"Time In" workshops

“Summer and Fall Offerings 2020" 

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

Hello to all of you! We hope you are well and safe. Like everyone, we are finding our way and re-orienting ourselves in this new landscape. Amidst the distress and loss, we encounter new opportunities for learning and growth. Perhaps we have realized new boundaries in our flexibility and resilience.

 

Our “Time In” program continues this Summer and Fall of 2020 in a new format and with new offerings. Here’s what we have in store for us and we hope you will drop in.

The topics will be:

July 12, 2020
"What has been lost & what has been found”
In the time of the pandemic, we have all experienced our vulnerability to loss.  When we allow the sadness and grief to be experienced with kindness and compassion our senses awaken to a larger view of the moment.
August 9, 2020 “Pause. See the Ordinary as Extraordinary.”
Our minds are constantly chattering which keep us from receiving the present moment. When we pause and slow down, we interrupt the chatter. We can open our senses and experience the wonder that surrounds us.
September 13, 2020 CEU Training: "The Relational Field of Compassion"
(3 CEU credits available)

October 11, 2020

“Transformation is possible when we change our perspective.”
Our perspectives originate from our early childhood scripts and all sorts of causes and conditions. In this workshop we will examine and explore how other peoples’ views of us impacted or helped define the way we view ourselves in this moment.
November 8, 2020
“Gratitude”
Life is busy - full of tasks and responsibilities. Our minds chatter on and we can forget to take time to notice and reflect upon all that we are thankful for. In this afternoon, our attention will be focused on gratitude, its wholesomeness and its loveliness. When we have the intention to cultivate gratitude, it inclines the heart, the mind and the body towards positive emotions.
December 13, 2020 “Bringing a focused attention to our hearts.”
Close contact with others is our greatest longing, but it also brings us into intimate contact with parts of ourselves where wounding has occurred. The wounding is often viewed as the obstacle when it is really the opportunity. We will explore with mindful awareness and compassion.

Meet us on-line on Sunday afternoon, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM ET. We will share a guided meditation, followed by experiential exploration and time for group reflection. Remember: an open mind and a desire to experience is all we require. (CP credits will be available.)

If you are interested and would like to drop in, shoot us an email. We'll send you an invitation half an hour before we start. or www.IntegralTherapy.net. Please let a friend know too.

These "Time In" afternoons are offered freely. We do this in the tradition of Dana: we gladly receive what is freely offered.

IntegralTherapy and the Sociometric Institute continue their CEU-qualified training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists.

For more information about our Sunday meetings and CEU Training, please visit us at www.IntegralTherapy.net or www.JayeMoyer.com, (212) 947-7111 ext. 201 or Jayemoyer@gmail.com (845) 774-9364.

** Advanced registration and payment are required. **

Jaqueline Dubbs Siroka is the Clinical Director of the Sociometric Institute 1991-present, Former Director Psychodrama Services Fair Oaks Hospital in Summit, NJ, and Supervising Psychodramatist St. Elizabeth Hospital, Washington D.C. She was formally on the Faculty of SUNY Stony Brook, NY, Rutgers University and Rutgers Graduate School, NJ in clinical social work. She is a Diplomate in clinical social work with additional training and certification in Psychodrama Sociometry and group psychotherapy.

Jaye Moyer is a licensed psychotherapist clinical supervisor in New York City and Orange County, New York. She is certified as a trainer, educator and practitioner by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy. Formerly, Jaye served on the staff of Hudson Valley Mental Health in Duchess County, New York. She was a former Clinical supervisor and coordinator of Group Services at GMHC. Jaye is the co-creator of the "Labyrinth" series for women and a current faculty member of the Psychodrama Training Institute of New York. She is also a founder and co-creator of IntegralTherapy.net working at the intersection of mindfulness, compassion and psychotherapy.


 

2019 and 2020 Offerings (Closed)

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

We would like to invite you to our “Time In” series.

In these 3-hour workshops, we will deepen our inner world through meditation and mindful awareness practices and we will expand our inter-personal world through action exploration, dyad listening and group process. We move in the direction of viewing our difficulties as opportunities to grow. Our difficulties are the potential seeds of wisdom and freedom. We weave mindful awareness practices into an inter-personal action framework.
You don’t have to be a meditation practitioner. We welcome all levels of experience. The only expertise we require is an open mind and a desire to experience. (CP credits available to those who are interested.)

 

Offerings

Topic: "Living Love: growing loving kindness" Sunday, October 13th, 2019
Topic: "Growing Gratitude" Sunday, December 8th, 2019
Topic: “Compassion: the Antidote to the inner critic” Sunday, January 12th, 2020
Topic: "Joy" Sunday, March 8th, 2020
Time: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Location: Sociometric Studios, 213 West 35th Street, Suite 806 (8th floor)New York, NY
Contact: Jaye Moyer at (845) 774-9364 or Jacquie Siroka (212) 947-7111 ext. 201
Cost: Suggested donation $40.00 - $60.00
Reservation: Call Jaye Moyer at or Jacquie Siroka

** Advanced registration and payment are required. **

Jaqueline Dubbs Siroka is the Clinical Director of the Sociometric Institute 1991-present, Former Director Psychodrama Services Fair Oaks Hospital in Summit, NJ, and Supervising Psychodramatist St. Elizabeth Hospital, Washington D.C. She was formally on the Faculty of SUNY Stony Brook, NY, Rutgers University and Rutgers Graduate School, NJ in clinical social work. She is a Diplomate in clinical social work with additional training and certification in Psychodrama Sociometry and group psychotherapy.

Jaye Moyer is a licensed psychotherapist clinical supervisor in New York City and Orange County, New York. She is certified as a trainer, educator and practitioner by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy. Formerly, Jaye served on the staff of Hudson Valley Mental Health in Duchess County, New York. She was a former Clinical supervisor and coordinator of Group Services at GMHC. Jaye is the co-creator of the "Labyrinth" series for women and a current faculty member of the Psychodrama Training Institute of New York. She is also a founder and co-creator of IntegralTherapy.net working at the intersection of mindfulness, compassion and psychotherapy.


 

 

Spring 2018 Offering (Closed)

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

We continue our “Time In” program with the following offerings: Loving Kindness, Loving Kindness-Extended and Tonglen.
These practices help us soften and open the heart. In these groups we integrate mindfulness practice, meditation and action exploration. You don’t have to be a meditation practitioner to attend. We welcome all levels of experience. The only expertise we require is an open mind and a desire to experience. Join us!

 Upcoming Dates & Subject Matters:

Mar 11th, 2018 Loving Kindness (Closed)
We often do not take time to check in with the condition of our heart. In this afternoon we will turn our attention to our heart. We will teach and practice together Loving Kindness.
Apr 22nd, 2018 Loving Kindness: Extended (Closed)
We expand Loving Kindness to others, including those with whom we struggle. This practice supports us in letting go of resentment, which is a source of suffering and blocks our ability to experience joy.
June 3rd, 2018 Tonglen
This is a practice of "sending and taking" which involves a combination of breathing and visualization. It is a practice of opening our heart to our own pain and to the pain of others. This meditation guides us in invoking loving presence in the face of difficulty.

 

 Time:  Sundays, 1:30 – 4:30 pm
 Location:  Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute at 213 West 35th Street (Between 7th & 8th Avenues), Room 806 (8th floor), New York, NY 10001
 Fee: There is no fee for this programs. (Suggested donation $40.00 - $60.00) A snack to share is welcomed too!
 Enrollment:  Reserve a space by calling Jaye Moyer at 845-774 -9364 or Jacquie Siroka at 212 947- 7111| ext. 202, email Jackeline at or Jaye at | www.integraltherapy.net

*CP credits are available for those who are interested.

Jaqueline Dubbs Siroka is the Clinical Director of the Sociometric Institute 1991-present, Former Director Psychodrama Services Fair Oaks Hospital in Summit, NJ, and Supervising Psychodramatist St. Elizabeth Hospital, Washington D.C. She was formally on the Faculty of SUNY Stony Brook, NY, Rutgers University and Rutgers Graduate School, NJ in clinical social work. She is a Diplomate in clinical social work with additional training and certification in Psychodrama Sociometry and group psychotherapy.

Jaye Moyer is a licensed psychotherapist clinical supervisor in New York City and Orange County, New York. She is certified as a trainer, educator and practitioner by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy. Formerly, Jaye served on the staff of Hudson Valley Mental Health in Duchess County, New York. She was a former Clinical supervisor and coordinator of Group Services at GMHC. Jaye is the co-creator of the "Labyrinth" series for women and a current faculty member of the Psychodrama Training Institute of New York. She is also a founder and co-creator of IntegralTherapy.net working at the intersection of mindfulness, compassion and psychotherapy.

 

 

 

“Growing Gratitude" (Closed)

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

In these 3-hour workshops, we will deepen our inner world through meditation and mindful awareness and we will expand our inter-personal world through experiential enactment and group process. We move in the direction of viewing our difficulties as opportunities to grow. Our difficulties are the potential seeds of wisdom and freedom.

You don’t have to be a meditation practitioner. We welcome all levels of experience. The only expertise we require is an open mind and a desire to experience. (CP credits available to those who are interested.)

So, we invite you take “Time In” from 1:30 to 4:30 on Sundays and join us. Conducted by Jacqueline Dubbs Siroka, ACSW, CGP, TEP and Jaye Moyer, TEP, LCSW-R

 

Spring Offerings:

“Growing Gratitude"
March 10, 2019
Time: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Location:
Sociometric Studios, 213 West 35th Street, Suite 806 (8th floor) New York, NY
Cost: There is no set fee for this program, however, offerings are always appreciated.
Reservation and Inquire: (212) 947-7111 ext. 201 or (845) 774-9364.

 CP Training Credits are available for Psychodrama trainees and PATs.

 ** Advanced registration and payment are required. **

Jaqueline Dubbs Siroka is the Clinical Director of the Sociometric Institute 1991-present, Former Director Psychodrama Services Fair Oaks Hospital in Summit, NJ, and Supervising Psychodramatist St. Elizabeth Hospital, Washington D.C. She was formally on the Faculty of SUNY Stony Brook, NY, Rutgers University and Rutgers Graduate School, NJ in clinical social work. She is a Diplomate in clinical social work with additional training and certification in Psychodrama Sociometry and group psychotherapy.

Jaye Moyer is a licensed psychotherapist clinical supervisor in New York City and Orange County, New York. She is certified as a trainer, educator and practitioner by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy. Formerly, Jaye served on the staff of Hudson Valley Mental Health in Duchess County, New York. She was a former Clinical supervisor and coordinator of Group Services at GMHC. Jaye is the co-creator of the "Labyrinth" series for women and a current faculty member of the Psychodrama Training Institute of New York. She is also a founder and co-creator of IntegralTherapy.net working at the intersection of mindfulness, compassion and psychotherapy.

 

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