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  • Thursday, July 11, 2024 12:00 PM | Amanda Cortez (Administrator)

    Please join Yes To Therapy in hosting a summer CEU on "Storytelling and It's Power In Healing." 

    Please visit to learn more and sign up!

  • Saturday, May 25, 2024 10:00 AM | Alexandra Johnson

    Instructors: Roxanne Caswell and Katherine Davis

    Breema offers essential nourishment for body, mind, and feelings, supporting you to experience greater harmony within yourself. In this monthly series, we will learn Breema bodywork and Self-Breema exercises, perfect expressions of the Nine Principles of Harmony. Studying Breema is a gift to yourself, and to those with whom you practice what you learn!

    Please be comfortable sitting, moving, and working on a well padded floor.

    $50 if paid by May 15 (use coupon code EARLYBIRD),  $60 thereafter.

    For more information please contact the Breema Center: 510-428-0937 or

    3 CE hours available for massage therapists and bodyworkers, nurses, LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs. $10 fee for processing.

    Alexandra Johnson doing Breema bodywork at Hummingbird Valley in Santa Cruz, CA

  • Thursday, May 09, 2024 10:00 AM | Amanda Cortez (Administrator)

    Back due to popular demand 


    Email us at to register & receive your Zoom Link JOIN US ON ZOOM This course is tailored for mental health professionals. In this one-hour session, we will offer a thorough introduction to multiculturally informed counseling approaches for clients who identify as first generation. The content will begin with an examination of the similarities in therapy experiences for first generation therapy attenders and first generation Americans.

    We will then delve into the application of multiculturally informed approaches for creating client centered treatment spaces. The session will wrap up with an introspective activity inviting therapists to explore their internalized biases and a group discussion.

    Cost: $10 Cancellations made 24 hours or more in advance of the event date, will receive a 100% refund. Cancellations made with less than 24 hour notice will be held to paying full price. 

    Please visit for more information 

  • Friday, April 12, 2024 7:00 PM | Alexandra Johnson

    Friday, April 12th from 7-8:30pm at Hummingbird Valley Retreat Center in Santa Cruz! 

    This workshop is especially suited to those who have little or no prior experience with Breema (though everyone can benefit). In a nurturing, nonjudgmental atmosphere, we will practice simple Breema bodywork sequences, cover all the basic elements, and discover how to work with the Nine Principles of Harmony while giving and receiving. We will also look at incorporating Breema into our busy lives, and extending the benefit of giving and receiving into our everyday activities.

    Breema supports the body’s vitality, increases the availability of the mind, and nurtures our true feelings. The movements range from energetic and playful to calm and relaxing. Practicing Breema provides a way to balance whatever state we find ourselves in. The practice can help us overcome lethargy by increasing our energy, or relieve stress by releasing tension.

    On a more essential level, as our body, mind, and feelings work together with the aim of participating fully in the movements, we may experience a deep sense of being present, a new way of relating to ourselves and everything around us, and a glimpse of the potential and purpose of being human.

  • Thursday, March 21, 2024 3:23 PM | Amanda Cortez (Administrator)

    Wether your client is a first-generational mental health client or a first generation American, therapy is a new concept.

    The objective of this course is to prepare clinicians with the knowledge and skills to tailor their sessions with a multicultural approach & create a healing space for their first time clients. 

    Throughout this workshop, you will learn ways to empower clients through multiculturally informed approaches in therapy. You will explore and understand ways to provide client centered care for communities. 

    This is a virtual CE on Thursday, March 28th at 10:00am

    If you are interested in learning more, please visit 

  • Tuesday, March 05, 2024 10:00 AM | Amanda Cortez (Administrator)

    Pet Grief and Loss is a continuing education course that focuses on the emotional impact and grieving process experienced by individuals who have lost a beloved pet. This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the grief and mourning process associated with pet loss and highlights the importance of supporting individuals through their grief.  

    The course addresses a significant gap in existing continuing education programs by specifically focusing on pet loss and grief, helping professionals acquire the necessary expertise to empathize with and offer appropriate support to grieving pet owners. It recognizes the unique nature of pet loss and the impact it can have on one's emotional well-being and overall quality of life.

    Cost: $10.00

    To learn more, please email:

  • Wednesday, February 07, 2024 7:00 PM | Alexandra Johnson

    It is possible to find inner calm, balance and connection even during the busiest times of life. Breema and the Nine Principles of Harmony support us to harmonize body, mind, and feelings, and offer ways to relate to yourself, to others, and to all of life with an open heart. This experiential class will offer Self-Breema exercises, Breema bodywork exchanges and simple, effective tools for bringing more harmony into daily life.

    This class is participatory and experiential. We will practice a variety of somatic movement and partner bodywork exercises that nurture connection between body, mind, and feelings, and open possibilities to process events in a new way that strengthens our capacity to assimilate, heal, and live fully and vibrantly.

    Please wear comfortable long pants and socks. 

    $20/ class

    Registration and More Information

    Breema Bodywork and Self-Breema

  • Saturday, February 03, 2024 2:00 PM | Lara Willing

    Announcing my upcoming workshop Should I Stay or Should I Go?  It is a presentation and workshop giving several exercises to help gain clarity about the relationship, support decision making, and nurture participant needs during any transition. Each participant will be expected to focus on the exercises themselves, and nobody will be expected to talk, so it would be compatible with anonymity. There is more information and a flyer at this link or feel free to email me with any questions at

    Saturday Feb 3 2-4pm online via zoom. California residents 18 or over only.

    With care,

    Lara Willing, LMFT

  • Wednesday, January 24, 2024 10:00 AM | Amanda Cortez (Administrator)

    Given the increasing need for professionals to work with children and families, the goal of this session is to help clinicians feel that they have the knowledge and skills to coach parents while treating children with behavioral symptoms. Learning objectives will be to distinguish key parenting styles and how they impact childhood behaviors, positive discipline methods into behavioral plans, explain key ways parents can provide appropriate recognition of growth in childhood behavioral symptoms, understand key ways how parenting approaches impact childhood braindevelopment and familial trust and learn key exploration questions for parents into therapeutic treatment.

    Meet our instructor: Hakikat Sahota, LPCC13051, earned her Masters in Clinical & Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, along with her Bachelors in Child Development from University of Washington. Hakikat works with children of all ages, including their families & caregivers, in her clinical work. 

    Cost is $10.00 

    Online link for joining provided upon registration

    Please visit for more information or email us directly at

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