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Transformative Learning Center®

Experiential Education and Training . . .

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C.A.R.E. offers transformative education and training, establishing a foundation for lasting psychological change, as well as physical and emotional healing. We help our clients answer the question so many people ask about "how to" get from where they are in life, to where they want to be. We do this in the following ways:


  • We help our clients understand the biological and environmental factors that contribute to the development of each individual's stress, attention and trauma disorders. 


  • We incorporate individual coaching, group processes and experiential exercises, field trips and interviews, panel discussions, and more.   


  • We facilitate the resolution and integration of traumatic life experiences by which clients were previously disabled.  


  • We enable our clients to experience joy, self-acceptance, peace and the confidence to function naturally in ordinary life situations with their families and in the workplace.


Introductory Training Program

Location: San Francisco Bay Area

Dates: TBD


(415) 758-2339‬


Individually Designed Training Programs are offered on an on-going basis when group trainings are not in session or when time and distance makes attendance in group trainings difficult.


C.A.R.E.'s training program is designed to provide participants with cognitive understanding of history and theory, as well as the experience and practice of simple, effective techniques that address the resolution of attention deficits and trauma-based disorders. 


This training enables participants to explore and explain their personal history through the lens of C.A.R.E. protocols and methods. Participants are encouraged to practice integration of their newly acquired skills and understanding in their current relationships with friends and family and in their work relationships.

Learning Objectives

  • Affirm personal worth and value by making a commitment to the training, following through and completing the process.


  • Understand the C.A.R.E. view of attention deprivation disorder as it relates to the larger context of diagnoses and disorders involving physical and psychological trauma.


  • Understand basic attachment and developmental philosophies and perspectives that inform the path toward trauma resolution, integration and wholeness.


  • Understand evidence-based research that proves the efficacy of attention education, methods and practice and its use with different psycho-physical issues and populations.


  • Understand the relevance of developmental attention theory to the challenges of dealing with and resolving personal trauma and loss.


  • Discover and experiment with a practice of attention that leads to self-awareness, self-acceptance, and finally, selflessness. 


  • Understand the process of trauma resolution and attention integration as offered by C.A.R.E.


  • Learn how to develop and refine a personal attention practice.


  • Experience attention practices in dyads and group sessions.


  • Practice in one-on-one sessions with other participants and with instructor.


  • Participate in group lectures, peer discussion and practice groups.


  • Experience various adjunctive practices that support the C.A.R.E. protocol.

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