19MH002 - Subtle Yoga for Mental Health Intensive: Anxiety and Depression

Oct 11–Oct 13, 2018 Mental Health

19MH002 - Subtle Yoga for Mental Health Intensive: Anxiety and Depression

Description

Yoga offers a holistically oriented, cost-effective approach that complements current treatment strategies for mental health and substance use disorders. Murali Doraiswamy, a Duke University researcher who conducted a systematic review of yoga for neuropsychiatric disorders concluded, “The search for improved treatments, including non-drug based, to meet the holistic needs of patients is of paramount importance. If the promise of yoga on mental health was found in a drug, it would be the best-selling medication worldwide.” In this module, participants will learn basic Subtle® Yoga practices (including breathing, postures, and meditation) which they can share with clients to assist in mitigating depression and anxiety.

Participants will be able to identify the rationale for using holistic approaches, while learning effective Subtle® Yoga techniques to use in individual or group settings. Two hours of this module will be spent on the ethical frameworks of yoga including mindfulness, reflection on the use of one’s inner self in clinical practice, interpersonal communication, and decision making. The yoga model of ethics will be compared and contrasted with various mental health professional codes of ethics.

Subtle® Yoga is an exceptionally adaptable approach to yoga practice which is person centered and can be tailored to clients with differing abilities. It fosters the development of attention and mindfulness, and promotes spiritual development in the context of any belief system.

Please wear comfortable clothes to move in and dress in layers. You are welcome to bring a yoga mat.

Includes 3.25 Hours of Ethics!

Target Audience

Your target audience will consist of mental health professionals including substance abuse counselors, social workers, psychologists, counsleors, marriage and family therapists, school counselors and other professionals interested in this subject.

Objectives

  • Integrate and demonstrate postures, breathing and meditation which may be used as individual and group interventions to help mitigate symptoms of depression and anxiety
  • Describe the yoga ethics framework and its significance in relationship to behavioral health professional ethics and practice
  • List and explain basic tenets of a yoga-informed biopsychosocial spiritual model, which utilizes effective yoga practices to mitigate symptoms of depression and anxiety

Sessions

Full Series or Single Session?

19MH002 - Subtle Yoga - I would like to register for all the workshops in the 2018 / 2019 season, including the Teacher Training
10/11 10:00 AM–10/13 5:15 PM
19MH002 - Subtle Yoga for Mental Health Intensive: Anxiety and Depression
10/11 10:00 AM–10/13 5:15 PM

Credits

2.000 CEU

20.000 Contact Hours

Includes 3.25 Hours of Ethics

20.000 NBCC Hours

20.000 NAADAC

20.000 Contact Hours (category A) CE for NC Psychologists

Fees

$360.00 Early Registration Fee
Applies 9/29–10/4
$325.00 Early Registration Fee - Group Rate (Five or more from same agency, registering and paying at same time)
Applies 9/29–10/4
$185.00 Early Registration Fee - Peer Support Specialist
Applies 9/29–10/4
$185.00 Early Registration Fee - Student (Proof of enrollment required at check-in)
Applies 9/29–10/4
$185.00 Early Registration Fee - MAHEC Employee
Applies 9/29–10/4
$375.00 Registration Fee
Applies 10/5–10/11
$340.00 Registration Fee - Group Rate (Five or more from same agency, registering and paying at same time)
Applies 10/5–10/11
$200.00 Registration Fee - Peer Support Specialist
Applies 10/5–10/11
$200.00 Registration Fee - Student (Proof of enrollment required at check-in)
Applies 10/5–10/11
$200.00 Registration Fee - MAHEC Employee
Applies 10/5–10/11
$3300.00 Early Registration Fee - Includes all the workshops in the 2018 / 2019 season, as well as the Teacher Training
Applies 11/16–4/25
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