Workshops

JULY


 

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Please join us for our July 12th “Time In”.

Our “Time In” program continues this Summer and Fall in a new format and with new offerings. Here are our upcoming topics.

            July 12th: “What has been lost & what has been found”
In the time of the pandemic, we have all experienced our vulnerability to loss.  When we allow the sadness and grief to be experienced with kindness and compassion our senses awaken to a larger view of the moment.

            August 9th: “Pause. See the Ordinary as Extraordinary.”
Our minds are constantly chattering which keep us from receiving the present moment. When we pause and slow down, we interrupt the chatter. We can open our senses and experience the wonder that surrounds us.

            September 13th: CEU Training: "The Relational Field of Compassion" (3 CEU credits available)

            October 11: “Transformation is possible when we change our perspective.” Our perspectives originate from early childhood scripts and all sorts of causes and conditions. In this workshop we will examine and explore whose view and messaging shows up in the way that we view ourselves in this moment.

            November 8: “Gratitude”

Life is busy - full of tasks and responsibilities. Our minds chatter on and we can forget to take time to notice and reflect upon all that we are thankful for. In this afternoon, our attention will be focused on gratitude, its wholesomeness and its loveliness. When we have the intention to cultivate gratitude, it inclines the heart, the mind and the body towards positive emotions.

           December 13: “Bringing a focused attention to our hearts.”

Close contact with others is our greatest longing, but it also brings us into intimate contact with parts of ourselves where wounding has occurred. The wounding is often viewed as the obstacle when it is really the opportunity. We will explore with mindful awareness and compassion.

Meet us on-line on Sunday afternoon, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM ET. We will share a guided meditation, followed by experiential exploration and time for group reflection. Remember: an open mind and a desire to experience is all we require. (CP credits will be available.) 
           

If you are interested and would like to drop in, shoot us an email. We'll send you an invitation half an hour before we start.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.IntegralTherapy.net.  Please let a friend know too.

These "Time In" afternoons are offered freely. We do this in the tradition of Dana: we gladly receive what is freely offered.

P.S.
            IntegralTherapy and the Sociometric Institute continue their CEU-qualified training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists. More information on this program can be found at www.integraltherapy.net or www.JayeMoyer.com 


 

Psychodrama Residential Workshop with Nan Nally-Seif, LCSW, TEP

Does our style of communication hinder us?

This is a 4 day experiential and training weekend. This workshop will give participants sociometric and psychodramatic tools to help their clients explore their self-judgment and self-criticism.

 

When: July: TBD

Where: Boughton Place, Highland, NY near New Paltz, NY. 1 1/2half hours north of NYC

Cost: TBD

Accommodation and meals are not included. One can make arrangements to stay at Boughton Place for reasonable rates.

 

Psychodrama training credits and certain CEU's available.

 

For further information or to make a reservation for the weekend contact Nan: 917-584-1136 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also visit my websites www.nannallyseif.com and/or www.psychodramany.com


AUGUST


 

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Please join us for our AUG 9th “Time In”.

Our “Time In” program continues this Summer and Fall in a new format and with new offerings. Here are our upcoming topics.

            August 9th: “Pause. See the Ordinary as Extraordinary.”
Our minds are constantly chattering which keep us from receiving the present moment. When we pause and slow down, we interrupt the chatter. We can open our senses and experience the wonder that surrounds us.

            September 13th: CEU Training: "The Relational Field of Compassion" (3 CEU credits available)

            October 11: “Transformation is possible when we change our perspective.” Our perspectives originate from early childhood scripts and all sorts of causes and conditions. In this workshop we will examine and explore whose view and messaging shows up in the way that we view ourselves in this moment.

            November 8: “Gratitude”

Life is busy - full of tasks and responsibilities. Our minds chatter on and we can forget to take time to notice and reflect upon all that we are thankful for. In this afternoon, our attention will be focused on gratitude, its wholesomeness and its loveliness. When we have the intention to cultivate gratitude, it inclines the heart, the mind and the body towards positive emotions.

           December 13: “Bringing a focused attention to our hearts.”

Close contact with others is our greatest longing, but it also brings us into intimate contact with parts of ourselves where wounding has occurred. The wounding is often viewed as the obstacle when it is really the opportunity. We will explore with mindful awareness and compassion.

Meet us on-line on Sunday afternoon, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM ET. We will share a guided meditation, followed by experiential exploration and time for group reflection. Remember: an open mind and a desire to experience is all we require. (CP credits will be available.) 
           

If you are interested and would like to drop in, shoot us an email. We'll send you an invitation half an hour before we start.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.IntegralTherapy.net.  Please let a friend know too.

These "Time In" afternoons are offered freely. We do this in the tradition of Dana: we gladly receive what is freely offered.

P.S.
            IntegralTherapy and the Sociometric Institute continue their CEU-qualified training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists. More information on this program can be found at www.integraltherapy.net or www.JayeMoyer.com 


SEPTEMBER


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Please join us for our September 13th “Time In”
1:30 to 5:00 PM (Eastern time), on-line via Zoom

 

“The Relational Field of Compassion”

Mindful awareness, coupled with compassion practices, teaches us to acknowledge suffering more fully and to hold it compassionately. We see that all humans suffer from loneliness, anger, confusion, frustration and sorrow. We also learn that our shared suffering unites us. There are no strangers.

In this workshop we will teach specific practices drawn from eastern compassion and meditation teaching. These practices train us how to hold our difficulties in a safe and caring environment. They help us relax and settle into a clear awareness of our capacity for compassion.

We will be using techniques derived from psychodrama and sociometry as well as   group sharing as our primary tools, furthering our investigation into what arises from our meditations.

Participants will learn to:

1 Describe the “internal holding environment” and two conditions that develop and support it.

2. Utilize two projective techniques: intra-personal social atom and inter-personal social atom.

3. Utilize the tool of “naming” to support therapeutic presence.

Fee: $125.00. (Scholarships are available.).

3 CEU credits are available.* (Additional fee, $20.00 made to Sociometric Institute) For registration and payment information, contact Jaye at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

If you are interested and would like to drop in, shoot us an email. We'll send you an invitation half an hour before we start.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.IntegralTherapy.net.  Please let a friend know too.

These "Time In" afternoons are offered freely. We do this in the tradition of Dana: we gladly receive what is freely offered.

P.S.
IntegralTherapy and the Sociometric Institute continue their CEU-qualified training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists. More information on this program can be found at www.integraltherapy.net or www.JayeMoyer.com 


OCTOBER


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Please join us for our October 11th “Time In”.

Our “Time In” program continues this Summer and Fall in a new format and with new offerings. Here are our upcoming topics.

            October 11: “Transformation is possible when we change our perspective.” Our perspectives originate from early childhood scripts and all sorts of causes and conditions. In this workshop we will examine and explore whose view and messaging shows up in the way that we view ourselves in this moment.

            November 8: “Gratitude”

Life is busy - full of tasks and responsibilities. Our minds chatter on and we can forget to take time to notice and reflect upon all that we are thankful for. In this afternoon, our attention will be focused on gratitude, its wholesomeness and its loveliness. When we have the intention to cultivate gratitude, it inclines the heart, the mind and the body towards positive emotions.

           December 13: “Bringing a focused attention to our hearts.”

Close contact with others is our greatest longing, but it also brings us into intimate contact with parts of ourselves where wounding has occurred. The wounding is often viewed as the obstacle when it is really the opportunity. We will explore with mindful awareness and compassion.

Meet us on-line on Sunday afternoon, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM ET. We will share a guided meditation, followed by experiential exploration and time for group reflection. Remember: an open mind and a desire to experience is all we require. (CP credits will be available.) 
           

If you are interested and would like to drop in, shoot us an email. We'll send you an invitation half an hour before we start.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.IntegralTherapy.net.  Please let a friend know too.

These "Time In" afternoons are offered freely. We do this in the tradition of Dana: we gladly receive what is freely offered.

P.S.
            IntegralTherapy and the Sociometric Institute continue their CEU-qualified training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists. More information on this program can be found at www.integraltherapy.net or www.JayeMoyer.com 


NOVEMBER


integraltherapy

Please join us for our November 8th “Time In”.

Our “Time In” program continues this Summer and Fall in a new format and with new offerings. Here are our upcoming topics.

            November 8: “Gratitude”

Life is busy - full of tasks and responsibilities. Our minds chatter on and we can forget to take time to notice and reflect upon all that we are thankful for. In this afternoon, our attention will be focused on gratitude, its wholesomeness and its loveliness. When we have the intention to cultivate gratitude, it inclines the heart, the mind and the body towards positive emotions.

           December 13: “Bringing a focused attention to our hearts.”

Close contact with others is our greatest longing, but it also brings us into intimate contact with parts of ourselves where wounding has occurred. The wounding is often viewed as the obstacle when it is really the opportunity. We will explore with mindful awareness and compassion.

Meet us on-line on Sunday afternoon, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM ET. We will share a guided meditation, followed by experiential exploration and time for group reflection. Remember: an open mind and a desire to experience is all we require. (CP credits will be available.) 
           

If you are interested and would like to drop in, shoot us an email. We'll send you an invitation half an hour before we start.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.IntegralTherapy.net.  Please let a friend know too.

These "Time In" afternoons are offered freely. We do this in the tradition of Dana: we gladly receive what is freely offered.

P.S.
            IntegralTherapy and the Sociometric Institute continue their CEU-qualified training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists. More information on this program can be found at www.integraltherapy.net or www.JayeMoyer.com 


 DECEMBER


integraltherapy

Please join us for our December 13th “Time In”.

Our “Time In” program continues this Summer and Fall in a new format and with new offerings. Here are our upcoming topics.

          December 13: “Bringing a focused attention to our hearts.”

Close contact with others is our greatest longing, but it also brings us into intimate contact with parts of ourselves where wounding has occurred. The wounding is often viewed as the obstacle when it is really the opportunity. We will explore with mindful awareness and compassion.

Meet us on-line on Sunday afternoon, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM ET. We will share a guided meditation, followed by experiential exploration and time for group reflection. Remember: an open mind and a desire to experience is all we require. (CP credits will be available.) 
           

If you are interested and would like to drop in, shoot us an email. We'll send you an invitation half an hour before we start.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.IntegralTherapy.net.  Please let a friend know too.

These "Time In" afternoons are offered freely. We do this in the tradition of Dana: we gladly receive what is freely offered.

P.S.
            IntegralTherapy and the Sociometric Institute continue their CEU-qualified training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists. More information on this program can be found at www.integraltherapy.net or www.JayeMoyer.com 

 

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