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TRAIN YOUR BRAIN, CHANGE YOUR LIFE
(or . . . how to get out of your own way!)
Neuroscience, cognitive therapy and contemplative practices show us how we can transform our thoughts and feelings our very experience of life by engaging specific mental practices to enhance happiness, well-being and peace. The course will be an opportunity for participants to learn these practices and the science behind their effectiveness.
Recognize your personal thinking traps and learn how to get free of them.
Develop the skill of on purpose non-judgmental awareness to transform fear, anxiety, depression and hopelessness.
Learn mental skills that promote peace, vitality, confidence and purpose.
Participants in this small, confidential and intimate setting will
Use journaling techniques to track thoughts and feelings and identify their thinking traps.
Use the techniques as you go to move through difficult situations.
Share experiences and progress with other group members and get and give support.
When: Next class planned for October, 2011. Keep checking for exact dtes and times.
Where: The Library Small Conference Room
Cost: $150 paid in advance or two payments of $80 paid at the beginning and on week 4.
Course Leader: Cate Potyen, MA MFT. Cate is a psychotherapist practicing in Steamboat Springs, CO. In 27 years of practice she has helped individuals, couples and organizations find creative solutions that enhance happiness, creativity, and well-being. She is a practicing Buddhist and cognitive therapist. Her work blends contemplative traditions and neuroscience.
For more information and to register, please call Cate at 970 879-2111