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end and the ways this important construct will ultimately lead to success in living the anti- cancer life. The workshop will take advantage of Esalen’s beautiful environment, activities, and nutritious food to enhance the learning experience.


CE credit for nurses; see page 113.


M. Alejandro Chaoul, PhD, has studied with emi- nent teachers of Tibetan Buddhism and Bon for more than 20 years, including Lopon Tenzin Namdak. He teaches internationally and is assistant professor at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, where he conducts research and holds a clinic in mind-body practices as part of the Integrative Medicine Center.


Lorenzo Cohen is professor and director of the Integrative Medicine Program at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Cohen con- ducts research examining the biobehavioral effects of programs aimed at reducing the negative aspects of cancer treatment and improving quality of life and clinical outcomes.www.mdanderson.org/integra- tivemed.


Yoga One on One: The Art of Teaching Privately


Julie Wald


Teaching yoga one on one, whether it is in the context of a yoga experience or any therapeutic relationship, requires a unique skill set. In this workshop designed for yoga teachers, social workers, and psychotherapists, Julie Wald pre- sents important material that is not discussed in yoga teacher training programs or graduate schools, and reveals the secret to meeting people where they are and using yoga to create transfor- mational experiences. Informed by her back- ground as a psychotherapist and mentor for teachers at her company, Namaste New York, Julie shows you how to approach working with people from a holistic and nonjudgmental per- spective.


Topics covered in the workshop include how to:


• Develop the ability to quickly assess your clients’ needs


• Know what it means to meet your clients where they are, and the value of doing so


• Address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of your clients with confidence and compassion


• Work intuitively


• Provide clients with real tools to cultivate a greater sense of wellbeing


This special workshop teaches you how to give


and receive more as a teacher or therapist and enables you to build, enhance or refine your practice with joy and excitement.


CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs; see page 113.


Julie Wald, CSW, RYT, founded Namaste New York, and teaches private yoga to leaders in business, phil- anthropy, and the arts in NYC. Julie’s work is influ- enced by her former practice as a therapist, life coach, meditator, and mother, and by her deep love for her students.


Integrated Brief Therapy: Ericksonian Hypnosis Seminars


Michael Hoyt & Carol Erickson


How we look influences what we see, and what we see influences what we do. Some stories are better than others, some ways of looking and acting are more invigorating and rewarding than others. People often come to therapy when their ways of looking aren’t getting them what they want. They come looking for a new story, a new perception, a new way of understanding— which can lead to new behaviors and new out- comes.


Many therapies involve brief lengths of treat- ment, including a single session. In this work- shop for therapists and other healing profes- sionals, a structure will be presented for organiz- ing the tasks and skills involved in different phases (pre-, early, middle, late, follow-through) of therapy. Drawing from the work of Milton Erickson and others, numerous case examples will illustrate brief therapy techniques (includ- ing goal setting, seeding, utilization, reframing, suggestion, hypnosis, storytelling, future pacing) that can be useful both in initial sessions and in the course of longer treatments. Participants will learn productive therapist attitudes, meth- ods for finding a focus, and ways of facilitating clients’ strengths and resources. They will gain skills associated with different phases of treat- ment, including recognizing why and how to end therapy successfully, and have fun!


Recommended reading: Hoyt, Brief Psychotherapies; Haley, Uncommon Therapy: The Psychiatric Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, MD; Short, et al, Hope and Resiliency: Understanding the Psychotherapeutic Strategies of Milton H. Erickson, MD.


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


Michael Hoyt, PhD, is a pioneering brief therapist. The author of Brief Psychotherapies: Principles & Practices and Some Stories Are Better than


Others, he is a recipient of the prestigious APF Cummings Psyche Prize for lifetime contributions to the role of psychologists in organized healthcare.


Carol A. Erickson, MSW, is a licensed marriage and family therapist and clinical social worker based in Northern California. The oldest daughter of Milton H. Erickson, MD, she has taught therapy and hypno- sis workshops worldwide.


Create Personal Divinatory Cards with SoulCollage®


Seena Frost & Mariabruna Sirabella


Imagine spending a creative weekend begin- ning to collage (or continuing to collage) your own deck of imaginal cards. You will browse through piles of images and find those that call to you. They could be images that represent some of the many guides, allies, and challengers active in your soul. Using these images you will collage cards that depict your personality parts, your archetypal guides, your energetic compan- ion animals, and even some of the sentient beings that have loved, taught, and challenged you. Along with time for creating cards will be time to gather in small groups and speak from your images. You will be surprised by the wis- dom that bubbles up from your deep soul when you step imaginatively into an image and speak to a question from this new perspective. A sup- portive community listening as witnesses and scribing your words will help make this a mem- orable experience.


For people new to SoulCollage, we will give explanations of the four suits and the three transpersonal cards that are in a typical SoulCollage deck. For advanced SoulCollagers, there will be additional work with the founder of the process, Seena Frost. The process is based on the work of C.G. Jung, James Hillman, psy- chosynthesis, and more. For more information, visit www.soulcollage.com.


CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs; see page 113.


Seena Frost, LMFT, MDiv, is a clinician, teacher, poet, and gardener from California, and the founder of the SoulCollage® process. She wrote SoulCollage® Evolving and has recorded several CDs. Currently she trains SoulCollage® facilitators. www.soulcol- lage.com.


Mariabruna Sirabella, LMFT, MS, is an artist, edu- cator, and SoulCollage® trainer. Her clinical work blends ancient wisdom and Jungian humanistic psy- chology aimed at soul mentorship. She founded BodYnvocations™: Imagination in Motion. For her CDs and articles visitwww.sirarte.com.


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