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This highly practical, 5-day, in-depth course provides tools to address the most crucial aspects of leadership, healthy relationships, parenting, and teamwork. The newest discoveries in applied neuroscience are introduced to give clinicians tools that will help them support their clients to unlock authenticity, self-acceptance, creativity, and spontaneity—giving them the resilient skills required to live life with joy and lead in today's changing environment. The class is based in experiential learning which includes lectures, experiential activities, feedback, small group processes and a FIRO Theory Profile. Clinicians experience and learn how to use a variety of creative arts therapies and action oriented interventions that are applicable for individuals, children, couple, families, and groups.


Educational goals and specific learning objectives are:

  • Develop a skillset to support your clients in gaining more emotional and social intelligence.

  • Demonstrate understanding and use of self-directed neuroplasticity with individuals, couples, and groups.

  • Demonstrate understanding and application of the FIRO theory.

  • Identify impediments to working with client’s defenses and turn the impediments into opportunities for personal and professional growth.

  • Create and write a personal/professional action plan that supports you, as a clinician, in helping your clients make positive and profound changes in the quality of all their relationships.

  • Expand your repertoire of action oriented and creative arts interventions and leave the course with a list of newly learned skills and tools.

  • Develop (and practice in the course) more flexibility, creativity, and authenticity as a clinician while maintaining professional boundaries.

  • Increase your ability to take calculated risks while remaining grounded and effective.

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the role perception plays in assumptions, biases, and appreciating and including differences.

  • Utilize the communication toolkit to listen with curiosity, receive feedback openly, and support your clients in doing likewise.

  • Demonstrate how you, as a clinician, can support your clients to manage their reactivity to create positive experiences and outcomes at home and at work.


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