No, but there are snacks each morning (bagels, coffee/tea, fruit),
as well as during breaks.
CEUs are for California MFTs. These may be applicable to other licenses; you would need to check with your licensing board.
You will learn how to develop generative trance states in yourself and others. This will help you understand and learn how to construct, deconstruct, and reconstruct psychological identity and realities; in other words, to create states for transformation, healing, and creating significantly new realities.
Yes, these are free.
You can either take a shuttle or rent a car.
You can either call 800-542-6096.
or visit www.RanchoBernardoInn.com
Mention you are going to the Stephen Gilligan workshop and get the discounted room price.
We typically have 30-40 in weeks 1 and 2; week 3 is limited to 25.
You might be able to get a somewhat cheaper motel, but you’d be away from the workshop environment. We recommend sharing a room with others; many people have a roommate, some have 3 or even 4 in a room. Let us know if you want us to help you hook up with a roommate; it helps if you can give us preferences (gender, diet, other concerns).
San Diego Airport is generally the easiest; it is about a 40 minute ride to the workshop site. Los Angeles airport is about 2 hour drive, depending on traffic. Palomar airport is a small regional airport that runs shuttles to LAX; it is about 10 min. from the workshop site.
A pen and a note pad.
San Diego in July is warm during the day, but can cool down in the evening. Casual wear is most typical; wear whatever allows you to be comfortable. The resort has several swimming pools, so bring your swim suit.
Registration on the first day of each workshop starts at 8 am. All workshop days start at 9 am and end around 6 pm. In addition, there are evening presentations offered by the assistants. On the last day of each week, we end at 2 pm