Transformational Chairwork/4 Dialogues - A Two-Day Workshop - Montréal
Drawing on the clinical wisdom and practices of a wide range of Gestalt and integrative psychotherapists, this Two-Day Transformational Chairwork/Four Dialogues Training is designed to introduce therapists to the art and science of Chairwork, or psychotherapeutic dialogues, in an active, creative, and clinically useful manner.
Using clinical storytelling, role-plays, and live demonstrations, participants will learn how to use this technique to address a number of common clinical issues.
Day 1: Resolving Inner Conflicts; Healing from Loss and Grief; Voice Dialogue – Working with Parts.
Day 2: Coping with Difficult Relationships; Overcoming Trauma and Interpersonal Mistreatment; Engaging the Inner Critic/Challenging Self-Hatred; and Developing the Capacity for Self-Compassion.
The course will go from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day.
The fee for the workshop is Canadian $ 450.
There are a few Community Donation options available.
Continuing Education credits are available: L’OPQ: Transformational Chairwork: A Two-Day Training: No de reconnaissance de votre activité: RA02901-19 (12 heures)
The training will be in English with French support by Dr. Claire Carrière and Nadine Kellogg.
For information in Montreal, please contact Dr. Claire Carrière: email@example.com
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These workshops involve working with personal material and/or the experiences that one has had in working with patients and clients in their clinical practice. To promote safety, we will ask all participants to abide by clinical confidentiality. Nonetheless, these workshops can be a profound and quite emotional experience at times. Each participant is responsible for their own mental and emotional health and they are encouraged to pause and/or take whatever steps are necessary to process the material that comes up in the role-plays and demonstrations.
Please Note: The Transformational Chairwork trainings are open to Mental Health, Addiction Treatment, and Harm Reduction Professionals, Students, and Trainees. All others must obtain specific permission from Dr. Kellogg (firstname.lastname@example.org) to attend. Thank you.