Duane T. Bowers, is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and a Reiki Master in private practice.
His work includes working with individuals and groups. He teaches workshops, seminars, and courses nationally and internationally, and through a variety of media.
Duane Bowers ranks among the very few professionals globally who specialize in working with and providing support for families of missing children and missing adults.
I’m honored again to facilitate the day-long grief retreat for donor family members.
I’m again facilitating several of the workshops for the Active Volunteer Training being held in Dallas TX.
I am once again honored to have been asked to be a guest lecturer for the Assessment course this semester at GWU.
I’ve been asked to again lecture to this graduate class about traumatic loss, and interventions used in the field as opposed to the office.
I look forward once again to this opportunity to assist in the training of mental health practitioners from around the country who can be called upon to help support the work with families of missing and exploited children.
NCMEC is hosting this summit to provide a Law Enforcement Guide to long term case investigation and program management. I will be facilitating a committee of family members, victims, mental health professions and others who provide direct support to develop their perspective to be included in the guide.
I have the opportunity to assist in the presentation of training of new volunteers; family members of missing and exploited children who will provide telephone support to other family members of missing and exploited children.
Nebraska Coalition for Victims of Crime, Crime Victims’ Rights Conference – April 29, 2014
Due to the weather last year I got stranded in Chicago and could not get to Omaha to do my presentation on Working with Survivors of Homicide. They have been good enough to ask me again this year.
In a new location, I’m pleased to once again be the facilitator of this retreat for families of missing persons.
Since 2002, I have been teaching seminars for Professional Educational Seminars Inc. (PESI) and its subsidiary, CMI Education. The current class is presented to mental health and other professionals who work with and/or support persons who have experienced a trauma or traumatic loss. This seminar is offered one week per month in different parts of the U.S. Please check the CMI Education web-site for the current schedule.