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E-H NorthWest Upcoming Workshop Oct 26, 2013 | The Search for Authenticity: The Practice of Existential-Humanistic Approaches

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Existential-Humanistic NorthWest presents

"The Search for Authenticity: The Practice of Existential-Humanistic Approaches"

EHNW in association with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon   is proud to offer a day of workshops with Donald Mihaloew and Bob Edelstein entitled "The Search for Authenticity: The Practice of Existential-Humanistic Approaches" on October 26, 2013 at George Fox University in Tigard, OR.

Morning Workshop 9:00am – 12:15pm
Presented by: Donald M. Mihaloew, Ed.D., LMFT, CFLE

"Reaching Out On the Inside: Processing Courage, Choice and Change While Confronting Our Shadow-Selves"

We have two egos, not one, and two unconsciouses, not none! As such, we need to know the differences and learn how to use them all. Because the brain is 80% wired for survival, we all have to dig deeply inside our Selves to come up with a notion of creation based on True Self discovery rather than on false self protection. Otherwise, we squander our Life Energy compensating for real or imagined inadequacies and settle for a life of what Freud called “normal misery”. We can only go forward by going in deeply. 


 Donald M. Mihaloew, Ed.D., LMFT, CFLE Don is a licensed marriage and family therapist with over forty years of practice and teaching experience in and around the northwest and overseas. Formerly of Eugene, but now residing in Bellingham, Washington, Don still commutes every week to his adjunct teaching position at Portland State University where he teaches marriage, family, and depth psychology courses in the Counselor Education Dept. there.
Don holds a B.A. in philosophy from Westminster College (Pa.), an M.Div, in theology and psychology from Princeton Theo. Sem., an M.A. and an Ed.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Oregon.
He is a clinical member of AAMFT, WAMFT, NCFR (Nat’l Coun. Of Fam. Relat.; Cert.Fam. Life.Ed.), Oregon Friends of C.G., Jung, North American Society of Adlerian Psychology, and the American Association of Humanistic Psychology. His article on The Ego and the Eternal: Ruminations on Cosmic Co-operation appeared in the Decmber,2008/January,2009 issue of AHP’s periodical “The Perspective”. 


Afternoon Workshop 1:15pm – 4:30pm
Presented by: Bob Edelstein, LMFT, MFT

"Authentic Engagement: A Radical Way of Being"

Authentic engagement is the ability of a human being to access all of their inner life, and then, in the most constructive way, to express what is important to them. This workshop will examine the three facets of authentic engagement. Participants will experience the differences between each of the three facets and learn how they can facilitate their clients to experience being authentically engaged in their life.

Bob Edelstein, LMFT, MFT Bob is an Existential-Humanistic psychotherapist with 40 years of experience. He provides consultation, supervision, workshops, and trainings for clinicians and students. He is a blogger for Psychology Today and has published a number of articles on the Existential-Humanistic Perspective, including a chapter in the upcoming second edition of the Handbook of Humanistic Psychology. 
Bob is a founding member of the Existential-Humanistic NorthWest Professional Organization and a former board member of both the Existential Humanistic Institute and the Association for Humanistic Psychology. 

EHNW Workshop

"The Search for Authenticity: The Practice of Existential-Humanistic Approaches"

Saturday, October 26, 2013
9:00am – 4:30pm
George Fox University – Tigard Center

Early Registration by October 1st:  $110
After October 1st   $135
Students  $75
6 CEUs approved by Oregon Counseling Association/NBCC
Registration includes continental breakfast, beverages and lunch.
>>Online Registration Available Here
>>Mail-in Printable Registration Form Here

For more info contact EHNW:  workshop[at]

Check back for the EHNW Workshop Schedule & Outline here on the EHI blog and download here on the EHNW website.

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