Advanced Workshop October 12-13, 2018, Boise ID “Making Memory Maps – Creating Lifestyle”

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Register through October 2nd for the early bird special of $195.00
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Featured Speaker: Wes Wingett, Ph.D. LMHP

“Making Memory Maps ~ Creating Lifestyle”

This didactic and experiential workshop will focus on understanding the development of lifestyle through the creation of a childhood memory map. The childhood memory map will focus on family, friends, neighborhood, and school. Lifestyle conclusions will be developed based on the personal perceptions of the components of the memory map. Components of the lifestyle conclusions will be utilized in seeking solutions to current challenges. The workshop will be conducted using the theory of Alfred Adler and will emphasize empathy, encouragement, equality, ethics and education as the theoretical and practical. Objectives: Participants will (1) review several principles of Adlerian psychology, (2) create a childhood memory map focusing on family, friends, and community, (3) identify personal perceptions of childhood family, friends, and community, (4) utilize the perceptions as a source of strengths and socially useful strategies, (5) identify a current challenge, and (6) utilize personal strengths and resources to move toward a solution of the identified challenge.

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Wes Wingett, PhD, LMHP has been a counselor in private practice in Norfolk, NE since 1978. Prior to entering private practice, Dr. Wingett had been employed as a counselor in a mental health center, a university program development specialist, and in multiple educational settings as a counselor and teacher. Dr. Wingett received his bachelor’s degree from Wayne State College, Wayne, NE, and his masters and doctorate in guidance and counselor education from the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY. Additional graduate study was completed at the University of Northern Colorado and the University of Vermont. Dr. Wingett’s private practice focuses on providing individual, couple, and family counseling, consultation to educational institutions and businesses, and presenting Adlerian training in a variety of national and international venues. Wes has served as a consultant in the areas of aging and long-term care solutions, early childhood education, time and stress management, domestic violence, drug and alcohol prevention and treatment, health care and wellness, criminal justice, adult-child relationships and training of professional educators and counselors.