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May 29, 2019 12:00 am

Seaport World Trade Center & Seaport Hotel
Boston, MA

 

Join thousands of clinicians, researchers and professionals in the fields of trauma, neuroscience, attachment and social justice in Boston this Spring for four days of experiential workshops, keynotes, panel discussions, and networking opportunities. This year’s speakers include Bessel van der Kolk, Tarana Burke, Bruce Perry, Cathy Malchiodi, Michael Mithoefer, Richard Schwartz, Ed Tronick, Beatrice Beebe, Ruth Lanius, Paul Frewen, Julian Ford, and many more to be announced!

An exciting lineup of pre-conference workshops will cover topics such as Psychadelics and MDMA for Treating Trauma, Social and Restorative Justice, Attachment Research, Theraplay, Playback Theater, Neurofeedback, Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART), Attachment Regulation Competency Framework (ARC), and much more.

LocationHendersonville, NC
State / ProvinceNorth Carolina
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Event SponsorHaden Institute
More Informationwww.hadeninstitute.com…

10 Presentations • 24+ Workshops • 4+ Dream Group Sessions • CEUs Available
At Kanuga Conference Center in the beautiful NC Blue Ridge Mountains

I get knocked down, but I get up again. You are never gonna keep me down.
– Chumbawamba

In the late 90’s these lyrics were a tribute to the resilience of ordinary people. Loss, trauma, failure, or simply the anxiety and fear that come from living with insecurity and uncertainty, can knock us down.

Imagine spending six days in the Blue Ridge Mountains, gathered with a group of ordinary people learning resources for “getting up again.” Carl Jung said, “We are not what happened to us, we are what we wish to become.” At the Haden Institute we believe most people wish to become the best self they are created to be. The Conference will focus on developing greater resilience through dream work, connection with the Divine, improved relationships with others, deeper inner work, creative expression, ritualizing dream messages, and greater cultural and self knowledge. We invite you to join us as we learn to, as Jung would say, “create more and more consciousness, and therefore kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.”

2019 Key Presentations:

  • The Enneagram as Source of Spiritual Resilience — Joe Howell
  • Embodying the Dream: The Union of Inner and Outer Worlds — Kathleen Wiley
  • Safety vs. Security:  How to Feel Secure in an Unsafe World — Pittman McGehee
  • The Search for Racial Healing — Catherine Meeks
  • Dreams that Can Save Your Life: Cancer Diagnosis and Healing  — Larry Burk
  • The Whole-Making Nearness of God  — Sheri Kling
  • Dreams: our Natural Resource for Mental and Spiritual Resilience — Bob Hoss
  • Relationship Resilience: Loving Deeply in an Age of Disconnection— Chelsea Wakefield
  • A Spirituality of Resilience: ‘Lo I Am With You, Even to the End of Time— Larry Maze 
  • You Heal Me Through Dreams  — Howard Addison

2019 Workshops:

  • Your Soul’s Qualities Discovered through the Enneagram
  • Spiritual Practice as Resource for Security
  • Dream Psychology for Beginners
  • Heal Yourself with Dreaming and Tapping
  • Lucid Dreaming – Engaging the Unconscious
  • Working with Imagery, Color and Guidance
  • Dream Amelioration and Incubation: Practices that
  • Promote Resilience
  • Jewish Practices that Promote Resilience
  • Resilience Resources: Dream Divina
  • The Labyrinth of Love:  A Depth Psychology Look at Love, Desire and Individuation in Connection