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Clinical Focus: 

Mindfulness in the Covid Era: Resilience & Stress Management

 

Encino Retreat Mindfulness Training Workshop -

August 20, 2022

9:15am-5:00pm

Mindful Retreat CEU Workshop: Didactic and Experiential Day of Firsthand, Active Learning.  

“Course meets the qualifications for 6 CE Hours for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs

as required by the California Board of Behavioral Science.”

  

 Pre-registration Required,  Recommended Arrival, Registration and Pre-workshop:  9:00am 

COVID Vaccine card or Proof of COVID PCR Negative Test within 48 hours (August 18th or later) will be required at the door in order to participate. 

Mindfulness Training Retreat – a CEU Workshop

Jerome Front, LMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

(Provider #15848) to sponsor Continuing Education for CA LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs.

Jerome Front, LMFT maintains responsibility for this course and its content.

Pre-licensed members may earn hours of experience for attending this workshop as approved by their supervisors.   

CE  Certificates provided onsite.

CAMFT CEPA#: 015848   -  LMFT#:  MFC30359.

 

** August 20, 2022 CEU Training Retreat Focus: Two-fold Evidence-based Clinical Mindfulness Practices: Benefits Cultivated by: 1) Formal Meditation Practice, and 2) Informal/ Everyday Mindfulness Practices

 

**Clinical CEU Objectives:  Participants will be able to:   

1) List 3 Facets that Cultivate Mindfulness to Reduce Stress Reactivity

2) Describe How Formal Mindfulness Practice Manages Stress and Facilitates Resilience

3) List 2 Questions Useful for Cultivating Informal Practice and Being Stress Responsive

4) Describe How Informal Mindfulness Practice Manages Stress and Facilitates Resilience

5) Identify 3 Qualities of Embodied Experience in Mindful Sensory Meditations for Cultivating Calm

6) Distinguish Between Using Formal versus Informal Mindfulness Practice for Managing Stress

 

Course Description and Methods: This specific course emphasizes Two-fold Evidence-based Clinical Mindfulness Practices: Benefits Cultivated by: 1) Formal Meditation Practice, and 2) Informal/ Everyday Mindfulness Practices.   We will also define 3 key facets to clinical mindful practice and how they form a foundation for clinical interventions.  Topics also include clinical interventions for helping clients cultivate relaxation, calm, and peace in everyday life. This clinical training workshop will alternate between lecture, immersive /experiential mindful practice and active learning, as well as periods of discussion that deepen participants firsthand learning of clinical mindfulness,  and provide foundational elements for using mindfulness based interventions.

This workshop provides 7 Hours of mandatory BBS Continuing Education for

CA LMFTs,  LCSWs,  LPCCs,  LEPs  and BBS Associates

 

Jerome Front, LMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

to sponsor Continuing Education for CA LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, LEPs and BBS Associates.

 Jerome Front, LMFT maintains responsibility for this course and its content.  Pre-licensed members

may earn hours of experience for attending this workshop as approved by their supervisors.   

CE  Certificates provided onsite.

CAMFT CEPA#: 015848   -  LMFT#:  MFC30359.

 

** August 20, 2022 CEU Training Retreat Focus: Mindfulness: Two-fold Clinical Practice Elements: Benefits Cultivated by: 1) Formal Meditation Practice, and 2) Informal/ Everyday Mindfulness Practices

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