Lauren Spiro’s eCPR training schedule March & April 2017
All trainings are 2-day eCPR Certifications unless other stated. All training are done with additional members of the training teams
March 9-10, Seattle, WA,
March 13, is available for a FREE workshop, Seattle, WA
March 15-16, Redmond, WA
March 22-23, Portland, OR
March 27 workshop, tentative date, Nevada County Behavioral Health, CA
April 6-7, Oakland, CA
April 10-11 Oakland, CA
April 12- is available for a FREE workshop in Oakland, CA
Emotional CPR (eCPR) is a dynamic public health educational training that teaches people to support others through an emotional crisis by Connecting (C)- listening with our eyes, ears, and heart to feel the person’s presence; empowering (P)- accepting the uncertainty of not knowing what is best, but open to collaborative exploration and Revitalizing (R)- exploring our vital center – our truth, our authentic self and our genuine voice.
eCPR is recommended by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and CARF, the largest behavioral healthcare accreditation body in the world, and others. Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations referred to eCPR as a “peace-making” process.
Lauren Spiro’svision of social justice and mental health liberation fuels her work of community building, developing our individual and collective capacity for feeling deeply connected, appreciating the vast creative intelligence of the human mind and creating pathways so everyone may come home. Diagnosed and institutionalized with chronic schizophrenia as a teenager, she has emerged as a visionary thinker, artist, and consultant dedicated to embodying inner peace to create global peace. She has an M.A. in Clinical/Community Psychology, has been featured on national media, co-founded Emotional CPR and two non-profit mental health corporations, is the former director of the National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery (Laurenspiro1
Other eCPR training team members include: Reid Smithdeal, Fawn Preston, Kozi Arrington, Dina Tyler, Heather Riemer & Rachel Harris
For information about free workshops (as noted in the cities, above, contact Lauren, laurenspiro1)
For general information see www.emotional-cpr.org