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Re-setting Your ADHD, by James Ochoa LPC

OchoaSquareWebFor those who have ADHD, knowing how to re-set is a must.  Re-setting is what you need to do when you’re thrown off by the disconnected, disruptive nature of ADHD, by the many inputs coming from so many different directions. In order to thrive and feel empowered, you must learn to re-set—to create effective systems that naturally connect the dots in your over-amped brain.

The possibilities of disruption are…

New Spring 2016 Year of Conversations!

All are welcome! Year of Conversations is a free monthly forum held Friday afternoons, emphasizing experiential, non-verbal ways of knowing and learning. We gather in a spirit of sanctuary, community, and renewal to explore pathways to helping others heal and thrive. Presentations focus on the work of helping professionals but all are welcome. CEUs are available free of charge for Austin IN Connection Members, and $20 for non-Members. Please note that our 2016 Year of Conversations events will be held at…

6/5 Workshop “Right-Brained Grieving” a Success

Candyce Ossefort-Russell, LPC-S, offerred a highly impactful and informative afternoon workshop for clinicians this past Friday, June 5, entitled Bringing Right-Brained Grieving to a Left-Brained World. All proceeds from this event directly benefit the work of Austin IN Connection. We would like to express heartfelt thanks to Candyce as well as to our many volunteers who helped make this event possible.

Early Registration Ends Soon for Candyce Ossefort-Russell’s 6/5 Workshop on Grieving

Sign up now to receive special discounted rates for the Friday, June 5,  afternoon workshop Bringing Right-Brained Grieving to a Left-Brained World: Using Attachment and Interpersonal Neurobiology to Humanize Our Approach to Grief, led by Candyce Ossefort-Russell, LPC-S. The workshop takes place from 2 – 5:15 at WPR Auditorium (at Mopac and Braker). All proceeds from this event will directly benefit Austin IN Connection’s ongoing programs. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to learn from a master clinician…

Registration Now Open for 6/5 Workshop on Grieving with Candyce Ossefort-Russell

We are pleased to announce that registration has officially opened for a very special afternoon workshop that benefits Austin IN Connection:

Bringing Right-Brained Grieving to a Left-Brained World: Using Attachment and Interpersonal Neurobiology to Humanize Our Approach to Grief  with Candyce Ossefort-Russell, LPC-S.

The event takes place Friday, June 5 from 2 – 5:15 at WPR Auditorium (near Braker and Mopac). Click here to register now! 

During this afternoon workshop, Candyce Ossefort-Russell will guide clinicians in exploring how traditional…

AINC achieves non-profit status

We are thrilled to officially announce the Austin IN Connection is now a non-profit 501.c3 organization! We have been working hard for years to qualify for non-profit status so that we can actively fundraise to expand our programs and events. We want to spread ideas and practices about attachment, relational neuroscience, and personal growth throughout our community. And we need your support! From now on, your donations to Austin IN Connection are tax-deductible. Please consider a gift of any…

SAVE THE DATE: 9/26-Kristin Neff on Self-Compassion

Austin IN Connection is pleased to host Kristin Neff, Ph.D., who will offer a daylong training in Austin on September 26 for clinicians and for members of the public based on her extensive research and writings on self-compassion and its transformative effects. Neff is the author of Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, which explores how self-compassion is an alternative to self-esteem that many psychologists believe is a better and more effective path to happiness. Mark your…