Free CEU Mindfulness Techniques for Psychotherapy Workshop (1)
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About the Event
Do your clients ask for “tools” and “strategies”? Looking for something simple to teach your clients to manage their stress? Join your colleagues for an experiential workshop to learn mindfulness techniques and how to integrate them into your practice. Learn the basics behind mindfulness theory as it relates to Buddhism and cognitive therapy, as well as evidence-based practices to reduce anxiety, calm the mind, and live more meaningfully in the present.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Kathryn Soule, PhD, LPC
CEU Provided by Mesa Springs
About the speaker:
Dr. Kathryn Soule, Phd, LPC is a licensed counselor specializing in alleviating anxiety, including stress, panic attacks, OCD, phobias, and trauma. She uses mindfulness tools to help clients live more meaningfully in the present and EMDR therapy to help clear the roots of anxiety. She received her bachelors degree in psychology from UT Austin, her masters degree in psychology from Columbia University and her doctorate in counseling from Texas Tech, where she has served on the faculty teaching graduate counseling students. While living in New York, she gained experience at Roosevelt Hospital and Safe Horizon emergency domestic violence shelter in Brooklyn. She also co-authored a book chapter with Dr. Judy Kuriansky about the counseling model used in her nationally syndicated call-in radio show, Love Phones with Dr. Judy and Jagger. Since returning to her native Texas, she has worked with a number of wonderful non-profit organizations in Fort Worth, The WARM Place, The Art Station, The Women's Center Rape Crisis Services, and Trauma Support Services of North Texas. She has become a frequent speaker on using mindfulness theory and techniques with clients, having first discovered the power of the present through Buddhist meditation classes. She maintains a private practice in southwest Fort Worth, and she enjoys daily walks, afternoon coffee, and swing dancing. www.SouleTherapy.com