International presenter, Executive Director of Open Mind Training Institute, Santa Monica, US, Author of Wise Mind, Open Mind and several meditation CD’s.
In this unique, one-day experiential professional development workshop, international presenter, experienced Psychotherapist, Author and Leadership Coach, Dr. Ronald Alexander provides a rare opportunity to explore how people can learn to change their thinking and behaviour in ways that enhance happiness and resiliency.
- Techniques from Gestalt therapy, modern positive psychology, and mindfulness practices
- How to create new neural pathways for healthy and creative brain development
- Understanding of how yogic exercises, mindfulness practice, and somatic experiencing methods can be used for nervous system regulation, containment and release of painful feeling states
- Understanding of somatic styles for accessing and regulating flow states for healing and peak performance
Who is the workshop for?
- Psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers, counsellors, mental health professionals
- Body workers
- Health care professionals
- Interested others
Location & Date
Friday 12 October 2018
9.30 am – 4.30 pm
Gestalt Therapy Brisbane
28 Prospect Tce, Highgate Hill
$195 or $175 GTB Students & Graduates
If you would like to be put on a waiting list please email us.
If you have missed out on this workshop, you may be interested in another Ronald Alexander workshop being held Friday 19 October to Sunday 21 October by Rhonda.
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About your presenter
Dr. Ronald A. Alexander, PhD, MFT, SEP is a psychotherapist, leadership coach, and clinical trainer in the fields of Gestalt Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Mindfulness Meditation, and Transformational Leadership. Alexander has been conducting workshops and professional clinical training worldwide since 1972.
Ron`s teaching draws on his extensive knowledge of modern psychotherapeutic methods such as Gestalt therapy, positive psychology, somatic experiencing, neuroscience as well as his understanding and practice of Eastern wisdom teachings reaching back 2,500 years.
He studied the `skilful methods` early Eastern texts referred to for the transformation and study of the mind/body. These visualisation practices help cultivate self-regulation through awareness concentration, mindfulness, and other attention skills.
For more information visit www.ronaldalexander.com