AINC Proudly Presents:
Taking your Clients Deeper with Boundary Work
with Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC, LMFT, SEP
Clients ask us implicitly and explicitly about boundaries everyday. Does your training include detailed ways to think about boundaries, how the brain is processing different kinds of boundaries, and interventions that are geared to shift problematic boundaries? I have created this training to answer those questions and fill in gaps that I saw in my training around working with clients with boundaries. This course is a synthesis of information about the brain, ideas about boundaries from a variety of thinkers and clinical practice. I have split boundary work into four categories and will explore the neural networks and brain states involved in each category. Then we’ll move from theory to practical application and see boundary work in action with clinical demos. Plan to leave with a categorization for different types of boundary work, thoughts about how to support healthy executed boundaries and specific practices to do with clients that you can take into your office now.
- Define 4 types of boundary work
- Understand neural networks that underlie the processing of boundary work
- Learn a practice that will help your clients create a psychological boundary
- Understand why compassion is essential in containing boundary work
- Learn a practice to repair traumatic learnings from previous physical boundary violation
- Learn a 6 step process to teach clients to help them execute a boundary
Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC, LMFT, SEP, (Jules) has been exploring and teaching and working with clients through an Interpersonal Neurobiology lens for over 10 years. She loves talking about the brain and even more than that sharing ideas about how to transfer that knowledge to clinical practice. Her biggest clinical influences are the work of Bonnie Badenoch, Dan Siegel, Carol Middelberg, Sunny Lansdale, Brené Brown, Emily Nagoski and Terry Real. This fall she taught an in-depth 10 hour course with Terry Real called The Relational Brain that reached an international audience in our new world of Zoom trainings. This spring she will be presenting at the Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, Kaleidoscope at Texas State, and Working with Boundaries Inside and Out with the Academy of Therapy Wisdom. When she’s not teaching and writing she loves to play with her hubby, kiddo and dog and is a huge advocate for reading a poem a day.
3 CEU Credits will be provided for LPC, LMFT, LCSW, and psychologists.
AINC Proudly Presents:
The Myth of Self-Regulation
will be held online, over 2 days, 3 hours each day on
Friday, March 26, 5pm-8pm CST
Saturday March 27, 10am-1pm CST
“We have created the self-other distinction in our explicit discourse, along with many other constructs that divide us. Our neurobiology, in contrast, puts us within each other.”
– Marco Iacoboni
Gaining a felt sense of how much we are part of each other is so challenging in this culture that prizes self-regulation, self -reliance, and self-care. Our left-hemisphere dominant society means that we experience ourselves as alone no matter how many people are around us. This lens drives us to take control to make sure we can guarantee our own survival.
Relational neuroscience tells us this isolation is a painful violation of our core neurobiological expectation that we will be with one another. This experience of frightening disconnection touches so many aspects of our daily experience: from the persistence of white supremacy and systemic racism to our individualistic response to the pandemic to the polarized political world to the escalating prevalence of anxiety, depression, addiction, and violence.
On the joyful side of things, it doesn’t need to be this way.
Over the course of two days, our work will be to connect as deeply as we can with the felt sense of our interwovenness with each other as well as humbly notice when we slip away from each other into left-hemisphere dominance. To create a stable foundation of knowledge in our left hemisphere, we will spend time with the work of Marco Iacoboni, Iain McGilchrist, Stephen Porges, Joseph Henrich, and James Coan and Lane Beckes. We will weave in reflective practice and nondominant hand drawing as we seek to help our two hemispheres find the beautiful balance that helps us become a safe and healing presence in the counseling room and in our daily walk in the world.
We are excited and look forward to sharing this sacred space and time with you. A note to all ticket holders from the 2020 event. You should have received an email about your existing ticket, if you did not, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
6 CEU Credits will be provided for LPC, LMFT, LCSW, and psychologists.