Our Next SCPN gathering will be:
Jun. 16, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Luther Burbank Art and Garden Center
2050 Yulupa Avenue, Santa Rosa

**Wheelchair Accessible**

Donations of $10.00 to $5.00 suggested at the door.
No one is turned away for lack of funds.

The SCPN Presents

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitatization Reprocessing) Therapy.

If you or a friend or loved one have ever experienced a traumatizing event you may want to attend this event. Husband and wife Andy Weisskoff and Carol E. Miller will come and speak to us about EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) therapy.

Carol E. Miller Ph.D. will read from her memoir *Every Moment of a Fall <http://www.schaffnerpress.com/books/every-moment-of-a-fall>*, about the plane crash she survived at age sixteen, published May 2016.

Andy Weisskoff, LCSW will describe how EMDR works and how an EMDR session is typically structured.

They will then encourage questions about Carol's healing journey, Andy's work with clients along their healing paths, and Carol and Andy's collaborate process writing and editing each others works.

Carol E. Miller holds a Ph.D. in English and creative writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and taught writing and literature for a decade at the college level before working in academic administration. She launched her commercial copy writing business, Red Pentameter <http://redpentameter.com/>, in San Francisco in 2004, and now runs it from Sebastopol, in the Sonoma wine country. Her poetry has appeared in *Partisan Review*, *Spoon River Poetry Review*, *Salamander* and other journals.

Andy Weisskoff, LCSW is a psychotherapist in private practice in Sebastopol. He treats adults with trauma histories using the eye movement therapy EMDR. He is also a writer. His middle grade fiction *Glass Palace* was a finalist for Book of the Year in the National Association of Elementary School Principals' 2011 competition.

For more info: carol_e_miller.com and andyweisskoff.com.

We will have a potluck feast before the presentation. We ask that you bring a dish and/or non-alcoholic brew to share that serves 4-6 people. Let's treat ourselves to a good meal. Please bring your own place setting. There will be hot water available for tea.

Thank you and Blessed Be.