What’s the Highpoint of the Symposium?

We want to hear what you think!

What’s the best part of your conference experience so far? What’s your favorite part of the Symposium experience in general? Participating in a particular workshop or listening to a keynote address? Seeing your favorite presenter? Being part of an inspirational luncheon or dinner event? Being in the grand Omni Shoreham; traveling to Washington, DC in the spring; enjoying the dance party; seeing old friends; meeting new colleagues?

Whatever it is—a moment of inspiration, joy, creativity, revitalization, or pure fun—we want to know about it. Whether it happened just a few minutes ago or 20 years ago, we want to know what you think, especially this year, as we’re celebrate 35 years of the Networker Symposium.

So what’s the highpoint of the Symposium for you?
03.21.2012   Posted In: Symposium 2012   By Psychotherapy Networker
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  • Not available avatar meghan 03.22.2012 11:52
    Wow! I'm on my lunch break from Donna Eden's and David Feinstein's Language of your Body's Energy. It is fabulous. I arrived last night wiped out and already I feel TOTALLY RESTORED! This is the first time I have taken a creativity day workshop and I finally understand why this day is so valuable. Recharged and re-energized is how I feel! ...and grateful!
  • 0 avatar Zachary Alti 03.25.2012 06:56
    Linda Graham's workshop on Thursday was 'chock full o moments.' After every exercise we did I thought, "ok. That was the peak. It's going to be boring or at least dry from here on in," but I was surprised with every new exercise at how effective and cathartic they were. That was Thursday.

    So, of course Friday I figured, "Ok, that was creativity day. NOW its going to get dry and dense." Again, I was surprised.

    Surprise has been the defining term for my experience at this conference. It's unlike any professional development I have ever experienced. Every workshop I have been to has been enlightening and humorous. Even in workshops where they talk about deep trauma, the speakers have used the utmost care while making us feel grounded and resourced and even found a way to encorporate laughter at the right times.

    As we enter the final day of the Symposium, I can't help but feel a little sad that its coming to a close. It will surely take me a few months to process all the information I've learned, and much longer to integrate, but every day of the conference is full of laughter, insight, and and even awe.

    ...Only 361 days left to go until next year.
  • Not available avatar Susan 03.27.2012 11:35
    The most powerful part of the symposium was coming together and experiencing the magic of being part of something that is really special. The experience always enables me to be in the moment and experience an amazing amount of gratitude for those moments..It is a true experience of transcendence and spiritual elevation..Thank you all...
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