A Hakomi Workshop for Mindful Relationships for therapists (CPD 13 hours)
Rob Fisher MFT, an international speaker, Hakomi trainer and author of the book
“Experiential Psychotherapy with Couples, A Guide for the Creative Pragmatist”.
August 15th & 16th 2015 ~ Saturday & Sunday (10am-5.30pm)
Oaklands House Creative Centre, Blessington, Co Wicklow.
(10 minutes from Naas; 30 mins from Dublin City Centre; 2 hour from Limerick city;
2.5hour from Belfast)
€195 per person: Deposit (non-refundable)€90 secures place
€350 per couple: Deposit (non-refundable)€150 secures place
Full Lunch available for an additional €10/day
Early Bird; €175 per person: €295 per couple. Pay by July 1st 2015
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Cheque/Euro Draft payable to Joannes Berkery (Address: Lahorna, Nenagh, Co Tipperary. Ire.)
For more information please contact:
Joannes Berkery. Hakomi Ireland. Address: Lahorna, Nenagh, Co Tipperary,
Tel: +35386 2606 983. email@example.com
Please find further information HERE.
This multi-level workshop will present practical tools you can use to enhance and deepen your connection with the important people in your life. Using a gentle, safe and respectful approach based on mindfulness, you can find tune your relationships.
Short talks on the key relationship issues will be followed by mindfulness oriented experiential exercises designed to build relationship strengths and resources and move from alienation to closeness. The concepts and exercises will be immediately useful to friends, couples, siblings, partners, friends, as well as be immediately applicable to those working with couples and relationship issues. (CPD 13 hours will be available).
Those who consult with couples will be provided with maps and tools to work effectively in an experiential, mindfulness based fashion that helps couples step out of adversarial, and into more collaborative interactions. You will learn how build secure attachment and address the underlying emotional issues though talks, demonstrations and experiential exercises you will be able to use immediately in your practice and your life, by exploring the following:-
- Developing compassion for yourself and your partner and your clients
- Finding the relationships strengths and resources
- Clarifying and changing limiting, repetitive patterns of interaction that seem to escalate all on their own
- Stepping out of pursuing and distancing patterns
- Attending to underlying attachment injuries
- Developing clear and compassionate boundaries
- How to deal with your partner’s anger and complaints
- The languages of love: assessment and alignment
- Communicating without hurt and blame
Rob Fisher, MFT, is a psychotherapist, consultant and CAMFT certified supervisor in private practice in Mill Valley, California, USA. He is an adjunct professor at JFK University and at the California Institute of Integral Studies and the Co-Developer and Lead Instructor in the Certificate Program in Mindfulness and Compassion for Psychotherapists at CIIS in San Francisco. He is also a Hakomi Trainer who teaches Hakomi Mindfulness Based Experiential Psychotherapy internationally. He is the author of Experiential Psychotherapy with Couples, A Guide for the Creative Pragmatist, published by Zeig/Tucker, in addition to numerous articles published in the US and abroad. He has been a Master and Peer Presenter at annual California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists CAMFT Conferences, the USABP Conference and Psychotherapy Networker Conference