Continuing Education Live Workshop's

Events

 DateEvent
details02/25/2017 Integrated Energy Medicine Immersion Workshop
details03/04/2017 Embracing Change: Zen and the Art of Creating a Life You
details03/04/2017 Coming to Peace: The Inner Self
details03/10/2017 Stop in the Name of Love: Projective Identification with Trauma Survivors
details03/12/2017 Finding Ease: A Zen and Mindfulness Approach to Anxiety
details03/12/2017 Finding Ease: A Zen and Mindfulness Approach to Anxiety
details03/18/2017 Ecopsychology Conference 2017
details03/23/2017 Embracing the Sacred Feminine
details03/25/2017 The Therapist's Will: If Not Now, When?
details04/01/2017 Psychodrama for Personal Growth and Professional Development in San Jose A One-Day Workshop and Training
details04/07/2017 Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Action: Teaching DBT Skills with Psychodrama, Sociodrama and Role Play
details04/08/2017 Compassion Immersion Weekend Workshop
details04/15/2017 Turning Toward Suffering (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 2)
details04/21/2017 Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy for Depression Increases Amygdala Reactivity After Therapy, While Reducing Symptoms
details04/21/2017 From Enhancing Mindfulness Abilities to Promoting Neurogenesis: New Findings on the Therapeutic Potential of Ayahuasca
details04/21/2017 Psychedelic Therapists: Perspectives on the Therapeutic Process in Psilocybin Assisted Therapy
details04/21/2017 Psilocybin Enhances Mindfulness-Related Capabilities in a Meditation Retreat Setting: A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled fMRI Study
details04/21/2017 Enhanced Improvisation in Brain Processing by LSD: Exploring Neural Correlates of LSD Experience with Connectome-Specific Harmonic Waves
details04/21/2017 Psychedelic Use Predicts Reduced Suicidality: Findings From a Longitudinal Study of Women Sex Workers in Vancouver, Canada
details04/21/2017 Psychotherapeutic Intervention in Integration of Difficult Psychedelic Experiences
details04/21/2017 Cancer at the Dinner Table: Experiences of Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy for the Treatment of Cancer-Related Psychological Distress
details04/21/2017 Psychedelic Therapy and Third-Wave Behaviorism: New Directions for the Prevention of Interpersonal Violence
details04/21/2017 From Jungle To "Civilization": How Plant Medicines Can Promote Health in a Toxic Culture
details04/21/2017 Ayahuasca Practices as Intangible Cultural Heritage: A New Piece in the Drug Policy Puzzle?
details04/21/2017 An Examination of Psychological Healing with Ayahuasca
details04/21/2017 Cannabidiol in the Treatment of Anxiety: A Large Case Series
details04/21/2017 Nourishing the Spirit: Exploratory Research on Ayahuasca Experiences Along the Continuum of Recovery from Eating Disorders
details04/21/2017 Rapid Antidepressant Effects of the Psychedelic Ayahuasca in Treatment-Resistant Depression: A Randomised Placebo-Controlled Trial
details04/21/2017 Evaluating the Efficacy of Ayahuasca-Assisted Treatment for Substance Dependency
details04/21/2017 Ayahuasca, Psychiatric Distress, and the Meaning of Life: Results from a Pilot Study in Peru
details04/21/2017 Long-Term Effects of Ayahuasca on the Quality of Life, Well-Being and Health of Western Users: A Longitudinal Study
details04/21/2017 Treating Alcohol-Related Disorders with Ayahuasca
details04/21/2017 Examining the Effects of Pre- and Post-Ceremony Factors on Self-reported Therapeutic Experiences to Identify Preliminary Guidelines for Mental Health Clinicians Regarding the Ritualized Use of Ayahuas
details04/21/2017 Clinical Potential of the Plant Salvia Divinorum
details04/21/2017 Psychedelic Research at the Beckley/Imperial Research Programme
details04/21/2017 Past and Future of Psychedelic Therapy
details04/21/2017 Bringing MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy to Brazil
details04/21/2017 The Psychological and Neurophysiological Effects of Music in Combination with Psychedelics
details04/21/2017 Psychedelics, Morality, and Virtue
details04/21/2017 Safety, Tolerability, Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics of Low Dose LSD: A Phase 1 Study
details04/22/2017 LSD Gives Up a Secret
details04/22/2017 Peyote as Medicine: An Examination of Therapeutic Factors that Contribute to Healing
details04/22/2017 History of MDMA
details04/22/2017 Plant Medicine or Psychedelic Medicine? Understanding the Healing Processes with Ayahuasca and Ibogaine
details04/22/2017 Ibogaine in Brazil: Finally Stepping out from the Underground?
details04/22/2017 Peyote: Plant Medicine for the Body, Mind, and Soul
details04/22/2017 The Impact of Ayahuasca-Assisted Therapy for Addiction and Stress Among a Rural First Nations Community in Canada: a Qualitative Analysis
details04/22/2017 "Ibogaine Works": Examining the Effectiveness of Psychedelic Drug Treatment from an Anthropological Perspective
details04/22/2017 The Therapeutic Potential of Kratom
details04/22/2017 Ibogaine and Opioid Withdrawal: Does it Work and Is it Safe?
details04/22/2017 Peyote Dreams: From Collective Ritual to Personal Treatment?
details04/22/2017 Ibogaine and Neurotrophic Factors: GDNF, BDNF and NGF Releasing Properties of Ibogaine and Activity of Novel Ibogaine Analogues
details04/22/2017 Conflict and Transformation in Mazatec and Outsiders' Views of the Therapeutic Value of Mushroom Use in Huautla
details04/22/2017 Ibogaine Panel
details04/22/2017 Aftercare Needs Related to Pilot Participant Data from the Ongoing Double Blind Placebo-Controlled Psilocybin for Alcohol Dependence Clinical Trial at NYU
details04/22/2017 Peyote’s Race Problem
details04/22/2017 The Use of Cannabis as a Substitute for Opiate and Non-Opiate Based Pain Medication
details04/22/2017 The Effects of Psilocybin on Perception and the Dynamics of Induced EEG/fMRI Correlates of Psychedelic Experience
details04/22/2017 New Findings from the University of Zurich Studies into the Mechanism of Action of Psilocybin and LSD: Relevance for Treatment of Major Depression and for Enhancement of Psychotherapy
details04/23/2017 Indoleamine Hallucinogens in the Treatment of Cluster Headache
details04/23/2017 Beyond Ayahuasca: Occurrence and Biological Activities of Some Naturally Occurring ß-carbolines
details04/23/2017 Love and Connection in Psilocybin-Facilitated Mystical Experience Research
details04/23/2017 Psilocybin for Cancer-Related Anxiety and Depression: NYU Phase 2 Randomized Controlled Trial and Proposed Mechanisms
details04/23/2017 The Varieties of Religious Leaders' Experiences: The NYU Clinical Trial on the Effects of Psilocybin-Generated Mystical Experience in Religious Leaders
details04/23/2017 Examining "Bad Trips": Acute and Enduring Positive and Negative Consequences of Challenging Experiences with Psilocybin
details04/23/2017 Remembering Salvador Roquet
details04/23/2017 Ayahuasca and the “Diet”: Some Cross-Cultural Considerations
details04/23/2017 Drug Ethnography and Clinical Trials: Designing a Psilocybin Therapy Protocol
details04/23/2017 Integrating Plant Medicines and Psychiatry: Theory and Methods of a Model Clinic
details04/23/2017 What Do the Spirits Do? Towards an Understanding of the Psychological Mechanisms of Transformation
details04/23/2017 Whole Organisms or Pure Compounds? Entourage Effect versus Drug Specificity
details04/23/2017 Biological Effects of Ayahuasca in Human Neural Stem Cells and Minibrains
details04/23/2017 Johns Hopkins Psilocybin Research Project: Studies of Mystical Experience, Adverse Effects, Meditation in Healthy Volunteers, and Palliative Effects in Cancer Patients
details04/23/2017 Psychedelics as Behavior Change Agents: Addiction Recovery and Beyond
details04/23/2017 Neural Correlates of Responses to Psilocybin During Meditation and Music Listening
details04/23/2017 Love and Connection in Psilocybin-Facilitated Mystical Experience Research
details04/23/2017 Exploring Psychoanalytic Themes and Therapeutic Alliance in MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy
details04/24/2017 Depth Hypnosis Foundation Course
details05/18/2017 The Path of Service (Teleclass)
details05/20/2017 Compassion with Aging and Illness (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 2)
details05/28/2017 Transforming Depression and Anxiety: A Path of Skillful Compassion
details06/03/2017 Advanced Psychodynamic Process Group
details06/03/2017 PSYCHODRAMATIC FAMILY THERAPY
details06/03/2017 Healing the Wounds of History: Unearthing and Transforming Generational Trauma through Drama Therapy
details06/03/2017 Beginning Psychodynamic Process Group
details06/03/2017 WOMEN’S PSYCHODYNAMIC/INTERPERSONAL PROCESS GROUP
details06/03/2017 NCGPS Annual Institute and Conference. June 3-5,2017
details06/03/2017 Psychodramatic Family Therapy
details06/03/2017 Whose Lives Matter in the Multicolored US?How do clinicians respond to the needs of this diverse population?
details06/04/2017 Meeting Trauma and Finding Balance: A Somatic Approach to Spiritual Practice
details06/10/2017 The Sacred Feminine
details06/17/2017 Wise Preparation and Zen Rituals for Death and Dying (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 2)
details06/17/2017 Embracing Change: Zen and the Art of Creating a Life You Want
details06/17/2017 Coming Down to Earth: A Day of Zen Practice for Women
details06/24/2017 The Shamanic Journey
details06/29/2017 Grief and Loss (Teleclass)
details07/15/2017 The Way of Transitions, the Healing of Grief (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 2)
details07/23/2017 Finding Ease: A Zen and Mindfulness Approach to Anxiety
details08/07/2017 Depth Hypnosis Foundation Course
details08/19/2017 Meeting Trauma and Finding Balance: A Somatic Approach to Spiritual Practice
details09/10/2017 Finding Ease: A Zen and Mindfulness Approach to Anxiety
details09/16/2017 The Shamanic Journey
details09/19/2017 Applied Buddhist Psychology: Entering the Stream (Teleclass)
details09/23/2017 Relationship and Karma
details09/23/2017 Compassionate Responses in Difficult Times (Contemplative Caregiver Course, term 3)
details10/07/2017 Power Retrieval and the Middle World
details10/17/2017 Coming Down to Earth: A Day of Zen Practice for Women
details10/26/2017 Shamans and Siddhas: Meeting at the Crossroads of Shamanism and Tantrism
details11/11/2017 Soul Retrieval and the Guiding of Souls
details11/19/2017 Transforming Depression and Anxiety: A Path of Skillful Compassion
details12/02/2017 Applied Buddhist Psychology Retreat: Gateway to the Tantra
details12/03/2017 Working with Dreams

Event Details

Hakomi Professional Skills Training

Co-Sponsor: Spiritual Competency Resource Center

Contact Name: Rob Fisher, MFT

Website: wildtemple@aol.com

Phone: 415 389-6340

Date: 9/20/2014

End Date: 3/16/2015

Time: 12:30 - 5:30 Pm on Fridays, 9 - 5 PM on Saturdays, and 9 - 3 PM on Sundays

CE Hours: 115.000

Professional Training in Hakomi Mindfulness-Based Experiential Psychotherapy San Francisco Area About the Professional Skills Training The Professional Training is an accelerated training designed for mental health professionals in two modules. The first module covers the theory and techniques of the Hakomi Method and the second module (the Advanced Professional Training) will teach advanced approaches to mindful exploration of the psyche, transference systems, attachment and trauma. Identical curricula are offered concurrently in two locations: San Anselmo and Santa Cruz. Students must register for a single location. Goals & Objectives This training presents the skills and principles of Hakomi Experiential Psychology, and the unique intervention and treatment strategies which follow from them. Participants will be trained in the precise moment-to-moment elegance of working with mindfulness in psychodynamic psychotherapy. In addition, because Hakomi is dedicated to the aliveness of both client and therapist, great emphasis is placed both on the attachment based nature of the therapeutic relationship, and on the ground of being from which the therapist works. “Come sit with me and let us remember the beauty of your soul” In this training you will learn • To provide brief, in-depth psychotherapy using the present moment and live experience • How to design and utilize interventions to access and transform core models of the self, others and the world • To apply the art of tracking non-verbal communication from the unconscious • To apply Mindfulness and experiential methodologies to address safety, self regulation and relationship skills • To use the body to access unconscious material • Approaches to working with content, movement, gesture, voice and pace • Non-invasive techniques to work directly with resistance and psycho-emotional defenses without opposing them • Techniques to deepen towards core psychological material • To work with transference/countertransference systems in respectful and experiential ways that enhance curiosity and aliveness in the relationship • To utilize the attachment relationship within the therapeutic container • Contemporary neuroscience models for Mindfulness based interventions • To distinguish developmental vs. traumatic injuries • Mindful tools to renegotiate trauma states. And proven techniques for somatic resourcing • To help the client embody and process regressed states towards resolution of long term issues and behaviors • To design interventions to access and transform core models of the self, others and the world • Sophisticated maps for understanding client psychological organization Included in the above are five competencies: Competency #1: The Therapeutic Relationship How to access right brain to right brain limbic connection with the client, paving the way for unfolding into unconscious material. How to use moment to moment interventions to address and heal attachment wounds. Competency #2: Observing the Unconscious How to notice the workings of the unconscious in present experience and in non verbal signals. How to use the present moment and the body as rich sources of psychological information and build limbic connection. Competency #3: Deepening Therapy How to achieve the depth and exploration that makes therapy come alive. Practical methods for deeply exploring the psyche. Powerful interventions for safely working with thought, sensation, impulse, emotion and memory exploring their origins. Competency #4 Using Mindfulness Psychodynamically How to use mindfulness directly in the psychodynamic psychotherapy process. Differentiating between traumatic and developmental issues. Competency #5 Working with Defenses, and Transformation of Core Material How to elegantly work with resistance and defenses by supporting them. Transforming core models of the world. Structure The Hakomi Professional Training is taught over the course of seven month and provides a thorough grounding in the theories and techniques of Hakomi. Application Trainings, which integrate the Hakomi Method with various topics, are available to graduates. Style of Teaching The training is geared to clinical professionals and includes short didactic presentations, live and video demonstrations, skill-based experiential exercises, and supervised practice. Trainers and teaching assistants provide direct and immediate guidance and feedback during supervised practice with an emphasis on specific clinical applications and skills development. For Whom This training is for licensed professionals who have limited time and a desire to integrate portions of the Hakomi Method into their practices. Prerequisites This is an accelerated course opened to licensed clinicians or those pursuing a clinical degree. Previous clinical training or permission from a member of the training staff is required. Students must submit an application with a $75 nonrefundable fee no later than August 1, 2014 for early registration discount or September 6 for regular registration costs. See below for full information on costs.

Schedule: Timed Outline by weekend: Weekend #1 Friday 12:30 – 5:30 Introduction 12:45 –1:30 PM Faculty Syllabus for weekend and entire training Logistics General syllabus Expectations of students Exercise: Group exercise to connect with other participants and establish the learning environment: 1:30 – 2:30 PM Break: 2:30 – 2:45 PM Talk and Exercises: Underlying Principles and Assumptions 2:45 – 4:45 Talk: Organization of Experience and Core Beliefs 4:45 – 5:30 Saturday 9 - 5 Opening orientation: 9 – 9:15 am Exercise: Unconditional positive regard and loving presence - continued 9:15 – 10:30 Break 10:30 – 10:45 Talk: Observing Non-Verbal Indicators from the Unconscious: Rationale, Types of Indicators, How to notice them: 10:45 – 11:45 Demonstration and Debrief: 11:45 – 12:45 Lunch 12:45 – 2:15 Practice in Observing in smalls groups 2:15 – 3:30 Break 3:30 – 3:45 Exercise: Creating the therapeutic alliance. Listening from the Heart 3:45 – 4:45 Closing 4:45 – 5:00 Sunday 9 - 3 Opening Orientation 9 – 9:15 AM Check In 9:15 – 9:30 AM Talk: Creating the Therapeutic Alliance and the Role of the Psychotherapist: 9:30 – 10:15 Demonstration: 10:15 – 11 AM Break 11:00 – 11:15 Exercise: Joining through present experience: 11: 15 – 12:30 PM Lunch 12:30 - 1:30 PM Exercise: Joining through present experience (continued) and group debrief: 1:30 – 2:30 Closing, evaluations, question and answer: 2:30 – 3 PM Timed Outline by weekend: Weekend #2 Friday 12:30 – 5:30 Introduction 12:30 –1:15 PM Opening Meditation Syllabus for weekend Logistics Review of Weekend One; Q&A. 1:15-1:30 Talk: The flow of the method and the organization of experience: 1:30-2:15 Break: 2:15 – 2:30 Talk : Introduction to Accessing and the 4 step process 2:30-3:00 Talk and Exercises: The use and application of Mindfulness 3:00-5:30 Saturday 9:00 - 5:00 Opening orientation: 9:00 - 9:20 am Talk, demo, practice: Immersion and Accessing Questions and Directives 9:20 - 12:00 Lunch: 12:00-1:30 Talk, demonstration & small group practice: Putting the 4 steps together. 1:30-5:00 Sunday 9:00 - 3:00 Opening Orientation 9:00 - 9:20 AM Talk: Distinguishing between trauma and developmental injuries. The need for resourcing. 9:20-10:00 Demonstration: accessing into resources. 10:00-10:30 Break. 10:30-10:45 Practice: accessing into resources. 10:45-12:00 Lunch: 12:00-1:00 Small group practice of material from the weekend: 1:00-2:30 Closing, evaluations, question and answer: 2:30 – 3:00 Timed Outline by weekend: Weekend #3 Friday 12:30 – 5:30 Introduction 12:45 –1 PM Introduction of Guest Faculty Syllabus for weekend and entire training Exercise: Group exercise for participants to reconnect and reestablish the learning environment; to discuss intersession client experiences; and to ask for clarifications of previously presented curricular material 1 – 1:30 PM Talk: Review of Accessing Process; Categories of Experience and 1:30 – 2 PM Demonstrations & Discussion: Categories of Experience as an Accessing tool 2- 3 PM Break: 3 – 3:15 PM Practice in small groups: applying the Categories of Experience in a session 3:15 – 5:15 PM Group Discussion, Q & A and closing 5:15– 5:30 PM Saturday 9 - 5 Opening orientation: 9 – 9:15 am Talk: Internal State of the Therapist and the Experimental Attitude 9:15 – 9:45 AM Exercise: Awakening your curiosity and creativity 9:45- 11 AM Break: 11 – 11:15 AM Exercises: Devising Experimental Interventions in Mindfulness: content, posture, movement, gesture and voice 11:15 – 12:30 Lunch 12:30 – 2 PM Talk: Applying Specific Somatic Accessing Experiments in Mindfulness 2 – 2:15 Demonstrations and Debrief of Somatic Experimentation: 2:15 – 3 PM Break 3 – 3:15 PM Practice in smalls groups: applying somatic experimentation 3:15 – 4:45 Debrief & Closing 4:45 – 5:00 Sunday 9 - 3 Opening Orientation 9 – 9:15 AM Check In 9:15 – 9:30 AM Talk: Verbal Association techniques: 9:30 – 10 AM Demonstration: 10 – 10:15 AM Exercise: delivery of verbal association techniques 10:15 – 11 AM Break 11:00 – 11:15 Exercises: Body Reading to extract somatic cues for verbal association opportunities 11: 15 – 12:30 PM Lunch 12:30 - 1:30 PM Practice: integrating accessing components so far: 1:30 – 2:30 Group debrief, Q & A, closing, and evaluations: 2:30 – 3 PM Timed Outline by weekend: Weekend #4 Friday 12:30 – 5:30 Introduction 12:30 –1:00 PM Syllabus for weekend Logistics Reconnection/review from previous weekend Exercise: Group exercise to connect with other participants and prepare the learning environment: 1:00 – 1:15 PM Talk and Exercises: Understanding Defenses/Working with resistance 1:15- 2:15 PM Break: 2:15 – 2:30 PM Talk and exercises: Indications and Contra-Indications for the Use of Touch in Psychotherapy 2:30 – 5:30 PM Saturday 9 - 5 Opening orientation: 9 – 9:15 AM Talk and exercises The Use of the Body in Psychotherapy and Physical Taking Over Part 1 9:15- 10:30 AM Break 10:30 – 10:45 Talk and Exercises: The Use of the Body in Psychotherapy and Physical Taking Over Part 2 10:45 AM – 12:45 PM Lunch 12:45 – 2:15 Practice in Observing in smalls groups 2:15 – 3:30 Break 3:30 – 3:45 Exercise: Body Reading 3:45 – 4:45 Closing 4:45 – 5:00 Sunday 9 - 3 Opening Orientation 9 – 9:15 AM Check In 9:15 – 9:30 AM Talk: Dis-identification and Verbal Taking Over : 9:30 – 10:15 Demonstration: 10:15 – 11 AM Break 11:00 – 11:15 Exercise: Verbal Taking Over from Probes 11: 15 – 12:30 PM Lunch 12:30 - 1:30 PM Exercise: Verbal Taking Over from Probes cont. 1:30 – 2:30 Closing, evaluations, question and answer: 2:30 – 3 PM Hakomi Professional Skills Training #5 Friday 12:30 – 5:30 Talk: The Nature of The Child State of Consciousness 2:00–2:45 Regressed States as Core Operational Schema & Neural Templates Therapeutic Adaptations Required of the Practitioner (“Magical Stranger”) Exercise: Inducing the Child State & Magical Stranger Practice 2:45-3:30 Break 3:30-3:45 Talk: Referencing Developmental Stages & Learning Tasks in Regressed States 3:45-4:00 Exercise: Immersion in Developmental Learning Tasks 4:00-4:45 Group discussion, Q & A of Exercise, Closing 4:45-5 Saturday 9 – 5 Welcome, Self-Inquiry, and Syllabus 9 – 9:15 Exercise: Childhood Roots of the Therapist’s Clincical Orientation 9:15-10:30 Break 10:30-10:45 Talk: Procedures and Interventions for Working With Regressed States 9:15 – 10:45-11:15 Demonstration: Accessing and Working With Regressed States 11:00-12:15 Discussion, Q&A of Demonstration Session 12:15-12:30 Lunch 12:30-2:00 Exercise: Practice working With Regressed States 2:00-3:30 Break 3:30-3:45 3:45 - 5—Lecture and Demo: Window of Tolerance/ Trauma theory/ Trauma vs. Developmental Issues Sunday 9:00am—Welcome and Meditation and Check-In 9:20—Review Trauma theory and set up exercise 9:35—Demo: 3 Levels of Active Somatic Resourcing 10:00—Exercise: 3 Levels of Active Somatic Resourcing (groups of 3 with assistant) 11:00—Check-In 11:15—Break 11:30—Lecture and Demo: Completing Incomplete Movements 12:15pm—Lunch 1:15—Practice: Completing Incomplete Movements 2:30—Debrief: evaluations, question and answer 2:50—Closing; Mindfulness at end of day Timed Outline by weekend: Weekend #6 . Friday 12:30 – 5:30 Introduction 12:30 –1:00 PM Syllabus for weekend Logistics Reconnection/review from previous weekend Exercise: Group exercise to connect with other participants and prepare the learning environment: 1:00 – 1:15 PM Talk and Exercises: Taking Charge 1:15- 2:15 PM Break: 2:15 – 2:30 PM Talk and exercises: Managing Consciousness at the Core 2:30 – 5:30 PM Saturday 9 - 5 Opening orientation: 9 – 9:15 AM Talk: The Search for Meaning 9:15- 9:45 AM Demonstration and Debrief: Going for Meaning 9:45 – 10:30 AM Break 10:30 – 10:45 AM Exercises: Going for Meaning 10:45 AM – 12:45 PM Lunch 12:45 – 2:15 PM Talk and Exercises: Meaning Experience Interface 2:15 – 3:30 PM Break 3:30 – 3:45 Exercise: Tracking the Meaning Experience Interface pt. 1 3:45 – 4:45 PM Closing 4:45 – 5:00 PM Sunday 9 - 3 Opening Orientation 9 – 9:15 AM Check In 9:15 – 9:30 AM Exercise: Exercise: Tracking the Meaning Experience Interface pt. 2 9:30 – 10:45 AM Break 10:45 – 11 AM Talk and exercises: Working with Non-Mindful Clients 11: 00 – 12:30 PM Lunch 12:30 - 1:30 PM Exercise: Supervised Practice 1:30 – 2:30 PM Closing, evaluations, question and answer: 2:30 – 3 PM Weekend #7 Friday 12:30 – 5:30 INTRODUCTION 12:30 – 1:30 Syllabus for weekend Meditation on completion “Everything must end” Check In small groups (30) TALK ON TRANSFORMATION: 1:30 – 2:30 BREAK: 2:30 – 2:45 EXERCISE: Transformation zone followed by debriefing and discussion 2:45 – 3:45 DEMO: Client talks and group comes up with transformative experiments 2:45 – 3:30 PRACTICE: Transformative experiemnts in triads 3:30- 5:30 Saturday 9-5 OPENING MOVEMENT AND CHECK IN 9 – 9:30 TALK AND DEMO: Integration: 10:00- 11:15 Integration of client material in session and course of treatment BREAK: 11:15 – 11:30 EXERCISE small Groups Brainstorming Appropriate Integration Techniques for specific situations 11:30 – 12:30 LUNCH: 12:30 – 2:00 pm TALK: Completion: of a session, of a course of therapy: 2:00-2:30 DISCUSSION: stories of therapeutic endings 2:30-2:45 BREAK : 2:45-3:15 TRIAD PRACTICE: Integrating and Completing a full session: 3:15-4:40 Q & A / CLOSURE: 4:40-5:00 Sunday 9 – 3 OPENING: Meditation or Movement Piece remembering the different parts of the training: 9– 9:30 CASE CONSULTATION :9:30 – 10:30 BREAK 10:30 – 10:45 SUPERVISED PRACTICE: 10:45 – 12:45 Lunch 12::45 – 2:15 COMPLETION OF THE TRAINING: 2:15 -