Treating Anxiety: Integrating Western and Eastern Therapeutic Approaches

When: Thursday, February 21st, 2019 from 9:00am to 12:15pm
Where: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology: 325 N. Wells St, Chicago IL 60654
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Co-Sponsored with the Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute & presented by Larry Stoler, MSSA, Ph.D., this introductory workshop will introduce participants to an approach to treating anxiety that is based on a foundation that is consistent with modern science, and Eastern spiritual practice, particularly Chinese Medicine.  This approach honors, but also extends the current practice to address and remedy deeper causes of anxiety.  Participants will be taught easy-to-learn Qigong (“Chee-Kung”) practices drawn from Chinese Medicine that they can use for self-healing and share with their patients. This workshop will help practitioners have a better understanding of therapies adapted from Eastern philosophy, gain confidence in using these integrative approaches, and broaden the range of approaches they can use to treat anxiety.
This program Offers 3 APA CEs for Psychologists & 3 CEUs for Counselors & Social Workers