Healing At Our Edge Workshops

Healing At Our Edge: A Path to Wholeness Workshop.

This workshop is for Therapists, Caregivers, and anyone wanting to deeply explore healing.
We are offering three Workshops this year, sign up early as space is limited.

Physical healing, emotional healing, spiritual healing, collective healing – the journey to wholeness takes many forms and has as many starting points as there are people who embark upon the journey. Each of us is at a particular point on her or his healing path, confronting our next challenge, often without clearly knowing whether attitudes or practices we have been using to facilitate growth in ourselves or in our clients are becoming stale, without knowing which direction we should now turn to create meaningful transformation.

In this workshop we will draw upon the wisdom of Buddhism, the diagnostic message coming from the connection between stages of early childhood development and energetic patterns in the adult body, as well as the softening and the passion of an open heart. Having explored these wisdom traditions during 30 years of being a guide to the dying, a clear and practical paradigm for the healing path has become apparent to me. Healing occurs through direct contact with the Sacred, through realization of our true nature. There are no shortcuts, but certainly neither taking unnecessary detours nor spending time spinning our wheels can inspire us along what is often a difficult journey to a life consciously lived.

During this workshop we will explore together a clear, concise and usable model of the healing process that can specifically diagnose and identify the next step that is transformational for each of us, even during crisis. Short, intensive, guided meditations and other practices will be presented in order to create a healing experience that will lead to a life consciously and compassionately lived and eventually to a conscious death. We’re all caregivers and are all seekers of healing.  These deeply uncertain times are an incredible opportunity.

Facilitated by: Dale Borglum founder of the Living Dying Project, 30 years of being a guide to the dying he has discovered a clear and practical paradigm for healing and living a life consciously lived. (that will lead to a life consciously and compassionately lived and eventually to a conscious death)

Sign up early as space is limited!

January 17, 2015:
San Francisco Theological Seminary, 5 Richmond Rd San Anselmo, 9 to 5.  CEUs available for MFTs, LCSWs, and RNs. See flyer below for details.

January 31 and February 1:
Living/Dying Project workshop/training, Healing At Our Edge – A Path to Wholeness, Finley Center, 2060 W College Blvd, Santa Rosa , 9 to 5 both days.  CEUs available for MFTs, LCSWs, and RNs. See flyer below for details.

Attendance Options

February 7 & 8, 2015:
The Women’s Building, 3543 18th St, San Francisco, 9 to 5 both days. CEUs available for MFTs, LCSWs, and RNs. See flyer below for details.

Registration: Participants may attend one or both days of the training. We highly recommend attending both days for the full experience.

Attendance Options

Single day: $140
Two day training $240
Time : 9:00AM – 5:00PM
C.E.U’s are available 8 or 16 hours

Workshops will be conducted by Dale Borglum, Ph.D., who, with Stephen Levine and Ram Dass, established the Hanuman Foundation Dying Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the first center supporting conscious dying in the U.S. Dale directed the center until moving to the San Francisco Bay Area. He is founder and Executive Director of the Living/Dying Project and co-author of Journey of Awakening: A Meditator’s Guidebook (Bantam Books).

Board of Behavioral Sciences Provider Approval Number 4367.  Board of Registered Nursing Provider Number 9621.  Courses meet the qualifications for 14 hours of continuing credit for MFCCs and/or LCSWs as required by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences.  Refunds will be made only with notice given two days in advance of the workshop by calling or e-mailing the Living/Dying Project. A $15 processing fee will be deducted from refunds issued.