The Power of Mindfulness
Blending Eastern Spiritual Traditions with Western Counseling
workshop is an introduction to the Hakomi Method of Experiential
Psychology. Learn Tools for applying Mindfulness and the power of this
technique when paired with other approaches.
This two-day workshop is an introduction to the Hakomi Method of Experiential Psychology. In the Hakomi approach, the therapist employs Mindfulness to facilitate the unfolding of a client's consciousness, allowing subconscious, or even unconscious, beliefs to emerge into the light. Discover the efficacy of Mindfulness and its relevance to short term therapy. Learn practical tools for applying Mindfulness when working with others and the profound power of this easy-to-learn technique when blended with other approaches you already know.
Saturday, October 12 / 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and
Sunday, October 13 / 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. / $249 ($275 after Sept. 27)
This two-day workshop will be conducted on the Bellarmine Campus. Details given upon registration.
Gaiser is currently a Hakomi Trainer and a Senior Trainer with the
Matrix Leadership Institute, an organization devoted to cultivating
conscious collaboration and human sustainability in groups and
businesses. His quest for embodied spirituality was launched in 1981
when he first studied Hakomi with Ron Kurtz. He has been on the Hakomi
faculty since the late 1980s and taught in the U.S. and abroad for
Hakomi Integrative Somatics founded by at Ogden. Gregory currently
resides in Austin, TX.
Who Should Enroll
who benefit from Hakomi training are: traditional psychotherapists,
social workers, pastoral counselors, yoga teachers, movement and art
therapists and teachers.
- Social Workers earn 12 CEUs.