Presence: An Online CE Workshop for Mental Health Professionals
Presence: A Doorway to Ethics
Presence has been shown to be a potent indicator of success in therapy, yet most of us weren’t taught how to deliberately develop this capacity in our therapy practices. Reflective meditation naturally develops presence, moving us gently toward the flow of our own experience in all its complexity, richness, and unpredictabilit
Becoming more aware of our experience through meditation ultimately highlights several human existential “givens”. In Buddhism, these “givens” are called the Marks of Existence. A deeper understanding of these three Marks can create more capacity to approach our difficulties, and those or our clients, with greater insight and balance. This in turn further grows our ability to be present.
· Learn and practice ReflectiveMedit
· Cultivate a friendly, responsive, and curious stance towards your own and others’ experiences.
· Learn the 3 marks of existence in Buddhist Psychology and a provisional fourth mark.
· Adopt an adaptation of ACA Code of ethics as workshop agreements.
If you’ve already attended training at PineStreet and would like to learn more about Buddhist concepts that can arise in meditation, or if you simply feel drawn to developing Presence in your practice, this training is for you.
This workshop is best taught in small groups, for that reason were are limiting attendance to 18 people.
Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022 9:30am-4:30pm/PT
CE: 6 hours approved by NBCC**
For more on this approach to meditation, visit Reflectiv
For more information on the workshop, contact Moline