Transforming Self, Transforming World

September 18th, 2013

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AFTERTHOUGHTS: Conversation & Networking

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David Loy, Ph.D. professor, writer, and Zen teacher What is the connection between our personal transformation and the transformation of society? Buddhism emphasizes the relationship between dukkha (our inability to enjoy life) and Continue reading

EMDR and Christian Counseling

October 16th, 2013Lesley Goth, PsyDLesley Goth, PsyD, will be sharing practical ways to engage with Christian clients using EMDR to help process through their trauma. Many Christian people have been taught to Continue reading

Hardwired: The 10 Major Traits of Women

November 20th, 2013Alexia Parks Co-Founder, 56percent.org authorAlexia Parks, co-founder of 56percent.org will describe what she calls the “New Science” of a woman’s brain. The focus is on the hardwired brain, the brain that is hardwired by evolutionary biology over 100,000 years or more. In her ground-breaking work, she reports on Continue reading

Shame: How It Works and How to De-Activate It

December 18th, 2013Cedar Barstow, M.Ed., C.H.T. Hakomi Institute and Right Use of Power Institute Shame is an extremely strong emotion that has a deeper and more disempowering impact than most people know, because one of shame's main aims to keep it secret. This presentation will Continue reading

RX: JOY -Using Yourself as Medicine

January 15th, 2014

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AFTERTHOUGHTS: Conversation & Networking

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Rohini Kanniganti, MD, MSPHBoard certified family physician, Rocky Mountain Senior CareJoyfulness is both a spontaneous expression of health as well as an essential ingredient in the healing of dissociation and dis-ease. Years of schooling and doctoring bring me to this: We are the healing medicine we seek. We are each stuffed to the gills with capacity for joy, and with resources for healing ourselves and others. I invite you in this presentation to study Continue reading

The Tree and Me: Finding Life Purpose Through Connecting with Nature

February 19th, 2014Priscilla Stuckey, PhD, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CAPrescott College, Prescott, AZAmong nature's many healing gifts is the power to stimulate creativity and help individuals clarify their sense of purpose and meaning in life. I will share stories of Continue reading

Celtic Spirituality and Personal Growth

March 19th, 2014Stan Adamson, D.Min., Presbyterian Minister, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.Pastor, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Boulder, ColoradoCeltic spirituality has its roots in the ancient past, and influenced a vibrant, non-Roman expression of Christianity, flowering in the 5th-7th centuries C.E. Celtic Christianity resonates with contemporary concerns such as earth care, gender equality and de-centralized authority and community. Expressing itself in music, graphic arts, and poetic prayer, Celtic Christianity and spirituality can be a way toward Continue reading

Understanding and Treating People with Chronic Pain

April 16th, 2014

Note: The Mapleton Cafeteria is now closed for breakfast. A light breakfast buffet will now be available in the Flatirons conference room before the program begins.

Charles Horowitz, Ph.D.Private practice, BoulderOne in four of us, or 116 million Americans, are effected by invisible chronic pain ailments such as back pain, headaches and arthritis. That is more than the total number affected by heart disease, cancer and diabetes combined. Any physician will tell you that Continue reading

Honoring the Medicine: Native American Healing

May 21st, 2014

Note: The Mapleton Cafeteria is now closed for breakfast. A light breakfast buffet will now be available in the Flatirons conference room before the program begins.

Ken Cohen, M.A., M.S.Th.Traditional Healer, Independent ScholarKenneth Cohen will share cross-cultural perspectives on the principles, ethical values, and practice of Native American healing. He will explore Native American medicine not as a thing of the past but as Continue reading

Perspectives on ECT: Its Life Changing Role in Consciousness and Clinical Practice

June 18th, 2014

Note: The Mapleton Cafeteria is now closed for breakfast. A light breakfast buffet will now be available in the Flatirons conference room before the program begins.

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AFTERTHOUGHTS: Conversation & Networking

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Frank Guerra, MDFounder, The Guerra Fisher InstituteDr. Guerra will present a general outline of indications for electroconvulsive therapy with an emphasis on how patients are selected for treatment. He will spend most of the session responding to questions regarding ECT and reflecting on the relationship between somatic brain therapies, brain versus mind, psychotherapy, and existential considerations. His experiences in both anesthesiology and psychiatry will Continue reading

Silver Tsunami: The New Wave Aging Movement

July 16th, 2014

Note: The new location: The Egg & I Restaurant, 2574 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80303 (Basemar Shopping center off of Broadway, next to WholeFoods)

Dominie Cappadonna Ph.D., CT. Founder, Radiant Living ~Luminous DyingJanaki LeFils, LCSW Clinician, Senior Reach ProgramLarge numbers of baby boomers are creating the new wave called the "Silver Tsunami". The presenters will discuss what it means for you as you explore consciously your aging and dying process as part of a revolutionary movement Continue reading

A Menu for Better Mental & Physical Health

August 20th, 2014

Note: The new location: The Egg & I Restaurant, 2574 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80303 (Basemar Shopping center off of Broadway, next to WholeFoods)

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AFTERTHOUGHTS: Conversation & Networking

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Jeffry Gerber, MDOwner, South Suburban Family MedicineWill Van Derveer MD Founder of the Integrative Psychiatric Healing CenterBarry Erdman, LCSWIndividual & Family Psychotherapy Private Practice, Boulder What if most everything you were led to believe that what was good for you to eat was actually harming your physical and mental health? This panel presentation may likely shock and surprise you. Continue reading