The Hakomi Method is a mindfulness, and experience-based approach to change. The Method is used both as a psychotherapeutic process as well as in educational settings to facilitate self-exploration and personal growth. Originally, developed by Ron Kurtz in the late 1970’s, The Method itself combines venerable operating principles with mindfulness and precise methodology to create an extraordinarily effective path towards transformation.
Hakomi is a highly effective and creative method for working with individuals, couples, families, groups, movement, and body work. While primarily developed as a psychotherapeutic modality, Hakomi has continued to evolve in its applications. Our graduates come from a wide spectrum of professions including psychotherapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, coaches, nurses, doctors, surgeons, dentists, lawyers, financial counselors, business managers, organizational consultants, yoga instructors, acupuncturists, chiropractors, bodyworkers and dance and movement therapists, as well as lay off people.
The Hakomi method workshop on mindful relationships and couple's therapy will help you:
Discover how your unconscious mind organizes your present moment experience;
Discover how your body, mind and emotions is organized in relationships
Communicate and be in relationships with others with clarity and compassion
Transform old responses and reactions with an open heart; and learn how memories of emotional wounds could be addressed in mindfulness
Cultivate an integrated basis between body and spirit for emotional healing.
Cultivate a nourishing relationship that difficult emotions can be addressed skillfully, and different languages of love could be practiced
第一天：1月15日，周五，9:30 - 12:30 am 2-5 pm.
Day one: Friday 15th Jan, 9:30 - 12:30 am___ 2-5 pm.
Abstract: After exercises in mindfulness and body awareness, you get to know about relationship patterns and will design a map of your own patterns along with your partner . You learn the use of mindfulness to explore your core beliefs in relationship. Later we explore the wisdom of your body in expressing the core beliefs in relationship and will work with postures to tap into the unconscious beliefs and emotions embedded in body.
第二天：1月16日，周六，9:30 - 12:30 am 2-5 pm.
Day two: Saturday 16th Jan, 9:30 - 12:30 am___ 2-5 pm.
Abstract: After exercises in mindfulness and group sharing, you will explore Memories of wounds that still affect you today. Then through creative activities you will tap into the triggered parts as well as resources and explore how you can use mindfulness to investigate those. You will learn how your experience in bonding and attachment is organized. At the end of the day we will study about anger, blame and complaints and what Hakomi has to offer in dealing with them.
第三天：1月17日，周日，9:30 - 12:30 am 2-5 pm.
Day three: Sunday 17th Jan, 9:30 - 12:30 am___ 2-5 pm
Abstract: After a meditation on holding triggered parts gently, we will study about conflict styles and Non Violent Communication (NVC). This day we will investigate fears of intimacy through exercises and somatic experiments, as well as the longing for intimacy. The day continues with experiments and exercises about how we relate to one another and create bond, and how we have different love language. We will go towards the end with verbal and nonverbal cues that help us nourish the relationship. Finally we will have a time for home work and applications after the workshop. Closing rituals will include receiving certifications for practitioners and participants who want to have one.
适合谁参加/Who can attend:
Both practitioners and layoff people who want to deepen their knowledge about relationships and Hakomi method. You may participate as an individual or with your partner.
如果你想进一步被认证为哈科米治疗师，我们将从2016年起开办治疗师培训Participants receive a certificate of completion from California Hakomi Institute.If you are looking forward to be certified as a Hakomi therapist, we will have a practitioner training starting 2016.