Celebrating 10 Years

We’re entering into our 10th year of Interchange and we’re sharing the celebration with you!

We have so much good stuff in store for this upcoming year that we’re excited to share with you; including discounts for early registration to our 2012-2013 training, a new workshop series that’s open to the public, and a package deal that combines the two!  Read below for more…

As we head toward this year’s training, we’re putting on a series of evening and daylong workshops that are open to everyone. Topics include, “Tripping without Drugs”, “Healing Body Shame”, “Couples Counseling 101“, “Ending Jealousy Permanently” (which we’re bringing back by popular demand), and more.  We’re committed to offering inspirational, empowering, and affordable workshops to the public and we’ve been overwhelmed by the enthusiasm that the series has been met with so far. We’re excited to bring more of them to you!

Want to attend all of these workshops for free? We’re offering over 40 hours of hands-on, interactive learning at seven workshops for those who enroll early in Interchange’s 2012-2013 training.  Get a head start on your counseling/coaching career, and continue moving forward on your path of personal growth in a community of amazing people by signing up early.  Contact us at 800-305-6090 or write to admissions@interchangecounseling.com to find out more.

Click on the titles below for more information on each workshop.

Our schedules are packed, and we’re excited to share, learn, and continue growing with you!  Thank you for all of your love and support over the last decade.  May we each continue to make a difference for all of the people we touch throughout 2012 and beyond!



About the Author

Steve Bearman, Ph.D., earned his doctorate in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He founded Interchange Counseling Institute in 2002 and is the lead teacher of Interchange's San Francisco-based year-long counseling and coaching training. When he's not counseling people, leading workshops, and advocating for social justice, Steve climbs mountains, adventures in the urban wilderness, explores the edges and limits of what's possible, deconstructs everything, and finds new ways to put it all back together.