April 12, 19 & 26, 2016 ~ 12:15pm to 1:30pm
3.5 Continuing Education Credits Available (2.5 Regular and 1 Ethics) – $50.00
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 12, 2016 (12:00pm)
To Register for Upcoming Seminars Please Call 248.353.5333 or email Deborah@iigp.org
Neuroscientists now insist that one must work with the physical body in psychotherapy. Less than 1% of psychotherapists have training, much less any idea, how to do this. Indeed, physical touch is prohibited by some ethical codes. In truth, not only is physical touch inherently confusing, but working with the body on any level also tests the appropriate boundaries of the majority of therapists. How do we solve this dilemma?
Goals and Objectives
- Witness levels on which the body can be addressed in psychotherapy. Ethical considerations.
- Bring in their own cases of body level interventions, if any. Some cases will be reviewed for learning purposes.
- Make critical self-evaluations regarding their status and relative need for further training.
The IIGP Faculty, CME committee members and the presenters receive no commercial support.
Ronald J. Hook, LMSW, CGP: Faculty, Institute for Individual and Group Psychotherapy. Mr. Hook completed his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English at Hope College, his Master of Social Work at Wayne State University and also studied at New Brunswich Seminary and Rutgers University. Included among his many certifications is his certification by the Radix Institute as a Radix Practitioner and as a Certified Kelly/Radix Trainer.
Mr. Hook’s 30 plus years of experience includes expertise in: My thirty years of experience includes expertise in: individual and group psychotherapy, body psychotherapy, psychotherapy training and supervision, neo-Reichian bodywork training and supervision, and consultation with various business and religious leaders.