Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 1 of 2 (Rowe, MA)
Oct
6
to Oct 11

Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 1 of 2 (Rowe, MA)

  • Rowe, MA - The Rowe Center (map)
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Part one of a two-part program that will introduce the theory and practice of Dialogue Therapy, a time-limited structured model of couple therapy that is rooted in aspects of psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and psychodrama. The didactic sessions will involve lecture, power point, video demonstration, and Q&A. Experiential sessions will involve dyadic exercises and mindfulness practice.

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Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 1 of 4 (Chicago, IL)
Nov
7
to Nov 10

Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 1 of 4 (Chicago, IL)

  • Chicago/Midwest Sessions of Dialogue Therapy (map)
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Become nationally certified Dialogue Therapist in the newly revised Dialogue Therapy model, a structured, time-limited method that draws on psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and psychodrama. Dialogue Therapy can be applied with couples in conflict, as well as with any other dyadic relationships in conflict. This innovative model also can be used to defuse and resolve social or cultural conflicts between equals, in which the ideals of mutuality and reciprocity offer special challenges.

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Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 2 (Kings County, CA)
Nov
14
to Nov 16

Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 2 (Kings County, CA)

Dialogue Therapy is a time-limited structured model of couple therapy that is rooted in aspects of psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and psychodrama. The didactic sessions will involve lecture, power point, video demonstration, and Q&A. Experiential sessions will involve dyadic exercises and mindfulness practice.

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Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 2 of 4 (Chicago, IL)
Jan
30
to Feb 2

Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 2 of 4 (Chicago, IL)

  • Chicago/Midwest Sessions of Dialogue Therapy (map)
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Become nationally certified Dialogue Therapist in the newly revised Dialogue Therapy model, a structured, time-limited method that draws on psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and psychodrama. Dialogue Therapy can be applied with couples in conflict, as well as with any other dyadic relationships in conflict. This innovative model also can be used to defuse and resolve social or cultural conflicts between equals, in which the ideals of mutuality and reciprocity offer special challenges.

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Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 3 of 4 (Chicago, IL)
Apr
2
to Apr 5

Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 3 of 4 (Chicago, IL)

  • Chicago/Midwest Sessions of Dialogue Therapy (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Become nationally certified Dialogue Therapist in the newly revised Dialogue Therapy model, a structured, time-limited method that draws on psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and psychodrama. Dialogue Therapy can be applied with couples in conflict, as well as with any other dyadic relationships in conflict. This innovative model also can be used to defuse and resolve social or cultural conflicts between equals, in which the ideals of mutuality and reciprocity offer special challenges.

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Love Between Equals: Relationship as a Spiritual Path (Portland, OR)
Apr
17
to Apr 18

Love Between Equals: Relationship as a Spiritual Path (Portland, OR)

  • Portland, OR - Oregon Friends of Jung (map)
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Equal and reciprocal love between adults - in marriage and committed partnerships – is in many ways more problematic now after decades of struggle for gender equality and sexual freedom. Marriage has moved from being a vow of impersonal loyalty (“in sickness and in health, until death do us part”) to a vow of personal desire (“as long as this meets my needs”).

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Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 4 of 4 (Chicago, IL)
May
14
to May 17

Foundational Training in Dialogue Therapy: Session 4 of 4 (Chicago, IL)

  • Chicago/Midwest Sessions of Dialogue Therapy (map)
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Become nationally certified Dialogue Therapist in the newly revised Dialogue Therapy model, a structured, time-limited method that draws on psychoanalysis, mindfulness, and psychodrama. Dialogue Therapy can be applied with couples in conflict, as well as with any other dyadic relationships in conflict. This innovative model also can be used to defuse and resolve social or cultural conflicts between equals, in which the ideals of mutuality and reciprocity offer special challenges.

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Love Between Equals - Relationship as a Spiritual Path
Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

Love Between Equals - Relationship as a Spiritual Path

  • Derby, VT - First Universalist Parish of Derby Line (map)
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Equal and reciprocal love between adults - in marriage and committed partnerships – is in many ways more problematic now after decades of struggle for gender equality and sexual freedom. Marriage has moved from being a vow of impersonal loyalty (“in sickness and in health, until death do us part”) to a vow of personal desire (“as long as this meets my needs”). Polly will speak on Love Between Equals: Relationship as a Spiritual Path during the Sunday service.

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Befriending the Enemy: Liberating Yourself from Shadow Projections
Jun
1
1:00 PM13:00

Befriending the Enemy: Liberating Yourself from Shadow Projections

  • New York, NY - Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church (map)
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How is it going in your family? Are you relating to and speaking with all of the people you love? Are you able to solve problems and conflicts with your partner and adult children? If it’s hard for you to avoid blaming someone, if you disavow your own aggressive motives and project them onto others — you’re not alone. Everybody does this. It’s possible, though, to free yourself from projecting your shadow (the unconscious parts of yourself that you repress) onto those you perceive as enemies.

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Workshop: The Tibetan Book of the Dead and the Storehouse of the Mind: Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Time and Space
May
4
9:30 AM09:30

Workshop: The Tibetan Book of the Dead and the Storehouse of the Mind: Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Time and Space

In the workshop, Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D. will expand on Dialogue Therapy and the Buddhist Storehouse of the Mind. Dr. Wegela will also expand on the Tibetan Book of the Dead as a work of life transition and death transition. LEARN MORE

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Lecture: The Tibetan Book of the Dead and the Storehouse of the Mind: Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Time and Space
May
3
7:00 PM19:00

Lecture: The Tibetan Book of the Dead and the Storehouse of the Mind: Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Time and Space

  • University of Oregon, McKenzie Hall, Room 240C (map)
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Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D. will speak on her groundbreaking work on Dialogue Therapy, drawing on the Storehouse of Mind, a Buddhist notion that has deep resonances with the Collective Unconscious found in Jung’s Analytical Psychology. LEARN MORE

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Foundations in Dialogue Therapy Training: Session 4
Apr
11
to Apr 14

Foundations in Dialogue Therapy Training: Session 4

  • Vermont Center for Integrative Therapy (map)
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With Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D. and Jean Pieniadz, Ph.D. An overview of the psychological, developmental and spiritual principles of Dialogue Therapy as a method of individual and relational development, this session will examine the theories and methods that undergird Dialogue Therapy. We will also investigate the process of development through Dialogue Therapy in comparison to individual psychodynamic psychotherapy and review and discuss participants’ videos of their own work. LEARN MORE

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