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SoA 13 Day 3

Jon Kabat-Zinn

Jon Kabat-ZinnWe live in an era beset by collective attention deficit disorder and haunted by uncertainty about how safe we are. In this immensely popular keynote from our 2005 Networker Symposium, Jon Kabat-Zinn argues that we can come to our senses through mindful awareness practice. His groundbreaking work in mind-body medicine has demonstrated the vital role meditation and awareness can play in healing.

Mary Jo Barrett and Dick Schwartz

Mary Jo BarrettDick SchwartzSince PTSD was added to the DSM in 1980, trauma treatment has gone through an evolution unparalleled by any other area of psychotherapy. Trauma experts Mary Jo Barrett and Dick Schwartz have both been present for this evolution, and in the past 30 years they’ve seen the rise of somatic, neuroscientific, mind-body, and attachment-based approaches to treating trauma survivors.

Esther Perel

Esther PerelWorking through affairs in therapy means digging into the layers of hurt, betrayal, secrecy, and unexplored desire that both lead to and result from infidelity. In her Webcast Session, Esther Perel discusses how to navigate this maze of emotions and secrets in couples therapy. Her approach challenges conventional therapeutic wisdom about rebuilding trust and intimacy after an affair.

Sherry Turkle

Sherry TurkleIn today’s world, technology is increasingly taking the place of face-to-face connections, redrawing the boundaries between intimacy and solitude. In her Symposium Keynote, Sherry Turkle explores whether virtual intimacy is degrading our experience of real-world encounters and how therapists can help.

Tara Brach

Tara BrachPerhaps never before has it been so important to teach clients tools for training their attention, offering them a sense of refuge and calm in the face of life’s challenges. In this experiential Symposium 2013 Workshop, Tara Brach artfully weaves together guided meditation exercises, inspiring anecdotes, and information.

Eugene Gendlin

Eugene GendlinAt times, therapists can make the mistake of putting more focus on clients’ emotions than on their whole lived experience. In this Webcast Session, Eugene Gendlin makes the case for getting our clients to deliberately focus on the body and sense the fulllived experience. Explore how to bring this ongoing freshness and novelty to your practice.

Jerome Kagan and Dan Siegel

Jerome KaganDan Siegel Attachment Theory has proven itself to be more than a passing trend. It’s formed the basis for such an array of treatment models and approaches that many of today’s therapists have attached themselves to Attachment Theory. But at what cost?

James Gordon

James GordonA new vision of integrative mental health that goes beyond the “talking cure” is emerging in our profession. This Webcast Session on depression reflects our growing awareness of the inseparability of mind and body. Acquire a wide range of mind-body techniques designed to help people with mood problems get unstuck.