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Part 5: The College Application Process: Part 5 - The Wrap-up
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FREE! December 2013 - Using Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Approaches for Insomnia with Jason Ong, Ph.D.  December 8th webinar from 7:00 p.m. to 7:30. Mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches are rapidly emerging as ways to help cope with stress and improve sleep. This webinar consists of three components: 1) An overview of the theoretical underpinnings of mindfulness meditation, 2) Discussion of the application of mindfulness-based strategies for individuals with insomnia, and 3) A review of the empirical evidence on the use of mindfulness-based approaches in treating insomnia. Jason Ong, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and Certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Rush University Medical Center. His research and clinical interests involve behavioral and non-drug treatments for insomnia and other sleep disorders. He has led an NIH-funded study to develop and test mindfulness-based therapy for insomnia (MBTI) and has published several papers on mindfulness and health.    http://www.mindbodymedicinenetwork.com/Webinars.html

 
 
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“”Living a Fertile Life” Retreat February 15-22, 2014 Week of Experiencing the Path of Mindfulness 7 nights, 8 days Iguana Lodge, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica Presented by: Helen Adrienne LCSW and Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. Application To Commonwealth Seminars: 18 hrs. CE Content Retreat Date: February 15 – 22, 2014 Living a Fertile Life: Experiencing the Path of Mindfulness retreat will provide a week long experience in learning the theory and application of mindfulness as it applies to: managing stress, improving brain function, cultivating mindfulness-oriented meditation for stress reduction, mindful movement techniques to deepen the mind-body connection, mindful communication techniques to strengthen relationships, utilizing mindfulness to enhance problem solving abilities and exploring mindfulness as a practice to improve physical and emotional health and wellbeing.

The retreat will offer 2 hours of daily learning content for 6 consecutive days taught by Helen Adrienne, LCSW. Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. will provide an additional 1.25 hours of daily learning content for 7 consecutive days. This is a total of 20 hours, 45 minutes of learning content for the participants during the 7 nights, 8-day retreat.

Learning Objectives: (Helen Adrienne-12 hours teaching)

  • Describe the theory and practice of mindfulness and how it can be applied to the treatment of chronic stress, anxiety, infertility, and physiological dysregulation.
  • Discuss how mindfulness can decrease stressors in clients with fertility issues.
  • Explain how three specific mindfulness-oriented tools can enhance clients quality of life and support immune system functioning.
  • Describe how the practice of mindfulness can improve brain functioning and promote emotional resilience.
  • Define “mindfulness”.
  • Describe how walking meditation cultivates self-regulation in support of decreasing distress and anxiety.
  • Construct hypnotic protocols which induce therapeutic trance states for healing.
  • Discuss methods of teaching self-hypnosis.
The retreat will provide an understanding of the scientific theories involved in the impact of stress on the brain’s structures as well as the body. Participants will learn cognitive as well as experiential skills in the art and science of applying mindfulness in a clinical setting. During the learning process, participants will experience how to apply mindfulness-oriented techniques to treat stress-related disorders. This will encompass physiological, emotional, and interpersonal dysfunctional patterns. The retreat will provide experiential exercises utilizing research-validated stress reduction exercises including: Clinical Hypnosis, Meditation, and Mindful Movement. The Learning Objectives will apply to self-care as well as patient and client care.

Living a Fertile Life: Experiencing the Path of Mindfulness retreat will include 1.25 hours daily for 7 days. (8.75 hours) with Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. His content is in addition to the above material. His portion of the retreat will focus on Mindful Movement, and will include a daily introductory lecture.

 Mindful Movement: Qigong for Health and Wellness

Larry Cammarata, Ph.D.

The skill of enhanced body awareness can support the presence of both client and clinician. Mindful movement can add dynamism and energy to the treatment process, literally “moving” our clients towards the experience of wholeness while facilitating embodied insight.  We will examine mindfulness, mindful movement, and body-oriented strategies designed to facilitate self-regulation, mood stabilization, and enhanced concentration.

Learning Objectives: (Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. 8.75 hours teaching)

  • Summarize the status of current research and clinical trends in the area of mindful movement.
  • Assess how the practice of mindful movement can be applied in the treatment of psychological disorders.
  • Describe the principle uses of qigong, an authentic ancient Chinese meditative movement practice.
  • List the essential components of mindful movement.
  • Analyze and compare several psychological processes that are facilitated by standardized movements and postures.
  • List the two essential elements that define mindfulness, as applied in clinical and educational settings.
  • Describe mindfulness practices that promote the integration of mind and body.
 

Helen Adrienne, LCSW
Founder of Mind-Body Unity
Author of On Fertile Ground Healing Infertility
Retreat Includes:Linda Cammarata, RN, RYT &
Larry Cammarata, Ph.D.
Yoga & Qigong Teachers
Helen Adrienne has been a psychotherapist in general private practice since 1979 with a specialty in working with people dealing within fertility. Helen’s training in mind/body therapy and clinical
hypnotherapy facilitates stress reduction in private sessions and in the mind/body stress reduction classes she runs at NYU Fertility Center. Helen has presented at national and international conferences. Her book, On Fertile Ground: Healing Infertility launched as a #1 best seller on Amazon. Her website contains a wealth of information:
www.mind-body-unity.com.

  • Daily Classes with Helen Adrienne, LCSW
  • Daily Qigong and Yoga with Larry Cammarata
  • Gorgeous Accommodations on the beach next to the Rainforest
  • Delicious Cuisine (all meals)
  • Experts Rainforest Guides
  • Swimming & Kayaking
  • Afternoon Deep Relaxation
  • Ground transportation to the Lodge from Puerta Jimenez
  • Plus many optional activities available at the Lodge
 Retreat Cost: $2550. per person, (double occupancy). 18 CE’s for qualified health professionals. (airfare not included)
Registration and full payment due upon registration.

To register contact:
Linda Cammarata,

lindacammarata@mac.com

828-712-8421

Larry Cammarata has been teaching mindful movement practices for over 20 years. Larry is a clinical psychologist specializing in mindfulness-oriented psychotherapy and education. He has received international recognition as a leader in the field of mindfulness-oriented psychology. He is an instructor of Tai Chi and Qigong who has received advanced training in China and in the US. Both Linda and Larry teach at Yoga teacher training programs and lead international retreats.
Space is limited. Sign up early to secure your accommodations.

Travel Details for Costa Rica Retreat

Plan to purchase your airfare from your area (US, Canada, etc.) into San Jose, Costa Rica three to four months prior to the retreat date, February 15-22, 2014. (Arriving Feb. 15, departing Feb. 22, 2014)

You will need to take another local flight from San Jose to the Osa Peninsula. The point of arrival in the Osa Peninsula will be Puerta Jimenez. Please contact the Iguana Lodge directly to assist you with the purchase of your local airline ticket.

Their toll-free number is: 800-259-9123 info@iguanalodge.com

Iguana Lodge will pick you up at the Puerta Jimenez airport. It is essential that you contact them directly so they know of your arrival time.

Retreat Itinerary

Feb. 15, 2013 Arrive at the Iguana Lodge

Day 1: Arrival at the Iguana Lodge welcomes you with a cool refreshing beverage and delicious snack. Take time to get settled into your gorgeous open air accommodations, relax in your space, and take in the exquisite, abundant nature that envelops you in this deep green rainforest. You will be enchanted by the sounds, colors, and sights that surround you as you gaze from your beautiful room. You will be living in harmony with the magnificent sacred rainforest. Take a walk along the quiet sandy beach, take a swim in the ocean, or relax by the pool. We begin our retreat with a Welcome Dinner at 7:00 pm.

Retreat Itinerary February 16-22, 2014

Daily Sample Schedule: (schedule is subject to change) All planned activities are optional, and you must attend mindful movement classes and “Living a Fertile Life” classes to receive approved CE’s.

• Daily 6 am-6:30 am Enjoy Coffee, Tea and a light morning snack. Awaken to the delightful and curious sounds only found in an ancient rainforest. Take in the morning beauty from your accommodations.

• 6:30-7:30 am Nature Hikes

• 7:45-9:00 am Mindful Movement Classes with Larry Cammarata-Qigong, Linda Cammarata-Yoga

• 9:00-10:00 Fresh homemade breakfast.

• 10-1 pm Free time or attend a scheduled nature-based activity

• 1-2 pm Delicious Lunch

• 2-4 pm Free Time (afternoon swim, snorkel, kayaking in the ocean, relaxation by the pool, schedule an optional massage, schedule an optional jungle or water activity).

• 4-6 pm “Living a Fertile Life” Mindfulness Class with Helen Adrienne

• 6:30 pm Community Dinner

February 22, 2014 Departure after Lunch

CE’s 18

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Living a Fertile Life Retreat February 15-22, 2014. Week of Experiencing the Path of Mindfulness 7 nights, 8 days Iguana Lodge, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica Presented by: Helen Adrienne LCSW and Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. Application To Commonwealth Seminars: 18 hrs. CE Content Retreat Date: February 15 – 22, 2014 Living a Fertile Life: Experiencing the Path of Mindfulness retreat will provide a week long experience in learning the theory and application of mindfulness as it applies to: managing stress, improving brain function, cultivating mindfulness-oriented meditation for stress reduction, mindful movement techniques to deepen the mind-body connection, mindful communication techniques to strengthen relationships, utilizing mindfulness to enhance problem solving abilities and exploring mindfulness as a practice to improve physical and emotional health and wellbeing.

The retreat will offer 2 hours of daily learning content for 6 consecutive days taught by Helen Adrienne, LCSW. Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. will provide an additional 1.25 hours of daily learning content for 7 consecutive days. This is a total of 20 hours, 45 minutes of learning content for the participants during the 7 nights, 8-day retreat.

Learning Objectives: (Helen Adrienne-12 hours teaching)

  • Describe the theory and practice of mindfulness and how it can be applied to the treatment of chronic stress, anxiety, infertility, and physiological dysregulation.
  • Discuss how mindfulness can decrease stressors in clients with fertility issues.
  • Explain how three specific mindfulness-oriented tools can enhance clients quality of life and support immune system functioning.
  • Describe how the practice of mindfulness can improve brain functioning and promote emotional resilience.
  • Define “mindfulness”.
  • Describe how walking meditation cultivates self-regulation in support of decreasing distress and anxiety.
  • Construct hypnotic protocols which induce therapeutic trance states for healing.
  • Discuss methods of teaching self-hypnosis.
The retreat will provide an understanding of the scientific theories involved in the impact of stress on the brain’s structures as well as the body. Participants will learn cognitive as well as experiential skills in the art and science of applying mindfulness in a clinical setting. During the learning process, participants will experience how to apply mindfulness-oriented techniques to treat stress-related disorders. This will encompass physiological, emotional, and interpersonal dysfunctional patterns. The retreat will provide experiential exercises utilizing research-validated stress reduction exercises including: Clinical Hypnosis, Meditation, and Mindful Movement. The Learning Objectives will apply to self-care as well as patient and client care.

Living a Fertile Life: Experiencing the Path of Mindfulness retreat will include 1.25 hours daily for 7 days. (8.75 hours) with Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. His content is in addition to the above material. His portion of the retreat will focus on Mindful Movement, and will include a daily introductory lecture.

 Mindful Movement: Qigong for Health and Wellness

Larry Cammarata, Ph.D.

The skill of enhanced body awareness can support the presence of both client and clinician. Mindful movement can add dynamism and energy to the treatment process, literally “moving” our clients towards the experience of wholeness while facilitating embodied insight.  We will examine mindfulness, mindful movement, and body-oriented strategies designed to facilitate self-regulation, mood stabilization, and enhanced concentration.

Learning Objectives: (Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. 8.75 hours teaching)

  • Summarize the status of current research and clinical trends in the area of mindful movement.
  • Assess how the practice of mindful movement can be applied in the treatment of psychological disorders.
  • Describe the principle uses of qigong, an authentic ancient Chinese meditative movement practice.
  • List the essential components of mindful movement.
  • Analyze and compare several psychological processes that are facilitated by standardized movements and postures.
  • List the two essential elements that define mindfulness, as applied in clinical and educational settings.
  • Describe mindfulness practices that promote the integration of mind and body.
 

Helen Adrienne, LCSW
Founder of Mind-Body Unity
Author of On Fertile Ground Healing Infertility
Retreat Includes:Linda Cammarata, RN, RYT &
Larry Cammarata, Ph.D.
Yoga & Qigong Teachers
Helen Adrienne has been a psychotherapist in general private practice since 1979 with a specialty in working with people dealing within fertility. Helen’s training in mind/body therapy and clinical
hypnotherapy facilitates stress reduction in private sessions and in the mind/body stress reduction classes she runs at NYU Fertility Center. Helen has presented at national and international conferences. Her book, On Fertile Ground: Healing Infertility launched as a #1 best seller on Amazon. Her website contains a wealth of information:
www.mind-body-unity.com.

  • Daily Classes with Helen Adrienne, LCSW
  • Daily Qigong and Yoga with Larry Cammarata
  • Gorgeous Accommodations on the beach next to the Rainforest
  • Delicious Cuisine (all meals)
  • Experts Rainforest Guides
  • Swimming & Kayaking
  • Afternoon Deep Relaxation
  • Ground transportation to the Lodge from Puerta Jimenez
  • Plus many optional activities available at the Lodge
 Retreat Cost: $2550. per person, (double occupancy). 18 CE’s for qualified health professionals. (airfare not included)
Registration and full payment due upon registration.

To register contact:
Linda Cammarata,

lindacammarata@mac.com

828-712-8421

Larry Cammarata has been teaching mindful movement practices for over 20 years. Larry is a clinical psychologist specializing in mindfulness-oriented psychotherapy and education. He has received international recognition as a leader in the field of mindfulness-oriented psychology. He is an instructor of Tai Chi and Qigong who has received advanced training in China and in the US. Both Linda and Larry teach at Yoga teacher training programs and lead international retreats.
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