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SOA13 501 Keynote with William Doherty, Susan Johnson, and Gary Small

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2 Responses to SOA13 501 Keynote with William Doherty, Susan Johnson, and Gary Small

  1. joystar says:

    It is a very exciting time in our profession with opportunities to integrate emotional, cognitive, somatic, and transpersonal paradigms in developing brief consultation programs, supported by self help materials, webinars, online consultation and group therapy. Thanks to all who contributed to a terrific week!

  2. joystar says:

    Great week. Thanks to all. This is an exciting time in the development and integration of ever more effective strategies for healing and empowering those who seek our assistance. I find that combining cathartic work with insight, mindfulness training and the proper combination of self regulation, focusing, and the learning of ongoing emotional self-care skills is a potent package.

    I enjoy the virtual conference approach but find it difficult to access conversations, connect with colleagues and post questions. Better instruction would assist as would receiving the schedule of events earlier so as to keep particular time slots open.

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