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Foster Climate Resilience in Your Practice September 11, 2020
September 11, 2020 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Foster Climate Resilience in Your Practice – Current Virtual Group runs September 11th through February 12th from 1:30 to 3 pm. September theme is “Dousing with Water Amid Autumn Wildfires” — standing with those affected by hurricanes.
Amidst the twin pandemics of COVID-19 & systemic racism, the climate crisis persists (and is interrelated). Gathering online for robust and responsive consultation can help anchor your practice.
- If you are concerned about how the climate crisis and other large-scale crises are affecting your clients.
- Or you have asked yourself how your own visceral reactions to the climate crisis are shaping your work.
- And you would like to strengthen the trust and safety you foster, so that your clients (and you) are more resilient.
Register by Wednesday, September 9th. Contact me at email@example.com, or call me at 206 367-3058. Group size is between 3 and 6 members. Commitment is for 6 months. The cost is $60 per month for 6 months ($360 total). Or $300 when paid in advance (a savings of $60). Pay for either the first month or all six when your spot in the group is confirmed.
Develop and deepen a safe container for climate grief. Build capacity for presence amid worldwide upheaval. Create resiliency strategies for yourself and for your clients. Relieve and manage your own reactions – both emotional and physical so that you can be more available to your clients. Welcome climate conversation into therapy to strengthen client trust.
You can draw on my over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist, and my over 15 years of environmental/climate volunteer work, as well as the community we form together. My training and experience in supervision, and in building resilience to climate change, plus my founding/leading a group of therapists for social justice complete the foundation of the group.
Remember to register by Wednesday, September 9th at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call me at 206 367-3058.