Boulder Psychotherapy Institute

Advanced Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) — since 1989

An Experiential Psychodynamic Gestalt Approach   •   Boulder, Colorado

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Tue, Dec 12 - Tue, Dec 12. “A Primer for Using Cannabis as an Adjunct to Therapy”, 3108047281
Calling All Therapists & Medical Practitioners Please join Roslyn Dauber, Medical Cannabis Navigator/Consultant For a Free Zoom presentation On December 12, 2023 Noon Mountain time. RSVP: “A Primer for Using Cannabis as an Adjunct to Therapy” Are your clients using cannabis products for their physical or emotional well-being? Can marijuana be used as part of the therapeutic process? Did you know that hemp based CBD and cannabis based THC are completely different industries regulated separately effecting the quality of products? Did you know that thousands of evidence based peer reviewed studies have indicated cannabis, in conjunction with recommended medical treatment, helps people with a variety of conditions? - Alleviate Chronic Pain - Sleeplessness - Anxiety - Depression - Side Effects of Cancer treatments - Enables Reduction of Opioid Use, or Complete Cessation PTSD And medical conditions: Epilepsy; Parkinson’s ; M.S.; Migraines Tourette’s Syndrome; Inflammation We look at safety and efficacy. Cannabis is not a proven cure for these conditions but can alleviate aggravating symptoms. About Roslyn Dauber: I returned to school to earn an MS from the University of Maryland Pharmacy School in Medical Cannabis Science & Therapeutics awarded in 2022. (the first program on its kind in the US.) As a former university journalism professor (Univ. of Colorado, Boulder) and award winning documentary filmmaker, I am an experienced educator and journalist specializing in science & medicine. I am also a two time cancer survivor, well versed in the pressure of making decisions in a life-threatening medical crisis and navigating that medical system. I am currently and successfully in a clinical trial using immunotherapy. Please join me for an hour of useful insights: Learn More...

Wed, Dec 13 - Wed, Dec 13. Diverse Counselors’ Voices: Asian-American Experiences, 720-260-4294
Diverse Counselors’ Voices: Asian-American Experiences Wednesday, Dec 13th, 6-7:30pm MT Online speaking panel + Q&A. CE credits available. Hosted by COMBINE (Colorado Medicaid Behavioral Health Provider Network). Iris Cartwright (LPC) and Liz Zhou (LPCC) will share about Asian-American experiences - unpacking nuances about identity, culture, intergenerational dynamics, microaggressions, stereotypes, impacts of racial trauma, etc. This is an opportunity to expand your multicultural awareness and learn best practices for culturally-sensitive care. Please support the mission of COMBINE to uplift diverse counselors’ voices and support clients of diverse backgrounds. Even if you cannot attend the event live, there will be a recording sent out afterward — so please register for a ticket, which will provide direct financial support for this important systemic work. LINK TO REGISTER: Learn More...

Sat, Jan 20 2024 - Sat, Jan 20 2024. Elevate Your Psychotherapy Practice with Success Coaching!, 3038345040
Are you a psychotherapist seeking to supercharge your professional and personal success? Unlock the next level of achievement with our cutting-edge Success Coaching for Psychotherapists program! Discover the three essential differences between psychotherapy and coaching, and learn how to attract and retain long-term, ideal clients who crave success-oriented guidance. I. THREE ESSENTIAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE PSYCHOTHERAPIST AND COACH Success coaching is all about achieving goals and bridging the gap between where you are and where you want to be. Utilize self-hypnosis and meditation techniques to clear subconscious blocks, transforming mindset, and propelling clients toward their objectives. Position yourself as a success coach, akin to a trainer helping an athlete secure the gold medal. Move beyond merely participating in the race; guide your clients to triumph in their professional and personal pursuits. Streamline paperwork processes for a hassle-free experience, making success coaching more accessible and appealing. II. HOW TO GET AND KEEP LONG-TERM IDEAL CLIENTS Uncover the secrets of finding small business owners who are ready to invest in their success. Learn how to show them the transformative power of success coaching and how it leads to not just financial gains but also an enhanced quality of life. Harness the power of the mind to position yourself as an expert in success coaching. $225 10-2pm to register 303-83-5040 zoilita@zolitarantnet Learn More...

Mon, Jan 22 2024 - Tue, Jan 30 2024. Divorce Support Workshops and Seminars - Niwot, Fort Collins, Cherry Creek, 720-600-2763
- Consider the program that has helped thousands move forward in a supportive community. - See why hundreds of graduates recommend Rebuilding Seminars to people they know and care about. - Learn how to feel better and move forward through connection to others experiencing the end of a relationship. Rebuilding Seminars includes a proven healing process, isolation-busting social activities, new friendships, support, guidance, reflection, and even a bit of humor. Fort Collins, Cherry Creek, and Niwot locations Clients can start healing by joining a 90-min evening Rebuilding Introductory Workshop. Introductory Workshops: - Monday, Dec 11, 6:30-8p in Fort Collins - Monday, Jan 8, 6:30-8p in Cherry Creek 10-week Winter Rebuilding Seminars start in January: Niwot: Jan 7 - Mar 10 Fort Collins: Jan 8 - Mar 11 Denver: Jan 22 - Apr 8 Space is limited. Learn more at Learn More...

Sat, Mar 8 2025 - Sat, Dec 6 2025

Coaching in a New Key: An Applied Existential Approach

Sat, Mar 8 2025 - Sat, Dec 6 2025

Betty Cannon and Robyn Chauvin, BPI - 303 494 0393

This class offers a thorough 60-hour certification training in Applied Existential Coaching. At the request of students who took our first class in 2022, we have added much more experiential work and breakout practice so that you leave with a thorough grounding in basic principles and interventions. If you have found that you like working online and would like to add coaching to your repertoire, this may be the class for you. Unlike therapy, which is limited by state laws, coaching can be done across state lines or actually anywhere in the world. But it is important to know the difference and to have training in coaching if you are going to do this legally and ethically. The training we are offering is an in-depth approach to existential coaching. We will talk about principles and techniques, demonstrate them, show examples from videotapes, introduce experiential exercises, and ask you to practice the approach with other students. The workshop offers a thorough grounding in theory and fundamental interventions along with a taste of what existential relational and group coaching look like. Both coaches and therapists are welcome. Participants completing the training will receive a 60-hour Certificate of Study in Applied Existential Coaching.

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