The Body Unconscious:
Relaxation, Flexibility and Awareness in Action,
A Stress Reduction Course
Taught by Shoshana Adler, Ph.D.
As therapists, we are familiar with the unconscious mind, but how aware are we of our own bodies and how they respond to daily work with emotional distress?
This program consists of a unique approach to stress reduction to develop deep breathing, flexibility and relaxation in movement.
Tailored for mental health professionals
●Who may be familiar with stress reduction and want the depth of experience that an ongoing group can provide.
●Who want to learn new methods and to overcome internal obstacles to practice.
●Who want to counteract the physical difficulties inherent in sitting too much.
Audience: Open to all mental health professionals
Sponsored by THE DENVER PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY as part of the 2013-2014 Continuing Education Series
Eight weeks – two hours a week plus one half-day workshop on a Sunday
8 Wednesday evenings 7-9 PM
Total hours: 20
Cost: $400 for Society members; $475 for non-Society members
Shoshana Shapiro Adler, Ph.D., a psychoanalyst and psychologist, has studied, practiced and taught a variety of relaxation and medication techniques. She was the original editor of The Tao of Tai-Chi Chuan: Way to Rejuvenation by Jou Tsung Hwa. Now she has a private practice in the DTC area and also studies the Chen form of Taiji Chuan and related movement techniques, which help the practitioner unify the mind, body and breath. She has taught similar techniques to professional and lay audiences. She is an adjunct assistant clinical professor at University of Denver and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.