Boulder Psychotherapy Institute

Advanced Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP)

An Experiential Psychodynamic Gestalt Approach   •   Boulder, Colorado

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Sat, Jul 8 - Sat, Mar 24 2018Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP): Module I Individual Therapy, Robyn Chauvin, BPI - 303 494 0393
AEP is an experiential therapy that interlaces the insights of contemporary existential and psychoanalytic/psychodynamic approaches with techniques inspired by Gestalt therapy and other experiential approaches. Many psychoanalytic approaches ignore the body, while many experiential approaches fail to take into account defenses, transference and countertransference issues. AEP takes into account the full spectrum of human experience - body, meaning, emotion, the impact of the past, and the choices that need to be made to create a different future. Module I offers intensive experiential training in AEP individual therapy. Learn More. Sign Up.

Thu, Jan 18 2018 - Thu, Jan 18 2018CAP Breakfast Meeting 8:30-10 am: Jim Carr, JD: Participating in the Legislative Process & Sunset Review: What Is Going on & How to Participate, (720) 244-2299
Join us at the Egg & I, 2574 Baseline (corner of Baseline & Broadway), for this excellent & informative presentation. Bring business cards & flyers. This is a Networking Breakfast sponsored by the Colorado Association of Psychotherapists (CAP). Presentation counts for Colorado required Continuing Competency Units (CUs). The Presentation: The Colorado Legislature reviews the statute that governs mental health professionals every ten years, during "Sunset". The process spans a couple of years, and ours begins in 2018. The statute that governs mental health professionals will be modified and different aspects of the statute may be revised or left alone. Changes in the statute may affect how we can practice, which is why it is important that we participate, stay informed about the Sunset process as it unfolds, and try to let our legislators know our views throughout the next two years. Starting now, let's help them make better informed decisions regarding Registered Psychotherapists when it comes to a vote during the 2020 legislative session. But, how do we do that? Jim Carr, Esq., experienced legislative advisor and CAP Advisory Board Member, will discuss the legislative and Sunset Review processes in Colorado to help us understand what will be happening. He will tell us how, as professionals in the mental health field, we can participate in these legislative processes so we'll know what to do. CAP breakfasts are a great place to learn and network! Learn More...

Thu, Jan 25 2018 - Thu, Feb 22 2018Young Friends Workshop Gr K-2 Jan. 25, 303-915-4421
Students learn * the 6 most important friendship skills * what makes kids like others * how not to lose your friends * taking turns (without getting upset) * how to use your words to solve problems (without hitting, kicking, name calling, etc.) * and more... Where: Crossroads Gardens, 1800 30th Street, #306, Boulder, CO Cost: Early registration: $165. Regular Registration: $165. (week workshop begins.) Classes include: * five 75 minute sessions, * small class sizes, individual attention * student workbook, parent handouts, snacks and other items * the opportunity to practice social skills in a safe setting * play time during class to use skills and to take advantage of 'teachable moments' as the kids interact with each other. Registration and additional information available at www.ss4K.com About the Instructor: Sherry Lewis, MS, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She was a school counselor for 14 years, K-12. In 2001 she was Colorado Elementary School Counselor of the Year. She has been a parenting instructor for more than 8 years and is a parent of 5 kids. She worked as a therapist for a mental health agency for several years and now sees clients in her private practice in Boulder. Working with kids for over 20 years, Sherry draws upon her extensive experience, knowledge and skills to empower people to be successful in life and relationships. Learn More...

Fri, Feb 9 2018 - Fri, Jun 1 2018Learn EMDR Therapy To Help Your Clients Get Unstuck -- EMDR Training in Boulder, Colorado - February and June 2018 - APA and NBCC Credit Hours Available, 303.834.0515
LEARN EMDR THERAPY TO HELP YOUR CLIENTS GET UNSTUCK: EMDR Therapy is an evidence based treatment for working with PTSD and trauma. This EMDRIA approved EMDR Training will prepare therapists to use EMDR Therapy effectively with their clients. This complete training package will include lectures, live demonstrations, videos, practica, and other EMDR Training tools and resources. ___ This EMDRIA approved EMDR Training will be facilitated by Barb Maiberger, MA, LPC -- the author of "EMDR Essentials: A Guide for Clients and Therapists." Barb Maiberger is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant, and an EMDRIA Certified EMDR Therapist. Barb Maiberger has personally trained over a thousand therapists in the practice of EMDR Therapy. ___ APA Credit Hours: 50 CE Hours: The Maiberger Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Maiberger Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. ___ NBCC Credit Hours: 50 CE Hours: The Maiberger Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP -- Provider #6436. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC CE Hours are clearly identified. Maiberger Institute is solely responsible for all aspect of the programs. ___ EMDR Training - Boulder, Colorado - Part 1: February 9, 2018 to February 11, 2018 and Part 2: June 1, 2018 to June 3, 2018 ___ Visit the REGISTRATION PAGE for this EMDR Training to learn more... Learn More...

Wed, Feb 14 2018 - Sun, Feb 18 2018American Psychoanalytic Association's 2018 National Meeting, 212-752-0450
Join us for APsaA's 2018 National Meeting! Featuring more than 150 clinical and research sessions, this is an opportunity to participate in a dynamic scientific program and to engage with colleagues nationally and worldwide. Earn up to 43.5 continuing education credits, including those that satisfy the requirements for risk management, medical ethics, and cultural competency. Beginning October 24th, visit www.apsa.org to download the complete program and reserve your hotel room. Pre-registration begins on November 7th and runs through January 9th. Questions? Please be in touch with Rosemary Johnson at MeetAdmin@apsa.org or (212) 752-0450 x 28. Learn More...

Thu, Mar 1 2018 - Thu, Apr 5 2018Secrets of Friendship Workshop Gr 6-9 Mar 1, 303-915-4421
Secrets of Friendship Workshop for teens Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22, Apr. 5 1800 30th St #306 Students learn: What makes kids like other kids? Find out 6 secrets of making & keeping friends! It's not as hard as you think! Students will learn and practice: *6 most important friendship skills *What makes kids avoid other kids *How NOT to lose your friends About the classes: These workshops teach kids what does and doesn't work in getting along with others. It includes stories, role play, inquiry and a workbook to enable continued practice. Class sizes are limited. KIDS: What kind of kids take this class? Extroverted, over friendly kids, shy, withdrawn kids, bossy kids, lonely, left out kids, High functioning PDD kids, ADHD kids, kids with Anxiety, Happy, friendly kids looking to upgrade their skill level. Learn More...

Sat, Mar 17 2018 - Sun, Mar 18 2018EMDR Therapy Tools for Attachment Trauma - EMDR Advanced Workshop in Boulder, Colorado - March 2018, 303.834.0515
EMDR Therapy Tools for Attachment Trauma --- EMDR Advanced Workshop in Boulder, Colorado (March 17, 2018 to March 18, 2018) --- EMDR Trainers: Barb Maiberger, MA, LPC and Arielle Schwartz, Ph.D, LP -_- This two-day EMDRIA Approved EMDR Advanced Workshop applies EMDR Therapy Tools for working with Attachment Trauma with adults. Lectures include the neurobiology of Attachment, Attachment Styles, and questionnaires for History Taking. RDI interventions will be used to stabilize the client by identifying parts and resourcing the parts. Case conceptualization will include how to identify nonverbal trauma and how to set up targets. Interweaves for psychobiological regulation will be explored for stuck processing along with how to work with shame. Interventions on how to shut down incomplete sessions will also be discussed. Didactic and experiential exercises will have an emphasis on body-centered applications. --- EMDRIA, APA, and NBCC Credit Hours Available --- Visit the REGISTRATION PAGE for this workshop for learn more about eligibility, rates, dates, location, etc. Learn More...

Thu, Apr 19 2018 - Thu, May 17 2018Secrets of Friendship Workshop Gr 3-5 Apr 19, 303-915-4421
Secrets of Friendship Workshop for Gr 3-5 Apr. 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17 Thurs. 5:30 - 7 Secrets of Friendships What makes kids like other kids? Find out: 6 secrets of making & keeping friends! It's not as hard as you think! Students will learn and practice: * 6 most important friendship skills * What makes kids avoid other kids * How to NOT lose your friends About the Classes: These workshops teach kids what does and doesn't work in getting along with others. It includes stories, role play, inquiry, and a workbook to enable continued practice. Class sizes are limited. KIDS: What kind of kids take this class? Extroverted, overly friendly kids, Shy, withdrawn kids, Bossy kids, Lonely, left out kids, High functioning PDD kids, ADHD kids, Kids with Anxiety, Happy, friendly kids looking to upgrade their skill level. Learn More...

Tue, May 29 2018 - Tue, Jun 12 2018Alternatives to Anger Gr 3-5 May 29, 303-915-4421
Alternatives to Anger Workshop for Gr. 3-5 May 29, 31, June 5, 7 & 12 Tues & Thurs. 5:30 - 7 Does your child need Strategies to deal with Anger? Get the Tools to deal with Anger Constructively! Kids will: Identify Anger Triggers Anger Boundaries Learn the Anger Rules Clarify the Costs of hurtful behaviors Develop a C.O.P. (chill out plan) Learn how Anger can be Helpful Practice Positive Problem Solving Strategies Accepting No. Dealing with Frustration Practical Ideas & Strategies Put tools in your toolbox to deal with Anger! Intervene in the Anger Cycle! Tuition Classes includes: * 5 sessions, 1 1/2 hours * Total 7 1/2 contact hours * Small class size, individual attention * Student workbook, parent handout, snacks, other items. * Cost = less than $21. per hour Learn More...

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