• Presented by: Tim Burns, M.A.

    Dates/Times: Saturday & Sunday, 10/16 & 10/17, 9am-6pm MST

    DESCRIPTION:
    This course introduces participants to developmental neurobiology across the life span, examining how human development, behavior and growth stem from a well-regulated, optimally functioning brain and nervous system. Using a variety of modalities participants will explore an integrated framework for human development and the emergent knowledge of brain plasticity and learn essential skills related to rebalancing the central and autonomic nervous system pathways.


    LOCATION: SWC Campus - Must be vaccinated to attend.

    16 CECs

    Presenter Bio:
    Tim Burns, M.A., is an educator and author with over thirty years experience as a teacher, counselor, program facilitator, drug treatment program director and professional development specialist. He is the author of three books related to his work.

  • Presented by: Alisha Shelbourn, M.A., LPAT, LPCC

    Dates/Times: Friday, 11/12, 6-8pm; Saturday & Sunday, 11/13 & 11/14, 9am-5:30pm MST

    DESCRIPTION:
    This course will provide students with skills that allow them to assess and treat addiction and co-occurring issues, and will be introduced to current approaches to initiating changes in thought, behavior and relationships that support recovery. Students will take a deep dive into the Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).


    LOCATION: SWC Campus - Must be vaccinated to attend.

    16 CECs

    Presenter Bio:
    Alisha Shelbourn, M.A., LPAT, LPCC, has a diverse background working with children, families and individuals at varying stages of treatment and recovery. She has many years’ experience in the trauma recovery and addictions fields, and has worked in all areas of treatment including residential and outpatient programs.

  • Presented by: Lorraine Freedle, Ph.D., ABPdN, CST-T

    Dates & Times: Friday, 10/22, 6-9pm; Saturday & Sunday, 10/23 & 10/24, 9am-6pm MST

    Training or coursework in the foundations of Jungian Sandplay Therapy is recommended prior to taking this course (e.g. CMH 5055). If not, contact the instructor for suggested preparations, [email protected]


    DESCRIPTION:
    Students will explore the impact of trauma on the brain, body, and psyche/soul and discover how sandplay heals trauma from a neuropsychological perspective. Leading theories on trauma treatment are reviewed and applied to case studies in sandplay with an emphasis on theories rooted in neurodevelopment, depth psychology, affective neuroscience and body-centered therapies.

    LOCATION: SWC Campus - Must be vaccinated to attend.

    16 CECs

    Lorraine Freedle, Ph.D., ABPdN, CST-T, is the Chief Clinical Officer for TeamBuilders Behavioral Health, a children’s counseling and care center in Santa Fe, NM. Dr. Freedle is the research editor for the Journal of Sandplay Therapy. www.lorrainefreedle.com.

  • Presented by: Laura Rademacher, M.A., LMFT, CST

    Dates/Times: Friday, 11/19, 6-8pm; Saturday & Sunday, 11/20 & 11/21, 9am-5:30pm MST

    DESCRIPTION:
    This course will explore the idea of sexual inheritance, including the implicit and explicit messages about sexuality received from our families, cultural beliefs/practices, religious beliefs/ practices, as well as epigenetic inheritances of the experiences of our ancestors. Students will learn to identify bias and unconscious narratives that can create barriers for relating with diverse clients, and examine how these inheritances may shape us as people and professionals. We will practice skills and interventions to help clients explore their sexual inheritance and begin the process of change for the parts of their sexual inheritance they want to transform and heal in order to facilitate authentic intimacy and participate more consciously in their sexual lives.


    LOCATION: Zoom Synchronous

    16 CECs

    Presenter Bio:
    Laura Rademacher, M.A., LMFT, CST, is an AASECT certified sex and relationship therapist with over 13 years of experience as a sex-positive sexual health educator. She is the author of The Principles of Pleasure: Working with the Good Stuff as Sex Therapists and Educators” (Routledge, 2017).

  • Presented by: Ann Filemyr, Ph.D. & Deborah Schroder, M.S., ATR-BC, LPAT

    Dates/Times: Saturday & Sunday, 10/2 & 10/3, 9am-6pm MST

    DESCRIPTION:
    This course utilizes techniques in both art therapy and ecotherapy to address the rupture between human and other than-human life. The subsequent intergenerational trauma is often carried unconsciously as an inarticulate but deep longing to fully connect and belong. The kinship relationships we are seeking to heal include our relationships with the other-than human life we depend upon, including air, fire, water, earth and the animals, plants, stones, stars, that form our sense of place and family. We will utilize nature, mindfulness, and art-making processes to access messages, emotions, memories, and beliefs about who we are, and where we come from as a strategy of healing.


    LOCATION: SWC Campus - Must be vaccinated to attend.

    16 CECs

    Presenter Bios:
    Ann Filemyr, Ph.D., is the Director of the Ecotherapy Certificate Program. She was trained as a traditional healer by the late Ojibwe herbal medicine woman, Keewaydinoquay Peschel.

    Deborah Schroder, M.S., ATR-BC, LPAT, is the Chair of the Art Therapy/Counseling program at SWC. She has published two books on art therapy, “Little Windows Into Art Therapy” and “Exploring the Use of Art-Based Genograms in Family of Origin Therapy.”

  • Presented by: Rev. Ted Wiard, Ed.D., LPCC, CGC

    Dates/Times: Saturday & Sunday, 12/4 & 12/5, 9am-6pm MST

    DESCRIPTION:
    Topics covered include the natural process of dying, hospice and palliative care, the exploration of the nature and impact of different types of death, issues for survivors, funeral practices and transitional rituals in a cross-cultural context.


    LOCATION: Zoom Synchronous

    16 CECs

    Presenter Bio:
    Rev. Ted Wiard Ed.D, LPCC, CGC is the Director of the Trauma, Grief and Renewal Certificate. He is the founder and Director of Golden Willow Counseling and Golden Willow Retreat and Clinical Director for Rio Grande Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program in Taos and Las Vegas. Dr. Wiard maintains a private practice.


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Classes @ SWC Campus

Location Information

  • Friday - Sunday Workshops @ SWC CAMPUS
  • 3960 San Felipe Rd, Santa Fe, NM, 87507 US


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