Monterey County Chapter 

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Date posted: 12/6/18

Poster:

Phone: (831) 649-4522

Email/Link: www.interiminc.org

Description: Interim is hiring Spanish speaking mental health professionals. Interim has a new program opening in January 2019. The program is the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Welcoming & Engagement Team: Serving adults mental health needs for those residing in Salinas and South Monterey County areas. Required: Bilingual in Spanish. They are looking for full-time, 40 hours a week individuals.

Date posted: 12/10/18

Poster: Marianne Rowe, LMFT

Phone: (831) 373-1017

Email/Link: 

www.montereybaymeditation.com/retreat-awakening-to-interbeing

Description: Feeling separate catalyzes distress and conflict. Feeling connected catalyzes compassion and understanding. “Awakening to Interbeing” is an experiential retreat of becoming aware of interdependent relationship with everyone and everything by realizing unity amid diversity. Elements of the retreat include meditation, gentle movement, relational practices, mindful inquiry, reflective writing, forest bathing, and shamanic ritual. Feb. 28-March 3 in Bolinas, CA.

Date posted: 12/16/18

Poster: Meika Hamisch

Phone: (831) 869-2809

Email/Link:  VIsit this link

Description: Compassion Cultivation Training Cultivating compassion, mindfulness, and loving-kindness from the inside-out. 8-week class, starting Thursday, January 31 – March 21, 2019 6:00-8:00 p.m. Learn mindfulness, loving-kindness and compassion practices. Learn formal and informal daily practices Taught by Meika Hamisch, LMFT ~ Stanford Certified Senior CCT teacher. Cost is $325, Deadline to apply January 23, 2019. Continuing Education Credit is available for mental health professionals and nurses~ ; $50 fee for 16 CE’s. If you have to miss more than 2 classes, please discuss this with Meika prior to registration.

Date posted: 12/6/18

Poster: Marianne Rowe, LMFT

Phone: (831) 373-1017

Email/Link: 

www.montereybaymeditation.com

Description: 4-week course, Intro to Mindfulness Meditation. Through teaching, discussion, guided meditation practice, and experiential exercises, participants are assisted and supported in establishing and maintaining mindful awareness, as well as a beginning meditation practice. Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 8, 15, 22, & 29.

Date posted: 12/13/18

Poster: Kristine Jensen

Email/Link: Visit this link

Description: CAMFT Educational Foundation Increases Scholarships to $4,000 Each! The California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Educational Foundation is offering three scholarships and one grant in 2019 to deserving candidates. Each scholarship awarded will be in the amount of $4,000. The grant award is discretionary and will be in the amount of up to $2,500. The selected recipient of each scholarship/grant will be recognized at the CAMFT 55th Annual Conference on Saturday, April 27, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. 

Date posted: 12/16/18

Poster: Meika Hamisch

Phone: (831) 869-2809

Email/Link: meika.hamisch@gmail.com

Description: MINDFULNESS 101: Learn the basic practices of mindfulness. We will discuss and the practice mindfulness of breath, body, and eating. This short introduction will also include how to set up a basic meditation practice, how to do an informal practice and the myths around mindfulness meditation. This class is suitable for beginners. If you are already practicing mindfulness but would like support or tips, this is also a class for you! Tuesday nights, from 7-8 p.m. starting January 8 to 22, 2019. $60 for three sessions; $25 for a single class. They will be held at MCMC ~ 716 Lighthouse Ave., Suite E. January 8 ~ Mindfulness of breath January 15 ~ Mindfulness of body January 22 ~ Mindfulness of eating

Date: 12/10/18

Poster: Elisabeth Ramirez

Phone: 831-754-3077

Email/Link: lauren@mtryrapecrisis.org

Description: Job announcement - Clinical Services Director - Monterey County Rape Crisis Center. The Clinical Services Director's role is to ensure that high quality, survivor-centered, trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and age appropriate counseling services are provided to MCRCC's clients. TO APPLY: Submit resume and cover letter to Deputy Director, Lauren DaSilva at lauren@mtryrapecrisis.org with "Clinical Services Director" in subject line. First deadline for submission of resumes: November 30, 2018.

Date posted: 12/16/18

Poster:  Shine a Light Counseling Center

Phone: 831-222-0111

Email/Link:  Visit this link

Description: Facilitating Communication: The Use of Nonviolent Communication in Therapy Saturday Jan. 26, 10:00am-4:00pm, Wellspring Church, Pacific Grove. 5 CEUs. Shine a Light Counseling Center (Provider #143265) is approved by the California association of marriage and family therapists to sponsor continuing education for lmft’s, lcsw’s, lpcc’s. Shine a Light maintains responsibility for program & content.

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The Monterey County Chapter of the California Association of Marriage Family Therapists (MC-CAMFT)  is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

P.O. Box 3092, Monterey, CA 93942

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