Saturday, Oct 29th
from 1:00pm to 4:15 online via Zoom
for 3 hours NASW CE

Marla Herbig, MSW,  LICSW, Jungian Analyst,
CG Jung Institute, Seattle, WA and
The Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts

Fear, Hate, and Hope: Neuroregulation and Self Care as a Clinician
Working with Clients in the Midst of War


This event will be filmed for those who register.

How do we, as clinicians, tend to our own nervous system, while
attending to clients in distressing situations where they have no agency
— no escape, no real influence upon the situation? This will not be a
clinical presentation, rather, we will focus on support of the clinician.
We will explore together some techniques, based on interpersonal-
neural psychology, which can help us deal with our own distress and
despair. We will talk, but not very much; we will practice possible
techniques, and explore nonverbal means of support.
Marla is currently a volunteer Analyst with two Ukrainian therapists
and will draw from her own experience of neuroregulation. This
workshop will include ideas from Polyvagal theory and Somatic
Please feel free to bring some collage material - other mark-making
materials will be provided.

Marla Herbig, MSW, ACSW, LICSW, is a Diplomate Jungian Analyst (CGJIS
and IRSJA) 
A co-founder of the JPA, Marla trained in Seattle and San Francisco. She
is Past President of CGJIS, a Training Analyst with CGJIS and the

InterRegional Society of Jungian Analysts. Marla chairs a
Propaedeuticum Exam Committee and the Membership Committee of
IRSJA. A long-time student of Sandtray, Polyvagal theory, and Somatic
Transformation, she has a deep interest in the convergence of the
imaginal and the embodied experience.