A three-day workshops with Jules Morgaine, Certified Hakomi Trainer
ADELAIDE: Fri 27 Oct—Sun 29 Oct 2017
Our early experiences of connection – or lack of connection, form a blueprint for future relating. Despite our best efforts we often find ourselves continuing to operate out of these patterns.
Clients bring to us their identified problems and, significantly, their own patterns of relationship. Our intention as therapists is to provide a context in which it is possible for our clients to heal/change and become more empowered in their lives. However when we attempt to address the problem without understanding the underlying relational pattern change is often slow and at times frustrating for both client and therapist.
Secondly, we bring our own relationship blue-print to the therapeutic process. It is in fully understanding these patterns in both our clients and ourselves that we are most able to be effective in our interventions.
In this workshop based in Mindfulness and Hakomi principles and techniques there will be opportunity through a variety of teaching, experiential exercises and discussion to:
- Explore various generic relationship blue-prints
- Gain skills in recognizing these patterns in clients/others
- Gain a deeper understanding of our own patterns of relating
- Recognise ways in which we do not fully connect
- Experiment with ways to extend beyond limiting patterns
While this workshop will be largely aimed towards those working therapeutically with others it will also be useful for those who wish to apply the material to intimate relationships, parenting and other helping/teaching roles.
Date and Times
Friday 27 October: 9.30 am – 5.30pm
Saturday 28 October: 9.30 am – 5.30pm
Sunday 29 October: 9.30 am – 4.30 pm
Group of 3 or more paying together $460
Early bird $485 (if paid by September1st 2017). Full fee $525
No cancellations or refunds after 10 October 2017.
Sophia (Conference Centre)
225 Cross Rd, Cumberland Park SA 5041