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December 2015

$30


Trauma-informed Clinical Supervision Group

December 2, 2015 @ 8:00 am5:00 pm

Twice-a-month clinical supervision group for therapists who want to take their practice to a higher level and deepen their grasp of interpersonal neurobiology, trauma and toxic stress, and vicarious trauma.

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Free


Mind Your Career Webinar: The ‘Why’ of Executive Coaching

December 9, 2015 @ 10:00 am11:00 am

Online Webinar

Executive coaching is becoming a standard practice in many private, public, and non-profit organizations. This webinar will focus on the ‘why’ of executive coaching, especially as it applies to mid-career and seasoned leaders: How do leaders expand applied wisdom within organizations? How do organizations nurture and sustain leaders who are organizationally savvy, emotionally astute, and visionary? How do coaches help create capacity for systems thinking, the ability to tolerate complexity and ambiguity, and what author Marty Linsky has called “adaptive…

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September 2016

$100 – $120


Clinical Ethics: Professional Boundaries and Intercultural Awareness

September 8, 2016 @ 8:30 am4:00 pm

Kennedy School,

5736 Northeast 33rd Avenue

Portland,

OR

97211

United States


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B O U N D A R I E S. They’re the hallmark of clinical ethics. They help us to stay true to our purpose and focused on our role as professional helpers.  They protect clients from matters that can distract or interfere with getting their needs met. Boundaries uphold the integrity and public trust of the profession. But boundaries aren’t necessarily universal. Culture, privilege and social location, ethnicity, geography, and socioeconomic class status: these factors can complicate our perception of the…

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September 2017

$120 – $150


Mindful Supervision: Trauma-informed Tools and Practices

September 14

Kennedy School,

5736 Northeast 33rd Avenue

Portland,

OR

97211

United States


Using research from the field of interpersonal neurobiology, the workshop invites participants to review traditional beliefs about clinical supervision—which emphasize support, monitoring, and fidelity to practice models—and to update them. Participants learn to cultivate mindful attention during supervision, to bring an attuned awareness of the brain-body dialogue to their 1:1s and groups, and to maximize rewards and minimize threats hard-wired into any relationship with an authority figure. Most practitioners seeking supervision or consultation have significant exposure to the trauma stories…

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Posted by kronda
August 11, 2015