2011 Teaching and events

March

Changing Times, Changing Men: Expecting More Of Them By Expecting More Of Ourselves, and A Day of Qigong.

23-27 March, Psychotherapy Networker, Washington, D.C.
www.psychotherapynetworker.org/symposium-2011

April

Men And Their Relationships

20 & 27 April, 1409 Willow St, Suite 500, Mpls MN 55403

Two evening presentations for men with lecture and guided exercises to help in becoming more heart-centered, grounded and relational.

October

Men in Relationships; Expecting More of them by expecting more of ourselves. A Mind/Body/Heart approach

October, 7th NASW, Minnesota

http://www.naswmn.org/calendar.cfm

December

Helping Men Be More Relational: Qigong in Psychotherapy

December 7-10, The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine, (nicabm).
www.nicabm.com

2010 Teaching and events

March

Book Launching Reading: A Whole-Hearted Embrace

March 2, Book Launching Reading at Magers and Quinn, Minneapolis, MN.
Awholeheartedembrace.com
magersandquinn.com/

The Heart of Therapy and A Day of Qigong.

March 25-26 Psychotherapy Networker, Washington, D.C..
www.psychotherapynetworker.org/symposium2010

It Really Is All About Love, and Living From Your True Heart

April 9-11 Spring Forest Qigong International Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
www.springforestqigong.com/annual_world_conference_2010.htm

April

Book Reading: A Whole-Hearted Embrace

April 21, Book Reading at Common Good Books, St. Paul, MN.
commongood.indiebound.com/event/patrick-dougherty-reads-whole-hearted-embrace

May

Book Reading: A Whole-Hearted Embrace

May 5, Book Reading at The Bookcase, Wayzata, MN.

www.bookcaseofwayzata.com/event/patrick-dougherty

October

Spring Forest Qigong Healing Retreat

October 3-8, Spring Forest Qigong Healing Retreat, Bloomington, MN.

December

December 9-10, The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine, (nicabm).

http://www.nicabm.com

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"In just one breath you
can begin to change
your physiology, your
thinking and your
emotional state."

-- Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.