North American Invitational Summit:

Bonding and Attachment in the Family

Addressing the Root Causes of Social Problems at the Earliest Stages of Life

March 27-30, 2003, Santa Barbara, California





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Post-Summit Workshops


Monday, March 31: Post-Summit Workshops


1:30-4:30 pm

Creating a Sustainable Life as an Agent of Change: Balancing One's Inner and Outer Life, Preventing Burnout, and Maintaining Hope, Suzanne Arms

Stretching the Bounds of What's Possible: Being with Babies in Transformational Ways, Wendy Anne McCarty

Getting Real with Children and Teens (Part I), Susan Campbell

Getting Real with Children and Teens (Part II), Susan Campbell

Can Humanity Survive Obstetrics? Michel Odent

The Rebozo Way of Life: The Vision, Inspiration, Philosophy, and History, Barbara Wishingrad

Welcoming Our Spirit, Sobonfu Somé

Lessons from Around the World: Parenting in Peaceful Cultures, Charlotte Peterson

Toward a Model of Prevention: The First 18 Months in the Life of a Personality Disorder, Stan Tatkin

Ceremonial Family Bonding, Chief Sonne Reyne

Continuing Education (CE) Credits will be provided in these categories: RN, LM, LVN, LCSW, & MFT for a maximum of 30 hours.


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