Introduction to The InterPlay Way for Helping Professionals

  • February 09, 2013
  • 9:30 AM - 12:15 PM
  • St. Mark's United Methodist Church
Presenter: Colleen (Coke) Nakamoto, LCSW

St. Mark's United Methodist Church
451 Moraga Way, Orinda



Interplay is a global social movement dedicated to ease, connection, human sustainability and play. One of Interplay's slogans is "Unlock the Wisdom of the Body!”
 
Participants will be introduced to the philosophy and basic forms of Interplay through lecture, demonstration and easy experiential exercises. (Dress comfortably for gentle movement.)
 
The presentation will demonstrate how Interplay can both enhance therapist self-care and deepen the therapeutic process. Interplay calls forth the playful side of an individual or a group, which often shifts one's sense of self, subtly yet deeply, from powerless to powerful.

More information can be found at interplay.org.

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Colleen Tani Nakamoto, LCSW  ("Coke")
Coke is a certified InterPlay© leader and therapist. She serves individual clients using InterPlay and Body Wisdom, and also leads monthly InterPlay Deepening Daylong Retreats. Using these forms, tools and principles, she has co-led weekly groups for homeless seniors in Oakland and has taught classes including InterPlay Performance Technique, Writing from the Body, and AsIAm: A Group for Asian American Women. Coke has served as a clinical social worker in residential treatment for children, hospice, bereavement, and with families affected by HIV/AIDS.

The fee for Wednesday workshops is $5 for members; $10 for non-members. Saturday workshops include a $10 member or $20 non-member fee.

Please RSVP to Sandy McQuillin at smcatdog@sbcglobal.net so we know for how many attendees we need to prepare space and nourishment. This is a 2-hour CEU course.

 

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