April 4, 18 & 25, 2017
12:15 – 1:30pm
Cost is $50, and students are free.
Earn 3.5 CEU’s
29600 NORTHWESTERN HWY., STE 100A
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48034
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 4, 2017 (12:00pm)
This course compares how yoga can support and enhance the benefits of psychotherapy regarding the stress response, mood, functioning and PTSD.
- Understand recent research summary on yoga’s impact on anxiety and depression.
- Experience examples of yoga postures.
- Identify some applications of yoga to psychotherapy.
James R. Stanislaw, ACSW, I began my career teaching elementary school for two years after earning a bachelor’s degree in education from Wayne State University in 1972. I went on to earn a Master of Social Work degree at Wayne State in 1976. My two internships were St. Peter’s Home for Boys and Lafayette Clinic, each of which provided invaluable experience. To develop sufficient knowledge and skill as a psychotherapist, I pursued post graduate study at the Institute for Individual and Group Psychotherapy. Since self-knowledge was a major focus of my later training, I came to realize a thorough course of personal psychotherapy was crucial to my work as a psychotherapist.
Chris Briney, BA, CIYT Intermediate II
To register for upcoming seminars, please email or call Deborah@iigp.org or 248.353.5333