This program is approved by the State of Ohio - Florida - Pennsylvania - Utah - Kansas - for Counselor, Social Worker & Marriage and Family Therapist Board for Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists for 6 CE’s
This workshop ALSO has NASW National CE Approval.
This unique workshop is for individuals who are already trained in mindfulness or for those who are new to it. Instruct your clients with unique practices and perspectives of mindfulness.
Deepen and expand your current understanding of mindfulness and Present Moment Awareness with concepts and approaches not typically taught. Using these unique mindfulness-based approaches, instruct your clients on how to implement various life-changing exercises to address the symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression.
Interventions you can use immediately in your practice.
Externally-based exercises include: breathing techniques, self-compassion, and positive self-talk, relaxation exercises, simple eye exercises, self-forgiveness, Heartfelt Invocations (similar to affirmations, but more effective) and a detailed outline/program for self-care suggestions. For example: you will be able to identify specific negative mental and emotional habits (not typically taught) involving resistance that the client may be using to exacerbate their symptoms of stress, anxiety, or depression.
Internally-based exercises include: how to release resistance in the body which exacerbates one’s stress, anxiety, and depression; as a therapist, learning to focus within Present Moment Awareness to enhancing your ability to be totally present to your client; using Focus as a tool, and enhancing one’s ability to be the Observer in challenging situations.
This program is designed to provide you with the necessary theory, practical demonstrations and experiential exercises to assist you in integrating the material for client instruction. Also, the workshop manual provides detailed descriptions for most of the content and exercises being taught, minimizing the need to take notes and maximize your learning time.
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