Exploring the Energy Dimension
The human energy field is an aspect of each of us that affects everything we do. Long held to be an actual physical fact in eastern culture, most people in the western world are just beginning to notice this subtle dimension of reality. In this workshop we will explore the incredible realm of energy and how we can use this knowledge to make our lives easier as well as more manageable, interesting, and joyful.
After first examining a growing body of scientific studies that shed light on this elusive subject, this workshop will teach the practical application of this knowledge through various modalities and exercises. Using many different techniques we will learn to see, feel, and manage our own personal energy. We will learn the art of centering and grounding that increases our sensitivity to energy and allows us to enter the energy dimension itself. We will learn how to stay neutral in the presence of negative energy and how to transform hostile energy into something more harmonious. As we learn how to manage our own energy in relation to that around us, we can begin understanding how to make the shifts necessary to bring more love, joy, and creativity into our lives. How to register.
About the Facilitator
Beverly Crane has a PhD in humanities with subspecialties in psychology and anthropology. Her academic expertise includes training in Jungian, cognitive, and social psychology with postgraduate work in ethno-psychiatry and psycho-synthesis. She is also a nondenominational ordained minister with a counseling concentration.
After she gained research experience at Harvard University and teaching experiences at universities and educational institutions in both the United States and Europe, a life-threatening illness redirected Beverly’s life toward exploring the relationship between psychology, spirituality, and healing. This exploration eventually led to the development of Transformational Expansion, a positive, holistic, client-oriented approach to personal and spiritual growth that emphasizes the development of inner guidance, co-creation, and personal empowerment.
In private practice since 1992, she uses techniques from many different psychotherapeutic modalities as well as her own personal experience to help people see their problems and crises as opportunities for adventures in self-transformation.
Check out www.dcs.wisc.edu/mental-health/soul for information on "The language of the Soul," a related workshop also offered by Dr. Beverly Crane.
Location: The Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St., Madison,
Fees: $150 includes instruction, materials, refreshment breaks, CEU, and a non refundable administration fee of $20. Lunch is on your own.
Approved credits: 0.6 CEU = 6 hours of professional continuing education.
- Social Workers: The University of Wisconsin–Madison, Professional Development and Applied Studies (PDAS), (Provider #1042), is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), (1-800-225-6880) through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. PDAS maintains responsibility for the program. Social workers will receive 6 continuing education clock hours for completing this workshop. WI, IA, MI and MN Boards of Social Work recognize ACE programs.
- IL Registered Social Worker Continuing Education Sponsor #159.000243.
- Counselors: PDAS is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education for National Certified Counselors. PDAS adheres to NBCC continuing education guidelines. (provider # 5990).
- WI Psychologists, and Marriage and Family Therapists: qualifies as an accredited university continuing education course relevant to professional practice.
- WI Substance Abuse Counselors: qualifies as a continuing education course consisting of relevant subject matter taught by qualified presenters.
- Educators: this program may qualify towards your Professional Development Plans (PDPs).
- Other professions: completion of this workshop qualifies for 6 continuing education hours. Contact your own board or organization for specific continuing education requirements.
Schedule: Registration is 8:30–9 am. Workshop run from 9 am–4 pm each day.
Program coordinator: Kristi Obmascher, 608-262-8971 or e-mail email@example.com
Accommodations: Please make your own travel and lodging arrangements. Accommodation and parking information will be sent with your registration confirmation, or check out our web page www.dcs.wisc.edu/pda/geninfo
Enrollment is limited: To ensure your place in the program and to help us accommodate you, we ask that you register as early as possible.
Cancellation policy: If you are unable to attend or arrange for a substitute, you may obtain a refund minus the $20 administrative fee by contacting our registration department at least 3 business days prior to the program. If you cancel 3 business days or less before the program, or do not attend, you are responsible for the entire fee. To cancel or arrange for a substitute, please call 800-725-9692.For program information contact: Kristi Obmascher, 800-442-4617 or 608-262-8971 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Register:
By phone: Call 608-262-7942 or 800-725-9692.
By mail: Print, complete and mail the Continuing Studies registration form.
Online: Secure online registration will be available for this program.