Thu, Oct 08|
Online Retreat 3.5 days
Cultivating Compassion in a World on Fire :: An Intensive Retreat for Mental Health Professionals and Caregivers
Time & Location
Oct 08, 2020, 8:00 PM – Oct 12, 2020, 10:00 AM
Online Retreat 3.5 days
About The Event
FUTURE NOTES/CONSIDERATIONS 2021 RETREAT (esp if Online):
Add "Needs CEs" to Registration Form. Also see #1 & 2 under read all information. And added schedule subject to change and final schedule will be sent in reminder emails.
Sent "pre retreat" message from B&S then separate email with Zoom link, schedule and other pertinent info.
Registration list to B&S, Assisitant Teachers and Rene.
Rene handled CEs after the retreat. Janine sent post retreat "thank you" email with link to audio recordings (video upon request) and note from Bill and Susan eith dana link.
Copper Beech 2020: An Online Retreat :: Registration closes Oct 6th
Please read all information before registering and particularly note:
1. This retreat is designed specifically for therapists and caregivers who have previously worked with Bill and Susan. If you have not yet experienced their teaching and would like to attend, please email Bill at email@example.com before registering.
2. In order to obtain CEs you must attend all sessions.
Cultivating Compassion in a World on Fire: An Intensive Retreat for Mental Health Professionals and Caregivers
with Bill Morgan PsyD and Susan Morgan MSN, RN, CS
October 8-12 (Thursday PM to Monday AM)
Seismic shifts catalyzed by a pandemic, racial violence, and the environmental crisis have changed the world. There is no going back; we must find our way forward.
What does upaya, skillful means, look like, during a time of unprecedented global upheaval? Right now, directed mindfulness practices, specifically compassion practices for the self, others and the world, can afford us the stability and heartfulness necessary to hold and navigate these challenging times. These practices can be a source of grounding and nourishment for the heart that is tired, frightened, angry, depressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or grieving.
Even in this digital medium our teaching will be experience-near, focusing on mindfulness practices that are relevant both personally and interpersonally, particularly in the delivery of accurate empathy and therapeutic presence.
Our time will be divided between short daily mindfulness meditation instructions followed by guided meditations, with periods of sitting, standing and walking meditation each day; small group discussions and Q&A.
Between online meditation sessions, participants will be encouraged to minimize screen time and interactions with others to facilitate a deeper contemplative experience.
This retreat is designed specifically for therapists and caregivers who have previously worked with Bill and Susan. If you have not yet experienced their teaching and would like to attend, please email Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org before registering.
Continuing Education (Scroll down for CE details below):
12 CEs available for those attending this program at no additional fee.
To obtain CEs, participants must attend all sessions.
The registration fee for the entire course is $150, which includes CEs.
A confirmation email is sent once you register and submit payment. You will be sent a zoom link within 48 hours of the start of the retreat.
If you must pay by check, please contact Janine: BillandSusanMindfulness@gmail.com
You will have the opportunity to offer teacher dana and this will be further discussed during the retreat
- If you cancel before Sept 1st, you'll receive a 50% refund.
- No refunds after Sept 1st.
SCHEDULE (EDT): Schedule subject to change. Final schedule will be sent with reminder emails.
Friday- Sunday: 8-10 am, 10:30-11:15 am (optional), 2-4 pm, 7-9 pm
CE Learning objectives:
1.) Participants will utilize mindfulness and compassion practices in the service of being present and deepening therapeutic presence.
2.) Participants will be able to define the concept of self-compassion and identify misconceptions.
3.) Participants will learn to implement mindfulness and compassion-based interventions for chronic feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt.
4.) Participants will understand how the theory and practice of self-compassion relates to mindfulness.
5.) Participants will learn how to arouse compassion during the clinical hour to enhance empathic resonance.
6.) Participants will learn how to integrate simple mindfulness and compassion exercises into psychotherapy.
12 CE credits for this retreat are offered through the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy.
Psychologists: The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This course offers 12 hours of credit.
Licensed Mental Health Counselors: The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6048. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. This program is approved for 12 clock hours. It is also applicable for MaMHCA/MMCEP hours for re-licensure, in accordance with 262 CMR.
Social Workers: Application for social work continuing education credits has been submitted. Please contact Rene Fay at email@example.com for the status of social work CE accreditation.
Nurses: This program carries 12 contact hours and meets the specifications of the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (244 CMR 5.00).
For any CE related questions, please contact Rene Fay at firstname.lastname@example.org
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