Scott Miller has been a driving force behind integrating the burgeoning science of expertise with the realities of clinical practice today. His work has inspired therapists around the world to keep reaching for the highest levels of professional effectiveness, reminding us to constantly assess what works
For nearly four decades, Pat Ogden has been at the forefront of expanding psychotherapy beyond words, to connect us to the vast store of human experience and emotion we express through our physical beings. In the early 1970s, she began exploring how to combine techniques, interventions, and resources from psychodynamic
From its birth in the disco Era of John Travolta through to the anything- goes Age of Lady Gaga, the annual ritual of the Networker Symposium has become a way of tracking the passage of time, both within our profession and in the wider world. No other gathering in our field has so thoroughly explored the connection between changes in the culture.
Join Dan Siegel, Mary Pipher, and William Doherty to explore the issues raised by Hollywood’s depiction of psychotherapy. This evening event will feature video clips highlighting the highs and lows of how therapy is perceived in our culture.
Body therapist Daniel Leven and dance therapist Jody Wager will use movement and dance to help you engage with your creativity and open up new learning channels.
Andrew Weil is the world’s leading proponent of integrative medicine, an emerging vision of healthcare that unites the fields of alternative and conventional medicine. He’s brought his healing-oriented, mind-body-spirit approach to broad public consciousness through such bestselling books as Spontaneous Healing,
Ever since she first achieved prominence with her bestseller Reviving Ophelia, Mary Pipher has devoted herself to illuminating the connections between the broad social and cultural issues that engulf us, our clients, and our communities. Through such widely read and broadly influential books
You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who’s had more influence on integrating brain science with psychotherapy than clinician, researcher, and author Daniel Siegel. With his generative books, including The Developing Mind, Mindsight, The Mindful Brain, and The Mindful Therapist, he’s brought a new breadth of understanding and insight to the reciprocal connections