DARe 1 – Healing Early Attachment Wounds & Embracing the Authentic Self – Boulder, CO – Alicen Halquist
February 2, 2018 - February 4, 2018| $850
$725.00 before January 1st, 2018, $850.00 after.
This three-day workshop will introduce the fundamental concepts of Attachment Styles: Secure, Ambivalent/Preoccupied, Avoidant/Dismissive and Disorganized – as well as how they impact our current adult relationships. Based on Dr. Diane Poole Heller’s groundbreaking approach, this workshop will help you learn what the hallmarks are for identifying each style, their challenges and what is needed to heal insecure attachment patterns, as well as what is needed to “learn” and reinforce secure attachment. It will include lectures, experiential exercises, guided imagery meditations, practice sessions, live demos and videos.
Continuing Education Credits
Continuing Education credit hours are available to professionals for an additional processing fee of $99. For more information about sponsors, providers and State-specific approvals, professions covered, and number of credits for this course, click here or contact your event organizer.
Alicen Halquist is a Licensed Psychotherapist with a Masters Degree in Somatic Psychology. She has 23 years’ experience facilitating and assisting in the training of the Somatic Experiencing (SE) model through the Foundation for Human Enrichment (FHE, formerly SETI). She has extensive experience integrating SE with the DARe model.
Alicen has served as a Faculty Instructor, a Senior Lead Assistant, and supervises trainings through the advanced level for FHE. In addition, she is Adjunct Faculty in the graduate somatic psychology program at the Naropa University, in Boulder, CO, and has also been trained in Psychobiological therapy by Stan Tatkin.
Her approach integrates deep mindfulness, is informed by eastern philosophy, a personal meditation practice, yoga, dance/creative arts therapy, and a belief that healing trauma can give us direct access to spiritual expansion.
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
Full refunds will be given if an applicant is denied acceptance into the program or in the rare event that the class is canceled. A refund, less a $100 administrative fee, will be issued if a participant chooses to withdraw 30 days prior to the workshop date. After day 30, 50% of registration fee will be given up to two weeks prior to workshop date.
LATE CANCELLATION: When canceling within 14 days of the workshop date, no refund will be given.
NOTE: Paid fees can ALWAYS be transferred to another class (without paying the $100 administrative fee) even with late cancellation, or the full amount can be applied towards the purchase of educational resources from our webstore.
Course registration signifies agreement with the terms of the cancellation policy.
All refunds will be paid within thirty (30) days after receipt of cancellation.