CEU Qualified Training

Another tool for your toolbox: “Working with difficult experiences and feelings.”

Training for Social Workers, Licensed Creative Arts Therapists and Mental Health Practitioners.

6 New York State CE credits for the above professions.*

jaque smalljaye small with Jaqueline Dubbs Siroka, ACSW, TEP, BCD and Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP

Difficult experiences and feelings can cloud our ability to see clearly. They are painful and often we want to avoid and push them away. When we view them from this small, restricted view we miss the opportunity that they offer - the opportunity to grow and learn. How do we learn to meet them with an attitude of kindness and care?

In this workshop we will learn skills to respond and attend to our internal experience as difficult emotions, (or “hindrances”) arise.

We will teach and demonstrate the practices of “pausing”, “naming”, “active investigation” and “compassionate presence”. These practices support stability and presence. They also cultivate spontaneity and resilience and are applicable to any clinical style or orientation.

This training is designed for therapists and mental health practitioners who are interested in integrating mindful awareness, meditation, and compassion practices with their therapeutic work. (However, it is also open for anyone who wants to explore.)

This is an experiential program. We will draw upon both our personal and professional experiences. We will utilize group and dyad interaction as well as action exploration, (including role play, role reversal and empty chair exercise).

 

Date Sunday, June 14th, 2020
Time; 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Fee: $200 (Early-bird Special: $175 for early registration by May 15th, or bring a friend.) Additional $20 fee for NYS Social Work CE credits).
Location: Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute 213 West 35th Street, 8th Floor (Room 806) New York, NY 10001
Facilitators: Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP and Jacquie Siroka, ACSW
Registration: For more information and registration, please contact:
Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP at 845-774-9364, email: , website: www.jayemoyer.com
Jacquie Siroka, ACSW, TEP at: 212-947-7111, email:  , website: www.integraltherapy.net

** Advanced registration and payment are required. ** (Please make checks payable to Jacquie Siroka, ACSW, TEP)

*Sociometric Institute, Inc. SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social worker #0268, mental health counselors #MHC -0096 and licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0046.


 

“Another tool for your toolbox (Closed)

Training for Social Workers, Licensed Creative Arts Therapists and Mental Health Practitioners.

12 New York State CE credits for the above professions.*

jaque smalljaye small with Jaqueline Dubbs Siroka, ACSW, TEP, BCD and Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP

Buddhist psychology offers us a different perspective on our work with difficult emotions and experiences. These difficult mind-states are referred to as “Hindrances”. Hindrances destabilize us. They cover our vulnerability and cloud our ability to see clearly. They interfere with our capacity to connect. The good news is that hindrances are not the problem. It is our response that is problematic and we can work with this.

In this workshop we will learn skills to respond and attend to our internal experience as difficult emotions, or hindrances arise. We will teach and demonstrate the practices of “pausing”, “naming”, “active investigation” and “compassionate presence”. We will draw upon Buddhist psychology as a resource. These practices support stability and presence. They also cultivate spontaneity and resilience and are applicable to any clinical style or orientation.

This training is designed for therapists and mental health practitioners who are interested in integrating mindful awareness, meditation, and compassion practices with their therapeutic work. It is also open for anyone who wants to explore relational mindfulness! This is an experiential program. We will draw upon both our personal and professional experiences. We will utilize group and dyad interaction as well as action exploration, (including role play, role reversal and empty chair exercise). Mindful awareness practices will be integrated throughout the training.

 

Date Saturday and Sunday, November 9th and 10th, 2019
Time; 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Fee: $300 (additional $20 fee for NYS Social Work CE credits) $275 for early registration by October 15. Scholarships are available.
Location: Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute 213 West 35th Street, 8th Floor (Room 806) New York, NY 10001
Facilitators: Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP and Jacquie Siroka, ACSW
Registration: For more information and registration, please contact:
Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP at 845-774-9364, email: , website: www.jayemoyer.com
Jacquie Siroka, ACSW, TEP at: 212-947-7111, email:  , website: www.integraltherapy.net

** Advanced registration and payment are required. **

*Sociometric Institute, Inc. SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social worker #0268, mental health counselors #MHC -0096 and licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0046.


 

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