the conference. Singular registration in this workshop will be made available as a separate sign-up on Feb 15, 2018 as space is available.  Conference participants may register for the workshop when registering for the conference starting now.

CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE DETAILS

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY

REGISTRATION FOR THE WORKSHOP ONLY WILL BE OPEN ON FEB 18, 2018

Fee for both workshop (including lunch) is $165 for registrations received BEFORE March 15
Fee for workshop (including lunch) for late registrations, received ON or AFTER March 15 is $175

15% discount for seniors (65+), students (enrolled full-time) and interns

CEU certificate = $15 BBSE licenses / $30 PhD and RN

Continuing Education Credits

The workshop meets the qualifications for 7 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists  (CEPA #90905) to sponsor continuing education for the licenses listed above.  Holos Institute maintains responsibility for its programs and content.

CE credits for psychologists are provided by the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) which is co-sponsoring this program. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content. SCRC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. For questions about CE for PhD and RNs, visit www.spiritualcompetency.com or contact David Lukoff, PhD at CE@spiritualcompetency.com.

The cost of a CEU certificate is $15 for BBSE licensees and $30 for RNs and clinical psychologists

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • List the four kinds of self-protective subpersonalities
  • List and describe at least 3 “soulcraft” experiences that bring about an initiatory experience
  • Describe a map of human psychological development based on a 4 part archetypal model
  • Perform an interventive process that can help a client progress from one developmental stage to another
  • Construct an imaginative process that can be a powerful tool in addressing “stuck” patterns in a client
Exploring the Wild Landscapes of the Human Psyche: An Experiential Immersion for Human Development Facilitators2018-01-15T08:10:02-08:00
15 01, 2018

Exploring the Wild Landscapes of the Human Psyche: An Experiential Immersion for Human Development Facilitators

2018-01-15T08:10:02-08:00

9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Earthrise Retreat Center, Petaluma, CA
7 CEUs available for MFT, LPC, LCSW,PhD and RN

with Geneen Marie Haugen, PhD
and Bill Plotkin, PhD

The wild human psyche holds treasures and troubles, portals and obstacles, gifts and shadows that we might not know exist until we discover how to access them, cultivate their powers and potentials, and eventually integrate them into our everyday lives. We’ll experientially explore the four dimensions of our innate human wholeness and identify the four kinds of self-protective subpersonalities that supported us in childhood but are now barriers to our full and authentic humanity. Cultivating our multifaceted wild minds and uncovering the gifts of our subpersonalities also constitute the best preparation for the descent to soul — the initiatory journey that reveals the larger, mythic story we’re called to live and enables us to serve the greater Earth community as visionary artisans of cultural evolution. We’ll explore the landscapes of the wild mind through a variety of soulcraft practices such as creative expression, solo exercises while wandering on the land, voice dialogue, journaling, and deep imagination. This experiential offering supports personal development but also introduces new tools for ecotherapists, psychotherapists, graduate students, and others.

This workshop is designed and intended for people who self-identify as professional human development guides in one form or another — i.e., people who work in fields such as psychotherapy, psychiatry, clinical psychology, professional counseling, ministry, life coaching, ecotherapy, rites of passage, education, mentoring, and wilderness therapy; or students or trainees in a human development graduate school or training program.

Group size will be limited. Priority admission and discount to this workshop is given to conference participants registering concurrently with the conference. Singular registration in this workshop will be made available as a separate sign-up on Feb 15, 2018 as space is available.  Conference participants may register for the workshop when registering for the conference starting now.

CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE DETAILS

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY

REGISTRATION FOR THE WORKSHOP ONLY WILL BE OPEN ON FEB 18, 2018

Fee for both workshop (including lunch) is $165 for registrations received BEFORE March 15
Fee for workshop (including lunch) for late registrations, received ON or AFTER March 15 is $175

15% discount for seniors (65+), students (enrolled full-time) and interns

CEU certificate = $15 BBSE licenses / $30 PhD and RN

Continuing Education Credits

The workshop meets the qualifications for 7 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists  (CEPA #90905) to sponsor continuing education for the licenses listed above.  Holos Institute maintains responsibility for its programs and content.

CE credits for psychologists are provided by the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) which is co-sponsoring this program. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content. SCRC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. For questions about CE for PhD and RNs, visit www.spiritualcompetency.com or contact David Lukoff, PhD at CE@spiritualcompetency.com.

The cost of a CEU certificate is $15 for BBSE licensees and $30 for RNs and clinical psychologists

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • List the four kinds of self-protective subpersonalities
  • List and describe at least 3 “soulcraft” experiences that bring about an initiatory experience
  • Describe a map of human psychological development based on a 4 part archetypal model
  • Perform an interventive process that can help a client progress from one developmental stage to another
  • Construct an imaginative process that can be a powerful tool in addressing “stuck” patterns in a client
Exploring the Wild Landscapes of the Human Psyche: An Experiential Immersion for Human Development Facilitators2018-01-15T08:10:02-08:00
4 04, 2017

Restoring the Dignity of Shame

2017-04-04T00:13:31-07:00

with Renee Soule, MA, PhD candidate

May 20 10:00 am to 4:30 pm

Sacred Stream Center 
Berkeley, CA

Shame gets a bad rap in today’s world. Is condemnation deserved? Or might shame play a vital healing role in living systems? After working over ten years in San Quentin, Renee now experiences shame as a powerful ally that can support evolutionary change.

Ecopsychologists hold a vision of what is possible for humans and work in the variegated terrain between “what is” and “what can be.” Like it or not, shame lives in this murky (and often surprisingly beautiful) liminal territory. Whether shame becomes a friend or enemy to evolution depends upon one’s ability to work skillfully and lucidly with this powerful affect.

Curious? Then please join us for a daylong adventure exploring cognitive, somatic, and soulful paths that restore the dignity of this potent and deeply misunderstood affect. We will gain insights and skills that enable shame to play its crucial role in the healing of ourselves, each other, and our beloved world.

6 CEUS available to BBSE licensed participants: MFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs

Holos Institute, CAMFT Approved Provider #90905

This course meets the qualifications for 6  hours of continuing education credit  for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavior Sciences.
Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs . Holos maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.

At the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

1.     Describe the positive role shame can play within dynamic living systems.

2.     Name four common shame avoidance tactics and their root causes.

3.     Design a cognitive, somatic, and spiritual approach that fosters mature and lucid experiences shame.

4.     Explain how to respond to unhealthy shame responses that arise in the context of environmental crises.

5.     List 3 therapeutic skills that enable shame to play a redemptive role in the repair of personal and ecological relationships.

PRESENTER:

Renée Soule, MA has been developing and teaching ecopsychology for nearly 30 years. A primary focus of her work involves engaging environmental crises as a positive, and strident impetus for human and cultural development. What do these crises invite us to become? Renée has an M.A. in Wilderness Psychology (Sonoma State University), is a trained vision quest guide (School of Lost Borders) and in the final stages of doctoral work (Meridian University). Beginning with extended stints in wilderness and outdoor settings, in recent years her work has branched into cultural and urban dimensions of ecopsychology. As a teacher, counselor, and life-long student, Renée engages environmental crises as an initiation presaging and promoting a new level of maturity commensurate with the challenges we face. Teaching in San Quentin for 10 years promotes her faith in the healing journey of accountability and the bright potential for ecological justice.

FEES:

Regular                                 BEFORE/ON April 30:  $130          AFTER April 30: $145
Senior/Students *               BEFORE/ON April 30:  $100         AFTER April 30: $115

*Be able to show proof of 65+ years or full time student or intern status.

CANCELATION/GRIEVANCES:

Please submit any refund or grievance request via email to “info@holosinstitute.net”.  You will get a response within 3 business days.
Refunds minus a $30 handling fee are available up to May 10.
Refund requests on or after May 10 are not refundable unless your spot may be filled by a waitlist. but your refund is still subject to at $30 handling fee.
NO EXCEPTIONS

Restoring the Dignity of Shame2017-04-04T00:13:31-07:00
4 04, 2017

Restoring the Dignity of Shame

2017-04-04T00:13:31-07:00

with Renee Soule, MA, PhD candidate

May 20 10:00 am to 4:30 pm

Sacred Stream Center 
Berkeley, CA

Shame gets a bad rap in today’s world. Is condemnation deserved? Or might shame play a vital healing role in living systems? After working over ten years in San Quentin, Renee now experiences shame as a powerful ally that can support evolutionary change.

Ecopsychologists hold a vision of what is possible for humans and work in the variegated terrain between “what is” and “what can be.” Like it or not, shame lives in this murky (and often surprisingly beautiful) liminal territory. Whether shame becomes a friend or enemy to evolution depends upon one’s ability to work skillfully and lucidly with this powerful affect.

Curious? Then please join us for a daylong adventure exploring cognitive, somatic, and soulful paths that restore the dignity of this potent and deeply misunderstood affect. We will gain insights and skills that enable shame to play its crucial role in the healing of ourselves, each other, and our beloved world.

6 CEUS available to BBSE licensed participants: MFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs

Holos Institute, CAMFT Approved Provider #90905

This course meets the qualifications for 6  hours of continuing education credit  for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavior Sciences.
Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs . Holos maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.

At the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

1.     Describe the positive role shame can play within dynamic living systems.

2.     Name four common shame avoidance tactics and their root causes.

3.     Design a cognitive, somatic, and spiritual approach that fosters mature and lucid experiences shame.

4.     Explain how to respond to unhealthy shame responses that arise in the context of environmental crises.

5.     List 3 therapeutic skills that enable shame to play a redemptive role in the repair of personal and ecological relationships.

PRESENTER:

Renée Soule, MA has been developing and teaching ecopsychology for nearly 30 years. A primary focus of her work involves engaging environmental crises as a positive, and strident impetus for human and cultural development. What do these crises invite us to become? Renée has an M.A. in Wilderness Psychology (Sonoma State University), is a trained vision quest guide (School of Lost Borders) and in the final stages of doctoral work (Meridian University). Beginning with extended stints in wilderness and outdoor settings, in recent years her work has branched into cultural and urban dimensions of ecopsychology. As a teacher, counselor, and life-long student, Renée engages environmental crises as an initiation presaging and promoting a new level of maturity commensurate with the challenges we face. Teaching in San Quentin for 10 years promotes her faith in the healing journey of accountability and the bright potential for ecological justice.

FEES:

Regular                                 BEFORE/ON April 30:  $130          AFTER April 30: $145
Senior/Students *               BEFORE/ON April 30:  $100         AFTER April 30: $115

*Be able to show proof of 65+ years or full time student or intern status.

CANCELATION/GRIEVANCES:

Please submit any refund or grievance request via email to “info@holosinstitute.net”.  You will get a response within 3 business days.
Refunds minus a $30 handling fee are available up to May 10.
Refund requests on or after May 10 are not refundable unless your spot may be filled by a waitlist. but your refund is still subject to at $30 handling fee.
NO EXCEPTIONS

Restoring the Dignity of Shame2017-04-04T00:13:31-07:00
4 04, 2017

Restoring the Dignity of Shame

2017-04-04T00:13:31-07:00

with Renee Soule, MA, PhD candidate

May 20 10:00 am to 4:30 pm

Sacred Stream Center 
Berkeley, CA

Shame gets a bad rap in today’s world. Is condemnation deserved? Or might shame play a vital healing role in living systems? After working over ten years in San Quentin, Renee now experiences shame as a powerful ally that can support evolutionary change.

Ecopsychologists hold a vision of what is possible for humans and work in the variegated terrain between “what is” and “what can be.” Like it or not, shame lives in this murky (and often surprisingly beautiful) liminal territory. Whether shame becomes a friend or enemy to evolution depends upon one’s ability to work skillfully and lucidly with this powerful affect.

Curious? Then please join us for a daylong adventure exploring cognitive, somatic, and soulful paths that restore the dignity of this potent and deeply misunderstood affect. We will gain insights and skills that enable shame to play its crucial role in the healing of ourselves, each other, and our beloved world.

6 CEUS available to BBSE licensed participants: MFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs

Holos Institute, CAMFT Approved Provider #90905

This course meets the qualifications for 6  hours of continuing education credit  for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavior Sciences.
Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs . Holos maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.

At the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

1.     Describe the positive role shame can play within dynamic living systems.

2.     Name four common shame avoidance tactics and their root causes.

3.     Design a cognitive, somatic, and spiritual approach that fosters mature and lucid experiences shame.

4.     Explain how to respond to unhealthy shame responses that arise in the context of environmental crises.

5.     List 3 therapeutic skills that enable shame to play a redemptive role in the repair of personal and ecological relationships.

PRESENTER:

Renée Soule, MA has been developing and teaching ecopsychology for nearly 30 years. A primary focus of her work involves engaging environmental crises as a positive, and strident impetus for human and cultural development. What do these crises invite us to become? Renée has an M.A. in Wilderness Psychology (Sonoma State University), is a trained vision quest guide (School of Lost Borders) and in the final stages of doctoral work (Meridian University). Beginning with extended stints in wilderness and outdoor settings, in recent years her work has branched into cultural and urban dimensions of ecopsychology. As a teacher, counselor, and life-long student, Renée engages environmental crises as an initiation presaging and promoting a new level of maturity commensurate with the challenges we face. Teaching in San Quentin for 10 years promotes her faith in the healing journey of accountability and the bright potential for ecological justice.

FEES:

Regular                                 BEFORE/ON April 30:  $130          AFTER April 30: $145
Senior/Students *               BEFORE/ON April 30:  $100         AFTER April 30: $115

*Be able to show proof of 65+ years or full time student or intern status.

CANCELATION/GRIEVANCES:

Please submit any refund or grievance request via email to “info@holosinstitute.net”.  You will get a response within 3 business days.
Refunds minus a $30 handling fee are available up to May 10.
Refund requests on or after May 10 are not refundable unless your spot may be filled by a waitlist. but your refund is still subject to at $30 handling fee.
NO EXCEPTIONS

Restoring the Dignity of Shame2017-04-04T00:13:31-07:00
1 02, 2017

Ecopsychology Through Equine Assisted Therapy

2017-02-01T21:23:47-08:00

with Alane Freund, MFT and Monica Zimmerman
Sunday, March 19 10:00 am to 2:30 pm (may run later)

LOCATION:

Heart and Mind Equine Center, Woodacre, CA  (San Geronimo Valley near Spirit Rock)
Detailed information for directions and preparations for the day will be sent out at least one week prior to this workshop.

DETAILS:

This will be an exceptionally unique opportunity to experience first-hand the power of equine assisted therapy as Alane and Monica (both highly trained equestrians) offer an intimate experience with a herd of highly sensitive horses.  In this workshop you will experience your own psychological complexes reflected back to your through an interaction with the horses and with Alane’s wise guidance and interpretation.  This is a very special small group experience designed specifically for psychotherapists and other healing arts practitioners.
More details soon to follow!

PRESENTER:

Alane Freund, LMFT, EAGALA Certified

of Heart and Mind Equine, a life-long horsewoman and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over two decades, added EAGALA-Model equine assisted psychotherapy to her toolbox 14 years ago, joining her passion (horses) with her profession.
http://www.heartandmindequine.com/

 

FEE:

FOR THIS WORKSHOP AS A STAND-ALONE EVENT:
Regular: $253
Early (BEFORE March 1):  $242

REGISTER Concurrently with Ecopsychology Conference, FEE: $230 reg/ $220 early (Save 10%)

CEU CERTIFICATE: $10  (FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY)

CANCELLATION POLICY:

We will refund any registration fee minus a $30 handling charge for any cancellations received one week (i.e., by March 12) in advance via email (events@holosinstitute.net).  Cancellations within a week of the event are non-refundable.
Full refund if this event is cancelled due to weather.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This course meets the qualifications for 7 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CEPA 90905) to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs . Holos maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.
CEU certificates will be available at the end of this workshop but you must pre-register and pay for CEUs.

Ecopsychology Through Equine Assisted Therapy2017-02-01T21:23:47-08:00
1 02, 2017

Ecopsychology Through Equine Assisted Therapy

2017-02-01T21:23:47-08:00

with Alane Freund, MFT and Monica Zimmerman
Sunday, March 19 10:00 am to 2:30 pm (may run later)

LOCATION:

Heart and Mind Equine Center, Woodacre, CA  (San Geronimo Valley near Spirit Rock)
Detailed information for directions and preparations for the day will be sent out at least one week prior to this workshop.

DETAILS:

This will be an exceptionally unique opportunity to experience first-hand the power of equine assisted therapy as Alane and Monica (both highly trained equestrians) offer an intimate experience with a herd of highly sensitive horses.  In this workshop you will experience your own psychological complexes reflected back to your through an interaction with the horses and with Alane’s wise guidance and interpretation.  This is a very special small group experience designed specifically for psychotherapists and other healing arts practitioners.
More details soon to follow!

PRESENTER:

Alane Freund, LMFT, EAGALA Certified

of Heart and Mind Equine, a life-long horsewoman and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over two decades, added EAGALA-Model equine assisted psychotherapy to her toolbox 14 years ago, joining her passion (horses) with her profession.
http://www.heartandmindequine.com/

 

FEE:

FOR THIS WORKSHOP AS A STAND-ALONE EVENT:
Regular: $253
Early (BEFORE March 1):  $242

REGISTER Concurrently with Ecopsychology Conference, FEE: $230 reg/ $220 early (Save 10%)

CEU CERTIFICATE: $10  (FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY)

CANCELLATION POLICY:

We will refund any registration fee minus a $30 handling charge for any cancellations received one week (i.e., by March 12) in advance via email (events@holosinstitute.net).  Cancellations within a week of the event are non-refundable.
Full refund if this event is cancelled due to weather.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This course meets the qualifications for 7 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CEPA 90905) to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs . Holos maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.
CEU certificates will be available at the end of this workshop but you must pre-register and pay for CEUs.

Ecopsychology Through Equine Assisted Therapy2017-02-01T21:23:47-08:00
1 02, 2017

Ecopsychology Through Equine Assisted Therapy

2017-02-01T21:23:47-08:00

with Alane Freund, MFT and Monica Zimmerman
Sunday, March 19 10:00 am to 2:30 pm (may run later)

LOCATION:

Heart and Mind Equine Center, Woodacre, CA  (San Geronimo Valley near Spirit Rock)
Detailed information for directions and preparations for the day will be sent out at least one week prior to this workshop.

DETAILS:

This will be an exceptionally unique opportunity to experience first-hand the power of equine assisted therapy as Alane and Monica (both highly trained equestrians) offer an intimate experience with a herd of highly sensitive horses.  In this workshop you will experience your own psychological complexes reflected back to your through an interaction with the horses and with Alane’s wise guidance and interpretation.  This is a very special small group experience designed specifically for psychotherapists and other healing arts practitioners.
More details soon to follow!

PRESENTER:

Alane Freund, LMFT, EAGALA Certified

of Heart and Mind Equine, a life-long horsewoman and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over two decades, added EAGALA-Model equine assisted psychotherapy to her toolbox 14 years ago, joining her passion (horses) with her profession.
http://www.heartandmindequine.com/

 

FEE:

FOR THIS WORKSHOP AS A STAND-ALONE EVENT:
Regular: $253
Early (BEFORE March 1):  $242

REGISTER Concurrently with Ecopsychology Conference, FEE: $230 reg/ $220 early (Save 10%)

CEU CERTIFICATE: $10  (FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY)

CANCELLATION POLICY:

We will refund any registration fee minus a $30 handling charge for any cancellations received one week (i.e., by March 12) in advance via email (events@holosinstitute.net).  Cancellations within a week of the event are non-refundable.
Full refund if this event is cancelled due to weather.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This course meets the qualifications for 7 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CEPA 90905) to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs . Holos maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.
CEU certificates will be available at the end of this workshop but you must pre-register and pay for CEUs.

Ecopsychology Through Equine Assisted Therapy2017-02-01T21:23:47-08:00
1 02, 2017

Embodying Nature, Becoming Ourselves: A Somatic and Expressive Protocol

2017-02-01T19:15:26-08:00

Post-Conference Workshop
with Jamie McHugh

noon – 6:00 pm on Mt. Tamalpais, Mill Valley, CA (details TBA)

ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:

We are elements of nature: our soma and psyche are reflections of the planet, each intricately embedded in the other. In this era of rapid information processing, high-speed technology, and sedentary workplaces in urban environments, it can be challenging to remember this essential relationship. We can lose our ground and our connection to the planet on the freeway of life, especially when our minds juggle so much input, expectation, and obligation. The body and soul often get left behind in this overwhelm as we shut down and tune out to cope. How do we quiet the monkey mind and receive our environment? And once we are in relationship with place, how do we engage and interact? In this somatic and expressive approach to becoming more fully human as elemental creatures, we combine the technologies of breath, vocalization, contact, movement and stillness to occupy our soma/psyche and open the portals of perception. We discover how tree, rock, sky, and water reflect aspects of our being by embodying and expressing them. Spontaneous dances, intuitive songs, creative writings and inner contemplations effortlessly emerge as we invite in the spirit of place through this sensory motor encounter.

This daylong workshop on Mount Tamalpais combines practice, theory and application to provide you with a set of somatic-expressive tools and a conceptual map for embodying nature as well as a template for guiding others. This approach has been of particular interest to dancers, environmentalists, movement educators, and eco-psychologists.

LOGISTICS:

The entire afternoon workshop will be spent outdoors on the verdant hills of MT. Tamalpais State Park. Please dress in appropriate layers and wear study walking shoes (closed toe with good grip) and hat. Bring a bagged lunch, snacks and full water bottle.  Further details will be sent one week prior.

PRESENTER:

Jamie McHugh, RSMT is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist, somatic coach, dancer, and artist living on the California coast. The creator of Somatic Expression® – Body Wisdom for Modern Minds, Jamie has guided somatic-expressive encounters with the natural world for the past 25 years. “Embodying Nature” has been presented through Tamalpa Institute in Marin, Breitenbush Hot Springs in Oregon, Alanus University in Germany, Orchidea Lodge in Switzerland, and at Sea Ranch, California. Read more about the methodology here: http://www.somaticexpression.com/articles/EmbodyingNature.html

 

FEE
FOR THIS WORKSHOP AS A STAND-ALONE EVENT:
Regular: $110
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY

REGISTER Concurrently with Ecopsychology Conference, FEE:  $99  (Save 10%)

CEU CERTIFICATE: $10  (FOR THIS WORKSHOP ONLY)

CANCELLATION POLICY:

We will refund any registration fee minus a $30 handling charge for any cancellations received one week (i.e., by March 12) in advance via email (events@holosinstitute.net).  Cancellations within a week of the event are non-refundable.
Full refund if this event is cancelled due to weather.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This course meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Holos Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CEPA 90905) to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs . Holos maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.
CEU certificates will be available at the end of this workshop but you must pre-register and pay for CEUs.

Learning objectives:

At the end of this workshop, participants will

1) Be able to list at least 3 somatic tools for enlivening the body and quieting the mind

2) Be able to describe their environment pre-verbally to access somatic-emotional information

3) Be able to describe a list of somatic-emotional information into symbolic actions, images and wordplay

4) Be able to explain clinical applications of this methodology

Embodying Nature, Becoming Ourselves: A Somatic and Expressive Protocol2017-02-01T19:15:26-08:00
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