A 7-Module Online Course

Use of Contemplative Creative

Approach in Psychotherapy

Fridays Oct. 21st, 28th &
Nov 04th, 11th, 18th, 25th, 2022
from 10.00 AM to 12.00 PM ET

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This is a virtual live event

Education Hours: 14

Instructor: Emma JM. Ates, DTATI, RP, RCAT, CCP
Location: Virtual Live Event on Teachable

Length of Access: One Year
Cost: $250 CAD + GST/HST included
​​**All prices are in CAD$.

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About the Course

This course is an introduction on the use of contemplative creative approach and practices in psychotherapy and clinical practice. There are seven modules, these modules have to be taken in order as they go in a linear fashion from framework, theory, to the CCT 7 levels model to training the embodied mind. Then, we look at each level of the model with methodology and experiential practices.

**Please fill out the form PRIOR TO REGISTRATION for the intended course.

 

*It is a recommended, but not mandatory, to have taken the course "Origins and Foundations of the Contemplative Creative Science" prior to taking this course.

Module 1 – CCS framework, neuroscience, and postures

In the first module, participants learn about the Contemplative Creative Psychotherapy (CCT) framework, theory, and the CCT model of 7 levels to train the embodied mind is used with clients in psychotherapy. We will also learn about how neuroscience and the use of the "Triune Brain" general model help clients understand better their nervous system and relation to learned patterns and strategies. Clinical applications will be discussed.

Module 2 - #1 Intention; #2 Stabilization

In the second module, we will explore 'intention', and 'Stabilization' by looking at definitions, and using meditation and contemplative creative practices (CCP). Clinical applications will be discussed. Clinical applications will be discussed.

Module 3 – #3 Balance and Calm-Abiding

In the third module, we will explore 'Balance' and 'Calm-Abiding' practices by looking at definitions, using mindfulness meditation, and CCP. Clinical applications will be discussed. Clinical applications will be discussed.

Module 4 - #4 Familiarization with Functions and Content of Mind

In this module, we will explore 'Familiarization' with functions, processes, and content of the embodied mind. We will use meditation and CCP for you to experience this method of familiarization. Clinical applications will be discussed.

Module 5 - #5 Deconstruction of Schema and Habitual Patterns

In the fifth module, you will learn about the method of 'Deconstruction' that cultivates discernment of conditioning, schema, and habitual patterns. We will use meditation and CCP for you to experience this method of familiarization. Clinical applications will be discussed.

Module 6 - #6 Contemplation and Cultivation of Qualities

In the sixth module, you will explore 'Contemplation' that cultivates vigilance of mind discrimination, biases, habits, and tendencies. Then, we will look at meditation that can be used to cultivate compassion and equanimity, and how to use CCP. Clinical applications will be discussed.

Module 7 - #7 Engaged Action and Empowerment in Everyday Life

In this last module, you will review the 7 levels of the CCT model to train the embodied mind and how engaged action and empowerment of clients are embedded in this progressive therapy. We will use meditation and CCP to deepen engaged action in everyday life. Clinical applications will be discussed.

What you will learn

  • CCS framework, theory and CCT model of seven levels to train the embodied mind

  • You will be introduced to the Contemplative Creative Model 7 levels of training the mind.

  • You will learn and understand better each level, and how to apply meditation and contemplative creative practices in clinical settings.

  • You will learn on applications of the practices and with which population it has benefits.

 

Audience: Who Should Attend?

Helping professionals who have already been introduced to clinical meditations and the research to support it**, either through attending mindfulness-, compassion-based protocols and therapies (such as MBSR, MBCT, DBT), or equivalent.

**If you have not taken training in mindfulness- or compassion-based protocols but would still like to take this course, please email us.

**THIS COURSE IS NOT a substitute for professional training in mental health professions, and/or creative art therapies.

This CCP introductory course will be offered periodically throughout the year.

If you are interested in the upcoming training, please contact us at contemplativecreativescience@gmail.com

 

Le cours comprend

  • 5 Séance en direct

  • 5 modules vidéo

  • Liste de lecture du cours

  • Références de cours  

  • Lettre de présence