Boulder Psychotherapy Institute

Advanced Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP)

An Experiential Psychodynamic Gestalt Approach   •   Boulder, Colorado

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Sat, Jan 16 2016 - Sat, Sep 10 2016AEP Dream Training, Robyn Chauvin, BPI - 303 494 0393
This training provides practitioners with hands-on experience working with their personal dreams and facilitating others. We will demonstrate dream work and review the AEP dream process as well as coach participants in facilitating one another's dreams. Professional issues in dream work are discussed alongside the existential, personal and transpersonal scope of the dream. We will explore various creative approaches in working with dreams. Prior experience with AEP or Gestalt is recommended. Learn More. Sign Up.

Sat, Jul 8 - Sat, Mar 10 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.

Fri, Sep 29 - Fri, Jan 26 2018EMDR Training in Boulder, Colorado - September and January 2018 - APA and NBCC Credit Hours Available, 303.834.0515
LEARN EMDR THERAPY TO HELP HEAL PTSD AND TRAUMA: 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: September 29, 2017 to October 1, 2017 - Part 2: January 26, 2018 to January 28, 2018 ___ Visit the REGISTRATION PAGE for details on rates, location, etc... Learn More...

Sun, Oct 1 - Mon, Oct 9The Way of Mary Magdalen-A Sacred Pilgrimage in Southern France, 720-565-3388
Junia Gail Imel of Divine Adventures and Dr. Patti Ashley are hosting a trip to the south of France in October. We will be exploring the sacred sites believed to be connected to Mary Magdalen and her time in France. We will take an inner and outer journey to connect with our true self in these magical places. Information sessions to answers questions include a webinar on May 16, 2017, a Boulder wine and cheese gathering on May 24, 2017 and a Lakewood wine and cheese gathering on June 13, 2017. Please call or e-mail to register or ask any questions. Learn More...

Thu, Oct 5 - Thu, Nov 2ALTENATIVES TO ANGER GR. 6-9, 303-915-4421
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...

Sat, Oct 7 - Sat, May 5 2018AEP Group Training: Module III, Robyn Chauvin, BPI - 303 494 0393
Working with groups is both an art and a science. This workshop combines techniques drawn from Gestalt, existential, psychodynamic, body-oriented and systems approaches to group. Group members observe and experience groups and practice leading the group in a safe learning environment. Learn More. Sign Up.

Sat, Oct 7 - Sat, Oct 14Bringing Baby Home - A Relationship & Parenting Relationship for Expectant & New Parents, 303.502.4867
When a baby arrives, everything changes! Discover how to keep your relationship happy and healthy after baby arrives! This two-day, 12-hour workshop will teach you and your partner parenting and relationship skills to help you be the best parenting team possible. Developed by renowned relationship experts, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, Bringing Baby Home (BBH) Workshop combines lecture, group discussion and couple's activities to help couples strengthen their friendship, increase intimacy, improve communication, regulate conflict, and create positive strategies for parenting. This workshop is designed for couples who are pregnant or have infants up to one year of age. Babies up to 3 months old welcome to attend with their parents. The program teaches couples how to: - Increase friendship in their relationship - Deal effectively with conflict - Involve dads in infant care and parenting - Improve the quality of parent-infant interaction - Recognize the psychological and emotional needs of their child - express needs and appreciation - repair and compromise - create shared meaning - parent together - preserve intimacy When: 2 day workshop Saturdays Oct 7th and 14th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm with a break for lunch Where: The Birth Center of Boulder; 2800 Folsom St, Boulder Trainer & Contact to Register: Shelly King, MA, LPC, 303.502.4867, shellykingtherapy@gmail.com Cost: $300/couple includes workbook and materials from Gottman Institute Register by Saturday September 23rd and receive 10% off! Learn More...

Mon, Oct 9 - Mon, Oct 9Solution-Focused Thinking to Prevent Burnout, 303-941-4497
This course is designed to introduce professionals to solution-focused thinking as it was originally developed by Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer and teach them how to use these principles to prevent and reverse professional burnout. Professionals will learn to identify signs of professional burnout and stress and develop an "emergency roadside repair kit" to assist them in preventing the potential negative impact. Professionals will learn protective factors and how to use solution-focused thinking to decrease and address potential stress in the work place. Graduate level credit is available for this class through Adams State University. Learn More...

Tue, Oct 10 - Wed, Oct 11Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Basics, 303-941-4497
Ready to really start practicing and learning how to apply evidenced-based Solution-Focused Brief Therapy? Then this is the training for you. This 2-day intensive class provides all of the basics as well as plenty of demonstrations and times to practice. This is the ideal training for therapists who want to learn a new model and be able to leave the class and begin to practice this new way of working with clients. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Thu, Oct 12 - Thu, Oct 12Solution-Focused Supervision and Management, 303-941-4497
Looking for an energizing way to supervise/manage people? This fun, jam-packed class explores how to take solution-focused principles and interventions and use them effectively in a management setting. How to work with difficult people and address challenging scenarios will also be addressed. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed, implemented, and supervised programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Fri, Oct 13 - Fri, Oct 13Working with Externally Motivated Clients, 303-941-4497
This class focuses on client engagement and retention with clients who are mandated into treatment by probation, child welfare, family, etc. Special focused will be on hearing what is important to the client and finding a common goal with others within the system. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Fri, Oct 13 - Sun, Oct 15Denver EMDR Basic Training Oct & Jan, 720-739-0639
New EMDR Basic Training with Rebecca Wilson Kase, LCSW, EMDRIA approved consultant and basic trainer. Reduced costs available for those working in non-profits. This EMDRIA approved training consists of 2 weekends, part 1 in October (13, 14 & 15) and part 2 in January (12, 13 & 14), consisting of 20 hours of lecture and 20 hours of practicum. 10 hours of consultation are included in the price of the training. This training is available to mental health professionals who are licensed or license eligible. Training weekends consist of lecture and review of EMDR theory, methods, and the 8 phase protocol. The afternoon consists of practicum in small groups. The total price for training is $1300, and a reduced price is available for those working in a non-profit setting. $300 is due at time of registration and the remaining balance is split into 2 payments, due 2 weeks prior to each training weekend. To register please visit rebeccawilsonkase.com. About Rebecca: Rebecca is an LCSW and graduate of DU. Rebecca began her EMDR training in 2006 and has been a believer ever since. Rebecca has experience with a diverse array of clinical populations, across the life span. She has worked in community mental health for 8+ years, along with private practice settings, integrated care, and inpatient settings. Rebecca is a current HAP facilitator and volunteer, and is an adjunct professor at DU in the Graduate School of Social Work. Learn More...

Fri, Oct 13 - Sun, Oct 15WOMEN'S RETREAT & EATING DISORDER CERTIFICATION, 303-494-1975
Join this group of 12 women professionals in Winter Park, CO for a wilderness retreat along with certification in Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy (EDIT) which an evidence-based, comprehensive treatment approach for all types of eating disorders, featuring Transpersonal Counseling Psychology perspectives. Start making a unique difference for your clients TODAY with immediate access to downloadable clinical training materials. Earn an eating disorder certification without spending years or thousands of dollars. Ideal for Addiction Counselors, Recovery Coaches, and Psychotherapists who want clinical skills and confidence to effectively treat eating disorders. EDIT Retreat registration & training includes: ~Lodging, Meals, Horseback Riding & other activities ~Downloadable Self-Study EDIT Manual with six 1-hr videos ~Listing in the EDIT Certified Online Treatment Directory ~EDIT Certified certificate & badge for marketing materials ~Documentation of 15 hr of Continuing Education Topics to be addressed: ~Eating disorder diagnosis & etiology from a Transpersonal perspective ~Body image techniques, values clarification & identity beyond the mirror ~Intuitive eating and mindful meal practices with applications to exercise ~Healthy coping skills, intuitive self-care & healing core issues ~Relapse prevention & long-term recovery Can't make the retreat? There are other options to become EDIT Certified: Self-Study, Webinar Workshops, and 1-on-1 Mentoring. Learn More...

Sat, Oct 14 - Sun, Oct 15Awakening The Third Eye Workshop, 6462469573
Awakening the Third Eye is a weekend workshop designed for those who want direct experience of deeper states of consciousness, as well as those who want to learn skills for cultivating and managing their energy. At the workshop, you will learn third eye meditation techniques for awakening spiritual vision, protecting and grounding your energy, quieting your mind, and fast recuperation from fatigue. The techniques taught this weekend come from Clairvision school of meditation (www.clairvision.org), a school of spiritual awakening that emphasizes first-hand experiences of consciousness. Come join us in Boulder, October 14-15 for this exciting event! To sign up go to www.clairvisionboulder.org Learn More...

Thu, Oct 19 - Thu, Oct 19Chronic Pain Control: Altering Reality, 9703722713
Colorado Association of Psychotherapists Presents: "Chronic Pain Control - Altering Reality", Vicki Ellis, MS is an author in the area of pain management. Pain, which feels as solid as an arm or leg, is a perception created by the brain for its mind to manifest as reality. Because brains are easily tricked, we can learn how to un-manifest pain without the need for ANY external pills or help. Come for a glimpse into how we can help our clients and ourselves change a chronic pain reality into either a much-less or no-pain reality. October 19, 2017 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Boulder Egg & I, 2574 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80305 Continuing Competency Credits Learn More...

Mon, Oct 30 - Mon, Oct 30Being Solution-Focused in a Problem-Focused World, 303-941-4497
Using Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and other positive approaches can be challenging when the rest of the professional community continues to use a problem-focused approach. Those who use a solution-focused approach can mistakenly be viewed as less than credible. This class explores how to "translate" solution-focused work into language that problem-focused auditors and regulators can understand so that you get the credit you deserve. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed, implemented, and supervised programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Thu, Nov 2 - Sat, Nov 4Mental Health Mentorship - Sensory Processing Disorder, 303-221-7827
Our innovative Mental Health Intensive Mentorship consists of a three-day course where mental health providers develop a sensory processing lens to view behaviors associated with presenting mental health concerns. Participants will develop critical thinking pathways for Sensory Processing Disorder recognition and impact on clients'presenting problem areas and develop a toolbox of assessment strategies and resources to use in practice for evaluation, referral and education. Learning Objectives: Understand and describe foundations of sensory processing functions. Understand and use sensory language and concepts to describe clinical observations of client behavior. Develop hypotheses through assessment regarding possible sensory contributors to behavior presentations. Consider sensory components in differential diagnosis process Enhance foundational understanding of neurological contributors to associated presentations of ASD, ADHD, Anxiety Disorder across the lifespan Identify issues associated with sensory processing disorder in various environments (home, school, community) and how they contribute clients' presenting problems across the lifespan Compare major components of typical development vs. uneven development vs. global delays in development for children and youth. Recognize signs of when to refer, to who and what their treatment should look like. Learn More...

Thu, Nov 9 - Thu, Dec 14Secrets of Friendship Workshop Gr 3-5 Nov. 9, 303-915-4421
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...

Mon, Nov 13 - Mon, Nov 13Solution-Focused Brief Therapy 101, 303-941-4497
Heard about Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and wondering what it really is? This is the course for you. This one-day training offers all the basic information about Solution-Focused Brief Therapy as well as gives specific examples throughout the day regarding how this approach works with mental health disorders, including substance dependence and misuse. The focus of this training is on gaining the knowledge through discussions and other didactic methods and on seeing the approach in action through demonstrations. This is the ideal class for those who want to really understand what SFBT is and how it works with complex problems in order to determine if this is something they want to learn more about. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Tue, Nov 14 - Tue, Nov 14Advanced Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, 303-941-4497
For those who have already taken a class on Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, here is the opportunity to take those skills to a new level. Applying these simple principles can be difficult, and this class, Advanced Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, provides a safe environment to fine tune your knowledge and learn to apply this approach to some of the most difficult client situations. This class is designed to be taken multiple times in a "practice lab" fashion. It is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Wed, Nov 15 - Wed, Nov 15Solution-Focused Substance Misuse Treatment, 303-941-4497
Substance misuse is increasingly common with clients who seek services for a variety of other problems. This one-day training offers valuable information about Solution-Focused Brief Therapy as well as gives specific examples throughout the day regarding how this approach is effective with those who struggle with substance dependence and misuse. The focus of this training is on gaining knowledge through discussions and other didactic methods and on seeing the approach in action through demonstrations and role plays. This is the ideal class for those who want to really understand what SFBT is and how it works with complex problems. It is a useful class for those who are experienced with Solution-Focused Brief Therapy as well as those who are new to the approach. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Thu, Nov 16 - Thu, Nov 16Kate Thompson - Existential Counseling, 303 870 5775
Colorado Association of Psychotherapists Presents: We just confirmed Kate Thompson as speaker. Kate is a BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) senior registered counselor and supervisor who uses an existential approach to her work. Kate is a core faculty member of the Therapeutic Writing Institute (Denver), on the staff of the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (London), an associate of the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute and serves on the council of the National Association of Journal Writing. She is also a journal therapist, workshop facilitator and published author of several books and articles. November 16, 2017 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Boulder Egg & I, 2574 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80305 Continuing Competency Credits Learn More...

Thu, Nov 16 - Thu, Nov 16Solution-Focused Basics Overview, 303-941-4497
This abbreviated class gives an overview of Solution-Focused Thinking. The focus of this training is on understanding the tenets and philosophy developed by Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg and on recognizing the key interventions. Participants will be able to understand how they can use this different way of thinking about problems and solutions. This is the ideal training for those who want to continue using their current treatment modalities, but would like to incorporate solution-focused ideas and interventions. This training is also ideal for non-therapists (teachers, administrators, ministers, nurses, etc.) who want to learn a new way to interact with people and think about change. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Thu, Nov 16 - Thu, Nov 16Using Solution-Focused Thinking to Help People Cope with Grief and Loss, 303-941-4497
This course is designed to introduce professionals to solution-focused thinking as it was originally developed by Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer and teach them how to use these principles to help people learn to cope with grief and loss. Professionals will learn to identify signs of grief and gain the ability to effectively use questions and other solution-focused interventions to assist in the grief process. Professionals will learn protective factors and how to use solution-focused thinking to decrease potential long-term effects of grief and loss. Learn More...

Mon, Dec 11 - Tue, Dec 12Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Basics, 303-941-4497
Ready to really start practicing and learning how to apply evidenced-based Solution-Focused Brief Therapy? Then this is the training for you. This 2-day intensive class provides all of the basics as well as plenty of demonstrations and times to practice. This is the ideal training for therapists who want to learn a new model and be able to leave the class and begin to practice this new way of working with clients. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Wed, Dec 13 - Wed, Dec 13Solution-Focused Supervision and Management, 303-941-4497
Looking for an energizing way to supervise/manage people? This fun, jam-packed class explores how to take solution-focused principles and interventions and use them effectively in a management setting. How to work with difficult people and address challenging scenarios will also be addressed. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed, implemented, and supervised programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Thu, Dec 14 - Thu, Dec 14Solution-Focused Group Therapy, 303-941-4497
Do you work with groups? Learning how to apply Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with individuals, couples, and families can be difficult enough. This training takes on the challenge of using this approach effectively in a group setting. Solution-Focused Group Therapy provides a safe environment to fine tune your knowledge about this evidenced-based approach and learn to apply this approach to a group treatment modality. This class is taught by international trainer, consultant, and author, Teri Pichot. Pichot studied under Insoo Kim Berg and has developed and implemented programs that utilized Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with some of the most challenging populations including addiction and chronic mental illness. The training will be held at the Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Littleton, Colorado. Learn More...

Fri, Dec 15 - Fri, Dec 15Solution-Focused Animal-Assisted Therapy, 303-941-4497
Do you love dogs and wonder how you can bring the therapeutic benefits of the human-animal bond into a professional setting? This training explains how to effectively use highly trained therapy dogs in the change process. How to address allergies, phobias, and liability are just some of the many elements covered. In addition, this training demonstrates how a therapy dog can be purposefully used to make therapeutic gains that humans alone cannot. Lastly, we will cover how to use your clients' own pets and the subject of animals in a therapeutic way when involving an actual therapy dog in the session is just not possible. Learn More...

Thu, Jan 25 2018 - Thu, Feb 22 2018Young Friends Workshop Gr K-2 Jan. 25, 303-915-4421
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...

Thu, Mar 1 2018 - Thu, Apr 5 2018Secrets of Friendship Workshop Gr 6-9 Mar 1, 303-915-4421
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...

Thu, Apr 19 2018 - Thu, May 17 2018Secrets of Friendship Workshop Gr 3-5 Apr 19, 303-915-4421
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
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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