Robert Rosenbaum, Ph.D. has 30 years experience as a psychotherapist and clinical neuropsychologist; he has also received lay entrustment in the Soto Zen lineage as well as authorization to teach Dayan (Wild Goose) Qigong.
MAXIMIZING YOUR TIMELESSNESS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
We are the time of our lives. When time eats us, it causes suffering; when we eat time, every moment presents an opening to liberation.
Clock time is a convention imposed by economics: it pressures us to rush rather than relish our lives. Much of our clients' problems arise from feeling chained to a past or appropriated to a future. This leaves them little room in which to simply be themselves.
This workshop will help therapists cultivate "presence" with clients. Although therapists are usually paid for a certain number of sessions, each consisting of a certain number of minutes, the healing that occurs in therapy is neither short nor long; time is not linear, but lived. Meeting a client in a moment, "presence" is a gift that grants space in mind.