Thurs May 14 | 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT | Live Zoom Event
Right now, when many of the things we’ve counted on have disappeared and the future remains so uncertain, most of us are struggling to cope. We have to wait for answers, and live day to day with such challenging feelings – fear, anger, sadness, and lots of anxiety. Slowing down and learning how to meet our own experience, to be with all these feelings in a way that grounds us and supports us, is crucial.
In this talk, we’ll share some of our ideas about how to handle grief, fear, and anxiety more skillfully to help you calm and feel better in your own skin, and then take as many questions as we have time for. We look forward to being with you.
If you have a question for the Q&A panel, please submit your question using the button below.
Hope to see you there!
This event will be open to both WIA members and non-members. A recording will be available to the public for viewing after the event.
Date: Thursday, May 14th, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM PDT / 8:00 PM EDT
LIVE on Zoom, RSVP Required. Open to WIA Members and Friends of WIA
Christine Campbell, ATR, LMFT, is a psychotherapist in private practice in the Toluca Lake/Burbank area, where she works with individuals, couples, and groups from a Relational Gestalt Therapy approach. She is a core faculty member of the Pacific Gestalt Institute, a post-graduate clinical training program for therapists. Christine is a clinical supervisor at the Southern California Counseling Center, and a past president of the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles. One of her specialties is grief and traumatic loss, and she has a particular interest in grief as a creative process in therapy.
Michelle Seely, M.F.T., has a private practice in Burbank where she works with older teens and adults. Michelle is on the core faculty of the Pacific Gestalt Institute, she supervises interns at the Southern California Counseling Center, and she teaches classes on Mindful Self-Compassion and shame resilience. Michelle is a past-president of the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles (GTILA). Michelle’s professional interests include the overlaps between Buddhist Psychology and Relational Gestalt, shame resilience, and how the use of story and metaphor support therapeutic change.