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What does it mean when it keeps hurting?

Why do some people tend to "get over it" more easily than others?

When will this pain end?

A workshop on healing from loss, grief and heartbreak.

Saturday, September 26th 2009    ☞    San Diego, CA    ☞    Register Now!

Presenter

Vincentia SchroeterVincentia Schroeter, PhD. has been a psychotherapist counseling individuals, couples and families for over 30 years. She likes helping people sort through their relational and individual struggles to gain the potential to live happier lives. She has a particular interest in sorting through the difficulties we have in expressing grief and heartbreak. She has experienced the painful devastation as well as the transformative power of coping with her own losses in life.

I believe even when we are lost in struggle or pain, people are motivated to grow.

Vincentia received her PhD in 1999, completing research on attachment between mothers and babies. She holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from the University of San Francisco, received in 1975. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and certified Bioenergetic Analyst, currently practicing in Encinitas and Escondido, California.  Her website can be found at vincentiaschroeterphd.com.


Who should attend this workshop?

This workshop is aimed towards the general public.  Anyone who has suffered through,

  • Loss of a dream
  • Loss of a lover
  • Loss of a parent
  • Loss of a child
  • Loss of a job
  • Loss of a house
  • Loss of a best friend

... is encouraged to attend. 

As a teacher, Vincentia brings enthusiasm and respect for each person’s process. The workshop will explore heartbreak from a somatic, emotionally expressive, and experiential format.  Why do some people tend to “get over it” more easily than others?  What can be done to work through pain so that one can carry on?  How can I go on without my lost love?

I walk to the river alone to cry my sorrow
Then I see you on the other shore.
I know your face,
You are the same as me,
Broken in the same place in your heart.

- Vincentia Schroeter


Date and location


When:
Saturday, September 26th 2009
9:00a - 12:00p

Manchester Conference Center,
University of San Diego

5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110

Early discounted registration: (till Friday, Sept 18th)
$35*

No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
If there is any financial hardship to pay, please contact us.

*Add $10 for registration during the last week.  Subject to availability.

Cancellation Policy:
 
Fees are refundable less $10 processing fee, if written request received by Sept 12 '09.


Continuing education credits (CEUs)

LMFTs & LCSWs  Attendance at this workshop meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.  Southern California Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis (SCIBA) is a BBS approved provider #4025.

CEUs are $10 for the workshop. 


Registration

Registration online is extremely easy and convenient. For payment, we accept all major credit cards.  Once we have received your information and payment, we will send you an email confirming your registration. 

Register for the Workshop

If you'd like to register through the mail, please download the registration flyer


Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.  Or call us at (949) 891-2005.


Links

[ Vincentia Schroeter's website ]

[ Southern California Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis (SCIBA) website ]
[ Living Ubuntu website ]

 
Sept 26th 2009
San Diego, CA
presented by
Living Ubuntu
Southern CA Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis (SCIBA)
 
 
If we do not look at our own wounds, our own unwanted, rejected places -- acknowledging, honoring, and reclaiming them within our accommodating presence -- how can we possibly do this with others?
- Saki Santorelli
 
I Dreamed That Love Would Never Die