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Beth Hedva, Ph.D.
Beth Hedva, Ph.D.
on behalf of Dr Beth Hedva

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Launch date: 23 Nov 2016
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Explore and discuss how to use inner work and self-care methods to move through and beyond interpersonal power-struggles, intergenerational trauma and patterns of oppression, to address issues of diversity, PTG, spiritual awakening and psychic integration.

This integrative counseling program is relevant to direct client care for clinical counselors, marriage and family therapy, educational psychology, clinical social work, body-oriented therapists, pastoral counselors and clergy, mindfulness educators, social-change enthusiasts and all those interested in helping themselves and others to extend healing during times of trauma, crisis and or accelerated change, as we transition into a global society.

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Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
Objective 1:
Discuss the energy dynamics of basic human needs, the psychodynamics of interpersonal relationships power-struggles, 'ego-death' existential crisis and spiritual crisis as catalysts for PTG and spiritual integration
Objective 2:
Give examples the impact of our basic human need to belong vs. feeling separate or different, and define A-D-D-R-E-S-S-I-N-G diversity issues, oppression, lateral violence and the impact of inter-generational trauma
Objective 3:
Discuss how to use inner work to move through and beyond power-struggles and intergenerational trauma toward PTG, spiritual awakening and psychic integration
Beth Hedva, Ph.D.

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Beth Hedva, Ph.D.
on behalf of Dr Beth Hedva

Beth Hedva, Ph.D., former faculty in the Department of Clinical Psychology, Antioch University, and Adjunct Research Faculty in Sofia University's Global Program, is currently the Director of Counseling and Training at the Canadian Institute for Transpersonal and Integrative Sciences (CITIS). Nominated for inclusion in the 1st edition of the Marquis Who’s Who in Medicine & Health Care, and past member of the Board of Directors of the International Council of Psychologists, Hedva's evidence based Spiritually Directed Therapy Protocol for Recovery from Trauma® brought her invitations to present her work at the United Nation, and you will find her in the American Biographic Institute’s 2009 Hall of Fame for “Humanitarian Contributions in Cross-Cultural Psychology”.

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