Boulder Psychotherapy Institute

Advanced Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP)

An Experiential Psychodynamic Gestalt Approach   •   Boulder, Colorado

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Fri, Feb 22 - Fri, Feb 22ACT Training, 720-260-7702
You probably already know about the importance of strength and flexibility training for your muscles. It's the core of any sport or exercise program. This is also the spirit of Psychological Flexibility Training which is the core of ACT; psychologically flexing your mind so you can deal with most anything life throws at you. Empirical evidence demonstrates ACT's effectiveness in treating a wide range of disorders, from anxiety, depression, and PTSD, to chronic pain, eating disorders and substance abuse. Effective with individuals, couples and groups, ACT helps clients to live in the present moment, connect with their values, and effectively handle painful thoughts, feelings, memories, sensations and urges. When ACT is utilized in the workplace it is call Acceptance and Commitment Training to combat the stigma associated with the word therapy. ACT in the world of work leads to greater work satisfaction and safety along with increased productivity and effective leadership. mindfulness and behavioral activation to increase clients' Psychological flexibility. is proven to increase provider effectiveness and reduce BURNOUT! Objective: Develop an understanding of the ACT model of human suffering and its alleviation. Learn what experiential avoidance is and how it contributes to human suffering. Understand how to utilize the six core processes of ACT. Learn More...

Sat, Feb 23 - Sat, Feb 23HOLISTICALLY ASSESSING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH THE LENS OF YOGA, 520-205-1106
This workshop for mental health professionals interested in learning a new and complimentary way to holistically assess themselves and their clients' state of balance on physical, physiological and psychological levels. It offers an opportunity to empower you and your clients with skills in self-awareness and self-regulation. New insights and tools for accurately assessing your clients can strengthen your ability to optimize interventions, which can lead to better clinical outcomes. Through the Optimal State™ Assessment Workshop, you will learn about different indicators that help people better understand how to identify potential imbalances on different layers of the human system. For example, this methodology allows for discernment of such things as whether anxiety and/or depression is manifesting in the mind and/or the body. Some simple practices demonstrating how to encourage a system back to balance, and how different integrated body/breath/mind interventions can be tailored depending upon what layer of the system is out of balance, will be provided. 3 CONTINUING COMPETENCY CREDITS AVAILABLE DATE: FEBRUARY 23, 2019 TIME: 2:00-5:00 pm PLACE: Boulder Healing Hub, 1650 38th S#100e COST: Early Bird Discount: $65 ~ After 2/10/19: $75 PRESENTER: Melaney Seacat, MA, C-IAYT, Registered Psychotherapist, and faculty member of the Optimal State of Living Yoga Therapy School LEARN MORE AND REGISTER BY CLICKING URL BELOW Learn More...

Sat, Feb 23 - Sun, Feb 24Awakening the Third Eye Meditation and Energy Management Workshop, 3039002679
Awakening the Third Eye is a weekend workshop designed for those who want direct experience of deeper states of consciousness, as well as those who want to learn skills for cultivating and managing their energy. At the workshop, you will learn third eye meditation techniques for awakening spiritual vision, protecting and grounding your energy, quieting your mind, and fast recuperation from fatigue. The techniques taught this weekend come from Clairvision school of meditation (www.clairvision.org), a school of spiritual awakening that emphasizes first-hand experiences of consciousness. Come join us in Boulder, February 23-24 To sign up go to www.clairvisionboulder.org Learn More...

Sat, Mar 2 - Sun, Mar 3Somatic EMDR Tools for Trauma Treatment - Somatic EMDR Workshop in Boulder, Colorado - March 2, 2019 (Saturday) to March 3, 2019 (Sunday), 1-800-674-3637
Somatic EMDR Tools for Trauma Treatment - Somatic EMDR Workshop - Boulder, Colorado - March 2, 2019 (Saturday) to March 3, 2019 (Sunday) - APA, NBCC, and EMDRIA credit hours available - This EMDRIA approved two-day Somatic EMDR Workshop -- taught by Barb Maiberger and Dr. Arielle Schwartz, authors of "EMDR Therapy and Somatic Psychology: Interventions to Enhance Embodiment" -- is designed to help EMDR therapists learn the foundational somatic skills necessary to navigate profound somatic experiences during the 8 Phases of EMDR therapy. While we know in EMDR therapy that the body is an important element of the modality, we have found that many therapists are scared of the body's natural responses that can arise in trauma treatment. Research has shown that effective trauma therapy requires a holistic approach to deal with the cognitive, emotional and somatic symptoms of PTSD. Our approach is an integrative approach to help EMDR therapists navigate the complexities of helping traumatized clients become more embodied in EMDR therapy. VISIT OUR WEBSITE OR CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE Learn More...

Tue, Mar 5 - Tue, May 21Radical Self-Care Group for Therapists, Healers & Helpers, 720-443-0705
Radical Self-Care for Therapists, Healers & Helpers: Focusing on Preventing & Mitigating Burnout What It Is: 12 weeks to allow for depth of process & connection to self & other Format includes grounding to begin, check-ins & homework discussion, exercises to feel what we are learning Topics covered: Vicarious trauma, boundaries (energetic & physical), Community, Personal history & triggers brought to sessions (countertransference), Social engagement nervous system, The heart of self-care; self-love, Embodiment, and more! Homework to deepen awareness What You'll Gain: Increased awareness of subtle nervous system shifts & enhanced ability to regulate these shifts Strengthen ability to communicate and invite community regarding nervous system & self-care needs Learn the difference between self-protection and boundaries Build community within an integrated group of healing professionals Have fun while building, toning and strengthening your social engagement nervous system; the system that allows you to stay balanced and nourished while serving your clients Experience your nourishment barriers & increase self-love through safe and fun experiential exercises When: Tuesdays, March 5th-May 21st 5:30-7:30pm Where: HoloBeing Wellness Center 3008 Folsom St. Boulder, CO 80303 Learn More...

Fri, Mar 8 - Sun, Mar 10Learn EMDR Therapy To Help Heal PTSD and Trauma - EMDR Training in Boulder, Colorado - March and June 2019, 1-800-674-3637
Learn EMDR Therapy To Help Heal PTSD and Trauma - Complete EMDR Training Package - EMDR Training in Boulder, Colorado - Part 1: March 8, 2019 to March 10, 2019 - Part 2: June 7, 2019 to June 9, 2019 - 10 Hours of Group Consultation Included - EMDRIA Approved Provider - APA and NBCC CE Credit Hours Available. _____ EMDR Therapy is an evidence based treatment for working with PTSD and trauma. This EMDRIA approved EMDR Training will prepare therapists to use EMDR Therapy effectively with their clients. This complete EMDR Training package will include lectures, live demonstrations, videos, practica, and other EMDR Training tools and resources. The Maiberger Institute maintains responsibility for this program, and its content in accordance with EMDRIA Standards. This EMDRIA approved EMDR Training is facilitated by Barb Maiberger, MA, LPC -- the author of "EMDR Essentials: A Guide for Clients and Therapists" and the co-author of "EMDR Therapy and Somatic Psychology: Interventions to Enhance Embodiment in Trauma Treatment." Barb Maiberger is an EMDRIA Approved Consultant, and an EMDRIA Certified EMDR Therapist. Barb Maiberger has personally trained over a thousand therapists in the practice of EMDR Therapy. ______ Visit our website or contact us to learn more... Learn More...

Sat, Mar 9 - Sat, Mar 9Come to Your Senses: A Day of Mindfulness and Sensory Awareness, 3034760726
8:45 am - 5:30 pm, Boulder, led by Peter Williams. While we experience the world primarily through our physical senses, we are intensely devoted to thinking mind, which is mostly just a symbolization of our physical senses. This devotion is more than an odd paradox - it is the cause of all of our difficulty. In this day we let go of thinking so we can be mindful of all our senses - sensations, sounds, sights, smells and tastes. There will be an emphasis on sensory clarity, where we clearly distinguish mental events from physical ones. When we drop out of our minds and into our senses, we drop out of time, ego-clinging, and stress and into presence, satisfaction and well-being. What a relief to come to our senses! Suggested donation $70. If you plan to attend, please email Peter at . This silent insight meditation retreat is open to new and experienced meditators. It will include sitting and walking meditation, instruction, and dharma talks. Peter Williams has practiced Buddhist meditation for 26 years and has done more than 24 months of silent retreat. He has taught since 2003 Learn More...

Wed, Mar 13 - Wed, May 22COUPLES THERAPY CASE CONSULTATION GROUP WITH MICHELE WEINER-DAVIS, 3034447004
Starting March 13th, I will be offering a 6-session ONLINE case consultation group to help you find creative and effective ways to breakthrough challenging impasses in your work with couples. In order to maximize learning, group size will be limited. I am very excited about this case consultation group because each time I do a professional training, therapists express the need for more time to discuss their cases. Whether you're wanting help with issues associated with infidelity and other kinds of betrayal, extremely challenging clients who push your buttons, doing couples therapy with one spouse, sex-starved marriages, so-called "narcissistic" clients, implementing The Last Resort Technique, or anything else....that's what we're going to talk about! HERE'S THE PLAN FOR MY 6-SESSION (Twice a month) ONLINE CASE CONSULTATION GROUP: - Each session will be 1 ½ hour - Participants will present cases in a structured format - Participants will get concrete feedback and homework suggestions from me - During several sessions, I will discuss "hot" clinical issues in my own practice - Group will be limited in size to the first 12 people who register Regardless of your theoretical orientation, you are welcome to participate. WHEN - Dates- March 13, Mar 27, Apr 10, Apr 24, May 8, May 22 - Time- 11:00- 12:30 Mountain Time Learn More...

Fri, Mar 15 - Fri, Mar 15Online EMDR Consult Group, 720-526-8102
This group is for Therapists currently going through EMDR Training, wanting to get EMDR Certified, or wanting to become an EMDR Consultant. Group is 2 hours for $65. Register Today!! Learn More...

Sat, Mar 16 - Sun, Mar 17The Mosaic Of Healing, (303)618 5328
This workshop is designed to educate therapists on how to incorporate the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) created by Dr Stephen Porges, in advanced trauma-informed therapy. The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP), in this particular program, is utilized as a preparatory tool that can be used at the beginning or during critical phases of the client's treatment in order to kindle and help them stay within their "window of tolerance" as they advance in their healing process. Learn how to integrate the SSP into your therapy practice in order to kindle the process of trauma healing.
Learn how to apply the SEGAC (system developed by Ana do Valle) in order to track a seven-day process into your client's healing portal. Understand how the "Vagus Brake" influences play, relationships and healing. This advanced workshop allows for you as an experienced trauma / relationships practitioner to understand and be able to introduce the SSP in your practice. This trauma-informed program provides a Neuro- platform of safety for the client's process. It gives you, as the therapist, a profound insight into your client's Portal to Transformation. This is truly a Mosaic of Healing. Learn More...

Thu, Mar 21 - Thu, Mar 21HOW TO BUILD A THRIVING PRACTICE: (Boulder CAP Networking/Breakfast Talk with Becky DeGrossa, MA, 7202442299
You Can Be a Damned Good Therapist and Still Not Have a Full Caseload" with Becky DeGrossa, MA Join us from 8 to to 10 am at the Egg & I, 2574 Baseline (corner of Baseline & Broadway), 8:30-10 am, for this excellent & informative talk. Bring business cards & flyers. There's a sore lack of knowledge in our industry when it comes to effective marketing, causing really good therapists to try everything they can think of and still not fill their practices. In this talk, Becky will help you put your marketing efforts where it counts by delivering insights into private practice marketing that she's learned over the last 10 years. Becky helps struggling practice owners 1) figure out why their marketing isn't working, 2) fix it, and 3) build full, thriving practices. Becky DeGrossa, MA, is therapist and founder of CounselingWise.com. While managing a private practice, she mastered the art of steady client calls, and found that she loved marketing more than sitting in the therapist's seat. As of the start of 2019, CounselingWise has helped 253 therapists build smart therapy websites, and the company has more therapists on page 1 of Google than any other company. Visit www.counselingwise.com for more information. Go to www.coloradopsychotherapists.com to reserve your seat. price is breakfast or $10. Learn More...

Wed, Apr 3 - Wed, May 8The WISDOM of ELDERHOOD - for men and women over 65, 2404324080
JOIN YOUR PEERS and explore your life. This is a wonderful confidential safe environment to explore relevant issues in our lives at this rich phase of ELDERHOOD. Experienced warm facilitator, Ruth Neubauer, also teaches at OLLI-DU. REGISTER NOW for our NEW APRIL GROUP. elderhoodwisdom.org Learn More...

Brain to Brain, Body to Body: The Relational Nature of Shame

Sat, Apr 6 - Sun, Apr 7

Pat Ogden, BPI - 303 494 0393

This workshop explores the early roots of shame, its impact on the body and nervous system and on patterns of emotions, thoughts and beliefs

We will address the various manifestations of shame, and how shame is so often disguised and veiled, sometimes even to our clients themselves. Since the first shameful encounters occur between the infant or young child and attachment figure primarily through non-verbal communication, such as prosody, eye contact, and touch, we will explore the role of these in the therapy hour in terms of healing shame. Foundational principles that create a therapeutic container, or atmosphere, that maximize the possibility of working through shame will be illustrated and operationalized in clinical practice. With an emphasize on the relational nature of shame, special attention will be given to the importance of the therapeutic relationship, including both implicit and explicit communication between therapist and client, to resolve shame. The use of touch will be clarified including cautions, transference and countertransference, and potential benefits. Videotapes will illustrate interventions drawn from Sensorimotor Psychotherapy work with clients. Ten hours of CE credits are available.

This workshop is full, but you can sign up to be placed on the Wait List.

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Sat, Apr 6 - Sun, Apr 7Somatic EMDR Tools for Addictions - Somatic EMDR Workshop in Boulder, Colorado - April 6, 2019 (Saturday) to April 7, 2019 (Sunday), 1-800-674-3637
This two-day EMDRIA approved Somatic EMDR Workshop -- taught by Barb Maiberger, MA, LPC and John Gray, MA, LPC, CACIII -- focuses on how to prepare clients who are struggling with addictions for successful EMDR therapy trauma reprocessing. Over the years, we have observed EMDR therapists feeling pressure to get fast results in working with addictions which can lead to more relapses. Part of the addiction process is to run away from feeling the body by escaping into the "high" from the addiction. This disconnect from the body can make trauma reprocessing difficult and too scary for the client. Slowing down the preparation phase is the key to developing the necessary skills for the clients to relate to their feelings and body sensations. Our unique somatic tools are designed to help clients learn to tolerate feelings and sensations, build confidence and skills, and feel safe enough to move forward with trauma reprocessing for successful EMDR therapy. - APA, NBCC, and EMDRIA credit hours available. - Visit our website or contact us to learn more. Learn More...

Thu, Apr 18 - Thu, Apr 18Holistically Assessing Mental Health Through the Lens of Yoga with Melaney Seacat, MA, C-IAYT, 500 /RYT, 7202442299
Join Melaney Seacat, certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT) and affiliate trainer with the Optimal State of LivingTM Yoga Therapy School. Join us at Le Peep's Restaurant, 2525 Arapahoe Avenue (next to McGuckin Hardware), 8:30-10 am, for her excellent & informative presentation on the "Optimal State of LivingTM", a new and complementary way to holistically assess ourselves and our clients' state of balance on physical, physiological and psychological levels. The Optimal State Assessment methodology synthesizes insights found in ancient yogic and Indian philosophy texts to offer modern techniques for recognizing when we are out of balance and self-regulating. Explore with Melaney how these tools support a more accurate assessments, optimized interventions and better clinical outcomes. Engage in simple experiential exercises for balancing body, breath and mind will be demonstrated. Cost is breakfast or $10 Learn More...

Fri, Apr 19 - Fri, Apr 19CAP Boulder Breakfast Talk - Freedom from Emotional Imprisonment, 7202442299
Join Carol O'Dowd in an exploration of the meaning of freedom. In these days of turmoil and anxiety, it is easy to imprison ourselves. Carol will share with us how freedom from anxiety and fear can be discovered in daily living. It is possible to find heaven in the midst of hell and to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary. Explore practices for finding peace in the midst of chaos. Learn techniques for transforming fear and frustration into healthy actions. Carol's will share from her book being planned for release this year. Walking Through Walls: A Mother's Quest to Free Her Son from an Indonesian Prison Carol O'Dowd, MPA, M.Div. is a certified Mindfulness Instructor and a Registered Psychotherapist with a private practice in Arvada. In addition to providing counseling at a halfway house in Denver, Carol spent five and a half months in 2015 offering counseling, teaching classes and opening up a Buddhist Temple inside a prison in Indonesia. Her background includes being ordained as a Buddhist priest by the Hongwanji-ha of Japan. She led services at the Longmont Buddhist Temple from 2003 - 2015. As an RP she has offered psychotherapy and taught mindfulness in the United States, Indonesia and Thailand since 2006. Join CAP (Colorado Association of Psychotherapists for this interactive talk at LePeep Restaurant, 2525 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder -- 8:00 am - 10:00 am Cost is breakfast or $10 to CAP Learn More...

Mon, Apr 22 - Mon, Apr 22EMDRIA Presents Jim Knipe PhD, 7205268102
Boulder County EMDRIA Regional Network presents Jim Knipe PhD Online registration at www.StacyRuseCounseling.com. BCERN page April 22, 2019 9 am to 11 am $25 Best Western Plus Boulder Inn Aspen Leaf Room 770 28th Street Boulder, CO 80303 Internal Healing Dialogue. A Method of Resolving Attachment to Perpetrator in an Adult Dissociative Client there will be session, video sample, transcript, questions and lots to learn! You will not want to miss this. Register now, this may fill up! Learn More...

Fri, Apr 26 - Sat, Apr 27Professional Workshop: Compassion-Focused Therapy in Practice; Russell Kolts, PhD, 303-225-2709
Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), while fitting within the contextual-behavioral therapies, also draws from other bodies of science such as evolution science, affective neuroscience, and attachment. This workshop will help clinicians develop competence in CFT and apply it with their clients. This 2-day workshop will be presented by Russell Kolts, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist and Professor of Psychology at Eastern Washington University where he has taught for the past 17 years. Dr. Kolts has pioneered the application of CFT to the treatment of problematic anger and regularly conducts trainings and workshops on compassion and CFT. He has authored three books on CFT, including "The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Managing Your Anger," "CFT Made Simple," and "Experiencing Compassion-Focused Therapy from the Inside Out." CE credits will be offered. in Boulder, CO; exact location TBD For more information, please visit bouldercbt.com, or email info@bouldercbt.com Learn More...

Sat, May 4 - Sun, May 5CONCENTRIC SEX THERAPY: A SOMATIC SEX THERAPY TRAINING FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS, 7203459144
with Melissa Walker, MA, LPC, R-DMT & Anna Mayer, MA, R-DMT Our clients step into our offices clogged with years of negative messages about their sexuality. When clients access the language of the body they learn to trust themselves and navigate the tangle of their eroticism with pleasure and responsibility in real-time. Concentric Sex Therapy is a confluence of sexology, somatic psychotherapy, and Dance Movement Therapy. This model activates the innate tendency towards growth and complexity supporting an embodied experience and expression of the sexual self. During this training you will learn the practice of Erotic Mindfulness, full-body arousal anatomy with a somatic approach to the human sexual response cycle, and embodied expression toward one's personal erotic potential and healthy relational sexuality. *This model does not include therapist touch. This weekend training provides an opportunity for professional growth in the following areas: -Learn the fundamentals of Concentric Sex Therapy and how this somatic sexology model supports work with individuals, couples, and groups; -Navigate the impact of the clients social-sexual ecology; -Understand how the somatic psychotherapy and Dance Movement -Therapy can support the therapeutic process and be a place for sexual transformation and resource; Learn the Human Sexual Response through a somatic lens; -Participants will explore personal as well as professional edges and challenges in regard to sexual behavior. Learn More...

Thu, Jun 20 - Thu, Jun 20Boulder Breakfast Talk: TREATMENT OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER -- Cassandra Katz, 7202442299
Join this Networking/Education Event at Le Peep's Restaurant, 2525 Arapahoe Avenue (next to McGuckin Hardware) from 8 -10 am, for this excellent & informative presentation. Bring business cards & flyers to this event hosted by CAP. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is the result of a sensitive and reactive temperament met with an invalidating environment during crucial periods of early childhood development. When this combination occurs, a client suffers from the belief that their thoughts and emotions are invalid and incorrect. That's why validation is a crucial component of treatment and a must to keep the client engaged and working for the long haul. Marsha Linehan, PhD, founder of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, says it's "impossible to overestimate the importance of validation" in recovery from BPD. Learn about the principles of validation and how to put them into action in this illuminating presentation. Cassandra Katz, LCSW CACIII, has distinguished herself as an expert in the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and addictions. She has a private practice in Boulder and has been a psychotherapist for over 20 years. She has treated hundreds of clients with this difficult combination of problems. You can reach her at dbtinboulder@gmail.com. to reserve your seat go to www.coloradopsychotherapists.com Learn More...

Sat, Jun 29 - Sun, Jun 30Somatic EMDR Toolsfor Complex PTSD - Somatic EMDR Workshop in Boulder, Colorado - June 29, 2019 (Saturday) to June 30, 2019 (Sunday), 1-800-674-3637
This Somatic EMDR Workshop --taught by Barb Maiberger, MA, LPC and Katie Asmus, MA, LPC, BMP-- is designed to help EMDR therapists understand the unique importance of EMDR readiness when working with Complex PTSD. Over the years, we have witnessed therapists struggling to resource their clients with "Safe Place" which is an essential skill for EMDR therapy. Clients who have experienced neglect, abandonment, abuse in their early stages of development may have a limited capacity to tolerate emotions and body sensations. Trying to apply the EMDR therapy trauma protocol with clients with Complex PTSD too soon can lead clients to dissociate, shut down treatment and never want to do EMDR therapy ever again. Slowing down the preparation phase and integrating creative multifaceted approaches is key to implementing EMDR therapy successfully with Complex PTSD. Somatic and other sensory resourcing tools are explored to help clients feel more in control allowing them to deepen their connection to the body while staying present in a safe way. When clients develop a better sense of control around their distress, treatment can proceed in a gentler way. - NBCC, APA, and EMDRIA Credit Hours Available - Visit our website or contact us to learn more. Learn More...

Thu, Jul 18 - Thu, Jul 18Boulder Network/Education Event: "Healing Old Wounds Interpersonally: Working with Transference, Countertransference, Enactments, and Corrective Experiences in Group Therapy" with Betty Cannon, PhD, and Robyn Chauvin, MA, LPC, 7202442299
Join Boulder CAP at Le Peep's Restaurant, 2525 Arapahoe Avenue (next to McGuckin Hardware), 8 -10 am, for an informative presentation. Bring business cards & flyers. Betty Cannon, PhD, and Robyn Chauvin, MA, LPC will be sharing how to work with Transference, Countertransference, Enactments, and Corrective Experiences in Group Therapy" Learn how working with transference, countertransference, enactments, and corrective experiences can help to create a milieu for radical change in group therapy. Deep level psychotherapy groups are effective for healing. Review examples and engage in experiential exercises to gain a taste of how group works. Reserve your space at www.coloradopsychotherapists.com Betty Cannon, PhD, a licensed psychologist with more than 40 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and groups in Boulder. She is the president of the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute (BPI), founder of Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) and author of 'Sartre and Psychoanalysis' She has authored numerous chapters and articles on existential therapy. She has led a group program in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology Master's Program at Naropa University. Robyn Chauvin, MA, LPC, ia senior trainer at BPI and taught at Naropa University. Experienced with individuals, couples, and groups in Boulder for more than 20 years. She is offering a 60-hour intensive experiential training in AEP Group Therapy at BPI starting September 1 Learn More...

AEP Group Training: Module III

Sat, Sep 14 - Sat, Apr 11 2020

Robyn Chauvin, BPI - 303 494 0393

Working with groups is both an art and a science

This workshop combines techniques drawn from Gestalt, existential, psychodynamic, body-oriented and systems approaches to group. Group members observe and experience groups and practice leading the group in a safe learning environment.

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