Jan
1
to Mar 31

Workshops and speaking engagements to come...

Introduction to Focusing workshops will be provided in January and February (exact dates TBD) by my colleague who incorporates Focusing into his spiritual direction practice, Steven Biesmann (541) 410-9039

I will be speaking about Focusing Oriented Psychotherapy to clinicians at Clinician's Network of Bend and Central Oregon's monthly luncheon on Friday, February 16th. http://www.cliniciansnetwork.org/monthly-luncheon/

I will be providing a Focusing Oriented Psychotherapy workshop in March, exact date TBD

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Sep
17
10:00am10:00am

Focusing in Partnership

Focusing in Partnership Workshop

This workshop is for anyone who has had an introduction to Focusing, but who wants to deepen their process by learning how to Focus with someone else. Whether you’ve never focused with another person, or if you’ve been Focusing in partnership for some time, this workshop will help you to deepen your Focusing practice, examine challenges, and increase the effectiveness of your process. This will be a collaborative workshop, giving you a chance to share what you’ve learned through Focusing, discuss issues that have come up while Focusing with others, and explore what makes for a supportive Focusing partner.

In this workshop you will:

Discuss obstacles to avoid and ways to become a supportive Focusing partner

Have the opportunity to Focus with several different partners

Deepen and share your Focusing process with others

Have time to share difficulties and benefits in Focusing in partnership

Connect you with others in the Focusing community

We’ll meet on Sunday, September 17th, 2017, from 10am-4pm (including lunch break), at 19800 Village Office Ct. Suite 105. in Bend, Oregon. The cost of this workshop is based on you paying what you think it’s worth at the end of the day. To register for the workshop or for more information, please contact Tara Breitenbucher at 206-303-0653, or visit her website at imagineapath.com. Please RSVP as soon as possible as space is limited.

Tara Renee Breitenbucher is a licensed professional counselor and owner of Imagine A Path, counseling and workshops for inner and interpersonal growth. She has a holistic psychotherapy practice for individuals and couples in Bend, Oregon.

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Aug
13
10:00am10:00am

Inner Awareness Workshop: Becoming Less Reactive and Finding Inner Calm

INNER AWARENESS WORKSHOP: BECOMING LESS REACTIVE AND FINDING INNER CALM

Do you often feel you’re your own worst enemy, working against your most valued goals and disconnected from what allows you to thrive? Focusing is a long-studied, well-researched process that will give you the tools to be with yourself in a whole new way, helping you to find and resolve parts of yourself that may be sabotaging your ability to take control of your life. It’s similar to mindfulness, but goes several steps beyond. Once learned, it’s a process you can do on your own or with another, but without a therapist, doctor, teacher, or guru. It gives you back your own power to define exactly what you want in life and the next steps needed to actualize that vision.

In this workshop you will learn how to:

Get beyond feeling stuck in your life, habits, or creative endeavors

Begin to heal parts of yourself that you may have neglected

Access inner awareness, gaining control of your reactions

Be with yourself and others in an entirely different way

Become a better decision maker and communicator

On Sunday, August 13th, 2017, from 10am-4pm (including lunch break), at 19800 Village Office Ct. Suite 105. in Bend, Oregon. The cost of this workshop is based on you paying what you think it’s worth at the end of the day. Please RSVP as soon as possible as space is limited.To register for the workshop or for more information, please contact Tara Breitenbucher at 206-303-0653, or visit her website at imagineapath.com. Not sure if a workshop is right for you? Contact Tara for a one-to-one Focusing session to better determine if a workshop is the next right step.

Tara Renee Breitenbucher is a licensed professional counselor and owner of Imagine A Path, counseling and workshops for inner and interpersonal growth. She has a holistic psychotherapy practice for individuals and couples in Bend, Oregon.

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Jul
16
10:00am10:00am

FOCUSING WORKSHOP: RECONNECTING WITH SELF AND OTHERS

Do you often feel you’re your own worst enemy, working against your most valued goals and disconnected from what allows you to thrive? Focusing is a long-studied, well-researched process that will give you the tools to be with yourself in a whole new way, helping you to find and resolve parts of yourself that may be sabotaging your ability to take control of your life. It's similar to mindfulness, but goes several steps further. Once learned, it’s a process you can do on your own, without a therapist, doctor, teacher or guru. It gives you back your own power to define exactly what you want in life and the next steps needed to actualize that vision. 

In this workshop you will learn how to:

Access inner experience, gaining information otherwise overlooked

Get beyond feeling stuck in your life, habits, or creative endeavors

Begin to heal parts of yourself that you may have neglected

Be with yourself and others in an entirely different way

Become a better decision maker and communicator

This workshop will be held on Sunday, July 16th, 2017, from 10am-4pm (including lunch break), at 19800 Village Office Ct. Suite 105. in Bend, Oregon. The cost is based on you paying what you think it’s worth at the end of the day. To register for the workshop, or for more information, please contact Tara Breitenbucher at 206-303-0653. Not sure if a workshop is right for you? Contact Tara for a one-to-one Focusing session to better determine if a workshop is the next right step.

Tara Renee Breitenbucher is a licensed professional counselor and owner of Imagine A Path, counseling and workshops for inner and interpersonal growth. She has a holistic psychotherapy practice for individuals and couples in Bend, Oregon.

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