Hakomi Workshop for self-care & the prevention of ‘Burn-Out’
October 22nd & 23rd 2016 ~ Saturday & Sunday
By Bob Milone
As Therapists & Caregivers (psychotherapists, counsellors, bodyworkers, doctors, nurses, social workers etc.), what fundamentally empowers our work is the relationship we have with others. In this Hakomi workshop, we will use mindfulness and experiential exercises to focus on discovering what shapes our unconscious habits of relating.
It is not uncommon for those working in the helping professions to experience ‘burn-out’ at some point in their career. There is evidence that good quality relationships among team members have a direct effect on workers’ well being. This workshop is designed to help anyone at risk of burn-out to re-frame their focus with clients and team members, reducing stress and increasing efficacy.
In This multi-level workshop, we will use mindfulness to discover and explore our unconscious beliefs and behaviour patterns that cause us unnecessary stress. We will also learn to meet ourselves and others with friendliness and compassion, restoring our ability to take in and offer support. (CPD 13 hours) and find satisfaction in our work.
€320 per person:
Early Bird; €250 Ends Sept 1st
Deposit (non-refundable) €95 secures place
Full Lunch available for an additional €10/day
Paypal option available send money to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheque/Euro Draft payable to Hakomi Ireland (Address: Lahorna, Nenagh, Co Tipperary. Ire.)
Bank Details (BIC) IPBSIE2D IBAN: IE94IPBS99073421277155
For more information please contact:
Joannes Berkery. Address: Lahorna, Nenagh, Co Tipperary,
Tel: +35386 2606 983. email@example.com
Venue: Oaklands House Creative Centre, Blessington, Co Wicklow.(10 minutes from Naas; 30 mins from Dublin City Centre; 2 hour from Limerick city; 2.5hour from Belfast)
Bob Milone began studying with Ron Kurtz, creator of the Hakomi Method, in 1993, and worked closely with him until his death in 2011. Bob was named in Ron’s will as one of seven “legacy holders” of his work. He is a Certified Hakomi Therapist and Senior Hakomi Trainer who teaches internationally leading trainings and workshops in Canada, the U.S., Mexico, the U.K., and Ireland. He also works in private practice with individuals and couples.
As well as Hakomi, Bob’s training includes Degrees in theatre and education, and two years of graduate study in counseling and family therapy. A variety of work/life experience including social work, teaching, development work in Haiti, parenting, and house building, have all contributed to who he is today.
Bob lives on Salt Spring Island with his wife, Marcia. He is a grandfather, a sailor, a woodworker, and the father of two grown sons.
“I’ve known Bob for nearly two decades. He’s one of the finest people I’ve ever had the privilege of working with. He’s a great teacher and a true master of the Hakomi Method.” — Ron Kurtz