HI: Hawaii Center for Attitudinal Healing
Hawaii Center for Attitudinal Healing
For more information, visit www.ahhawaii.org
To view the Hawai'i Forgiveness Day video album, please click here.
The Hawai’i Center for Attitudinal Healing was incorporated in 2001 as a non-profit organization to replicate the award-winning Attitudinal Healing Community Wellness Program in Hawai’i. Through an extensive program of peer-support groups, home and hospital visiting services, and education, developed over twenty-eight years, this program builds a community of support around individuals and families challenged by serious illness and other highly stressful situations.
The Hawai'i Center offers education and support programs in schools, hospitals, medical centers, prisons, state and county government agencies, and various other institutions on Oahu, Hawaii and KauaiIn locations on Oahu and neighbor islands. The Center provides a safe place where trained facilitators support individuals to explore new ways of viewing life’s challenges in a confidential and caring environment. In the groups, participants learn to support each other and to find peace of mind even in the most difficult circumstances.
Hawaii CAH June, 2011 Board and Planning luncheon in Honolulu, Hawaii
Oahu/Kauai CAH facilitators celebrate Hawaiian style — 2004
1. Intro to Attitudinal Healing (one day)
Overview of Attitudinal Healing History and Core Concepts. This is the Pre-requisite for all other training.
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
2. Peer Support Training (one day)
Provides tools to improve the quality of emotional and spiritual support given in any situation or relationship.
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00
Pre-requisite: Intro to AH
3. Group Facilitation (two days)
Comprehensive training and practice in the Attitudinal Healing peer support approach. For those interested in learning to facilitate Attitudinal Healing peer support groups for adults. Training is followed by a 3-month apprenticeship.
Dates: (Saturday and Sunday)
Time: 9am to 5pm
Pre-requisites: Intro to AH, Peer Support
AH Honolulu Support Group
1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month, 6:30-8:00pm
Harris United Methodist Church
20 S. Vineyard Blvd.
Honolulu, HI 96813
Please contact Vicky prior to attending, [email protected] or 808-265-4873
AH Windward Support Group
2nd and 4th Monday of the month, 7:00-8:30pm
1200 Kailua Rd.
Kailua, HI 96734
Please contact Tracey prior to attending, [email protected] or 808-381-0408
Person to Person
Monday 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Kapaa and Kalaheo
Monday 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Care Givers Group
Thursday 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Regency at Hualalai in Kona
10:00am to 12:00pm
Church of the Holy Apostles - Community Building
1407 Kapiolani St, Hilo, HI 96720
Facilitator - Maria Jampolsky
Contact: [email protected] or (917) 751-2548
In 2005 the Hawaii center for Attitudinal Healing is one of the recipients of the Jampolsky Awards for the Forgiveness Project and their work with indigenous people at risk.
Trish Ellis, Director of both the Hawaii CAH (all Islands) and the International Network of Attitudinal Healing Centers, accepts the formal Proclamation from Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa as part of The Cities of Forgiveness Project begun by JOF in 2004. He officially declared Maui County (including Maui, Lanai, and Molokai) “a county that embraces the concepts of forgiveness and reconciliation as important community values.”
Steve Backman receives a lei from Dr. Diane Cirincione. Backman was recognized as a Forgiveness Hero during the Hawai’i International Forgiveness Day events at Central Union Church on August 1, 2004.
AHI Radio is a series of audio recordings featuring Jerry Jampolsky, M.D. and Diane Cirincione, Ph.D. They engage in informal discussion covering a range of diverse concepts and practical applications of Attitudinal Healing that can, literally, change your life. Click here to listen to more podcasts.
Hawaii Forgiveness Project, a not-for-profit community organization, celebrating forgiveness in daily life.
Monthly Meeting: December 14, 2012
We support forgiveness in all its religious, artistic, personal, judicial, educational, social and political expressions.
We are delighted this month to introduce in more depth Family Constellation, with Mariko Schmidtauer, who has remarkably returned to Hawaii in October, just as we were discovering the brilliance of Family Constellations and is a long-time experienced facilitator of this therapeutic work.
Family Constellations combine Jungian psychology, Zulu ancestral wisdom, and Virginia Satir's psychodrama work, to give one deeper insight into personal and family issues. Mariko will explain this work to us, and will set up a few spotlight experiences; so we can get a sense of the energy and depth of this work, and how it can help our personal forgiveness issues.
Because this work has many similarities to the Hawaiian spiritual concepts of ancestral energy, Kahuna Bruce Keaulani has asked us to hold the meeting at his Hale Mua Dojo in Manoa Valley. We are hoping that his insight and that of other attendees involved in counseling and psychic work will give us all valuable and new understandings from such an integrative approach.
We hope many of you will make this unique and fascinating meeting. But if you can't, we wish you a wonderful holiday season, terrific B'Earth Day experience immediately after the ending date of the Mayan calendar on December 21, and personal consciousness raising growth in 2013.