We all dissociate. We all have basic splits within - “Part of me wants or feels .... but another part of me wants or feels the opposite!”
The DSM 5 made some changes to the Dissociative Disorders category. The scope of this class will offer the participant to have an understanding of the Dissociative disorders in the DSM 5, and to learn one technique for resolving a basic split.
Collaborative Coaching is a 3 Workshop series leading to a Professional Development Certificate of Participation awarded by the Adler Graduate School and Phoenix Process Consultants. It equips leaders, owners, managers, consultants, counselors, teachers, and socially interested individuals to be smart and skillful in stimulating people to grow and develop.
Trauma significantly impacts our physical, emotional, and psychological identity as well as our interpersonal relationships. This experiential and didactic workshop will introduce somatic and body/movement-based therapy techniques for working with clients who have experienced trauma, including 1) neurological perspectives on the impact of trauma; 2) specific body and movement-based interventions for working with various types of trauma; and 3) considerations for working with groups and individuals from a multicultural perspective.
Brief Psychotherapy With Individuals and Couples
This introduction to ecopsychology is meant for therapists, psychologists, social workers, students in these fields or anyone dealing with the health and well-being of clients. The goal of ecopsychology is to create healing through awe leading to unity between people and the natural world. Combining Adlerian Holism and Striving for Social Interest we will claim how cooperation creates both social interest and unity that Adler declares is mentally healthy. We will also use Adler’s treatment of holism to decide how to live in our largest system, Earth.
Adults with this neurological disability are disorganized, don’t manage their time well, are forgetful, often don’t complete tasks or projects, have difficulty creating routine, and have difficulty planning and solving problems. Over all they have feelings of discouragement and worthlessness. This leads to a life of overwhelming chaos and high risk for divorce, job changes, psychological problems and drug abuse. This experiential workshop will provide clinicians with strategies that help these clients improve their sense of worth, get in control of their lives and feel successful.
- Do you find yourself fatigued as you care compassionately for clients?
- Do you need tools for greater boundaries so you can support your self?
- Do you need a stress reliever in your day?
You can work with clients in a way that won’t burn you out. Learn how to create supportive self-talk, a balance of giving and receiving and, take better care of your emotions. Learn a process to embrace others’ suffering, pain or trauma without trying so hard to “fix” it. Help clients and yourself create calm in the midst of stress.
This workshop will help those counseling and ministering, as well as individuals who are seriously pursuing, seeking, and wanting to expand and unite Spirituality and Psychology to live more fully.
It is grounded in current Neuro-History studies, the concept of "spiritual DNA", and Adlerian Psychology - one of the few psychologies that embraces and honors transcendence and soul. It will also challenge the endemic dualistic thought and behavior patterns that contribute to current cultural disunity.
This workshop will cover understanding what Movement means in Adlerian terms and how we can use the physical form to explore our own unique law of movement.
This reflective and interactive workshop is for those interested in exploring correlations between Adler’s psychological movement and physical movement. We will explore what it means to have useful and useless movement in both areas.
We will look at movement using the four lifestyle priorities and our own physical form which expresses those priorities.