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  • 2018-05-22 1:11 PM | Constance (Connie) Habash

    For women who have done a fair amount of personal and spiritual growth, and desire to go deeper in a supportive community. It's a lovely adjunct to individual therapy, or as a focus for greater growth on its own.

    A place to call your sanctuary

    A group of women who deeply support you on your spiritual path and nurture your personal growth, healing, and transformation.

    • Find your authenticity
    • Develop trust – in yourself, others, and the Divine
    • Learn to communicate confidently and honestly
    • Transform your relationships
    • Work through challenging emotions
    • Experience potent awareness and aliveness in the present moment
    • Discover your true, empowered Self


    Spiritual topics each session lead us to explore meaningful areas of our lives.  Meditation and other spiritual practices deepen the experience.

    Every other Monday in Menlo Park – two group times

    11am-12:30pm (WAITLISTED – Contact Rev. Connie to get on the list)

    3:15-4:45pm (1 opening in late spring 2018)

    $65 per session, minimum 4 month commitment
    Limited to 4-6 participants

    For information and to schedule your initial meeting, visit the Sacred Journey webpage or contact Rev. Connie

    Rev. Connie L. Habash, MA, LMFT, has over 20 years of experience as a holistic and spiritually-oriented psychotherapist, leading groups and working with individuals and couples.  She teaches yoga and meditation and serves on the faculty of three yoga teacher trainings in the bay area.  Ordained as an Interfaith Minister, Connie’s classes, groups, workshops, and retreats are filled with yoga philosophy and spiritual inspiration.

  • 2018-05-15 5:42 PM | Nancy Orr Chapter Administrator (Administrator)

    SCCPA 2018 Awards Gala

    June 2, 2018
    6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Foothill College Campus Center, Plaza Dining Room,
    Los Altos Hills
    Keynote Speaker: Honorable Zoe Lofgren

    This event is free admission to all, invite family, friends, and colleagues.

    Free buffet dinner and a live jazz band.  Space is limited, you must RSVP. This an alcohol free event.

    Register and more info for 2018 SCCPA Awards Gala, June 2nd

    SCCPA Gala Flyer 14May2018.pdf

    Annette Taylor, SCCPA Administrator
    info@sccpa.org | 530-205-9533 office| 408-757-7720 cell
    PO Box 419, Santa Clara, CA 95052 | www.sccpa.org

  • 2018-04-16 11:30 AM | Karla Brown

    The Center for the Study of Group Psychotherapy  ~  Harnessing the Power of Group Therapy: Leadership Essentials  ~  Saturday, May 12th 9-5pm in Mountain View

    By 4/23: $100 || After 4/23: $115 || CSGP.org

    Essentials for different types of groups; Group Therapy from the inside out: experiential; Monopolizing, Absenteeism, Conflict

  • 2018-04-06 9:00 AM | Jaclyn Long

    Teen Wellness Group with Danielle Seybold, Associate MFT, Mindfulness Teacher   Sat  Apr 14-May 12 (no class 5/5)  3-5pm  4966 El Camino Real ste #115, Los Altos, CA

    Teens will have the opportunity to explore a fulfilling mixture of mindfulness tools, community, and expressive arts activities. Activities include gentle movement warm-ups, sensory-awareness mindfulness practices, creative arts and a dialogue about common sources of stress to help normalize the challenges teens face.  Teens will also learn practical, simple & straightforward techniques to increase resilience during stressful times. Danielle is a certified Mindful Schools facilitator and is skilled at engaging teens in enriching activities & fulfilling dialogue. http://mindbodymoms.com/event/teen_wellness_spring_2018/

    FACILITATOR: Danielle Seybold is a psychotherapist (Associate Marriage and Family Therapist), registered yoga teacher, certified parent educator, mindfulness coach, and mother.  She is trained by Mindful Schools and delivers their curriculum in classrooms in the SF Bay Area.  Danielle counsels adults and teens on issues including stress, anxiety, self esteem, perfectionism, relationships, and anxiety at the Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, CA.  She draws on Cognitive Behavioral Therapies as well as Mindfulness and Body-Based Psychotherapy when working with adults and teens. She loves working with teens to help them tap into inner resources and unlock potential. REGISTER NOW!

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  • 2018-03-13 11:06 AM | Junko Yamauchi

    Weekly support group for immigrant moms who are struggling raising kids between multiple cultures. 

    Cost: $40/session 

    When: Every Thursday, 9am-10am

    Where: 1885 The Alameda, Suite 202, San Jose CA 95126

    Facilitator: Junko Yamauchi, LMFT 103994. Junko has been working with clients who have multicultural issues, depression, anxiety, social issues, DV, SA, trauma. Free 20 min phone consultation required prior to join the group.

    Email: junkoyamauchiLMFT@gmail.com

    Voicemail: 408-647-6814

    Website: https://sites.google.com/view/junkoyamauchilmft/home


  • 2018-03-09 11:02 AM | Teresa Scott
    The West Coast ISTDP Consortium (WIC) is pleased to announce that internationally renowned ISTDP master, Dr. Josette ten Have-de Labije, will be in California this April from Berlin.  We will be offering CE units for each of these workshops. Dr. ten Have-de Labije will be in Los Angeles for a two-day workshop on Sat Apr 14 and Sun Apr 15. CE/CME available. 
    For more details and Eventbrite registration information, please see the eventbrite link “Josette in LA”. Or, to register for Josette’s LA workshop, copy the following into your browser or click: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-day-in-los-angeles-with-an-istdp-master-josette-ten-have-de-labije-psyd-tickets-42991944062?aff=es2

    Dr. ten Have-de Labije will also hold a one-day workshop at Stanford University on Sat Apr 28, co-sponsored by WIC and ISTDP NorCal.  CE/CME available.  For more details and Eventbrite registration information, “Josette at Stanford”.  Or, to register for Josette's Stanford workshop, copy the following into your browser or click:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/istdp-clinician-josette-ten-have-de-labije-at-stanford-tickets-43791617908?aff=es2  

    WIC (West Coast ISTDP Consortium) and ISTDP Norcal are interest groups of clinicians promoting learning of Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy


  • 2018-03-07 12:54 PM | Kathleen Bishop

    Women’s Intuitive Eating & Body Image Educational  Support Group in San Jose, CA

    Bi-monthly support group designed to help participants break free of negative body image while learning a non-diet approach to eating, using the principles of Intuitive Eating and Health At Every Size® with Kathleen Bishop, LCSW and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. 

    Beginning 3/27/18  (another group starting 5/15/18)

    2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month  

    6:30-8pm 

    $50 per session/6 session commitment 

    Client's can sign up on my Website: bodypeaceliberation.com

    or call at 408-637-7502 or email at bodypeace@outlook.com


  • 2018-02-27 8:08 AM | Teresa Scott

    “HOW CAN I BE MORE EFFECTIVE?”  

    A day-long workshop for psychotherapists

     

    Facilitators:  Ron Albucher, Diane Byster, and David Wolff

    Date:  Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

    Location:  Stanford University Vaden Health Center

    Fee:  $100 for licensed therapists, $50 for trainees

     

    Would you like to:

    • ·      See change and improvement in your patients starting in session one?
    • ·      Have a basic road map to explore the dynamic unconscious?
    • ·      Know when to intervene, what to say, and why you’re saying it?
    • ·      Learn how to read the body language, facial expressions and verbal tone of your patients and understand how best to respond?
    • ·      Help your patients experience their unconscious feelings and impulses in the here and now to help liberate them from their suffering?
    • ·       Help your clients reach their highest level of functioning?
    • ·      Feel alive and deeply connected with your patients on a moment-to-moment basis during each session?

    In this one day training you will learn the basics of:

    • ·      Conducting rapid diagnostic assessment far different from how most therapists have traditionally been trained.
    • ·      Testing your interventions out for effectiveness and learning how to modify them based on the patient’s response.
    • ·      Assessing and regulating anxiety to keep it in an optimal range for change and growth.
    • ·      Identifying and interrupting resistance and defense patterns that prevent your clients from reaching their goals.

    You will be able to watch videotapes from actual therapy sessions that demonstrate these techniques; practice implementing them through experiential exercises; process what it is like to work clinically in a new way; and explore what you can do to sustain the learning after the day ends.

    If you would like to sign up for this workshop, please email David Wolff at dmwolff@pacbell.net for a registration form.  We regret that we cannot offer CE units for this training.


  • 2018-02-17 12:12 PM | Diane Gaither

    This is a free workshop presented by Diane Patton Gaither, LMFT and sponsored by the EDRC for parents and caregivers of children struggling with eating disorders, but is open to the public and suitable for anyone wanting to learn more about helping those with eating disorders or to obtain additional resources and information about these disorders, communication, treatment, and care.

    Info: Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 8:30am-12pm     Location: EDRC @ Mission Oaks Hospital 15891 Los Gatos-Almaden Road, Los Gatos, CA 95032 email Diane Gaither, LMFT at dpattontherapy@gmail.com or call (408) 772-9967 to register

  • 2018-02-07 1:37 PM | Karla Brown

    Understand and appreciate the power of group therapy. 

    For Licensed Mental Health Professionals and Interns. 2.5 hour experiential workshop in Mountain View. Saturday, February 10th, 12:30pm - 3pm. Register here: CSGP.org

    Learning Objectives:  Increase your understanding and knowledge of group therapy. Learn group therapy tips to enhance your leadership skills. Learn about group therapy from the inside out as a member of a demonstration group.

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