Healing Bullying to The Root:<br>A Unique Approach<br>to a Painful Epidemic

Healing Bullying to The Root:
A Unique Approach
to a Painful Epidemic

CE Credit:

  • For Psychotherapists and Healing Arts Professionals (NBCC) : 1.0 Hours (1.0 Continuing Education credits)

Course Abstract:

Bullying. Do we really know what it is? Or how rampant bullying is in our world? Do we have any idea how much we have normalized bullying all over our earth? Do we know what we need to do to heal bullying?

Participants in this course will read and answer questions that help them explore more deeply the tragedy of bullying: from its roots deep within each of us, to the tragic consequences of not healing our “inner bully,” to the vast transformation that is possible when we explore and heal the bully within.

Through the text in this course, by psychotherapist and author Judith Barr, participants will learn about how truly pervasive bullying is in our society and our world; where bullying is truly rooted; why we can never seem to create sustainable outer solutions to bullying; the consequences of our fear of feeling – powerlessness in particular – and how that fear contributes to the epidemic of bullying; what we can do to help our children in the face of bullying; and how exploring our own “inner bully” can help us heal the painful epidemic of bullying in our world.

Taking this course will help therapists learn about bullying up close and personally through their own minds, hearts, and experiences . . .  an important way through which they develop more deeply their ability to help clients. Therapists who participate in this course will also learn ways to help their clients recognize, explore and heal their own inner bully. In addition, taking this course will help therapists learn how helping their clients dissolve their defenses and build the capacity to truly feel their own painful feelings – past and present – will help to heal bullying in not only their clients’ lives, but also in our communities and our world.

Course Objectives:

    1. Define bullying and give examples – in its many forms – of bullying in daily life and in current national and global events.
    2. Describe the cycle of bullying and how it passes from one generation to the next.
    3. Identify the link between bullying and the feeling of powerlessness.
    4. Explain how our fear of feelings contributes to bullying.
    5. Describe how healing your own relationship with power can help heal bullying in our world.
    6. Identify ways we can help our children when they are being bullied.
    7. Identify ways in which we can explore our own inner bully.
Healing Bullying to The Root:<br>A Unique Approach<br>to a Painful Epidemic

Healing Bullying to The Root:
A Unique Approach
to a Painful Epidemic

price: $22.00

Violence:<br>Finding and Healing The Roots<br>From The Inside Out

Violence:
Finding and Healing The Roots
From The Inside Out

CE Credit:

  • CE Credit: For Psychotherapists and Healing Arts Professionals (NBCC) : 1.25 Hours (1.25 Continuing Education credits)

Course Abstract:

Participants in this course will read and answer questions about the true roots of violence in our lives and in our world – the roots that lie within. Through the text in this course, by psychotherapist and author Judith Barr, participants will learn about how violence in its many forms is normalized and rationalized by our society and by us individually; how the attempts to stop the violence in the outer world will never create sustainable solutions; how our own fear of our painful feelings – as well as our fear of others’ feelings – contributes to the escalating violence in our world; and how exploring our feelings about violent events can help us explore and heal the violent current in each of us…helping to heal violence in our world.

Therapists who participate in this course will learn about concepts such as escape hatches and their role in perpetuating the violence in our world. In addition, taking this course will help therapists learn how helping their clients recognize the roots of violence, dissolve their defenses and build the capacity to truly feel their own pain, past and present, will help to create lasting change in not only their clients’ lives, but also in our communities and our world.

Course Objectives:

    1. Define “escape hatch” and identify ways in which escape hatches feed violence.
    2. Explain what you can learn about yourself from reading about violence in our world and feeling and witnessing your reactions.
    3. List examples of how our childhood experiences could lead to violent events in our lives and in our world.
    4. Identify ways in which a parent may help a child build the capacity to feel painful feelings without acting out.
    5. List the consequences of our fear of painful feelings and how our lack of capacity to feel our feelings may lead to violent action.
    6. Name ways in which our modern communication systems enable us to normalize violence.
    7. Identify ways in which our individual wounding may affect our outer world…individually and communally.
Violence:<br>Finding and Healing The Roots<br>From The Inside Out

Violence:
Finding and Healing The Roots
From The Inside Out

price: $22.00

A Recession Regression:<br>Finding the Root of<br>Our Relationships with Money

A Recession Regression:
Finding the Root of
Our Relationships with Money

CE Credit:

  • For Psychotherapists and Healing Arts Professionals (NBCC) : 1 Hour (1 Continuing Education credit)
  • For Financial Professionals (NAPFA ) : 1 Hour (1 Continuing Education credit)

Course Abstract:

Laypeople and professionals will read and answer questions about the inner root of people’s relationships with money to help them learn more deeply about their own relationships with money, and how those relationships affect our national and global economies. Through examples from current life events explored in the course, participants will recognize how their childhood experiences affect their emotions and behaviors related to money and to the economy in any time – from recession to prosperity. They will also begin to comprehend the impact that the individual’s relationship with money has on our world, and how healing one’s own individual relationship with money can help to heal the global relationship with money.

Financial professionals who take this course will also learn to assist their clients in these challenging economic times and will learn how their clients’ childhood experiences affect their emotions and behaviors related to money and to the recession.

In addition, therapists who take this course will learn to assist their clients in these challenging economic times – as well as in times of prosperity – and will learn how their clients’ childhood experiences affect their emotions and behaviors related to money and to the recession.

Course Objectives:

    1. Describe how the concept of regression is at play during these turbulent economic times.
    2. Identify four aspects of a child’s experience that contribute to current day recession anxiety.
    3. Identify three things that can happen if people do not find the root of their relationship with money.
    4. Give an example of the connection between our individual relationship with money and our communal relationship with money.
    5. Name what is being left out of the discussion about the recession.
    6. Describe the most “profitable” way to resolve our money difficulties.
A Recession Regression:<br>Finding the Root of<br>Our Relationships with Money

A Recession Regression:
Finding the Root of
Our Relationships with Money

price: $15.00

Power Abused,<br>Power Healed<br>Home Study Course

Power Abused,
Power Healed
Home Study Course

CE Credit:

  • For Psychotherapists and Healing Arts Professionals (NBCC) : 4 Hours (4 Continuing Education credits)
  • For Financial Professionals (NAPFA ) : 4 Hours (4 Continuing Education credits) 

Course Abstract:

Utilizing the medium of both educational and soul-touching stories, the text for this course explores a variety of potential abuses of power in therapeutic, healing arts, and spiritual contexts, and in public and private life, as well. With an emphasis on the concept that healing childhood wounds to the root heals the misuse of power on an individual and global scale, the text reveals the roots of the temptation to abuse our authority as professionals, the impact that abuse can have on our clients, and the healing that is possible. Chapters are divided into three sections: the first exposing the initial childhood trauma, the second exploring the consequences and healing of that trauma, and the third, entitled “Here And Now,” which contains questions designed to inspire the reader to search within for the roots of his/her own relationship with power.

Course Objectives:

    1. Identify how our relationship with power is formed, and how our own individual wounding affects the abuse of power in our world.
    2. Identify 5 ways in which power can be abused in the many areas of life.
    3. Identify 5 consequences, individually and globally, of our fear of “negative” emotions.
    4. Define how our childhood experience affects our own individual relationships with power.
    5. List 5 examples of how psychological concepts such as transference and early decisions can be utilized for healing.
    6. Identify how an individual’s healing can help heal the abuse of power in our world.

NOTE: The text for this course is mailed via USPS, and shipping is different for domestic and international orders. When you order, please select the version that applies for the country to which the text will be shipped.

Power Abused,<br>Power Healed<br>Home Study Course

Power Abused,
Power Healed
Home Study Course

price: $60.00

Shipping & Handling:
A Therapist Reflects on<br>The Use and Abuse of Power<br>Part 1

A Therapist Reflects on
The Use and Abuse of Power
Part 1

Course Abstract:

Participants will read and answer questions about a series of ten articles to help explore their own relationships with power – on a personal and professional level – and that of clients. Participants will learn about a variety of ways in which power is abused in public and private life, and how current events can be utilized as a mirror of one’s self to heal one’s own relationship with power. Through examples from current life events explored in the articles, participants will recognize how their childhood experience affects their emotions and behaviors and those of their clients. They will also begin to comprehend the impact that the individual’s relationship with power has on our world, and how healing one’s own individual relationship with power can help to heal the misuse and abuse of power globally.

Course Objectives:

    1. Name ways in which relationships with power are formed, particularly the relationship between feelings and early decisions.
    2. Identify ways in which living in a quick-fix society with quick-fix therapies – as opposed to healing to the root – has an impact on the healing process.
    3. Identify consequences of our fear and repression of feelings – on a personal and a communal level.
    4. List examples of how the concept of “the leader reflects the people” can affect healing on both individual and global levels.
    5. Identify differences between “here-and-now” feeling responses to current events and feeling reactions to similar events from childhood.
    6. Explain how current life choices, like our vote in an election, can be influenced by past wounds.
A Therapist Reflects on<br>The Use and Abuse of Power<br>Part 2

A Therapist Reflects on
The Use and Abuse of Power
Part 2

Course Abstract:

Participants will read and answer questions about a series of twelve articles to help explore more deeply their own relationship with power – on a personal and professional level – and that of clients. Topics covered in this course include the roots of feelings of powerlessness; how childhood wounds affect our parenting; the roots of corporate power abuse, both from the perspective of the abused and the perspective of the abuser; the roots of our relationships with sexuality, and more. Through examples from current life events explored in the articles, participants will come to recognize how their childhood experience affects their emotions and behaviors and those of their clients. They will also begin to comprehend the impact that the individual’s relationship with power has on our world, and how healing one’s own individual relationship with power can help to heal the abuse and misuse of power globally.

Course Objectives:

    1. Identify how childhood experiences impact a person’s relationship with power.
    2. Define the role of feelings in our lives.
    3. Identify ways in which fear and repression of those feelings affect people’s lives.
    4. Differentiate between “here-and-now” feelings and reactions to current events, and feelings and reactions from childhood.
    5. Identify ways to use current life examples to more deeply explore one’s own relationships with power in a variety of life arenas.
    6. Identify ways in which personal wounding and healing impacts our country and our world.
A Therapist Reflects on<br>The Use and Abuse of Power<br>Part 3

A Therapist Reflects on
The Use and Abuse of Power
Part 3

Course Abstract:

Participants will read and answer questions about a series of twelve articles, to help them more deeply explore their own relationships with power – on a personal and professional level – and that of clients. Topics covered in this course include the roots of feelings about the holidays; how childhood wounds affect our view and experience of love; the roots of misogyny; the roots of our feelings about tax day, and more. Through examples from current events explored in the articles, participants will recognize how their childhood experience affects their emotions and behaviors and those of their clients. They will also begin to comprehend the impact that the individual’s relationship with power has on our world, and how healing one’s own individual relationship with power can help heal the misuse and abuse of power globally.

Course Objectives:

    1. Identify how our childhood experiences can affect the way we feel about various aspects of our daily life, such as holidays, love, tax time, menstruation, and elections.
    2. Define the true meaning of “commitment” and explain how our past experiences affect our ability to make a real commitment.
    3. Name the roots of misogyny in our world.
    4. Identify the real roots of bullying in our lives and in our world.
    5. Define “early decision” and explain how early decisions impact our everyday life.
    6. Describe examples of how our own individual wounding can affect our nation and our world, and why healing our inner wounds is the most sure way of effecting sustainable change and progress.
Continuing Education Credit

Continuing Education Credit

There are separate versions of Continuing Education Credit eligible courses for certain professionals.

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Judith Barr has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6607. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Judith Barr is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
(Only courses for psychotherapists and healing arts professionals offer NBCC credit.)
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Members of The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) can claim NAPFA continuing education credit for taking the A Recession Regression home study course and the Power Abused, Power Healed home study course. If you would like CE credits for these courses, please be sure to order the version of the course for NAPFA members.

 

Endorsements

Over the years, Judith has held many events offering CE credits and CE home study courses for professionals in the healing arts. To read some feedback from colleagues on Judith’s work in Continuing Education, please follow the links below.

LETTER FROM NOAH RUBINSTEIN, LMFT, LMHC,
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GOODTHERAPY.ORG

LETTER FROM LEO CHRISTIE, PHD,
PRESIDENT OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES