Continuing Education Live Workshop's

Events

 DateEvent
details02/13/2016 Offering ‘Compassionate Presence’ (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 1)
details02/17/2016 testing
details02/28/2016 Finding Ease: A Zen and Mindfulness Approach to Anxiety
details03/04/2016 Cell Health: Engaging the Healing Wisdom of Your Cells
details03/13/2016 Being Bodhisattvas—A Creative Practice Workshop
details03/19/2016 The Way of Appropriate Response (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 1)
details04/16/2016 Turning Towards Suffering (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 1)
details04/24/2016 Meeting Trauma and Finding Balance: A Somatic Approach to Spiritual Practice
details04/30/2016 Coming Down to Earth: A Day of Zen Practice for Women
details05/21/2016 Compassion with Aging and Illness (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 2)
details06/10/2016 Working with ADHD in Couples Therapy
details06/18/2016 Wise Preparation and Zen Rituals for Death and Dying (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 2)
details07/16/2016 The Way of Transitions, the Healing of Grief (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 2)
details09/24/2016 Compassionate Responses in Difficult Times (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 3)
details10/22/2016 The Science of Compassion: How and Why We Care (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 3)
details11/01/2016 Transforming Depression and Anxiety: A Path of Skillful Compassion
details11/12/2016 Self-Care and Self-Compassion in Caregiving (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 3)

Event Details

John Arden Redux/Brain-Based Therapy Applied

Co-Sponsor: Marin Chapter California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Contact Name: Marty Frankel, MFT

Website: marty.frankel@sonoma.edu

Phone: 415 706-1855

Date: 3/16/2013

End Date: 3/16/2013

Time: 9 AM to 4:30 PM

CE Hours: 6.000

This year’s seminar will focus on the practical applications of Brain-Based Therapy.   For example, the role of diet and educating clients will be emphasized, how healthy brains can be enhanced on the one hand or destabilized on the other hand by what clients eat.   The role of alcohol and other drugs will be discussed and how they can mimic symptoms of many psychological disorders.  How gender influences development and a range of symptoms are characteristic of each gender, the foundational role of memory will be explored and how to work with these memory systems in therapy.  Also, special attention will be placed upon how to improve memory. This seminar will also examine the use of brain-based therapy to enhance outcome with people who have been traumatized. The role that brain function plays in mood, memory and behavior will be identified, including discussions on the difference between male and female brains, the middle aged brain and how alcohol affects the brain. Special attention will be given to addressing the neurodynamics of PTSD and the crucial role of memory. Using a synthesized model of neuroscience, attachment theory and evidence-based treatment, you will learn how to more effectively treat clients with PTSD."

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