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March 23 – 25, 2018
The Experiential Healing Center is offering a training in SomEx: A Somatic Experiential Intervention to Treat Trauma and Addiction.

Certification is offered to counseling professionals, but the training is open to anyone wanting to enhance their practice with a deeper understanding of the neurophysiology of trauma, emotion, and self-regulation. Some of the professions we have worked with are massage therapists, speech therapists, alcohol and drug counselors, physicians and, of course, psychotherapists.  A professional can participate in one module, or attend all four modules and participate in supervision for certification. This four-module training is designed to give therapists the tools to transform the nervous system around issues of trauma.  Participants will:

  • Develop a working knowledge of the neurobiological aspects of trauma on the body.

  • Practice Emotional Regulation techniques.

  • Practice Experiential techniques to help uncouple the freeze in traumatized individuals.

  • Learn interventions for harmony and repair around core attachment wounds.

COST: $595 for each module with student discounts or payment plans as an option.
WHERE: Hazel House PLLC, 1503 16th Avenue South, Nashville TN 37212
WHEN: March 23rd-25th, 2018 from 9am-5pm each day. Lunch is not provided
TO REGISTER: Go to somextraining.com, or for information contact our front office at 901-372-0710 or somextraining@gmail.com

April 6-13, 2018
Centered Program:   Details, please click<https://www.onsiteworkshops.com/programs/balanced-living/living-centered-program/>
$5100 include room, meals, and BNA transport.

April 13-20, 2018 
Trauma Program:   Details, please click<https://www.onsiteworkshops.com/programs/balanced-living/healing-trauma/>
$5300 include room, meals, and BNA transport.

April 11-14, 2018
Bethesda Workshops is excited to offer an intensive workshop for teen females ages 15-18 (18-year-olds still in high school) who are acting out sexually and their parents. This clinical intensive workshop is family-based, rather than a program just for the adolescent girls themselves. Whoever is identified as the girl’s parents (whether parents or step-parents – those who have primary residential and legal responsibility for the teen) are REQUIRED to attend. The workshop is a group process where multiple families attend at the same time (normally four to six families). The participants move between brief educational segments, activities, and group settings. Some of the groups are separate gatherings of the girls and another group for the parents, where each population has a safe space to share their challenges as a family. Other groups are family therapy (with the girls and parents together) in a multi-family group setting with a male and female group leader. The intensive is active, experiential, and engaging for both the teen and the parents.

WHEN:  April 11-14, 2018 (Wednesday 1:00 pm – Saturday 3:00 pm).
FEES: The workshop fee includes all lodging and meals for all family members attending. (Families will be housed in an executive suite at a nearby hotel.) Insurance does not cover the cost, but a no-interest payment plan is available.

Healing for Teen Females & Their Parents

April 19 – 20, 2018
Institute for Family Conflict Resolution (IFCR) Presents
Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce Training
WHEN: 9 AM – 5 PM each day
WHERE: Williamson County Chamber of Commerce
5005 Meridian Blvd., #150
Franklin, TN 37067

The Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce Training guides participants through a collaborative case, from the initial consultations a prospective client has with each professional to a mutually acceptable durable resolution of the whole case. The curriculum is practical and interactive, with a “teach-demonstrate-practice” approach. We address the foundational philosophy of Collaborative Divorce, the various roles the professionals play in the case, and the specific steps through which most cases move, integrating experiential opportunities throughout the training. The curriculum provides opportunities for participants to gain feedback and practice throughout the training. This training is recommended for lawyers, mental health professionals and financial specialists who have an interest in offering this innovative process to their divorce clients.

Participants leave the training with a clear understanding of both how and why the Collaborative Divorce process so often works for families and how to market that message to potential clients.

For more information and to register go to Register Today

April 21, 2018
Institute for Family Conflict Resolution (IFCR) Presents:
Advanced Collaborative Divorce Training
WHEN: 9 AM – 5 PM each day
WHERE: Williamson County Chamber of Commerce
5005 Meridian Blvd., #150
Franklin, TN 37067

We will explore a number of more advanced issues that come up in Collaborative Divorce work, including topics such as effective legal advocacy within the collaborative frame, how collaborative professionals can avoid over and under functioning in their roles in cases, and tools for dealing with impasse. The training will be most meaningful for participants who have completed an Introductory Collaborative Divorce training and have worked at least three cases. This training is for mental health professionals, lawyers, and financial professionals.

For more information and to register go to Register Today

May 8 – 12, 2018
Experiential Retreat for Behavioral Health Professionals
SyNAPSE is a heart-centered, mindfulness-based, meaning-full approach to living fully human using simple, effective tools for Self-Caring

Dr. Joan Borysenko, Harvard-trained cell biologist, licensed psychologist, spiritual guide, NY Times best-selling author and world-renowned expert in the mind-body connection and Dr. Gilah Rosner, Molecular geneticist, holistic nutritionist, herbalist, spiritual teacher, caterer/home chef

For more information and to register:  Register Now

May 18-20, 2018
Conversations on Captivity and Freedom: A three-day training in somatic psychology
Presenters: Kenneth Robinson, M.S., M.T.S. and Linda Manning, Ph.D.

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5pm
Cost:  $375; Nonrefundable deposit of $250 due by April 18, 2018
Remainder due on May 18.  After the April deadline, the cost increases to $450.
To register: Send deposit to
Kenneth Robinson
1319 Sweetbriar Avenue
Nashville, TN  37212

For more information: http://kennethrobinson.net

Summer 2018
For the fifth year, Currey Ingram Academy will be offering the ADHD Summer Treatment Program for students ages 8-12 with ADHD. This intensive six-week summer treatment program is designed like a day camp and includes academic time, outdoor play and games, social skills work, and more.  All activities are designed to help students better self-regulate, listen attentively and learn important social, academic and motor skills that will help them live more productive lives.

If you have clients who might benefit from this summer program, please share this information. Historically the camp fills up quickly. Here is a link to the program for more information: http://www.curreyingramcamps.org/camps/adhd/.

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