Event Phone: 360-509-1988

  • April 27, 2019
    9:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • April 28, 2019
    9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Seattle Hakomi is pleased to present an experiential workshop with Cedar Barstow: The Right Use of Power,  an ethics training, on April 27 – 28, 2019, at Mosswood Hollow Retreat Center in Duvall, Washington

Cedar will introduce experiential exercises to explore the nature of power, giving and receiving feedback as an investment in relationship, and how to de-escalate and resolve difficulties. The training will also support participants to explore personal history in relationship to power and develop a personal power profile.

Licensed Massage Practitioners, Licensed Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, and Marriage and Family Therapists will receive 12 Ethics CEUs.

The $350.00 tuition is nonrefundable and includes the cost of Cedar Barstow’s classic book: Right Use of Power: The Heart of Ethics which will be available to you only at the event. Please click on the “Invoice” link if you choose to pay by check.

Contact registrar Miles Springer at 360-509-1988 or email him at milesspringer94@gmail.com for help with registration. NOTE: your registration is not complete until you fill out the Mosswood Hollow registration form. Please be sure to review this registration form for changes in policy regarding lodging and day use.

Cedar Barstow, D.P.I., M.Ed. is the founder and director of the Right Use of Power Institute, and author or Right Use of Power:  The Heart of Ethics, a resource for people in the helping professionals, and Living in the Power Zone: How Right Use of Power Can Transform Your Relationships, written with her husband, Reynold Ruslan Feldman. She offers Right Use of Power (RUP) workshops and trains others to present their own RUP programs, and develop e-courses and other materials. She also serves as a consultant in ethics and power issues for individuals, groups, and organizations.

Cedar began studying the Hakomi Method of Body-Centered Psychotherapy with Ron Kurtz and his Senior Trainers in 1981, and was the first Administrative Director of the newly-founded Hakomi Institute and then a Certified Hakomi Trainer and Therapist. She taught in 26 Hakomi Trainings and dozens of workshops around the globe that have brought experiences of hurt, resilience, beauty, and healing love with many cultures, groups, and individuals. She continues to work for the Hakomi Institute as a Hakomi Therapist, Hakomi Trainer, Hakomi Journal managing editor, and consultant to the Hakomi International Ethics Committee.