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Terence Gorski Terence Gorski • Friday All Day

Addiction and relapse are demanding and bewildering issues, often leaving therapists unsure of what to do. This workshop will present a comprehensive overview of treatment, recovery, and relapse. You’ll learn that relapse is a process with 11 identifiable steps in the downward spiral and participate in a skills training that will explain the dynamics



Friday Morning Keynote with Andrew Weil

A Vision of Integrative Mental Health

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Friday Luncheon Address with Scott Miller

Charting Your Path to Clinical Excellence

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35th Anniversary Dinner Event with Rich Simon

The Way We Were---the Way We Are, 1978--2012

 

Saturday Morning Keynote with Mary Pipher

Facing the Challenge of 21st-Century Activism

 

Saturday Dinner Event with Daniel Siegel, Mary Pipher, and William Doherty

Therapists in the Movies

 

Sunday Morning Keynote with Daniel Siegel

Does Understanding the Brain Make Us Wiser?

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Thursday Evening Welcome Event

Daniel LevenJody Wager Dancing with Your Brain
Daniel Leven and Jody Wager

In this lively event, body therapist Daniel Leven and dance therapist Jody Wager use movement to engage your creativity and open new learning channels to prime you for a fuller, more exhilarating Symposium experience. No video available.

 

Saturday Luncheon Address

Pat Ogden Body Wisdom, Lost and Found
Pat Ogden

Pat Ogden, a clinical innovator at the forefront of incorporating bodywork in psychotherapy for more than 30 years, will explore how therapists can become both less word-bound and more present to their clients. No video available. Click here to read or comment on the blog.

 

Mary Jo BarrettLinda Stone Fish Mary Jo Barrett & Linda Stone Fish
Friday All Day •
No two traumas are identical, nor does everyone respond identically in treatment---which accounts for the abundance of interventions and approaches that exist. But given the many strategies to choose from, how do you assess which therapeutic style
James Gordon James Gordon • Friday All Day

Although many therapists are hesitant to step out of the comfort zone of conventional talk therapy to incorporate somatic and mindfulness-based techniques into a more comprehensive and collaborative model of therapy, that may be where the future of therapy lies. In this workshop, we’ll explore a comprehensive mind-body approach to treatment, in which the therapist

Richard Schwartz Richard Schwartz • Friday All Day

In recent years, while mindfulness has become omnipresent in psychotherapy, too often clinicians have adopted a passive-observer form of witness consciousness, believing it’s enough just to help clients observe thoughts and emotions from a place of separation and extend acceptance toward them. This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview

Pat OgdenBonnie Goldstein Pat Ogden & Bonnie Goldstein
Friday All Day •
Psychotherapy is often called the talking cure, but for children and adolescents, words are often insufficient by themselves. A sensorimotor approach, using techniques that employ play, movement, and sensory feelings, as well as words, can be more effective
Diane Poole Heller Diane Poole Heller • Thursday All Day

Attachment disturbances begin imprinting in the body and nervous system before infants have the benefit of words or concepts. It’s this preverbal, subpsychological aspect that highlights the importance of emphasizing bottom-up interventions to help shift deeply held patterns in the body that talk therapy can’t cure. Somatic Attachment processing

Lynn GrodzkiLynn Grodzki • Thursday All Day

Just starting out? Welcome to the New Professionals Community---our instant confidence-booster, dedicated to helping you feel comfortable within the therapy community. We’ll have interactive discussions, led by a senior therapist and national business coach, that’ll expand your understanding of clinical issues and provide an overview

Etienne WengerBeverly Trayner Etienne Wenger and Beverly Trayner
Thursday All Day •
It’s a paradox that while, as practitioners, we encourage our clients to build connections with others, too often we feel isolated ourselves from our own professional community. Yet being part of a community of fellow practitioners provides a sense of support
Judith Matz Judith Matz • Thursday All Day

Do you have a diet mentality of “good” and “bad” foods that creates anxiety and takes up lots of mental energy? This workshop will teach you how to use the concept of Attuned Eating to arrive at a place where physical and emotional well-being is more than the number on the scale. We’ll begin by understanding what it means to be an Attuned Eater who

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