During this 5 week series, you will learn to incorporate a Gestalt mindfulness practice in movement as a Gestalt self-as-instrument set of skills for embodied presence. Mindfulness and Neuroscience research shows how a mindfulness practice of embodied presence to the self and others helps us to deal with complex interpersonal relationships in our ever-changing and uncertain world. We will learn how to apply the integration of a mindfulness practice that supports both a therapeutic and a coaching presence as well as client transformation. We integrate Gestalt methodology with Chi Kung, Yoga, Energy Medicine, Sound (chant) and Breath in a mindfulness movement meditation practice.
This series is open to Gestalt practitioners, coaches, counselors, individuals and couples who want to co-create a mindfulness practice that supports being an embodied presence in one's life, work and relationships.
- October 22, 2016 - Mindfulness in Grounding, Rooting, Aligning, Centering and Balancing
- October 29, 2016 - Mindfulness in Breathing and Sounding (chanting) and Presence in Connecting Within Self/Other/Field
- November 5, 2016 - Mindfulness in Attuning and Resonating, Attending and Witnessing with Self and Other
- November 12, 2016 - Mindfulness in Gathering Energy and Emptying, Holding Space and Releasing Energy
- November 19, 2016 - Mindfulness in Being a Dynamic Embodied Presence in life, work and relationship.
This workshop is designed for all levels of mental health professionals. Others are welcome.
Continuing Coach Education (CCE): 15 contact hours
$300.00 for 5 sessions
$60.00 per session (no Early Bird option)
Early Bird: $240.00 (before Oct. 14, 2016)
Use promo code: MindfulMeditationFall2016
Upon completion of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Discuss scholarly literature relevant to clinical applications of mindfulness informed therapy;
- Describe advantages of practicing mindfulness-informed therapy in therapeutic relationships;
- Apply to therapeutic & other other human interactions the Gestalt principles that describe mindfulness as embodied awareness of the self, the other and the relational field of being;
- Practice the above model of mindfulness individually and in community;
- Apply this model to clinical situations including anxiety, depression & post-traumatic stress, addiction recovery, and family discord; and
- Discuss clinical/coaching outcomes of applications observed in your practice over the course of the workshops.