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Integral Therapy Training Weekend

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Training for Social Workers, Licensed Creative Arts Therapists and Mental Health Practitioners.

12 New York State CE credits for the above professions.*

Buddhist psychology offers us a different perspective on our work with difficult emotions and experiences. These difficult mind-states are referred to as “Hindrances”. Hindrances destabilize us. They cover our vulnerability and cloud our ability to see clearly. They interfere with our capacity to connect. The good news is that hindrances are not the problem. It is our response that is problematic and we can work with this.

Jaye and JacquieIn this workshop we will learn skills to respond and attend to our internal experience as difficult emotions, or hindrances arise. We will teach and demonstrate the practices of “pausing”, “naming”, “active investigation” and “compassionate presence”. We will draw upon Buddhist psychology as a resource. These practices support stability and presence. They also cultivate spontaneity and resilience and are applicable to any clinical style or orientation.

This training is designed for therapists and mental health practitioners who are interested in integrating mindful awareness, meditation, and compassion practices with their therapeutic work. It is also open for anyone who wants to explore relational mindfulness! This is an experiential program. We will draw upon both our personal and professional experiences. We will utilize group and dyad interaction as well as action exploration, (including role play, role reversal and empty chair exercise). Mindful awareness practices will be integrated throughout the training.

 

Date Saturday and Sunday, November 9th and 10th, 2019
Time; 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Fee: $300 (additional $20 fee for NYS Social Work CE credits) $275 for early registration by October 15. Scholarships are available.
Location: Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute 213 West 35th Street, 8th Floor (Room 806) New York, NY 10001
Facilitators: Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP and Jacquie Siroka, ACSW
Registration: For more information and registration, please contact:
Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP at 845-774-9364, email: , website: www.jayemoyer.com
Jacquie Siroka, ACSW, TEP at: 212-947-7111, email:  , website: www.integraltherapy.net

** Advanced registration and payment are required. **

*Sociometric Institute, Inc. SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social worker #0268, mental health counselors #MHC -0096 and licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0046.


 

A Path to Interpersonal Mindfulness: Cultivating Presence in the Relational Field

Training for Social Workers, Licensed Creative Arts Therapists and Mental Health Practitioners.

12 New York State CE credits for the above professions.*

In developing mindfulness we are growing our ability to be more present in our internal landscape. In interpersonal mindfulness we allow the lens to encompass what is happening around us in the context of the larger world. Close contact with others is our greatest longing but it also brings us into intimate contact with parts of ourselves and history where wounding has occurred. This is especially so when we are caught in a difficult encounter. Our painful and traumatic life experiences often frustrate our desire and ability to connect and be present. In this workshop we will learn to identify our internal narratives and attend mindfully to difficult emotions so that we can respond with greater skill and stability

This training is experiential and draws from personal experience. We utilize meditation, group and dyad interaction and action exploration, (including role play and role reversal). This training is designed for therapists or mental health practitioners interested in integrating mindful awareness, meditation, and compassionate presence within the therapeutic setting. However it is open to anyone who wants to explore interpersonal mindfulness!

At the completion of this training participants will have learned to:
1. Implement two techniques that help stabilize self and client,
2. Translate mindful awareness from meditation to the relational space,
3. Deepen the capacity to listen and to strengthen interpersonal connection.

Date Saturday and Sunday, April 25th and 26th, 2020
Time; 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Fee: $300 (additional $20 fee for NYS Social Work CE credits) $275 for early registration by October 15. Scholarships are available.
Location: Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute 213 West 35th Street, 8th Floor (Room 806) New York, NY 10001
Facilitators: Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP and Jacquie Siroka, ACSW
Registration: For more information and registration, please contact:
Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP at 845-774-9364, email: , website: www.jayemoyer.com
Jacquie Siroka, ACSW, TEP at: 212-947-7111, email:  , website: www.integraltherapy.net

** Advanced registration and payment are required. ** (Please make checks payable to Jacquie Siroka)

*Sociometric Institute, Inc. SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social worker #0268, mental health counselors #MHC -0096 and licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0046.


 

Interpersonal Mindfulness (Closed)

Training for Social Workers, Licensed Creative Arts Therapists and Mental Health Practitioners.
6 New York State CE credits* for the above professions

Mindfulness is about being present and aware. Interpersonal mindful awareness is being present and aware of what is happening inside, (mind, heart and body), aware of what is happening around, (environmental context) and aware of what is happening between us and others, (direct interpersonal field).
In developing mindfulness we are growing our ability to be more present in our internal experience. When we are mindful, we are more attuned to ourselves and others. We grow our capacity to respond with greater agency and skill.

Jaye and JacquieThe field of cognitive neuroscience firmly supports our intuition that we humans come pre-wired for social connection. Close contact with others is our greatest longing but it also brings us into close contact with parts ourselves that have been wounded. Our difficulty in the inter-personal world is that we are often emotionally triggered. Un-metabolized traumas frustrate our desire and ability to be present and connect. This is especially so when are caught in difficult encounters.

The path to interpersonal mindful awareness begins with the recognition that each of us possesses the ability observe our minds in action. In order to observe what our minds are thinking, we quiet the mind and body through meditation, investigating what calls our attention. We explore our narratives and recognize patterns that live in our bodies. We can offset narratives which are excessively critical and judgmental by cultivating compassion. This helps us to open to our narratives with curiosity and compassion instead of contempt and judgment. This attitude of caring attention creates safety for consciousness and is the gateway to intimate connections.
In this workshop we will learn skills to respond and attend to our internal narratives as well as the difficult emotions that often arise in the inter-personal world. The practices of “pausing”, “active investigation” and “compassionate presence” will be taught and demonstrated.

This will be a highly experiential program, utilizing group and dyad interaction as well as action exploration, (including role play and role reversal). While this day is designed for therapists or mental health practitioners who are interested in integrating mindful awareness, meditation, and compassion practices within their therapeutic work, it is also open for anyone who wants to explore relational mindfulness! These practices are resources that foster support, stability and presence. They cultivate spontaneity and resilience. They are applicable to any clinical style or orientation.

Date Saturday, May 11th, 2019
Time; 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Fee: Fee: 150.00 (Additional $20 fee for NYS Social Work CE credits)
Location: Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute 213 West 35th Street, 8th Floor Room 806 New York, NY 10001
Facilitators: Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP and Jacquie Siroka, ACSW
Registration: For more information and registration, please contact:
Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP at 845-774-9364, email: , website: www.jayemoyer.com
Jacquie Siroka, ACSW, TEP at: 212-947-7111, email:  , website: www.integraltherapy.net

** Advanced registration and payment are required. **

*Sociometric Institute, Inc. SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social worker #0268, mental health counselors #MHC -0096 and licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0046.

 


 

 

Integral Therapy Training Weekend (Closed)

“Opening to a Deeper Wisdom Within”

Integrating Mindfulness Awareness, Meditation and Compassion practice within our therapeutic practice work. 12 New York State CE credits for the above professions.*


The capacity to be present, steady and skillful when difficult mind states and situations emerge in the treatment setting is a practice that requires patience and training. Many of us know that it is often our own reactivity with others that confronts us with the greatest challenge in maintaining presence.

IntegralTherapy offers this training program focusing on the cultivation of presence. We will teach and practice fundamental supports for presence - mindful awareness and compassion. Our primary orientation will be experiential learning, including dyad sharing, group process and enactment.

This program is open to practitioners of all levels of experience. If deepening your capacity for presence would enhance your therapeutic work, (and/or your own personal practice), this training will be a valuable experience.

Date: Saturday, November 3d and Sunday, November 4th, 2018
Time: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Location:
Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute
213 West 35th Street, Suite 806 (8th floor) New York, NY 10001
Fee: Fee: $300 (additional $20 fee for NYS Social Work CE credits) Fee $275 for early registration by October 15. Scholarships are available.
Facilitators:
Jacquie Siroka, ACSW, TEP  & Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP
Registration: Email: | Phone: 212-947-7111 ext. 201
Email:  | Phone: 845-774-9364

*Sociometric Institute, Inc. SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social worker #0268, mental health counselors #MHC -0096 and licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0046.

 

A Cinematic History of Psychodrama: From Moreno to Modern

history of psychodrama

 Above is a documentary film about the history of psychodrama. [ Learn More ]

 


 

Integrating Mindful Awareness Practices with Psychodrama and Sociometry (Closed)

Working with Challenging Experiences

This training session is one of five offered by the Psychodrama Institute of New York. In this session we will be integrating Mindful Awareness practices with the powerful action techniques, methods and applications of psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy. Mindful Awareness practice helps us to recognize what is occurring both externally and internally. In challenging moments, it can facilitate presence and stability. The training will provide useful action techniques from a solid theoretical base and will also teach mindful awareness components.

While professionals will be offered CEU credit, this training is suitable for anyone with an interest in psychodrama or mindful awareness practice. Join us in this creative, spontaneous adventure.

 

Date & Time: Friday, February 1st, 2019 at 6 pm - 8:30 pm | Saturday, February 2d, 10 am - 4 pm
Location:
Sociometric Studios, a Division of the Sociometric Institute
213 West 35th Street, 8th Floor Room 806
New York, NY 10001
Fee: $190 for both sessions. 7.5 credits are available, (additional $20 fee for NYS Social Work CE credits)*
Facilitators:

Nan Nally-Seif, LCSW, TEP at 917-584-1136
Email: Web: www.nannallyseif.com

Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP at 845-774-9364
Email: Web: www.jayemoyer.com

Registration: For more information and registration, please contact Nan Nally-Seif, LCSW, TEP at or 917-584-1136 or Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP at 845-774-9364
Email:

 *Sociometric Institute, Inc., SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0268, mental health counsellors #MHC-0096, and licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0046.
**Advanced registration and payment are required**

 


 

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Testimonials

The value I receive from attendance in the workshops transcends both personal and professional space. Learning the techniques of deep reflection requires the time to pause, reflect—and discover. Moving from internal reflection to integration and then external action, requires a different set of tools—and practice, practice, practice! The ability to learn these techniques in a mutually-supportive environment with talented and knowledgeable guides and mentors is a...
Marete A. Wester Director of Arts Policy, Americans for the Arts
“You provide a gentle atmosphere of trust by your presence… In my mind, I finally have been able to move beyond the pain by imagining getting validation and support for the injustice; both have been empowering actions that have moved me from the paralysis (caught in the headlight) of victimhood- especially the Benefactor [practice])… I learned to physically connect with my body and soothe myself and have found an amazing way to do so, one I never thought of...
Taz (Time In Sunday workshop participant)
The psychodrama master class was excellent. The teacher was wonderful; the class size was perfect." "The most valuable session I attended was Jaye Moyer's "Active Compassion: Mindfulness in Psychodrama & Group Process." The session was very small (8 participants) and was tremendous as a self-care and re-centering exercise. I have no training in psychodrama, but the experience was very powerful." "Very therapeutic!...excited to roll out with clients &...
Neuroscience to Clinical Practice, VA Spring 2014 Institute: Mindfulness, Compassion & the Arts in Therapy
“I have deep gratitude for all the learning experiences I have had with Jacquie and Jaye. They have an inspiring gentle presence that they bring to all of their workshops… Jacquie and Jaye have perfectly merged the here & now philosophy of psychodrama with the practice of mindfulness allowing people to develop and rehearse the behaviors of compassion… I encourage every clinician to learn from Jacquie and Jaye as it will grow your own compassion, bring the practice...
Scottie Urmey, LCSW, TEP
The first time I stepped into the Labyrinth I was very naive to the journey I was about to take. I had no expectation, but stepped gingerly, not sure how many walls I would bump into and bounce off of along my way. I had never experienced psychodrama before and am grateful to the women I journeyed with who gently held my hand and guided me. I was unprepared for the raw emotion and the profound learning, and thankful for the incredibly safe and loving environment Jaye...
Sheryl Robinson Bagalio Worldwide Director, Regulatory Affairs

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