Wickenburg, AZ (PRWEB) July 10, 2012
The Meadows trauma and addiction treatment center in Wickenburg, Arizona, is sponsoring a free lecture in San Francisco on Tuesday, July 10 presented by Frederic Luskin, Ph.D., on the topic of “Forgive for Good.” It will be held at the Fort Mason Center from 7:00 to 8:30pm and no registration is required.
“Forgive for Good” is an introduction to the research based forgiveness methodology used in the Stanford University Forgiveness Project. The lecture will include guided practice in forgiveness methods and an over view of the nine steps to Forgiveness.
The learning objectives of the lecture include:
1. Understanding the mind body link in forgiveness
2. Developing a practical definition of forgiveness
3. Learning the use of change in narrative in creating forgiveness
Dr. Luskin directs the Stanford University Forgiveness Project and is the author of the bestselling book Forgive for Good.
The Meadows sponsors free lectures in various cities throughout the country. Speakers include local therapists familiar with The Meadows’ Model. Lectures are free and open to the public. Attendees can earn 1.5 Continuing Education Credits. For more information, contact Kirk Watson at 415.515.9026 or kwatson(at)themeadows(dot)com.
The Meadows is an industry leader in treating trauma and addiction through its inpatient and workshop programs. To learn more about The Meadows’ work with trauma and addiction contact an intake coordinator at (866) 856-1279 or visit http://www.themeadows.com.
For over 35 years, The Meadows has been a leading trauma and addiction treatment center. In that time, they have helped more than 20,000 patients in one of their three inpatient centers and 25,000 attendees in national workshops. The Meadows world-class team of Senior Fellows, Psychiatrists, Therapists and Counselors treat the symptoms of addiction and the underlying issues that cause lifelong patterns of self-destructive behavior. The Meadows, with 24 hour nursing and on-site physicians and psychiatrists, is a Level 1 psychiatric hospital that is accredited by the Joint Commission.