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Somatic Ecopsychology and Wilderness Quest Apprenticeship Program 2016

April 29, 2016 @ 9:00 am - October 30, 2016 @ 5:00 pm

$450 - $3497

Blending the ancient ceremony of the wilderness quest with contemporary advances in ecopsychology and mindfulness-based therapy, this one-of-a-kind training is an opportunity to bring Nature into your counseling, coaching or healing work.  With a curriculum informed by the ceremony of the wilderness quest, ecopsychology, Hakomi®, Somatic Experiencing® and other therapies, we’ll teach you an array of practices applicable to urban or wilderness settings.  Over the course of our time together we’ll form a peer community that will nurture and support your personal growth and professional progress in the field of somatic ecopsychology.

This seven-month-long training meets one weekend per month for three months leading up to a mid-summer wilderness quest and continues one weekend per month for three months after the quest. The wilderness quest is, in part, a time to give thanks to the earth and to ask for Nature’s guidance and blessing with others in an earth-based way. Readings, homework assignments and contact with colleagues will build program continuity across the duration of the training.  We will also cover ecotherapeutic approaches more easily applied to urban and other non-wilderness settings.

Open to therapists, wilderness guides, coaches and anyone eager to work more somatically or in alignment with Nature’s healing powers, the Somatic Ecopsychology and Wilderness Quest Apprenticeship Program is ideal for people inspired to become ecotherapists or wilderness quest guides.

*Register by January 1, 2016 and receive a $100 Early Bird Registration Discount*

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Details

Start:
April 29, 2016 @ 9:00 am
End:
October 30, 2016 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$450 - $3497
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Organizer

Dave Talamo
Email:
dave(at)wildernessreflections.com

Venue

West Marin County
CA CA 94938 United States + Google Map