Unlock Pleasure - Why We Need Pleasure for Healing and Well-Being -  A Professional Development Workshop

This day workshop is an introduction to the teaching of Unlock Pleasure for professionals. The presentation will focus on a treatment approach and skill development.

In this workshop you will learn:
How to use pleasure to support clients to an increased orientation to positivity and why this matters

Understand the relevance of using positive resources through a somatic approach

How pleasure can be used in application to the treatment of trauma

Learning how a focus on pleasure can build neuropaths ways for emotional well-being, increased relational capacity and creativity

Practical application of concepts and principles of Unlock Pleasure

The workshop will use teaching, case studies, somatic experiential exercises, reflective practices, and small group discussion to support learning. 

Facilitated by: Madeline Dietrich M.A., R.P., S.E.P.  is the creator of a project called Unlock Pleasure which aims to reclaim pleasure as a resource for healing and well-being.  She offers professional development workshops on pleasure, sexuality issues, trauma, and the interface of psychology and spirituality.  She has presented at international conferences on the topic of pleasure, and provides training workshops, on the above topics, for professionals working in private practice and community based programs

Madeline has worked as a somatic based therapist for 25 years in Ottawa, Canada.  She is a registered psychotherapist and has a Master Degree in Counselling Psychology, with a focus on health psychology.  She is also trained as a spiritual counsellor with a focus on spiritual development and healing from spiritual trauma.  Madeline is program graduate, and assists on training teams with the Somatic Experiencing Institute, the innovative somatic based approach to trauma treatment based on the work of Dr. Peter Levine www.traumahealing.org

Workshop Fee: $229. includes: HST and workshop materials. 

For more information contact:  Madeline Dietrich - 613-852-4072 or madtrich@mamga.ca

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“Madeline offers a safe space to explore what it is that blocks our capacity to live in pleasure. She supports us to recognize our unhealthy associations with pleasure, so we can finally open up to that which provides real power, serenity and love.”

BenoƮt Cazabon, author, professor, and coach