Enliven Your Therapy Practice (6 CEUs)

Experiential Ways to Add FUN, FLOW & FREEDOM to Your Work!

When: Friday, October 13th  9:30am-4pm

Where: Campbell Community Center, Orchard City Banquet Hall (OCBH on Winchester side)

           1 W. Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA 95008

Presenters: Don Hadlock, LMFT    LaDonna Silva, LMFT     Steve Smith, LMFT


Workshop Highlights

Learn to creatively work with countertransference and find more joy in your practice

Identify and release any blocks to creativity and a state of flow in your sessions

Nurture your sense of freedom by facing and transcending any fears or limitations

Explore the Aikido principles of awareness and centeredness with Sensei SueAnn McKean

 Come share a day of exploration with us!!


Learning Objectives-At the end of the workshop you will be able to:

  • Identify and release blocks to your creativity in therapy sessions
  • Discuss resources and techniques for resolving countertransference
  • Apply methods to free yourself from countertransference in therapy sessions
  • Explain the value of an inner state of freedom and joy to psychotherapy
  • Develop a basic understanding and ability to regulate body awareness and centeredness


Registration (If you register after 10/8/17 please bring a lunch with you)

Licensed: $100



Pre-Licensed: $80 


About the Presenters

Don Hadlock, LMFT--Founder of the Process Therapy Institute and former adjunct faculty at JFK and Sofia Universities




LaDonna Silva, LMFT--Specializes in working with trauma, couples & LGBTQ community





Steve Smith, LMFT--Specializes in couples and relationships and author of The Enlightened Relationship: Mastering the Metaphysics of Love 




CEU's offered by The Process Therapy Institute (Provider #050112) approved by CAMFT 

Cancellation Policy: Full refunds will be issued to any cancellation prior to 10/6/17. After 10/6/17 no refund will be issued for cancellations. Please contact Steve Smith at 408-910-4257 for any cancellation or to report any grievances. 

The facility is accessible to persons with disabilities.If you have a special need, please contact Steve Smith at 408-910-4257.