Re: 3-day "PhotoTherapy Techniques Training Workshop (Level One)": Vancouver, Canada - March 17-19, 2012
Posted by Judy Weiser, R.Psych., A.T.R. on 12/28/2011, 12:38 pm, in reply to "Re: 3-day "PhotoTherapy Techniques Training Workshop (Level One)": Vancouver, Canada - March 17-19, 2012"
Hi Leona, and thanks for your interest in my Workshops! |
I would LOVE to come to do training in the U.S. (northeast area, or elsewhere!) but:
either I have to be invited ("hired") -- for example a Conference Keynote or Association-sponsored event and if they don't want this longer (3-day) kind, then I can do it privately before or after the event that brings me (pays the travel costs)
I have to decide to sponsor one myself (which takes a lot of effort, although I'm definitely willing to consider it, yes -- especially if someone "local" helps me with arrangement decisions)
Let me know if you know of any group of people who would want to take this on and I'll be happy to work with them in the planning...
I have now put you on my "PhotoTherapy Events Notification List" -- permanently!
and you will remain there until whenever you yourself ask to be removed. ;-)
This means that you will always be informed any time I send out Announcements about major events!
However... You can also become even more proactive about this, by going to the "Training and Education" page of my Website ("PhotoTherapy Techniques in Counseling and Therapy"), at:
and then down that page to the Section named "Upcoming Events" (there's also a direct link to that Section at the top-right of that page) -- where the list is ALWAYS current!
What I mean here is that if I am doing events that are open to participation by others, those events will always be listed there, just as soon as the contract for each has been signed.
There is also a different link at the top left of that same page (and every other page on my website, also) that connects you to a website named "Watch That Page" -- it's a free service that sends you a message any time that page is updated (you tell them what page; they automatically monitor it for you! -- and I've used it for years and it really works well!!)
SO: please feel free to stay in touch and make sure to update me if you ever change your email address!
Lastly, if you are on FaceBook, you might find it useful to join the Facebook Group for "PhotoTherapy, Therapeutic Photography, Photo Art Therapy, and VideoTherapy" at:
that way you will be able to also keep up with events that are done by others!
Thanks again for your interest in PhotoTherapy,