Getting Unhooked: Emotional Agility for Men

Mon, February 04 2019, 6:00 PM - Mon, March 11 2019, 8:00 PM [PST]

3903 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle , WA, United States

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Event Information

Mon, February 04 2019, 6:00 PM - Mon, March 11 2019, 8:00 PM [PST]

About the Event

 

Getting Unhooked: Emotional Agility for Men

Winter 2019

taught by John Guy, LMHC

 

Course Description

Many people have been socialized to be rational and logical: the message is that difficult thoughts and feelings aren’t helpful at work or anywhere else and should be avoided. A successful person should be cheerful and project confidence rather than negativity. However, all human beings have thoughts and emotions that include self-criticism, doubt, and fear. That’s just our minds trying to anticipate and solve problems.

In the business world, research shows that effective leaders approach their inner experiences in a mindful, values-driven, and productive way, integrating both logic and emotions. Studies show that emotional agility can help alleviate stress, become more innovative, and improve job performance. At the same time, increasing our emotional agility in relationships allows us to engage more deeply and meaningfully with those closest to us, as well as with ourselves.

The good news is that this skill of emotional agility can be trained and developed. In this course, you'll learn many of the same tools and practices as other mindfulness-based classes. Mindfulness and self-compassion are inner strengths that enable us to be more fully human—to acknowledge our shortcomings, learn from them, and make necessary changes with an attitude of kindness and self-respect.  Participants will learn through activities such as meditation, group discussion, experiential exercises, short presentations, and home practices. Research shows these skills are associated with emotional wellbeing, lower levels of anxiety and depression, and more satisfying personal relationships.

In this 5 week course we will cover the following:

Week 1

Developing mindful awareness

What are emotions?

Relationship of reason/logic and emotions

 

Week 2

Recognizing our patterns

Disentangle the emotion from the story

Increasing our emotional vocabulary

 

Week 3

Labeling thoughts and emotions

Self-compassion

 

Week 4

From reacting to responding: acceptance

Communicating with others

Values

 

Week 5

Tying it all together

Acting from our values

 

Course Schedule

5-week course

Mondays, February 4 - March 11, 2019 | 6:00 - 8:00 pm

**No class will be held on Presidents day February 18th

 

Course pricing
Regular registration: $270
Registration with certificate of completion for CEU's: $275 (see additional information below)

Additional payment options:

  • Income-based reduced fee of $200, available to individuals with an annual household income from all sources of $60,000 or less. For more details, please email mindfulness@uw.edu 
  • A limited number of scholarships are available per course. To apply for a scholarship, please review criteria and complete the application form at https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/mindful/237140 Note: Scholarship applicants will be notified no later than 3 weeks prior to the first day of class. Applicants must wait to register for the course until a decision has been made in order to qualify.

**NEW** UW Affiliate Discounts

20% for UW Faculty & Employees. Use your UW email address to register, include department name, office, and position. Please note: The UW Faculty and Employee discount may not be applied towards friends or family members. 

25% if paying with a UW budget number. UW Budget number is required at registration.

Continuing Education Credits

Pay an extra $5 at registration to receive a Certificate of Completion for 10 credit hours for licensed psychologistsmarriage and family therapistsmental health counselors, and social workerin Washington State. Please note: the fee for requesting a Certificate of Completion for credit hours AFTER the course begins is $20. 

 

Pay it Forward - Support the Scholarship Fund

If you are able to pay more for the course, we encourage you to consider donating to the Mindfulness Outreach Fund which allows CCFW to offer 50% and 100% scholarships to community members to aid in the cost of registration fees for mindfulness courses. Scholarships are awarded to increase accessibility of mindfulness and compassion training for individuals who have limited resources to obtain such training and to those who work in communities experiencing adversity. To make a donation to the scholarship fund, please visit http://giving.uw.edu/mindfulness

 

About the Instructor:


  
John Guy, LMHC

John is a psychotherapist in private practice at the Seattle Mindfulness Center. He offers mindfulness-based counseling to individuals and couples looking to establish new and healthy behaviors that help them lead lives more in accord with their values. John provided instruction in the technique of mindfulness to students earning their master's degree in the Contemplative Counseling Psychology track at Naropa University. He has practiced mindfulness since 2001. John regularly incorporates mindfulness with clients, as well as in his work with Gender Equity & Reconciliation International, a program that convenes public workshops for healing and transformation between women and men, in the United States, South Africa, and London. John leads the NextSteps Seattle project, an initiative to secure public and private funding for workshops to renew and balance relationships between women and men in the wake of the #metoo movement. Find out more about John at:  http://www.johntsungmeguy.com/

 

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The personal information you submit to the Center for Child & Family Well-Being will not be shared, sold, or disclosed to third parties in any form, for any purpose, at any time without your authorization. 

 

Contact Information

Marcellina DesChamps
Associate Director of Programs
Center for Child & Family Well-Being
Office: 206.221.8508
Email: ccfwb@uw.edu

 

Cancellation policy

Please review CCFW's cancellation policy.

***20% of class registration fees are non-refundable***

Please let us know as soon as possible if you need to cancel your registration. Please review our cancellation deadlines below.

Cancellation two weeks before class start: 80% refund

Cancellation within two weeks of class start: 50% refund

Cancellations after class start: No refunds guaranteed after the start of the course.

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CCFW is a collaborative research center based in the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington. Our mission is to promote the well-being of children, from infancy through adolescence, particularly those experiencing disadvantage and adversity. By using a “whole child” approach that supports the roles of parents, families, schools and communities in children’s resilience, CCFW works to infuse mindfulness, compassion and social-emotional skills into the lives of children, parents, caregivers, educators and practitioners. We are committed to serving as a resources and partner in promoting the well-being of children and families, locally and globally.

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