JOHN BRADSHAW'S UPCOMING APPEARANCES


Sept. 22, 2012

PHOENIX, AZ

Keynote Address by John Bradshaw

The Art Of Recovery Expo

www.themeadows.com

The Art Of Recovery on Facebook


Sept. 23, 2012

The Meadows Campus - WICKENBURG, AZ

John Bradshaw's THE RECOVERY OF INNOCENCE

www.themeadows.com


Sept. 29, 2012

ATLANTA, GEORGIA

JOHN BRADSHAW Topics/Times

KEYNOTE ADDRESS 8:30am-10am

Effecive Therapy: A Major Force in Enhancing Moral Development

WORKSHOP 10:30am - Noon

How To Reduce the Reactivity and PTSD Symptoms of Childhood Trauma

WORKSHOP 3:15pm - 4:45PM

Neuroscience of Inner Child Therapy: Why It's Effective and Ways To Do It Well

www.bfisummit.com


Nov. or Dec., 2012

SEDONA, AZ

ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

www.themeadows.com


2013 EVENTS


March 1-2, 2013

LOS ANGELES, CA

It Happens To Boys

Creative Change Conference

www.creativechange.com

Phone: 760-346-4606


March 14-16, 2013

CHICAGO, IL

2013 Chicago BFI Summit Conference

John Bradshaw's Workshop Topics

1.) Why It's Impossible to Do Therapy with People "In Love"! The Three Newly Discovered Brains Systems: Romance (In Love), Lust, and Attachment

2.)The New Paradigm - The Scientific Psychology of Willpower, Emotion and True-Selfhood

3.)What Lies Beyond - The Commonplace Transcendence of Genetics and Nurturing (Are there Guardian Helpers?)

www.bfisummit.com


Wednesday, December 4,5,6, 2013

NANAIMO (VANCOUVER ISLAND), B.C.

John Bradshaw's DEVELOPING YOUR MORAL INTELLIGENCE: The Royal Road To Recovery

FAMILY SYSTEMS: DEALING WITH THE CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT FAMILY

Jack Hirose

Conference dates Dec. 4,5,6,2013

www.jackhirose.com


PAST EVENTS

Plano, Texas - Southern Methodist University
2011 Winter Term for SMU Graduate Students only - Two weekends-

December 2, 3, 4, 2011

Adjunct Professor John Bradshaw, M.A. will present:

Family of Origin - HDCN 6313

This course is designed as an in-depth study of the principles of Bowen systems theory, as well as related issues in family systems therapy. Strong emphasis will be placed on theory, on viewing the family as an emotional unit, on understanding the individual client as a continuing presence in his or her family of origin, and on strategies for applying this knowledge in a a clinical setting. Equal attention will be given to the dynamics of each student’s own family of origin/extended family with the opportunity to explore, study, and comprehend that family of origin over as least three generations through role play and experiential activities. For family professionals in training, few opportunities exist for a far-reaching examination of families of origin with a focus on professional applicability; the objective of this course is to provide an environment conducive for that very exploration.
SMU currently enrolled Graduate students only.

 


Catherdral City, California

Saturday, March 3, 2012 (a day with John Bradshaw)

Healing the Father Wound with the Creative Change Conferences

4th Annual It Happens to Boys Conference

Sponsored by Creative Change Conferences- www.creativechangeconferences.com

 

Location

Doral Hotel
Cathedral City, CA

For exhibitor information or to register call 760-346-4606 or email catbaum@earthlink.net.

If you are a man who was abused as a child and ready to start your healing process, please call 760-346-4606

 


Past Events

 


The Meadows 2010 Annual Alumni Retreat
Scottsdale, Arizona

All attendees to the Retreat must be a graduate of The Meadows inpatient program or a Meadows campus workshop including family week.

More details to come. Check back soon!

January 22-24, 2010
Franciscan Renewal Center
5802 East Lincoln Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85253
480-948-7460

Schedule
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Lecture 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

John Bradshaw

2011-2012 Schedule

Upcoming Events


Houston, Texas

Tuesday, September 6, 2011 7-8:30 PM

The Meadows Houston Free Lecture Series featuring JOHN BRADSHAW, M.A., on:

How Effective Recovery Develops the Abilty to Make Healthy Choices

Sponsored by The Meadows - www.themeadows.org

 

Location

The Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houston - The Hamill Foundation Conference Center
303 Jackson Hill Drive
Houston, Texas, 77007
MAP

Cost: Free

CEUs
1.5 Credits


For more information on the event and CEUs or to register, please call 713-942-4100 or contact Betty Dicken at mshelnutt@themeadows.org or click here

 

 


Atlanta, Georgia

Tuesday, September 23, 2011

Summit for Clinical Excellence - Ben Franklin Institute - https://www.bfisummit.com/2011-summit-registration-atlanta.html

Brain Matters: Neuroscience, Trauma and Dual Disorders - Advanced Training for Therapists and Counselors
September 22-24, 2011

JOHN BRADSHAW presents:

Neuroscience of Inner Child Therapy - Why it is effective and Ways to do it Well! (Keynote Address)
Tuesday, September 23, 2011 - 8:30 - 10:15 AM

Bradshaw On: The Family: The Shame-Based Family - Part 1 (Workshop)
Tuesday, September 23, 2011 - Time TBA

Bradshaw On: The Family: Creating A Strong Healthy Family System - Part 2 (Workshop)
Tuesday, September 23, 2011 - Time TBA

Location

Holiday Inn Atlanta Capitol Conference Center Hotel
450 Capitol Avenue
Atlanta, Georgia 30312

Cost (per person)
Friday Only: $160 Summit Price + $15 added to each day if registered after August 10, 2011

CEUs
Friday Only: 7 Credits


For more information on full event pricing and CEUs related to the full event or to register, please call 800-643-0797 or click here


West Palm Beach, Florida

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 1:30-3:00 PM

JOHN BRADSHAW, M.A. will present:

Flirting with Disaster: A Personal Story and the Steps to Recovery

The Foundation Recovery Network's Conference: POWER, FAME AND RECOVERY- Addiction, Health and Wellness in the Public Eye-Sept. 26-29, 2011 at The Breakers, Palm Beach, FL

www.foundationsrecoverynetwork.com/events/power-fame-recovery-2011

Sponsored by The Meadows - www.themeadows.org


North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Please join world renown speaker John Bradshaw, M.A. on this journey of discovery and recovery:

Embracing Our Shadow: Unconscious Blocks to Rigorous Honesty

and

The Primacy of the Affect System:What it Means for the Formation of the Self and Therapy

Sponsored by Jack Hirose & Associates- www.jackhirose.com , jackhirose@shaw.ca , 800-456-5424

More details soon...


Overland Park(Kansas City), Kansas

Friday, October 21, 2011

Please join JOHN BRADSHAW for a presentation on:

Healing the Shame that Binds You: New Strategies for Healing Toxic Shame

Sponsored by The Meadows - www.themeadows.org

or Toll-free: 866-627-2667 Outside the U.S.: 928-684-3926 Fax: 928-684-3261

 

Location:

Overland Park Marriott
10800 Metcalf Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66210
913-451-8000

More detail soon...


Lunch 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Lecture 1:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Cost
$260 per participant with lodging Cost includes activities, meals & lodging with a roommate at the Renewal Center. Transportation is on your own.

$105 per participant without lodging.
Cost includes activities & meals. Transportation is on your own.

The Meadows is committed to providing all attendees equal access to this event; call three weeks prior to event date for ADA needs.

Cancellation Policy:
For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received 2 weeks prior to the scheduled workshop. Cancellations received after that time will be refunded less a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds will be given on or after the retreat.

 


Febuary 26, 2010
Hilton Palm Beach Airport
150 Australian Avenue
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
561-684-9400

Schedule
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Lecture 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lunch 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. (boxed lunch provided)
Lecture 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Cost
$65 per person (includes lecture, lunch, materials and 5.5 continuing education credits).
Contact The Meadows at 1-800-632-3697 to register.

  • Confirmation letter will be emailed.
  • For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received 72 hours prior to the scheduled event.
  • No refunds will be given on or after the event date.
  • The Meadows is committed to providing all attendees equal access to this event; call two weeks prior to event for ADA needs.

Effective Therapy: A Major Force in Enhancing Moral Intelligence
In this cutting-edge lecture, John brings forth a strong case for the role of therapy in forming moral intelligence. In his latest book, Reclaiming Virtue, John draws the conclusion that humans possess a unique innate moral intelligence — defined as “right practical reasoning in making good choices.” John argues that this ability to choose well is marred by addictions and emotional illness. Focusing on the critical part played by emotion and volition in making mature choices, he offers specific ways in which effective therapy can invigorate and restore one’s moral intelligence. Twelve Step programs talk about addiction as spiritual bankruptcy. John focuses on the fourth step, wherein participants are asked to take a searching and fearless “moral” inventory, as well as the successive six steps, which involve moral reparation and moderative living.

Learning Objectives
This presentation will teach participants the following:

  • Carl Jung’s belief in how to deal with “the ultimate ethical problem”
  • How emotional containment is critical to the development ofemotional literacy
  • How the talking cure can limit the restoration of mature moral and spiritual flourishing
  • How the human will is a mental force that can change the structure of the brain

Earn 5.5 Continuing Education Credits
The Meadows provides 5.5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:

  • NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 5.5 CEU’s.
  • The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider # 5687, 5.5 CEU’s.
  • Course meets qualification for 5.5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider # 2645, 5.5 Credits.
  • Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 5.5 Advanced CEH’s.
  • Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 810 C 0710, 5.5 CEH’s.
  • MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155.
  • LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839.
  • Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418.
  • MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462.
  • Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling #20-254237.
  • Florida Board of Psychology #20-254237.

Certificate of Completion
You must attend the lecture in its entirety. No partial credit will be given. No exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/ certification boards to determine eligibility to meet your continuing education requirements.

 


Ben Franklin Institute- BRAIN MATTERS: Neuroscience,Trauma,and Recovery

March 4-6, 2010
Savannah, Georgia
Register by Phone (800) 643-0797

Advanced Clinical Training for Therapists and Counselors

CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION:
Ben Franklin Institute, producer of The Summit for Clinical Excellence Conference is the premiere provider of continuing education for behavioral health, mental health and addiction professionals. We bring together the best and brightest trainers from many disciplines offering a broader perspective; to help our therapists and counselors better address the issues that their client is facing day to day.

CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES:

  • To identify specific diagnostic and treatment approaches, counseling skills and modalities that will be successfully applied to the fields of mental health, behavioral health and addictive disorders; including but not limited to: neuroscience and intimacy, religious addiction & abuse, anger , emotional regression, experiential techniques, neuroscience and trauma and related psychological and behavioral disorders.
  • To learn the symptoms and characteristics of the disorders mentioned in objective #1 and how they have interfered with the clients’ interpersonal and family relationships. To participate in skill building workshops and unique training that offer cognitive and experiential clinical techniques; to assist in patient/client recovery from these listed disorders.

Schedule:
Friday, March 5,2010
Effective Therapy: A Major Force in Enhancing Moral Development
JOHN BRADSHAW, MA
8:30-10:00am
This presentation will underscore and reframe the overarching role of effective therapy in developing client's moral intelligence.

Developing Your Moral Intellegience: the Royal Road to Full Recovery - Part One
JOHN BRADSHAW, MA
This presentation will teach the step by step method that will assist you on how to contatin your feelings (emotions) and use their innate power to make sound and temperate decisions, to self nurture and self motivate, two part presentation.

Developing Your Moral Intellegience: The Royal Road to Full Recovery - Part Two
JOHN BRADSHAW, MA

The conference location is at the Hyatt Regency Savannah.
Hotel reservations can be made by calling the Hyatt Regency Savannah Hotel reservations at 912 238-1234

Request the Special Summit/Ben Franklin rate of $165.00 per night. To ensure availability, reservations should be made by 2/3/2010.

Reservations made after February 3rd, 2010 will be honored on a space and rate availability basis.

 


March 12, 2010
Holiday Inn Midtown
440 West 57th Street
New York, New York 10019
212-634-5329

Schedule
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Lecture 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lunch 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Lecture 1:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Cost
$50 per person (includes lecture, materials and 5 continuing education credits) Please contact The Meadows to register at 1-800-632-3697.

  • Confirmation letter will be emailed.
  • For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received 72 hours prior to the scheduled event.
  • No refunds will be given on or after the event date.
  • The Meadows is committed to providing all attendees equal access to this event; call two weeks prior to event for ADA needs.

Effective Therapy: A Major Force in Enhancing Moral Intelligence
In this cutting-edge lecture, John brings forth a strong case for the role of therapy in forming moral intelligence. In his latest book, Reclaiming Virtue, John draws the conclusion that humans possess a unique innate moral intelligence — defined as “right practical reasoning in making good choices.” John argues that this ability to choose well is marred by addictions and emotional illness. Focusing on the critical part played by emotion and volition in making mature choices, he offers specific ways in which effective therapy can invigorate and restore one’s moral intelligence. Twelve Step programs talk about addiction as spiritual bankruptcy. John focuses on the fourth step, wherein participants are asked to take a searching and fearless “moral” inventory, as well as the successive six steps, which involve moral reparation and moderative living.

Learning Objectives
This presentation will teach participants the following:

  • Carl Jung’s belief in how to deal with “the ultimate ethical problem”
  • How emotional containment is critical to the development ofemotional literacy
  • How the talking cure can limit the restoration of mature moral and spiritual flourishing
  • How the human will is a mental force that can change the structure of the brain

Earn 5.5 Continuing Education Credits
The Meadows provides 5.5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:

  • NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 5 CEU’s.
  • The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider # 5687, 5 CEU’s.
  • Course meets qualification for 5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider # 2645, 5 Credits.
  • Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 5 Advanced CEH’s.
  • Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 810 C 0710, 5 CEH’s.
  • MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155.
  • LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839.
  • Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418.
  • MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462.

Certificate of Completion
You must attend the lecture in its entirety. No partial credit will be given. No exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/ certification boards to determine eligibility to meet your continuing education requirements.

 


24th National Conference on The Self & Family
Santa Fe, New Mexico
April 6-9 2010

Program Focus and Goals
The 24th National Conference on the Self and Family, April 6-9, 2010, offers a unique opportunity to join exceptional speakers and trainers in an intensive study of the individual and the family system impacted by a range of disruptive behaviors, addictive disorders and mental illnesses. Pathways to wellness and personal growth will also be explored. We will examine the individual and the family from a myriad of perspectives including individual experiences, couples dynamics and multi-generational patterns. We will identify effective and innovative intervention strategies through indepth analysis of disruptive, compulsive and addictive behaviors. Traditional as well as alternative counseling and therapeutic topics will be addressed. Woven throughout will be an examination of the quest for meaning and the roles that transcendence and spirituality play in our lives. View keynotes and workshops in our conference brochure.

Some other topics addressed include:
  • Psychology, Spirituality and True Happiness
  • Lust, Romance, Attachment: The Drive to Love
  • Trauma and the Process Addictions
  • The Addiction/Trauma Connection
  • The Primacy of the Affect System
  • Consciousness in Recovery
  • Trauma and the Healing Process
  • Ways to Foster Resilience and Post Traumatic Growth
  • Treating Clients with Anxiety and Mood Disorders
  • Psycho-Cultural Assessment and Interventions
  • Sexual Intimacy: Combining Sexuality and Emotional Closeness
  • The Future of the Field: Preparing for the New DSM-V

Be sure to attend this highly acclaimed national training event featuring customized training opportunities for new treatment strategies and the sharing of research advances for clinicians, counselors and others in the helping professions. You can earn up to 23 credit hours of continuing education units to fulfill your state and national board requirements.

Hotel & Travel
The Eldorado Hotel & Spa will be the conference site. Eldorado Hotel room rates are: $139 single/double plus tax. Please ask for booking #418. Reserve rooms by March 9. The Hotel Santa Fe is an alternate hotel. Hotel Santa Fe will provide a shuttle for guests to the Conference Site. Conference rates are $99-$109 single/double plus tax. Please ask for booking #1070JE. Reserve rooms by March 9. For more detailed hotel & travel information, please go to the Santa Fe Conference special travel and hotel room rates page.

Hotel & Travel
The Eldorado Hotel & Spa will be the conference site. Eldorado Hotel room rates are: $139 single/double plus tax. Please ask for booking #418. Reserve rooms by March 9. The Hotel Santa Fe is an alternate hotel. Hotel Santa Fe will provide a shuttle for guests to the Conference Site. Conference rates are $99-$109 single/double plus tax. Please ask for booking #1070JE. Reserve rooms by March 9. For more detailed hotel & travel information, please go to the Santa Fe Conference special travel and hotel room rates page.

24th National Conference on the Self and Family is Approved by:
American Psychological Association (APA), National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC), National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC), Association of Social Work Board(ASWB), California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC), Canadian Addiction Counselors Certification (CACCF). View all Board Approvals for The Behavioral Health & Addictive Disorders Conference. Call 1-800-441-5569 to register

 


Putting the Past Behind: Family-Of-Origin Work
Arlington, Virginia
Friday April 30 - Saturday May 1 2010

Our relationships within our families of origin are the most powerful ones in our lives. Yet for many of us, they became contaminated and filled with tensions. We have often been shaped and influenced by critical, shaming, abandoning, neglecting and possibly blatantly abusive parenting. This workshop will give you the opportunity to address your unmet developmental dependency needs. You will have the choice to participate in various skill-building exercises. The goal of the workshop is to help you learn certain life skills that you should have learned at each developmental stage of a normal childhood. These skills will enhance your personal freedom. It is another step in putting the past behind and creating greater choices in your life today.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Understand and identify developmental dependency needs
  • Discuss Vocabulary of Emotions and Affect Theory
  • Utilize skill-building exercises to enhance personal freedom

FRIDAY
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Lecture 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Lunch* 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Lecture 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
* boxed lunch provided

SATURDAY
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Lecture 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lunch* 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Lecture 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
* boxed lunch provided

Location
Sheraton Crystal City
1800 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
703-486-1111

Public Transportation
The Sheraton is located across the street from the Crystal City Metro stop on the yellow and blue line trains.

Parking
Parking at hotel garage is $10 per day.

Cost
$250 per person
(includes workshop, materials and 12.5 continuing education credits)

  • Confirmation letter will be emailed.
  • For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received 72 hours prior to the scheduled event.
  • No refunds will be given on or after the event date.
  • The Meadows is committed to providing all attendees equal access to this event; call two weeks prior to event for ADA needs.

Earn 12.5 Continuing Education Credits
The Meadows provides 12.5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:

  • NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 12.5 CEU’s.
  • The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider # 5687, 12.5 CEU’s.
  • Course meets qualification for 12.5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider # 2645, 12.5 Credits.
  • Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 12.5 Advanced CEH’s.
  • Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 810 C 0710, 12.5 CEH’s.
  • MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155.
  • LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839.
  • Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418.
  • MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462.

Certificate of Completion
You must attend a session in its entirety. No partial credit will be given. No exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/certification boards to determine eligibility to meet your continuing education requirements.

Call 1-800-632-3697 to register

 


Western Conference on Behavioral Health & Addictive Disorders, "Unchain the Brain"
June 17-19 2010 - Newport Beach, California
Earn up to 22.5 hours for continuing education!!

The Western Conference tackles the issues of behavioral health and addictions using an integrated approach which considers the complex emotional, social and spiritual dimensions of each individual. Trauma, brain research and therapy, prescription drug abuse, process addictions, dual disorders, sexuality, depression, medical issues, health care reform, humor in recovery, nutrition and recovery, family therapy, mindfulness and spirituality, are among the many issues to be explored.

Hotel & Travel
US Journal Training has reserved a block of rooms for registrants until May 17. Room rates at the Newport Beach Marriott are $175 single or double (plus tax). Reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card. For reservations contact the hotel directly (800-228-9290 or 949-640-4000). To receive conference rate, mention U.S. Journal Training and hotel code USJUSJA.

Western Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders Conference
American Psychological Association (APA), National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC), Association of Social Work Board (ASWB), California Board of Behavioral Sciences (CBBS), Canadian Addiction Counselors Certification (CACCF), National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC), California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC). View all Board Approvals for the Western Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders Conference.

Registration Fee Includes:

  • Welcoming Continental Breakfast
  • Morning and afternoon refreshments
  • Conference Materials
  • Continuing Education Certificate
  • 1 Year Subscription to Counselor Magazine ($26 value)

Newport Beach Tuition
Full Program-$395.00 (before April 15)
Full Program-$445.00 (after April 15)
Full Program-$495.00 (after May 14)
Daily Tuition-160.00 (before May 14)
Daily Tuition-180.00 (after May 14)

For more information or assistance with registration, please call toll free, 1-800-441-5569

 


Voice America Radio – Second Chances with host Susan Armstrong
August 25, 2010 1PM CST
www.voiceamerica.com


Wednesday, August 25
Susan Armstrong is an internationally known speaker, gifted personal growth teacher, corporate trainer to Fortune 100 companies, personal coach, and award-winning author of “An Invisible Prison.” She is a Certified Training Professional and was recently awarded the Canadian Society for Training and Development (CSTD) Gold Award for Excellence in Training. Susan will be interviewing John on a variety of topics. Get to the site early...you have to register (it's free) before you can hear the feed.

Location
Go to www.voiceamerica.com. More information on other programs and accessing past programming may be found at the web site.


 

Hay House Radio – Conscious Wealth series with host Helen Kim
September 14, 2010 3PM EST
www.HayHouseRadio.com


Tuesday, September 14
Helen Kim, the financial expert specializing in your relationship with money, works with her series to help address your financial health and money relationship from the inside out targeting different aspects of your relationship with money from the emotional, practical and spiritual perspectives. If your issues with money have caught your attention it’s a perfect opportunity to understand your actions and behaviors and what you can do to live in peace while building a firm foundation from which you can build your wealth. Call in on Tuesday, September 14 at 3 PM (EST) when John and Helen will discuss how to heal your shame to heal your money.

Location
Go to www.HayHouseRadio.com and click on “Listen Now” on the left. More information on other programs and accessing past programming may be found at the web site.


 

Sponsored by The Meadows - www.themeadows.org

Effective Therapy: A Major Force in Enhancing Moral Intelligence
September 24, 2010
Bellevue, WA

Friday, September 24

Effective Therapy: A Major Force in Enhancing Moral Intelligence
John Bradshaw, MA

In this cutting-edge lecture, John brings forth a strong case for the role of therapy in forming moral intelligence. In his latest book, Reclaiming Virtue, John draws the conclusion that humans possess a unique innate moral intelligence, defined as “right practical reasoning in making good choices.” John argues that this ability to choose well is marred by addictions and emotional illness. Focusing on the critical part played by emotion and volition in making mature choices, he offers specific ways in which effective therapy can invigorate and restore one’s moral intelligence.

Twelve Step programs talk about addiction as spiritual bankruptcy. John focuses on the fourth step, wherein participants are asked to take a searching and fearless “moral” inventory, as well as the successive six steps, which involve moral reparation and moderate living.

Learning Objectives

• Utilize Carl Jung’s belief in methods for dealing with “the ultimate ethical problem” to inform current understandings of “moral Intelligence.”
• Describe methodologies for teaching emotional containment critical in the development of emotional literacy.
• Identify the limitations of verbal therapies in the restoration of mature moral and spiritual health.
• Discuss the ramifications of the human will as a mental force able to change the structure of the brain.

Location
Hilton Bellevue Hotel
300 112th Aveenue SE Bellevue, WA 98004
425-455-1300

Schedule
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Lecture 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Lunch 12 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. (boxed lunch provided)
Lecture 1:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Cost
$50 per person (includes lecture, lunch, materials and 5 continuing education credits)
Confirmation letter will be emailed.
For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received 72 hours prior to the scheduled event. No refunds will be given on or after the event date.
The Meadows is committed to providing all attendees equal access to this event; call two weeks prior to event for ADA needs.

Earn 5 Continuing Education Credits
The Meadows provides 5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:
- NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 5 CEU’s..
- The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider # 5687, 5 CEU’s.
- Course meets qualification for 5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider # 2645, 5 Credits.
- Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 5 Advanced CEH’s.
- Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 905 C0713, 5 CEH’s.
- MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155.
- LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839.
- Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418.
- MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462.
- The Meadows is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Meadows maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Course meets criteria for 5 hours of continuing credit hours for psychologists.

Certificate of Completion
You must attend the lecture in its entirety. No partial credit will be given. No exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/certification boards to determine eligibility to meet your continuing education requirements.

*To register, please click on this link or Contact The Meadows for more information at 1-800-632-3697

 


Family Systems: Dealing with the Chemically Dependent Family
Sponsored by Valley Vista Inpatient Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services
October 1, 2010
Fairlee, Vermont

 

Friday, October 1

Location
Lake Morey Resort
1 Clubhouse Road, Fairlee, VT 05045
802-333-4311 (hotel)

Schedule
Events all day Thursday, September 30 & October 1.
John Bradshaw will speak October 1 @ 2:15 PM.

Cost
$195 For the two day event, $110 for one day
Call 802-222-5201 to register or for more information, directions, contact information and mail-in registration form click here.

Lodging at the Lake Morey Resort is as follows:
Overnight Rates Include: Lodging Only
Single Occupancy $112.00 per room, per night
Double Occupancy $91.00 per room, per night
Triple Occupancy $101.00 per room, per night
Quad Occupancy $111.00 per room, per night
The 9% Vermont Rooms & Meals Tax will be added to the above quoted rates.
We require a $50.00 per room deposit in order to guarantee all reservations. Visa, MasterCard & American Express are accepted

Continuing Education Credits
September 31: 5.75 CEUs
October 1: 6.25 CEUs
All day attendance required to earn CEUs

Registration: To register for the Valley Vista event, please email Shawna Hervey at shawna.hervey@vvista.net or call 802-222-5201 or for more information, directions, contact information and mail-in registration form click here.


Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development
October 5, 2010
SMU Campus 5228 Tennyson Pkwy, Plano Tx.

Great Hall 7:00-9:00 PM

Tuesday, October 5

Developing Moral Intelligence – The Royal Road to Emotional Health
John Bradshaw, MA

John will bring to this lecture, built on the foundations of his Pulitzer Prize nominated book, to the SMU campus at the newly founded Simmons School of Education and Human Development. In RECLAIMING VIRTUE: How We Can Develop the Moral Intelligence to Do the Right Thing at the Right Time for the Right Reasons, Bradshaw sythesizes information culled from a wide range of disciplines – especially the most recent revelations in neuroscience – to illuminate our innate instinct for goodness. Showing, step by step, how we can cultivate goodness in ourselves and in others, especially within our own families.

This event is free to the public. We look forward to seeing you there.

For more information, directions and contact information click here.

 


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The Meadows 2010 Annual Symposium
October 13-15, 2010
Hoffman Estate, Illinois

Wednesday, October 13

Effective Therapy: A Major Force in Enhancing Moral Intelligence
John Bradshaw, MA

In this cutting-edge lecture, John brings forth a strong case for the role of therapy in forming moral intelligence. In his latest book, Reclaiming Virtue, John draws the conclusion that humans possess a unique
innate moral intelligence — defined as “right practical reasoning in making good choices.” John argues that this ability to choose well is marred by addictions and emotional illness. Focusing on the critical part played by emotion and volition in making mature choices, he offers specific ways in which effective therapy can invigorate and restore one’s moral intelligence.

Twelve Step programs talk about addiction as spiritual bankruptcy. John focuses on the fourth step, wherein participants are asked to take a searching and fearless “moral” inventory, as well as the successive six steps, which involve moral reparation and moderate living.

Learning Objectives

• Utilize Carl Jung’s belief in methods for dealing with “the ultimate ethical problem” to inform current understandings of “moral Intelligence.”
• Describe methodologies for teaching emotional containment critical in the development of emotional literacy.
• Identify the limitations of verbal therapies in the restoration of mature moral and spiritual health.
• Discuss the ramifications of the human will as a mental force able to change the structure of the brain.

Schedule
6 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Registration
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Lecture

Location
The Stonegate Conference Center
2401 West Higgins Road
(at Barrington Road I-90 interchange)
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169
847-884-7000
For directions and maps, click here.

A limited block of rooms has been set aside at Hyatt Place Chicago, 2750 Greenspoint Parkway, Hoffman Estates, one-half mile from the Stonegate Conference Center. To book the group rate of $105 per night, please call the hotel directly at 847-839-1800 and mention you are a participant at The Meadows symposium.

Cost (Two Options)
First option: Full Event (Wednesday, October 13 - Friday, October 15)
Early Registration (30 days prior) $175
Registration After September 12, 2010 $225
Includes full event, special evening with John Bradshaw on October 13, event materials, lunch on Thursday and Friday, and up to 14 continuing education credits.
Register for the full event here.

Second option: Wednesday Evening only
Wednesday Evening Only $25
Includes training with John Bradshaw and 2 continuing education credits.
Click here to register for Wendesday evening only.

Accreditation
The Meadows is approved by the following boards to offering continuing education.

NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 14 CEU’s. The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider # 5687, 14 CEH’s. Course meets qualification for 14 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider # 2645, 14 Credits. Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 14 Advanced CEH’s. Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 810 C 0710, 14 Advanced CEH’s. Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418. MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462. MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155. LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839. Illinois
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association (IAODAPCA). Approved, Program #10119, Category: Counselor I or II, Assessor I or II, MISA I or II, CCJP II, PCGC II, CAAP I, CRSS I or II, BRI II, MAATP I or II. State of Ohio CSWMFTB: Applied for, pending approval. Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative: Applied for, pending approval.

The Meadows is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Meadows maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The symposium meets criteria for up to 14 hours of continuing credit hours for psychologists. In order to obtain a certificate of completion, you must attend a session in its entirety. No partial credit
will be given – no exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/certification boards to determine continuing education requirements.

Cancellation Policy: For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received 2 weeks prior to the
scheduled event. Cancellations received after this date will be refunded less a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds will be given on or after the workshop date. The Meadows is committed to providing all attendees equal access to this event; call three weeks prior to event for ADA needs.

Registration: To register for The Meadows 2010 Symposium, please click here or call 1-800-632-3697.

 

 


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Putting the Past Behind: Family-Of-Origin Work
October 29-30, 2010
New York, New York

About the Presenter
John Bradshaw, MA

Our relationships within our family of origin are the most powerful ones in our lives. Yet for many of us, they became contaminated and filled with tensions. We have often been shaped and influenced by critical, shaming, abandoning, neglecting and possibly blatantly abusive parenting. This workshop will give you the opportunity to address your unmet developmental dependency needs. You will have the choice to participate in various skill-building exercises. The goal of the workshop is to help you learn certain life skills that you should have learned at each developmental stage of a normal childhood. These skills will enhance your personal freedom. It is another step in putting the past behind and creating greater choices in your life today.

Location
Holiday Inn Midtown
440 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
212-581-8100

Schedule
FRIDAY SCHEDULE:
8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Registration
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Lecture
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lunch
SATURDAY SCHEDULE:
8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Registration
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Lecture
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch

Cost
$250 per person
Includes workshop, materials and 12.5 CEC’s., PLEASE CALL 1-800-632-3697 TO REGISTER.

Earn 12.5 Continuing Education Credits
The Meadows provides 12.5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:

  • NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 12.5 CEU’s.
  • The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider # 5687, 12.5 CEU’s.
  • Course meets qualification for 12.5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider #2645, 12.5 Credits.
  • Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 12.5 Advanced CEH’s.
  • Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 810 C0710, 12.5 CEH’s.
  • MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155.
  • LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839.
  • Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418.
  • MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462.

Certificate Of Completion
You must attend the lecture in its entirety. No partial credit will be given. No exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/certification boards to determine eligibility to meet your continuing education requirements.

Registration
To register for Putting the Past Behind: Family-of-Origin Work in New York click here or call 1-800-632-3697.

 

 


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Putting the Past Behind: Family Of Origin Work
Sedona, Arizona
November 12-14, 2010

Our relationships within our family of origin are the most powerful ones in our lives. Yet for many of us, they became contaminated and filled with tensions. We have often been shaped and influenced by critical, shaming, abandoning, neglecting and possibly blatantly abusive parenting. This workshop will give you the opportunity to address your unmet developmental dependency needs. You will have the choice to participate in various skill-building exercises. The goal of the workshop is to help you learn certain life skills that you should have learned at each developmental stage of a normal childhood. These skills will enhance your personal freedom. It is another step in putting the past behind and creating greater choices in your life today.

Location
Inn of Sedona
1200 W. Highway 89A
Sedona, Arizona 86336
928-282-3072

A limited number of sleeping rooms are available at the rate of $115 plus tax, per night. Please mention that you are attending The Meadows’ event.

Schedule
FRIDAY SCHEDULE:
6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
SATURDAY SCHEDULE:
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
SUNDAY SCHEDULE:
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Cost
$250 per person
Includes workshop, materials and 12.5 CEC’s.PLEASE CALL 1-800-632-3697 TO REGISTER.
Cancellation Policy:
For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received one week prior to the scheduled event. Cancellations received less than 1 week before the scheduled event will be refunded less a $50.00 cancellation fee. No refund will be given on or after the workshop date. In the event of circumstances beyond our control, The Meadows reserves the right to amend or cancel any event. The Meadows will refund the registration fee in full, but is not liable for any expense incurred by participants as a result of cancellation.

Earn 12.5 Continuing Education Credits
The Meadows provides 12.5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:

  • NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 12.5 CEU’s.
  • The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider #5687, 12.5 CEU’s.
  • Course meets qualification for 12.5 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider #2645, 12.5 Credits.
  • MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155.
  • LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839.
  • Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 12.5 Advanced CEH’s.
  • Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 810 C0710, 12.5 CEH’s.
  • Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418.
  • MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462.

Certificate Of Completion
You must attend the lecture in its entirety. No partial credit will be given. No exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/certification boards to determine eligibility to meet your continuing education requirements.

Registration
To register for Putting the Past Behind: Family-of-Origin Work in Sedona click here or call 1-800-632-3697.


Houston Community College 2010 Common Book Award
Houston, Texas
November 18, 2010

The Houston Community College has awarded John Bradshaw's Reclaiming Virtue: How to Develop the Moral Intelligence to Do the Right Thing at the Right Time For the Right Reasons as its 2010 Common Book. The HCC Common book is nominated and voted on by the faculty and staff as a work held in high regard that will be used in discussions and service learning outside of the established cirriculum. John will accept the award and speak about the inportance of his work as it relates to the impact of core values such as virtue on the family and self.

Location
5601 West Loop South, Auditorium

(Click here for map)

Schedule
Thursday, November 18, 2010 11:30 AM

Cost
Free to the public

 


 

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The Transforming Power of Emotion
Houston, TX
January 4, 2011

 

John Bradshaw, MA

FREE LECTURE

Location
Hamill Foundation Conference Center

Council on Alchohol and Drugs Houston
303 Jackson Hill Drive
Houston, TX 77007

Time
7:00 PM sharp - 8:30 PM

Cost
Free

For more information on The Meadows: Houston Free Lecture Series, contact Betty Dicken at bicken@themeadows.com .

 


How Effective Recovery Develops the Abilty to Make Healthy Choices
Dallas, TX
January 18, 2011

John Bradshaw, MA

FREE LECTURE

Location
Unity Church Dallas Sanctuary
6525 Forrest Lane
Dallas, TX 75230

Time
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Cost
Free

For more information please contact Betty Dicken at 972-612-7443 or at 800-892-7799.

 


 

Becker School
Houston, TX
January 20, 2011

John Bradshaw, MA

FREE LECTURE

Location
Becker School - Emanu El Chapel
1500 Sunset Blvd.
Houston, TX 77005

Time
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Cost
Free

For more information please call 713-529-5771.

 


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The Meadows Alumni Retreat
Scottsdale, Arizona
January 21-23, 2011

The Meadows’ staff invites you to the annual alumni weekend retreat. Join us to experience support, recommitment and celebration as part of your recovery journey. The weekend will include workshops with Pia Mellody, John Bradshaw and The Meadows’ counselors, recreational time, and entertainment. Saturday afternoon workshop topics include:

• Healthy Sexuality
• Relapse Prevention
• Parenting in Recovery
• Issues in Long–term Sobriety
• Managing Depression

This retreat is only for those who have participated in one of our weeklong workshops, including family week or in-patient treatment at The Meadows, Mellody House, Dakota or Texas.

Location
Franciscan Renewal Center
5802 East Lincoln Drive
Scottsdale, Arizona 85253
480-948-7460

Cost (Two Options)
$260 per participant with loging
Cost includes activities, meals & lodging with a roommate at the Renewal Center. Transportation is on your own.

$105 per participant without lodging
Cost includes activities & meals. Transportation is on your own.

Cancellation Policy
For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received 2 weeks prior to the scheduled event. Cancellations received after this date will be refunded less a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds will be given on or after the event date.

Registration
The following are the available options for registering for the Alumni Retreat. You may only select one of the following options.

Option One: If you would like your registration to include lodging with a roommate at the Renewal Center, click here.
Option Two: If you would like your registration to NOT include lodging, click here.

Or call 1-800-632-3697.


Resource Center Dallas and SMU Simmons Present two interactive workshops with John Bradshaw- www.rcdallas.org

Reclaiming Your Inner Child
Dallas, TX
Thursday February 10, 2011

This workshop will highlight John Bradshaw's revolutionary work of embracing our innocence and reclaining our wounded inner child. Many people have repeated patterns of unwanted behavior stemming from long-held family messages. These messages can cause shame and anger that is then carried well into our adult lives. Life consequences of unhappiness and nonfufuilment of self presents in a range of mental health challenges including difficulties with self esteem, unhealthy relationships problems, depression, anxiety and many addictions. John Bradshaw's techniques in healing your inner child offer a source of hope, fufillment and regeneration. Three things are striking about inner child work, John Bradshaw says - the speed with which people change when they do this work, the depth of the change and the power of creativity that will result when wounds of the past are healed.

Healing the Shame that Binds Us
Dallas, TX
Wednesday March 2, 2011

This workshop highlights John Bradshaw's theory and theraputic processes on healing toxic shame. Often stemming from childhood but reinforced by internal and external sources, shame has been identified as a destructive force in the lives of so many. Noting recent mass interest in societal shaming characterized by bullying with devastating result, the role of shame in feeding depression, anxiety, interpersonal problems and addiction, Bradshaw will review techniques of releasing the shame that binds us. The result can be a newly awakend spirituality.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2011
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m..
Lecture 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, March 2, 2011
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m..
Lecture 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Location
Lakewood Theatre
1825 Abrams Rd.
Dallas, TX. 75214

Cost (per person)
One workshop: $65.00
Both workshops: $100.00
Students: $25.00

Registration: www.rcdallas.org

(Continuing education credits available for mental health professionals)

More information is also available here .


"Walking the Heroic Path" - The Third Annual It Happens to Boys Conference
Cathedral City, California
March 5, 2011

A conference designed to identify signs of abuse and to learn tools to live a productive life. John's lecture is entitled “How Toxic Shame intensifies Rage and Violence in Boys and Men”.

Location
Doral Desert Princess Hotel
67967 Vista Chino, Cathedral City, CA 92234
760-322-7000

Schedule
Saturday, March 5, 2011 9AM
(The entire conference runs from March 4-5)

Cost
$150 per person + $15 for CE's
Includes lunch.

Earn 12 Continuing Education Credits
This course meet the requirements for 12 CE’s for MFT’s, and LCSW’s by Board of Behavioral Science # PCE4340
Carol Teitelbaum, MFT

Registration
Please call 760-346-4606 or email catbaum@earthlink.net . For more information and complete conference details, including speakers and times, please click this link.

 

 


Some Thoughts on Being an Utterly Unique Nuance of Divinity - Two Lectures at Unity Church

Lecture One:

Houston, TX
March 23, 2011

Topics for this lecture will include:

- The Collective Spiritual Tradition; each of us is a unique nuance of divinity
- Thomas Aquinas' belief in the utter autonomy of each created being
- Søren Aabye Kierkegaard's position on God's unconditional gift of absolute freedom
- Adult theology; God's answers to Job

 

Lecture Two:

Houston, TX
March 30, 2011

Topics for this lecture will include:

- You are utterly unique, God-like, and free-a LARGE responsibility!
- How specifically are you utterly unique?
- Some help in finding your calling and legacy.

Location
Unity Church of Christianity
2929 Unity Drive
Houston, TX 77057

Schedule
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 7PM
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 7PM

Cost
Free to the public.

Contact information
Please call 713-482-4050

 


John Bradshaw in conjunction with Inova Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Services- www.inova.org

Putting the Past Behind: Family of Origin Work
Fairfax, VA
Friday April 15, 2011

Our relationships within our families of origin are the most powerful in our lives. Yet for many of us, they became contaminated and filled with tensions. We have often been shaped and influenced by critical, shaming, abandoning, neglecting and possibly blatantly abusive parenting. This workshop will give you the opportunity to address your unmet developmental dependency needs. You have the choice to participate in various skill-building exercises. The goal of the workshop is to help you learn certain life skills that you should have learned at each developmental stage of a normal childhood. These skills will enhance your personal freedom. It is another step in putting the past behind and creating greater choices in your life today.

FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2011
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Location
Waterford at Fair Oaks
12025 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway
Fairfax, VA. 22033

Cost (per person)
$125.00

For more information, please call 703-289-7593

 


How Effective Therapy Molds Moral Intelligence & Healing the Inner Child
Draper, UT
Friday April 22, 2011 & Saturday April 23

 

APRIL 22-23, 2011

Location
The Ark of Little Cottonwood
272 East 1200 South
Draper, UT. 84020

Emotional health author and TV personality, John Bradshaw, will be presenting workshops on Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23, at The Ark of Little Cottonwood’s Outpatient Facility at 272 East 1200 South in Draper.

Friday’s workshop, designed for mental health professionals and interested individuals, “How Effective Therapy Molds Moral Intelligence,” will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost to attend the Friday workshop is $100 per person (although a $70 fee is available to mental health professionals who attend the “Generations” conference April 20 and 21 at the Salt Palace).

Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits are available to mental health professionals who attend this workshop.

Saturday’s workshop, “Healing the Inner Child,” will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. This workshop is free for Ark clients and family only. Other individuals may attend the Saturday workshop for $100, and these attendees must be pre-approved by The Ark.

For more information, please call 801-783-4682

 


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Healing the Shame that Binds You
May 6, 2011
Denver, CO

 

Healing the Shame that Binds You
John Bradshaw, MA, Fellow of The Meadows, has combined his exceptional skills as counselor, author, theologian and public speaker for the past four decades to become a world-renowned figure in the fields of addictions, recovery, family systems and the concept of toxic shame. John has written three New York Times best-selling books: Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing Your Inner Child, Creating Love, and Healing the Shame That Binds You. His latest book is titled Reclaiming Virtue: How We Can Develop the Moral Intelligence to Do the Right Thing at the Right Time for the Right Reason.

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2011
Schedule
Registration 9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Lecture 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Lunch 12 noon - 1:00 p.m. (on your own)
Lecture 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Location
Grand Hyatt Denver
1750 Welton Street
Denver, CO 80202-3999

Cost (per person)

  • $95 per person / $85 online registration
    (includes lecture and materials and 5 continuing education credits)
    Hotel valet parking is discounted to $10 for the day; otherwise, street lot parking is available in the area.

  • Confirmation letter will be emailed.

  • A fee of $15 is deducted for cancellation. Refund requests must be made in writing to The Meadows, 553 W. Wickenburg Way, Wickenburg, AZ 85390, fax: 928-684-7821, or email: events@themeadows.com; no refunds will be given on or after the event date.
  • The Meadows is committed to providing all attendees equal access to this event; call two weeks prior to event for ADA needs.

Earn 5 Continuing Education Credits
The Meadows provides 5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:

  • NAADAC Approved Provider. Provider # 000217, 5 CEU’s.
  • The Meadows is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education. Provider # 5687, 5 CEU’s.
  • Course meets qualification for 6 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Provider # 2645, 5 Credits.
  • Provider Approved by CAADAC. Provider # OS-03-960-0811, 5 Advanced CEH’s.
  • Provider Approved by CAADE. Provider # CP40 905 C 0713, 5 CEH’s.
  • MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider # 168-000155.
  • LCSW/LSW for the State of Illinois. Provider # 159-000839.
  • Texas State Board of MFT Approved. Provider # 418.
  • MSW for the State of Texas. Provider # 2462.

Certificate of Completion
You must attend the lecture in its entirety. No partial credit will be given. No exceptions. Please note that it is your responsibility to contact your licensing/ certification boards to determine eligibility to meet your continuing education requirements.

Further details and registration links can be found here.

Plano, Texas - Southern Methodist University
2011 Winter Term for SMU Graduate Students only - Two weekends-

October 28, 29, 30, 2011

Adjunct Professor John Bradshaw, M.A. will present:

Family of Origin - HDCN 6313

This course is designed as an in-depth study of the principles of Bowen systems theory, as well as related issues in family systems therapy. Strong emphasis will be placed on theory, on viewing the family as an emotional unit, on understanding the individual client as a continuing presence in his or her family of origin, and on strategies for applying this knowledge in a a clinical setting. Equal attention will be given to the dynamics of each student’s own family of origin/extended family with the opportunity to explore, study, and comprehend that family of origin over as least three generations through role play and experiential activities. For family professionals in training, few opportunities exist for a far-reaching examination of families of origin with a focus on professional applicability; the objective of this course is to provide an environment conducive for that very exploration.
SMU currently enrolled Graduate students only.

 


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