Past Programs

Study-Supervision Group: “Healing Trauma Using Neuroscience, Safety and Mindfulness” with Alexis

  CEU’s Available This study/supervision group is for clinicians interested in understanding how neuroscience can inform our clinical practice. Current neuroscience research validates many aspects of our current understanding of trauma and dissociation. Research also suggests that mindfulness can change the patterns of our brain and therefore our mind, our mood, our approach-avoidance toward our own emotions, toward situations, …

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“Using the Holistic Images of the Right Brain for Health and Healing” November 16th & December 14th 2012

November 16th & December 14th 2012 Ridgefield Commmunity Center, Ridgefield, CT with Alexis Johnson PhD CEU’s Available Once attunement and attachment are established in the therapeutic relationship, then certain techniques can be used. One of these is the use of guided imagery either with an image that the client mentions in the course of a session or …

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Looking Into the Face of Shame – May 11th 2012 in Ridgefield, CT

“Looking Into the Face of Shame” Alexis Johnson, PhD. May 11th 2012 Although our triggers are different, we all know shame with its attributes of self-hate, inferiority and a strong desire to withdraw and disappear from the eyes of others. Shame runs a continuum from mild embarrassment to profound dread.   At the extreme, shame prone …

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The Phenomena of Images: A Non-Interpretive Approach: December 9th

The Phenomena of Images: A Non-interpretive Approach 3 CEC’s available through NASW-CT Vitalizing attunement is fundamental for creating attachment within any healing dyad.  When attunement and attachment are established, then certain techniques can be used to augment the power of the healing relationship.  One of these is the use of guided imagery either with an …

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Love Maps: Neuroscience, Attachment and Mindfulness: October 1st

Saturday, October 1st 2011 2:00pm – 5:00pm Stone Ridge Healing Arts – 3457 Main Street, Stone Ridge, NY 12484 Current neuroscience demonstrates that the first few years of life constitute a crucial period of development for the growth of a child’s social and intellectual brain when the neurons, particularly those of the neo-cortex, develop and …

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