This four-day class is craniosacral training in the use of somato-emotional expression and dialogue to facilitate the process of transition known as death, and the transitions of loss as in divorce, job loss, loss of limb, loss of a pet, etc. This training is an in-depth look at what death means to you and how as a therapist, we can facilitate healthy change for the patient going through this biological process of loss.
Definitions of death and transition
Ego and physical identity
Techniques and strategies to assist the active loss process
Viewing loss from the standpoints of therapist, patient and survivor
Facilitating the therapeutic expression of loss by the patient
Strategies to support the families and survivors
Students will develop the ability to be grounded, present and confident in order to support the biological process of loss and death as it unfolds for the patient.
4 Day Class with Instructor Don Ash
Dates in 2013: March, October 10-13, 2013 (Rochester, NH) and
November 7-10, 2013 (Edmonton, AB, Canada)
Registration Fee: $598. (A $200 deposit is required with each registration.)
Prerequisite: SE2 or Equivalent
Study guides will be provided at the class.
CADD: Craniosacral Therapy Around Death and Dying
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