CARE Training Introductory Workshop
"Deepen your Mindfulness and compassion skills in therapy and meditation with insights from systems science!"
NeuroSystemics offers an integrative scientific pathway to handle a range of conditions including trauma, depression, anxiety and addiction. There will be opportunities to explore psycho-spiritual frames of therapy and develop key skills in attention and emotion regulation. Introductory workshops are valuable stand-alone experiences to learn and practice systemic-centered therapy joyfully. Join us for a fun week-end adventure!
Boaz B. Feldman, NeuroSystemics Co-Founder & Clinical Psychologist
And also Presented by:
Heath Wilson, Associate Faculty
EVENT LOCATION: ONLINE
FULL EVENT DESCRIPTION:
NeuroSystemics offers an integrative scientific pathway to handle a range of conditions including trauma, depression, anxiety and addiction. Combining wisdom traditions, state of the art neuroscience and systemic understanding, this introductory Workshop will focus the benefits of mindfulness and compassion practices as systemic therapy interventions. There will be opportunities to explore psycho-spiritual frames of therapy and develop key skills in attention and emotion regulation.
Objectives & Benefits
This Introductory Workshop will offer you:
Skills to up-regulate your nervous system: Experiential practices of Mindfulness and compassion to deepen your capacity for attentional and emotion regulation.
Pedagogical maps & learning frameworks:
An understanding of contemplative practices within a systemics frame and the potential for societal engagement and transformation.
Live demonstrations and opportunities for discussion.
Is the CARE Training for me?
Therapists, clinicians, psychologists, doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, yoga teachers, health-practitioners, meditation & MBSR-MBCT teachers and educators interested in a meta-conceptual frame and methods to deepen optimize their practice.
New or experienced meditation practitioners who would like to deepen their practice with a bio-psychosocial frame on their internal experience.
Community-lovers who would like to be a part of a participative, co-creative and caring circle of friends and companions.
Individuals who enjoy teachings about Mindfulness as a spiritual practice and a deepening of embodiment through neurobiological understanding and scientific insights.
Professionals in the helping professions and networks of NGO’s searching for empowerment in relation to the climate crisis, social and health issues.
Friday 26.6: 7-9pm TRT /6-8pm CEST
Saturday 27.6: 11am-1pm TRT / 10am-12pm CEST
Sunday 28.6: 11am-1pm TRT / 10am-12pm CEST
Fee: €50 (reduced fee).
The price is highly reduced off and if the price is still too high for you, please feel free to make a donation of your choice (https://simplemindfulness.org/donation) and mention in the comments section that you are registering for this intro. We do not wish to prevent anyone from coming to our trainings because of financial difficulties. We CARE!
The CARE training (Compassionate Complexity, Awakening, Resiliency & Empowerment) is a transformative 3-year journey to learn and practice essential life and therapeutic skills in the midst of a nourishing community.
All participants registered in the CARE training will receive, free of charge, access to the NeuroSystemics Series “Integrative keys for resiliency, empowerment and awakening”, a 15-hour presentation which includes all the core concepts, maps and practices of NeuroSystemics.
For more information about the CARE training, see: www.simplemindfulness.org/neurosystemics/care
Boaz B. Feldman (MSc, SEP, PgC) is an experienced psychologist, trainer and contemplative acting for worldwide positive change. He has worked with numerous international organisations in Geneva, including the United Nations (HCR and OCHA) and the World Health Organisation.
With bio-psychosocial methodologies, he has led trainings for leaders, psychiatrists, psychologists and the general public worldwide in a variety of humanitarian contexts such as conflict-affected regions (Afghanistan, Burma, Burkina Faso), low-income contexts (Ukraine, Romania & Moldova) and natural emergencies (Thailand).
Trained in Mindfulness for over 15 years, Boaz first ordained as a Buddhist Monk in Thailand, and then studied at the University of Bangor. Based in Geneva, where he works at a multi-disciplinary practice, he provides Mindfulness trainings and intervenes as a trauma-relief expert for Doctors Without Borders. He also conducts Mindfulness and compassion research at the National Research Center for Affective Sciences at the University of Geneva.