Awareness in itself is curative.
— Fritz Perls
The Human Potential Center
June 29, 7 – 9 pm Central Daylight Time online interactive zoom workshop WHAT’S YOUR SUPERPOWER? Everyone has unique gifts and perspectives to share with the world, and they often go unnoticed by everyone, including ourselves. This workshop helps you discover and tap into surprising skills you had no idea existed. You can be the hero of your unique, amazing journey through life. Presented by Robert McGarey, M.A.
The Human Potential Center
March 25 – April 15, 2021 online interactive zoom workshop Our workshop HOW TO BE ASSERTIVE AND LOVING TOO is for you if: You’re sick of not speaking up for yourself You’re tired of being used as a personal punching bag You lose friends by being too pushy and aggressive You’re desperately trying to achieve a balance between being a good person and being used For the first time, this class is now available nationwide via Zoom. Developed and presented by Robert McGarey, M.A., Founder and Executive Director of The Human Potential Center, HOW TO BE ASSERTIVE AND LOVING TOO

Foundations of Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy

Satir’s Transformational Systemic Therapy Model (STST) is unique in encompassing both the intrapsychic and interactive components of therapy. Much therapy of the past has been focused only on clients’ behaviour, cognition or affect. The Satir Model is focused on the whole human being, tapping into their internal resources and universal yearnings to facilitate transformational change within their personal, family, and social systems. The Satir Model process facilitates development of increased levels of competence and congruence in the therapist. THIS PROGRAM WILL HELP COUNSELLORS AND THERAPISTS: Use experiential process throughout their therapy sessions to access healing Life Energy Explore and facilitate

Researching Humanistic Practice online video conference

This is a call for papers for, or attendance at, the Researching Humanistic Practice online video conference to be held by the Counselling Department at York St John University from the 7th to 9th April 2021. The conference seeks to explore ways in which we can begin to put the human being back at the centre of social institutions and mental health policy through our own humanistic practice. This conference represents a real opportunity for researchers, practitioners, students and academics to come together and discuss a wide range of humanistic issues within a supportive learning environment. Our hope is to

Robert S. Hartman Institute Annual Conference Virtual Session #3

Here’s a complimentary code for AHP. AHP2020RSHI • Here’s the Agenda and Full Conference Program. Next session 3 of 3 is November 10.** o **If AHP Members register they will get access to all three recordings – nine hours of recordings.** • To REGISTER – Go to this link: https://rshi.memberclicks.net/2020-annual-conference o Click Register o Will see an option to Join as a Member – $75. (Click “No Thank You” – if not interested.) o Next is conference registration – Click – Non-Member – enter in your contact information o AT THE END – ENTER IN THIS CODE: AHP2020RSHI (Conference will

The IHLRN Online Conference

We look forward to enjoying our treasured personal connections through the wonders of technology and hope you will join us. We will keep a similar format as we do at our in-person conferences, beginning each day with centering and connecting, followed by a plenary. There will be two 90 minutes afternoon sessions at 1:30 and 3:30 PM Pacific time, each with 3 concurrent workshops. The complete schedule is on the website: IHLRN.org. CECs are available.


On the first page of the presentation we have taken over what had been elaborated by Paris-Dourdan for the PCA2019 Forum, because we’ve considered it very very valuable. Why “Building Bridges”. To reach the most disparate parts of the world and connect, embrace, welcome. The parts of the world: ourselves and our parts, the exchange from person-to-person, from person to group, from group to group, from Country to Country. This is possible thanks to the Quiet Revolution. Rogers has been defined a “Quiet Revolutionary” and he wrote that: “To the degree that each one of us is willing to be
The Human Potential Center
August 13 — 27, 2020 online interactive zoom workshop Getting Un-Stuck How to Get it Done! Are there some important things in your life that never get done? Do you want to: Go back to school? Start your own business? Repair your relationship with a relative? Tackle a project that means a lot to you?   If you ever wanted to accomplish something but got stuck instead, you know how frustrating and demoralizing it can be. Whether it’s because of procrastination, or because the project is too big, or because it’s just too darn scary, people often postpone important things
The pdxi approach gained notoriety in the 1970’s when it was practiced by ‘master therapists’ including Milton Erickson, Salvador Minuchin, Virginia Satir, and others. Of all types of therapy, the absurd nature of pdxi makes it exciting to implement and observe. However, the mechanism behind the approach remained a mystery. This webinar will offer a simple and profound theory for the ‘method behind the madness.’ In so doing we present ideas and insights that challenge the most basic assumptions of traditional therapy and conventional wisdom. Bio of Presenter: Eliot P Kaplan, PhD, LCSW is the founder of the Paradox Psychology
ICEPCR 2021: 15. International Conference on Existential Psychology and Carl Rogers The International Research Conference Aims and Objectives The International Research Conference is a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. Events will run over a span of time during the conference depending on the number and length of the presentations. With its high quality, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics and industry researchers. ICEPCR 2021: 15. International Conference on Existential Psychology and Carl Rogers aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars
Not forgiving is a kind of soul sickness that saps our energy and keeps us from fully accessing clear Life Energy to fuel our walks in life. It represents a kind of stuckness which is fueled by our anger, disappointment, fears, and pain which block our healing and growth. Our injuries drain our spirit with great costs to our physical, emotional and spiritual health. They also keep us from being fully present with our clients who struggle with their pain from not forgiving. This workshop will emphasize the freedom that is yours through full acceptance of where you are in
This online course on Loss and Grief will help individuals and families experiencing grief associated with loss. The focus will be on helping people change their behavior, identify, experience and express their feelings, change limiting beliefs, resolve unmet expectations, and meet and experience yearnings. Participants will begin to experience their universal yearnings and life force energy to experience new possibilities of healing and growth in the face of loss and grieving. People have experienced loss and are grieving because of corona virus resulting in the quarantine situation. In Chinese Medicine each organ is connected with an emotion. The lungs are