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Divine ~ Anger ~ Trance ~ Comp ~ ISBP


 

THIS SITE IS NO LONGER ACTIVE.

This is an early example of Therapy Alternatives Web Design work. It is included as part of our own site for demonstration purposes only.

The site was used by the HAKOMI INSTITUTE OF SAN FRANCISCO from 1999 until 2003.

To view their current site, click here.

 

"Hakomi is a beautiful expression of the partnership model: a way of healing that recognizes not only the essential partnership between body and mind, but between therapist and client. Hakomi shows that inclusion, empowerment, and non-violence make it possible for us to listen to ourselves and move to new levels of consciousness."

Riane Eisler, author,
The Chalice & the Blade and Sacred Pleasures

 


   
  2003 Events & News
   
  Accessing the Divine
  Jan. 18-19, 2003 ~ San Francisco, CA
   
  An exploration at the interface of psychology and spirituality. How do we embrace or deny our divinity, and how can we lead lives more fully aware, vibrant and generous? An experiential, body-centered workshop, personal and professional. For more information, click here or contact the Hakomi Institute.
   
  Making Friends with Anger
  February 1, 2003 ~ San Francisco, CA
 
 

This workshop is designed for those who seek effective tools and greater comfort in dealing with anger in themselves and/or with their clients. For more information, click here or contact the Hakomi Institute.

 
  Waking Up from the Family Trance
  February 8-9, 2003 ~ San Anselmo, CA
 
 

This workshop is one of the most widely attended we offer and was recently hailed at the International Body-Psychotherapy Conference at Johns Hopkins University. For more information, click here or contact the Hakomi Institute.

 
  2003 Comprehensive Training in the Hakomi Method
  Begins March, 2003 ~ San Francisco Bay Area
 
 

The Hakommi Comprehensive Training represents state-of-the-art training in Somatic Psychotherapy. Applications now being accepted. Students must have taken pre-requisite workshops (some listed above) to apply for this training. For an application and more information, please inquire with the Institute. For more information about the Comprehensive Training, click here.

 
 

The Institute for the Study of the Body in Psychotherapy (ISBP)

 
  The new wing of the Hakomi Institute of San Francisco, ISBP has as its purpose to expand beyond the boundaries of one method, no matter how creative and powerful, and begin to contribute to the new and exciting dialogue between modalities that is emerging in the somatic psychotherapy community.
 
  Two or three times a year, ISBP and the Hakomi Institute of San Francisco will host a master therapist, one whose work has been innovative, even radical, and has stood the test of time. Watch this site for further information and events, or contact the Hakomi Institute.
   

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