Aug 2, 2012 · 7:00 PM
Hypnosis Clearing House
Virginia Satir was one of the most effective psychotherapists of the
20th century and one of three founding models for NLP studied by John
Grinder and Richard Bandler. She is well known for her pioneering
approach to family therapy and her work with Systemic Constellations,
and many key concepts such as "anchoring", "generative therapy",
"parts integration", "forgiveness process", etc. come from her
remarkable body of work. Virginia also created the Change Process
Model, which was embraced by many change management and organizational
gurus of the 1990s and 2000s to define how change impacts
organizations. Her entire work was done under the umbrella of
"Becoming More Fully Human".
This week, we will explore some concepts and practices that come from
her work, including "anchoring".
If you haven't been to HCH before please review the directions below. GPS navigation and Google Maps do not accurately show HCH.
From Oakland: Take highway 24 East, through the tunnel. Pass town of Orinda. Take Mt. Diablo Blvd./Acalanes exit. Go through stop lights onto Mt. Diablo Blvd. Pass the Lafayette Reservoir on the right. Drive approximately 1/4 mile further. Pass the Veterans Memorial Building(on left) and be prepared to make the very next left turn up the hill. (There is a center turn lane.) *As you drive up the road you'll veer right two times. Look for the HCH signs. Our building is the first building on the right. It's nestled in the trees on the right side of the parking area.
From Walnut Creek: Take highway 24 West. Take Central Lafayette exit. At the light, turn left on to Deerhill Rd. When Deerhill ends (past the BART station), turn left onto Happy Valley Rd. Drive one block. Turn right onto Mt. Diablo Blvd. ++Drive through one light (Dolores/Mt. View), and one long city block from this intersection, then turn right at the Veterans parking lot. Proceed from * above and look for the HCH signs.
By BART: Exit at Lafayette BART station. Walk one block south to Mt. Diablo Blvd. Walk right on Mt. Diablo Blvd. And continue from ++ on above directions. Walking from BART will take 15 to 20 minutes.