CAP Boulder Network Meeting: Cedar Barstow, M.Ed., C.H.T. "Ethics with Wisdom and Power with Heart"

  • 12 Nov 2014
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Boulder Egg & I, 2574 Baseline Road, Boulder, CO

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The focus of the CAP Boulder Network hour will be an exploration of power dynamics as the largest context for ethics.  Interesting things can happen, both empowering and shadowy, for therapist and client when there is a role power differential.  Engage in an interactive discussion and process to learn how to increase your ethical wisdom and skill.  A key to using your power well is to stand in your strength while staying in your heart.

Presenter Cedar Barstow, M.Ed., C.H.T., is the author of the book:  Right Use of Power: The Heart of Ethics, and co-author with her husband, Reynold Feldman, of Living in the Power Zone:  How Right Use of Power Can Transform Your Relationships.  Barstow has developed and taught this approach to ethics for the last 20 years to hundreds of people throughout the United States and internationally.  She has served as a professional ethics consultant to numerous groups, chairs the Ethics Committee of the United States Associaton of Body Psychotherapy and is a consultant to the Hakomi Institute International Ethics Committee.

Cedar is a private practice psychotherapist, a member of the Naropa University Adjunct Faculty and a Hakomi Therapy Trainer since 1989.  Cedar lives in Boulder and now focuses most of her attention to furthering the development of the Right Use of Power Institute. 

 

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