THE RE-CREATION OF THE SELF
AS AN APPROACH TO PSYCHOTHERAPY
An Intensive Training for Clinicians
Interweaving neurobiology, mindfulness and somatic, experiential psychology, the Re-Creation of the Self (R-CS) Intensive Training provides participants with theories and methods immediately applicable in both their professional and personal lives.
In R-CS, therapy is not seen as an exploration and gradual resolution of old wounds, but as a celebration of innate resources and an opportunity to re-embody an already existing core sense of Self. When, in our development, this sense of Self was opposed, we accommodated the various obstacles and hurts we endured—and protected our ultimate integrity—by fragmenting our consciousness into various trance-like self-states.
Long held as habitual neural networks in the brain and body, these fragmented states of consciousness perpetuate both our illusory sense of wounding, and the limiting behaviors that follow. R-CS seeks to identify these perceived selves, and to foster disidentification from them. R-CS does not focus on the content or historical origins of these states, but instead invites people to learn to shift immediately into a more expansive, already present, preferred state.
What You Will Learn
• A comprehensive and practical map of the structures of the Self
• An understanding of the neurological basis of identity and stuckness
• A clinically supported orientation towards client wholeness and resources, as opposed to pathology
• Techniques to pursue the Ideal Self and the evolution of Selfhood
• Refined methods for inspiring commitment and empowerment
• New, scientifically-based perspectives on the actual nature of client change
• Facility with navigating issues of identification and disidentification
• Immediately applicable skills for shifting fragmented client states
• An appreciation of the diverse roles of the therapist
Grounded in mindfulness and somatic awareness, R-CS is an experiential method that offers mental health and other healing practitioners of all sorts an opportunity to enhance the effectiveness of their present work.
Basic training in the Hakomi Method is recommended for ths training. However, non-Hakomi trained clinicians will also be considered for admission.
For more information and articles on R-CS, please visit Jon's website
Wednesday-Sunday, June 14-18, 2017
Wed: 1:00-5:00; Thurs-Sat: 9:00-5:00, Sun: 9:00-1:00
San Francisco Theological Seminary
105 Seminary Road
San Alselmo, CA 94960
Early Enrollment: $850 by May 3, 2017; $990 thereafter
Repeat Tuition: $495 (only if you have previously taken an R-CS Intensive Training offered by the Hakomi Institute of CA. If so, use discount code EPRCSS17 during registration )
VISA, Mastercard, and American Express accepted.
Cancellations welcome via email or phone. If you cancel 45 days in advance of the first day of training, you will receive a full refund less a $25 admin fee. If you cancel between 30-44 days in advance of the first day of training, you will receive a 50% refund less a $25 administrative fee. No refunds will be granted less than 30 days before the first day of training. No refunds will be granted for non-attendance.
Schedule subject to change. All teaching is experiential and includes time for practice and feedback. As an approved continuing education provider, Hakomi Institute of California is required to award CE credit for instructional time only; no CE credit is granted for lunches and breaks.
Psychotherapists: This course meets the qualifications for 26 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs, and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. CE provider: Hakomi Institute of California. CE approval agency: CAMFT. Provider number: 82187.
Please register early as space is limited.
Registration deadline: June 7, 2017
What others have said about this training:
"The R-CS work has continued to have a profound impact on both my practice and personal life...I'm happy to say I've been going the distance with what I've learned from you, relying on blending intuition with courage. It's a combination that keeps me at my own cutting edge."
—Paul Woolery, MA, therapist, White Salmon, WA
"I feel so blessed to have been part of that process towards deep change. [The work] that you and I did around Organic Self was so expansive for me... I feel that I am in a totally different place in my life than ever before... Each and every moment everything is exactly the way it is supposed to be... all I have to do is lower the mental chatter and listen for the next "right step" in my life. I honestly, for the first time in my life, feel grown up, truly an adult."
— Andrea Kober, LMT, bodyworker, Victoria, BC
"[The Training] has definitely advanced my psycho-spiritual understanding and consciousness. Thank you for your gifted instruction and creative genius. I really think you're onto something with this R-CS work."
— Michael Herrmann, MSW, Ph.D., psychologist, Indianapolis, IN
“An exceptional blend of intelligence, great determination and hugeness of heart...Jon’s RC-S model embodies and unleashes an unflagging faith in people’s goodness and power. I continue to be tremendously grateful for the influence of this work on my own development as a therapist, teacher and human being.”
—Manny Mansbach, MFT, Director, Center for Somatic Therapy, San Francisco,CA
"Jon Eisman is one of the most talented, inspiring and brilliant teachers of psychotherapy I have encountered in a quarter century of taking workshops and trainings in this field. The R-CS model provides a major missing link in accessing the embodied, differentiated Self in elegant and non-violent ways."
— Rob Fisher, MFT, Hakomi Trainer & Therapist, Mill Valley, CA
Jon Eisman, the creator of the Re-Creation of the Self model, is a founding member of the International Hakomi Institute, Co-Director of The Hakomi Institute of California, and a Sr. Hakomi Trainer. The author of numerous articles and Hakomi & R-CS training manuals, He is also the originator of Mindful Experiential Therapy Approaches (M.E.T.A.), both a synthesis of therapeutic modalities and a clinical collective in Portland, OR, as well as the Director of the Hakomi Institute of Oregon. For the past 35 years, he has practiced and taught workshops and trainings throughout the world. Widely acclaimed both for his teaching expertise and for the aliveness he inspires in his groups, Jon lives with his family in Ashland, OR.