Porges & Carter workshop, and I get to be a panelist!

>Cool stuff! Dr. Stephen Porges, the researcher behind the Polyvagal Theory of Emotion mentioned in my last blog post, and attachment researcher Dr. Sue Carter, are giving a one day workshop in San Francisco, December 4th, 2010. It’s sponsored by the California Institute of Integral Studies, Somatic Psychology Program.

This will be a hugely informative workshop relevant to anyone interested in the intersection of neurobiology, attachment and therapy. And an extra sweetener is that I was asked to be a panelist for the event! I suspect I’ll do more learning than commentary, as these are some very smart, smart folks to hang out with (CEU’s too). Please join us!

Date and Time: Saturday, December 4, 2010, 9:00am-5:00pm
Place: Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102-2115, 415) 394-1111
Transportation: Two blocks off Market St. Muni Lines; Near Powell St. BART Station. Public transportation options recommended
Cost: $125 Student Rate: $80 with a facsimile of proper academic ID included in the faxed or mailed
CE Units: 6 hours of CEU credit will be provided for LCSW/MFT and for PH.D. through CIIS/APA for a $15 handling charge. (415) 575-6100

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