M.E.T.A. Trainings
The Hakomi Institute of Oregon



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But we are still open for business and registering for trainings! (listed below)

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Continuing Education Update!

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 We are pleased to announce that M.E.T.A., LLC, has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6818. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. M.E.T.A., LLC, is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Please see our training overview page http://www.meta-trainings.com/training-overview to learn which trainings offer CE. 



Upcoming Trainings


M.E.T.A. Integrative Bodywork Program Combined Modules A & B

Dates: TBA
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Professional Skills Training: Module Three Advanced Clinical MAPS and Strategies

Mondays 4:30-8pm
April 4, 2016 - August 1, 2016
For more info click (http://www.meta-trainings.com/advanced-clinical-maps-a-strategies-professional-skills-training-module-three)
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M.E.T.A. Couples Therapy: Systems, States, and Attachment
April 15-17, May 13-15, June 10-12
For more info see our flier here
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Mindfulness, Relationship
 & Embodiment:
An Introduction to Hakomi and Experiential Attachment Work
May 20, 2016 6 - 8:30pm
May 21, 2016 10am - 5pm


Relationship is the foundation of human development and of change in therapy.  M.E.T.A’s upcoming introductory workshop, Mindfulness, Relationship
 & Embodiment, offers a glimpse into the world of mindful, somatic, relational therapy.  Using the Hakomi Mindful Somatic Therapy method as our base, and referencing attachment theory, participants will learn about and experience clinically applied mindfulness, explore how the body is a window into the unconscious, and practice explicit, nuanced ways to refine and enhance relational intelligence and skills.
Join Donna Roy, LPC, CHT, M.E.T.A. Clinical Director, in this Friday evening, all-day Saturday exploration.
Tuition $125, $100 for current graduate students


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Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Mindful Experiential Therapy Approaches (M.E.T.A.) and the Hakomi Institute of Oregon is at once a comprehensive clinical approach, a leading-edge educational organization providing training and consultation, and an association of skilled practitioners. Developed by Jon Eisman over the past 30 years from an integration of somatic & experiential psychotherapy, applied mindfulness, interpersonal neurobiology, and clinically-based qualitative research, M.E.T.A. is a synthesis of proven therapy modalities. These modalities include the Hakomi Method of Body Centered Psychotherapy, the Re-Creation of the Self Model of Human Systems (R-CS), trauma release methods, and attachment interventions.


M.E.T.A. and the Hakomi Institute of Oregon trains counselors & therapists, allied health & healing practitioners, professionals transitioning into the field of counseling, and people interested in advanced personal growth. 

 

"(Hakomi is) a visionary contribution in bringing mindfulness to our therapeutic community."
—Dan Siegel, M.D., author of The Developing Mind and The Mindful Brain

"The R-CS model provides a major missing link in accessing the embodied, differentiated self in elegant and non-violent ways."
—Rob Fisher, LMFT, author of Experiential Couples Therapy

"Thank you for a truly transformative training. I feel I had a quantum leap in my understanding of what change really is, and I so appreciate your brilliant model. Already, I am going new and wonderful places with my clients..."
—Mary Dumka, M.D., psychiatrist, Canmore, B.C.