Embodied Boundaries: Establishing Safety & Differentiating Self from Other | Supported by CCSME

Where does self end and other begin? How can ‘we' be a safe experience? Learn about the natural development of ‘boundary' from a somatic and developmental perspective. This workshop will help therapists work psychophysically with clients around self regulation and relational issues. The day will primarily be experiential, with some time provided for conceptual integration through discussion.

6 contact hours for psychologists, social workers, licensed clinical professional counselors, continuing health education specialists, corrections and behavioral health professionals. Contact hours for licensed alcohol and drug counselors are pending.

CCSME Members - $40 | Nonmembers - $60