Process Weekend for Therapists and Healthcare Professionals: Exploring Internal and External Supports for Practitioners
OCTOBER 26-27, 2019
As therapists and healthcare practitioners, we interact with our clients and patients on intimate and evocative levels. The impact of our relational work with others reaches us emotionally, physically and spiritually – and in ways that can affect us beneath our day-to-day awareness.
Ironically, for as much as we tell our clients and patients about the importance of support and self-care, we are often un- or under-supported by self and others. This process weekend is an opportunity to explore our internal and external supports in a confidential group of peers. The format for the weekend will be experiential, focusing on relational, embodied patterns and ‘unfinished business’ that develops and/or becomes more embedded in our work.
Please note that this is an experiential group for professional practitioners and is not group therapy or supervision/case consultation. This group is designed for practitioners who are interested in exploring their own process.
Facilitators: Michael Clemmens, Ph.D. and Renee Jennings, LCSW. As co-facilitators for this weekend, we hold the intention to create with you an environment that fosters exploring what it means to participate in a transformational process – one that occurs daily, and even hourly. We will emphasize how we carry and embody ourselves in our encounters with clients and in our own bodily energy. An ongoing process group for therapists and healthcare professionals will begin in January 2020.
Date and Time: Saturday, October 26 and Sunday, October 27, 9:30am – 5:00pm
*Space is very limited. Pre-registration and payment in full required to reserve your space.
**Payment must be received no later than Friday, September 20th. No refunds for cancellations after October 10, 2019.
To register, email Renee (email@example.com) or click “Register” to contact Renee through her contact form.
Location: Pittsburgh, PARegister