Mindfulness: Skills for Enhancing Professional Fulfillment by Reducing Professional Stress and Burnout
Mark your calendars and be sure to attend the SVC-CAMFT mindfulness workshop presented by Marty Cottler, PhD on Friday, February 15.
Dr. Cottler is a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) trained psychotherapist, teacher, and workshop presenter. In this workshop, Dr. Cottler will teach about the effects of stress-reactions on career performance and personal wellness and explain the science behind the evidence-based antidote of mindfulness. This workshop will teach you how to cultivate a practice of mindfulness to mitigate the effects of career stress and burnout while improving therapy treatment and outcomes for clients.
This workshop will be held on Friday, February 15, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon at The University of Phoenix, 2860 Gateway Oaks Dr., Sac. 95833. (Please note: This month's workshop will begin at 9 a.m. instead of our regular start time of 9:30). The workshop includes a continental breakfast and 2 CEUs.
Register & pay online or call/email to register & pay at the door*.
Prices effective if you register by Tuesday, February 12th:
$15 student/intern 2013 SVC-CAMFT member
$20 SVC-CAMFT 2013 licensed member
Pay an additional $5 if you register after Tuesday, February 12th or pay at the door without prior registration.
*No credit cards are accepted at the door.
We offer our member rate to 2013 members of other local chapters of CAMFT. Contact Laura to register and pay at the door. Please note with which local chapter you are a 2013 member.
For more information or to register contact:
Laura Frederick, SVC-CAMFT Administrative Assistant
(916) 350-1577 or email@example.com