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NOTE: CE credits are available for US customers only.
In recent years we’ve seen extraordinary breakthroughs from the combination of Western psychotherapy and spiritual practice. From the “mindfulness revolution” to the prescription of yoga for PTSD and other challenges, this emerging synthesis of the scientific and the spiritual is transforming our approach to health and healing.
The Psychotherapy and Spirituality Summit brings you more than 30 hours of teachings from our 30 presenters.
Who Is This Course For? Professionals including but not limited to psychologists, psychoanalysts, counselors, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists, chemical dependency counselors, nurses, occupational therapists, and other teachers and educators. You can earn up to 30 Continuing Education credits for professional development and certification, provided by R. Cassidy Seminars upon completion of the course.
Course Objectives: Describe four realms of spiritual awakening in the Soulcraft model; define interoception; define Dynamic Attachment Re-Patterning Experience; describe the research about use of psychedelics in addiction treatment; describe the steps of the Realization Process; describe ways that yoga and psychotherapy complement each other; explain Embedded Relational Mindfulness; describe the role of the body in healing from past wounds; describe the proactive features of nondual meditation; describe how to recognize core wounds and how to utilize them for healing; define the Internal Family Systems therapy model; explain how Shadow work integrates psychotherapy and spirituality; describe equanimity and ways to cultivate it; describe holotropic states—the phenomenon of spiritual “emergencies”; describe the structure of Self and the Psyche from a yogic perspective.
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