March 4 – 11, 2017 – Gina Ogden
A Profound Training for Professionals”
– with Gina Ogden, PhD, LMFT – Sex Therapist, Supervisor, Author
and Tina Nevin, N.M. Sexologist, Midwife, Author
18 ASSECT CEs
“Offering To The Goddess“, oil and alkyd on board, 12 x 9 inches – Robert Masla
This training is reserved for clinicians who are actively practicing the 4-Dimensional Wheel approach outlined in Gina’s book (Expanding the Practice of Sex Therapy) and workbook, (Exploring Desire & Intimacy). We revisit the rationale for asking new questions of our clients: body, mind, heart, and spirit, along with the core dynamics of creating and holding therapeutic space, movement, ritual, and concretizing abstract concepts to engage our clients in their own healing process. As we step into the Wheel as professionals, we are encouraged to address our own issues as they may arise, so be prepared to experience profound and lasting change. Each participant is asked to bring a special project or question to explore via the Wheel.
We have developed this training since 2010 in the spacious Casa de los Artistas. Our schedule includes both intensive work and playful enjoyment of beach, ocean, mountains, village life, fabulous meals, and shopping. Prerequisites for this week include training and supervision with Gina and/or Tina. Please contact either of us to discuss if we are a good fit for you. Space is limited and we tend to fill early, so please let us know as soon as possible.
Participants from previous workshops with Gina at the Casa write:
“What a special spot. I remember the beauty of the ocean and the mountains, the warmth and friendliness of the people, the dogs and children free to explore on their own without fear. I remember our wonderful Casa hosts Monica and Bob, Ruby’s gourmet food on the balcony, dinners on the beach. I felt taken care of from the moment I got to PV airport until Monica delivered me back again one week later. I think my best learning was in watching how Gina held the group, created safety, trusted the ISIS process and facilitated with ease. I feel that I can take that into my work with a couple as well as my supervision groups.” — Sylvia Rosenfeld, NYC.