Treating Mind and Spirit as One

PSI in Practice: Transitions – Building Competence for Navigating Change

Please join us for our April PSI in Practice “Transitions: Building Competence for Navigating Change” presented by Barbara Beizer, MA, and Rev. Dr. Gary Hellman, M.Div., Psy.D.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013
10:30a – 12:00p
Located at the New York Open Center*
22 East 30th Street (between 5th and Madison)
*This event is not affiliated with New York Open Center.

Major life changes are often accompanied by experiences of loss, anxiety as well as excitement, sometimes all at once, often creating unexpected confusion, and sometimes paralyzing fear. This workshop provides practical tools and sophisticated approaches that you can integrate into your coaching, counseling or therapeutic practice with clients who are facing significant life changes.

By offering clear diagnostic frameworks and useful approaches, we will explore how external change can affect thoughts and feelings, upend confidence and hamper the ability to make effective decisions. We will offer some ways to assist your clients to move forward through life transitions using a range of skills.

About the Presenters

Barbara Beizer is a transition coach and OD consultant, with over 30 years of change management, leadership and organizational development experience in a variety of settings. Barbara holds a Masters degree in Organizational Development from Fielding Graduate University.

Gary Hellman is a staff therapist at the Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute. Dr. Hellman is an Episcopal Priest, a NY State Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Psychoanalyst.

All forums are free of charge. To register, please email or call 212-285-0043.

View video clips from our Wednesday Forums or visit our YouTube channel.

Our Wednesday morning forums for clergy, therapists, other clinicians and helping professionals include presentations by members of PSI staff as well as invited guests. They are designed to offer opportunities for engagement in topics and modalities that integrate psychotherapy and spirituality. They are also an opportunity for peer fellowship and networking.

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