John F. Kennedy University




Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Clinical Applications of Deep Imagination - Level I
Course Description:
This classroom session has a theory-to-practice orientation, applying the concepts taught in the online introduction. Instructions for facilitating the foundational, interactive-style of imagery session are provided, along with supervised practice time. The emphasis is on establishing resiliency and safety in order to progress to future instructions for treating complex grief, trauma, and anxiety, etc. This class can be repeated for those seeking additional practice, or a refresher, in developing fluency for working with a client's symbolic inner life as an effective way to facilitate therapeutic goals.

Prerequisite required: Clinical Applications of Deep Imagination Level I - Online coming January 2018

For information about this program, click here.

Instructor Biography

Leslie Davenport, MFT, is a pioneer in the field of guided imagery, applying it to the areas of psychotherapy and integrative medicine. Founder of the humanities program at Marin General Hospital, which is now the Institute for Health and Healing, she is clinical faculty at the California Pacific Medical Center and is the author of Healing and Transformation through Self-Guided Imagery.
Course Information
March 24, 2018
Friday, 10 a.m. - 1 pm
Berkeley campus, Room 211


2956 San Pablo Avenue
2nd Floor
Berkeley, CA 94702-2471
APA, CAMFT, RN
Instructor(s): Leslie Davenport
MS, MFT
Credit Hours: 3
Course #: CEB1109
Fee: $75
Registration Unavailable
Return to CE Home Page