2.5 Day Education-Certificate Track, October 3-5, 2014
This is the most comprehensive educational experience offered and includes a 6 hr. online lecture, one day of classroom lecture and discussion on assessment, alignments, high risk/”red flag” clients and two days of equine experiential and real-time, in the moment role plays and discussion based on actual case studies based on Jane’s extensive body of work in the field of clinical crisis intervention. Participants completing this coursework will receive a certificate of completion and awarded a 28 hrs. NAADAC approved certificate (#735). This coursework may likely be approved by intervention membership driven organizations as the content meets and exceeds most minimum educational requirements for these kinds of applications.
The new interactive, equine-based experiential workshop is now open to seasoned intervention specialists, educational consultants, treatment executives and support staff, admissions and marketing professionals and medical professionals. This new workshop format gives diverse professionals interested in learning about and utilizing intervention skill sets in their practices, the opportunity to explore power hitting topics such as leadership vs. dominance, boundaries, projection, transference/countertransference, personal and professional ethics, the act/react dynamic and joining techniques in crisis and family work and the workplace.
The two-day experiential workshop is open to all interested parties and does not require pre-authorization to attend.
Audit Participation now offered for Saturday Morning Session
Additionally, Saturday, October 4, 2014 from 8:30 am-11: 30 am, the morning session will be open to interested parties wishing to audit the morning portion of the FMI workshop entitled, “Leading vs. Dominating; Building a Platform for Ethical Leadership in Crisis”.
Introducing Cheyenne Price!
Jane Eigner Mintz is pleased to introduce Cheyenne Price, a brilliant Natural Horseman trainer, as co-facilitator and equine specialist in this flagship workshop. Cheyenne is the Founder of the nonprofit organization, Hoof Prints to Freedom and is currently the head trainer at Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue in Lancaster, California. Cheyenne will be joining Jane as the equine specialist in her private practice, Realife Intervention Solutions, LLC. Together they offer a range of custom, clinically oriented, professional development and client related workshop experiences at Rustic Canyon Ranch in Pacific Palisades, California.
Agenda and Course Content
Friday, October 3, 2014 – Location TBA 11:30 am- 5pm
Lecture content focuses on clinical assessment process and procedures for ethically understanding and developing intervention cases or any crisis outreach strategy. Identifying issues within complex family systems (alignment) that must be identified and addressed are part of that assessment process and strategic decision-making process. Learning to report to outside agencies, understand the framework of “red flag”, high-risk populations, ethics and duty to report are all discussed. We will review key online lecture content and role-play as conversation and questions dictate.
Saturday, Opening Session October 4, 2014 -RUSTIC CANYON RANCH, PACIFIC PALISADES, CA. 8:30 am- 5:00 pm
Saturday morning’s opening exercise and discussion begins at 8:30 am. For those wishing to caravan into the canyon there will be a group meeting at Gelson’s parking lot in the Pacific Palisades at 7:30 am. Leading vs. Dominating; Building a Platform for Ethical Leadership This learning experience requires two full days of participation in the experiential portion of the FMI workshop at Rustic Canyon Ranch. Participants will immerse themselves in interactive experiences (doing and observing) that focus on leadership, power, projection, boundaries, use of clean and clear language, projection, transference, counter-transference and joining techniques
for working with resistant and reluctant individuals, complex family systems and work relationships. Interactive, real time, lively group discussion and case examples from Jane’s extensive body of work with complex clients and families will be used as the primary instructional vehicle. Access to the online lecture will be provided for interested parties.
Saturday Evening BBQ (Directly following workshop) For Participants, Sponsors and Invited Guests
Sunday, October 5, 2014 -RUSTIC CANYON RANCH, PACIFIC PALISADES 9 am-4pm
The focus of Sunday’s workshop is to take the central themes discussed over Friday and Saturday sessions and create role-play scenarios from material driven from case studies and questions from participants.
Workshop attendee’s will participate in a closing ceremony.
The Field Model of Intervention Workshop October 3-5, Los Ángeles, CA
2.5 Day Workshop- Education-Certificate Track 1,995.00
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Plus Online Lecture
Certificate, Training and Supervision Track
This learning experience require three full days of participation, a) mandatory 6 hr. online pre-requisite lecture, b) 1 day classroom clinical orientation and two day outdoor experiential equine based and interactive role play work. Completion of this educational workshop will be documented with at 28hr. NAADAC certified certificate. Approval for participation required by interview process.
Saturday Morning Audit (8:30am-11:30 am) 75.00
*Participants may purchase a lunch ticket for 25.00 at the door, reservations required but must vacate the workshop site by 12:45pm.
Payment Information and Registration
Registration: Please email: Jennifer Miela at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-285-3617
You will be contacted and sent a registration packet and a complete instruction information on hotels, course content, access to the online lecture, directions to locations, suggestions on what to wear and bring, liability release, photograph and video release, promise to pay notes and more.
Deposits are required to secure spots in the FMI Workshop upon registration. Reservations will be secured by receipt of deposit and the balance of tuition will be secured by credit card. Those participants wishing to pay by check may do so the morning of the workshop and the credit card on file will not be charged.
No refunds will be given on deposits after Sunday, September 21, 2014.
Workshop 1,000.00 deposit required by September 21, 2014
Audit Participation Email confirmation and 75.00 check made payable to Hoof Prints to Freedom. You may bring your check to the event.
All students’ fees are payable by check in full on the morning of Friday, October 3, 2014h .
Payment arrangements may be made for those students needing terms assistance by signing a promise to pay note and securing a payment schedule with two valid credit cards.
a) Checks made payable to Jane Eigner Mintz. A credit card must be kept on file until all funds clear.
b) All audit participants may write their checks to Hoof Prints to Freedom as a donation for their participation
c) Credit Cards will be run through Pay Pal and carry a 4% administration fee