Friday, Jan. 9, 6–9pm; Continuing Saturday & Sunday, Jan. 10 & 11, 9am–6pm
Current research in neurobiology and social baseline theory expand the recipe for human development, creativity and change to include equal parts of embodied/experiential processes, attuned relationship, mindful attention of the felt sense and, no less importantly, play. In this workshop particpants will expand their understanding of the neurobiological and developmental roots of creativity and play and the rationale supporting experiential action methods. Participants will develop their awareness and skill with using the felt sense for repairing developmental deficits. They will also learn ways to approach health and well-being from a new paradigm for maximizing healing, pleasure and happiness through interpersonal relationships and social proximity.
(20 contact hours toward the AIN Certificate) To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Cook, M.A., LPCC, TEP, is a nationally-certified practitioner and trainer in psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy. She is the director of the SWC’s Applied Interpersonal Neurobiology Certificate. John Olesen, M.A., PAT, is a psychodramatist, trainer, educator and practitioner in San Francisco, CA. He is a founder and board member of the Bay Area Moreno Institute for Psychodrama and Applied Expressive Arts and Action Methods (BAMI).