Cape Cod Institute Opens Doors to its 35th Season

Over 1100 health and mental health professionals from every continent enjoy one or more 27 week-long, in-depth courses given by thought leaders and master teachers from June 23 to August 22.

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Eastham, MA (PRWEB) June 24, 2014

The Cape Cod Institute was the first in its field to offer such programs for psychotherapists, organizational consultants and other professionals who apply behavioral science in their practices—and has served continuously since 1980. Now in its 35th year, the Institute carries on a proud tradition of offering accredited continuing education courses on leading edge topics such as:

Pat Ogden June 30-July 4
Once More, with Feeling: The Role of the Body in Experiencing, Processing, and Transforming Emotion

Richard Boyatzis July 7-11
Resonant Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, and Inspiring Development in Others

Bessel van der Kolk July 7-11
Frontiers of Trauma Treatment

Richard Schwartz July 14-18
Internal Family Systems Workshop

Stephen Porges July 14-18
Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory: The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe

Margaret Wheatley August 4-8
Leaders as Warriors for the Human Spirit

Edward Hallowell August 11-15
Unwrapping the Gifts: A Strength-Based Approach to ADHD Across the Life Span

The Cape Cod Institute was founded by Gilbert Levin, Ph.D. while he was a professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Gil is a clinical and social psychologist who has been a researcher, teacher, and program developer for more than forty years. Dr. Levin was inspired by Sigmund Freud’s tradition of teaching his own students—psychoanalysts—during summers in the Austrian Alps.

About this 35th season, Dr. Levin says, “I’m especially excited about this year’s program because its teachers and topics reflect a genuine shift in emphasis toward wellness. We are beginning to ask less about what's gone awry and more about what's going 'aright.' And the most interesting thing is that this shift is supported by a growing body of fundamental research in neurobiology."

This year’s course catalog can be found at http://cape.org. All sessions are held at the Nauset Regional School in Eastham. Each summer, the Cape Cod Institute contributes to the local economy by drawing hundreds of visitors to its hotels, restaurants and entertainment options such as whale watching, nature walks, art galleries and theatre.

The Institute is administered by Professional Learning Network, LLC. PLN's mission is to make a difference in the lives of people, organizations, and communities by providing excellent, timely and lively education. The courses that comprise the Cape Cod Institute are sponsored and accredited by Professional Learning Network and by the Milton Erickson Foundation.


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