CARE Advanced ER - St. Charles, MOOctober 15-17, 2021 · Friday-Sunday
CARE ADVANCED EMOTIONAL RELEASE
Dr. Patricka (Patty) Caldera PScD, DPSc, LCSW, MSW, CRTS, MCRRT
Anthony Stewart FCCI
What is Advanced Emotional Release?
Saturday, Oct 16
Sunday, Oct 17
This class is worth 20 Continuing Education Hours through NCBTMB. All students who satisfactorily participate fully in class, completing all preliminary assignments, will receive a certificate at the end of class including CE hours.
Limited Enrollment. Pre-Registration Required. Registrations are not considered complete until payment is made. Enrollment is limited to 20 students.
Participants in the Emotional Release Workshop will be required to participate in the following assignments:
Familiarity with the CCI Handbook. There will be a short quiz on the ER portions of the handbook.
Assignment # 2.)
Familiarity with ER class notes Part I. Students will be required to make a short presentation on Part 1 of the ER class notes. 1.) Principle Purpose; 2.) Theory and Philosophy; 3.) How and Why Oils Work for ER; 4.) Oils to have on hand. Be prepared to present on all topics. All participants will be required to give a brief verbal report on one of the four sections mentioned above. Be prepared to report on any one of them. You will not be told which topic you will be reporting on until you arrive at the location, so be prepared.
Book Reports. All participants will be required to give a brief verbal report on one of the five books mentioned above. Be prepared to report on any one of them, but submit your first, second, and third choices to Anthony Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to the seminar dates. You will not be told which book you will be reporting on until you arrive at the location. Be prepared for talking about at least three of the above titles plus one of the five additional titles given below.
Self Releasing. Practice at least one session at home on yourself with self-releasing of personal issues using the CARE Emotional Release Notes along with the books by Hay, Mein, and Truman. Be prepared to report on your experience in class. It would be wise to register early, not only to be assured of a place, but also to complete the assignments sufficiently in advance to be adequately prepared by class time.