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By elaborating a holistic understanding of the evolutionary trajectory of Homo sapiens, and viewing that trajectory in the context of con- temporary life, we’ll learn to anticipate and pos- sibly mitigate these conflicts. We’ll look at many aspects of the life cycle, from how we exercise to how we work, from our sexuality to our diets, from the way we’re born to how we die.


In this interactive workshop, the group will help determine which aspects of life we’re going to examine in most detail. We’ll begin with an in-depth look at the physical and social world in which our ancestors evolved and then examine our own lives, looking for often surprising sources of discontent. We’ll then work on gener- ating novel approaches to resolving these con- flicting demands.


The workshop will be especially valuable for therapists and clinicians seeking a systemic understanding of the sources of dis-ease in their clients, as well as for anyone looking for a com- prehensive understanding of what kind of ani-


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mal Homo sapiens really is, how and why we became that way, and how we might create a healthier, more human and humane world for future generations.


CE credit available for psychologists (pending); see page 113. CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs; see page 113. CE credit for nurses; see page 113.


Christopher Ryan, PhD, coauthored Sex at Dawn with Cacilda Jethá. An interdisciplinary and multi- cultural scholar, he specializes in the prehistoric roots of human sexuality and distinguishing the human from the cultural. He’s been featured on NPR, Oprah, in the New York Times, and elsewhere. http://blogs.psychologytoday.com/blog/sex-dawn.


Living the Anticancer Lifestyle Alejandro Chaoul & Lorenzo Cohen


During this weekend, Drs. Alejandro Chaoul and Lorenzo Cohen will discuss the current worldwide cancer epidemic and how to lower your risks of cancer and improve outcomes for


those touched by cancer. Starting with their own individual lifestyles, participants will learn specific recommendations for living the anti- cancer life, from diet to mind-body practices.


Chaoul and Cohen will present the most recent scientific evidence that demonstrates the link between lifestyle and cancer and how this empowers us to create change in our lives. The workshop will address four main areas where we can change our risk of cancer and influence outcomes for those with cancer: diet/nutrition, physical activity, stress management, and social network. Participants will leave the workshop with an increased knowledge of cancer and how to increase the odds of preventing cancer and improving outcomes. Participants will learn about simple, tasty, and healthy eating; how to incorporate physical activity into aspects of everyday life; how to harness and expand the benefits of one’s social network; and how to use mind-body practices as part of a daily routine to foster inner calm. The leaders will emphasize concepts of mindfulness throughout the week-


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