The Ubiquity of Human Suffering

September 11, 2018 @ 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm
People House Denver
3035 W 25th Ave
Denver, CO 80211
Ellie Patterson

Brenda Bomgardner: September 11th, 1:30-6:00pm

“The Ubiquity of Human Suffering”

What if therapy and personal growth were not about getting rid of symptoms but rather about making room for symptoms. How? By disengaging in the war against normal pain and engaging in behaviors guided by values that make life deeply meaningful and fulfilling. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a modality that focuses on developing psychological flexibility through the processes of opening up, being present, and doing what matters. ALL humans are welcome to attend this experiential workshop as we take a tour through the ACT core processes. It will be fun and educational. I promise!


This presentations is for mental health professionals and is applicable for 4 professional development hours with DORA.

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