Psychotherapy ~ Wellness ~ Professional Development
Please enjoy a video message from Elisabeth about this Saturday's Event, Restoring the Healer...
|Dr. Elisabeth Crim on Compassion Fatigue(Body-Mind-Spirit)& Psychotherapy Continuing Education|
THIS SATURDAY, OCT 27, 2012
Come join us
for a Day of Dynamic Learning in a Setting of Self Care!
Restoring the Healer: Exploring Somatic Transference and Compassion Fatigue
Registration is open for Moonstone Center's next 6 Hour Continuing Education Event! JOIN US ON OCTOBER 27th in HERMOSA BEACH for this one day educational experience that will also guide you in your own mind-body restoration, helping you be a more whole and effective therapist for your clients.
CLINICAL SUPERVISORS! Supervisors who register for the event can receive special pricing for their interns and post grads. Call Julie Brown at 310-938-3203 or email email@example.com for details on special pricing and group discounts.
Restoring the Healer:
Exploring Somatic Transference a
and Compassion Fatigue
Dr. Elisabeth Crim,
Certified Relax & Renew Yoga Trainer
Certified Yoga Therapist, Teacher, Teacher Trainer
6 CEUs - Psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs
Saturday, October 27, 2012
The Beach House - Hermosa Beach, CA
Continental Breakfast & Beverages Served
Hotel Reservation Discount for Moonstone Center
Fo r More Info & TO REGISTER TODAY! (click here)
The ultimate good and safe treatment of a client or patient requires the therapist to have awareness of the underlying mind-body processes that re at play in the therapeutic relationship. I this CE offering, Dr. Crim collaborates with trusted Yoga Therapist, Simone Marke't, to address the mind-body process of somatic transference and counter-transference that exists and can emerge in the process of ethical and effective therapeutic relationship. Somatic Transference the neuro-physiological organizing activity of the relational dynamics between therapist and client, and compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma that may develop for therapists and healers will be addressed. The role of therapists' self care is critical to ethical treament of patients will be explored. The neuro-physiological theory and techniques of Yoga Therapy that can positively affect mind-body processes of therapists and clients will be addressed. Didactic, Experiential, Group Discussion. Some Yoga incorporated. All levels of experience with yoga (none to advanced) can participate safely.
At Moonstone Center, we approach each CE Event with a commitment to professional development and dynamic education in a setting of self care. More info below. Register Now!
There is limited seating for this event.
REGISTER EARLY AND SAVE
Join us at the beach and earn 6 CEUs!
If you need assistance in registering, please contact Julie Brown, Moonstone Center Events Manager at 310.938.3203 or email: Events@MooonstoneCenter.com