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SDCRID Mission Statement


San Diego County RID is a non-profit organization committed to professional development, networking and fundraising efforts for professional interpreters, students of interpreting, and supporters of the interpreting community. 

Upcoming Events


Principles of Clarity Workshop

with Karen Dobkins, PhD

October 14, 2017 (8 am – 5 pm)

0.8 GS CEUs Approved! 

All levels are welcome! ASL Interpreters will be provided

Location:UCSD Price Center West, Marshall rm


Regular registration $80.00

Non-member $90.00


Principles of Clarity (POC) is a 1-day workshop that focuses on improving your relationship with yourself and others, and is based on principles from Mindfulness, Positive Psychology and Cognitive Therapy (as well as Buddhism and Neuroscience). The focus is on how to live a life where our actions are aligned with our core values, get straight to the heart of a matter, identify the issues, discriminate between real threats vs. the “stories” we tell ourselves, move away from “shoulds”, take responsibility for our choices, not go into “victim mentality”, communicate needs effectively, bring love, mindfulness and compassion to all situations, and live wholeheartedly, without apology.

The interactive and playful workshop starts out with a lecture on Mindfulness and Mental Well-being, followed by sections covering different topics about your relationship with yourself and others. Each section starts with the instructor giving a short lecture on the topic, followed by group discussion and exercises. The exercises include private reflection/writing, round table discussion, didactic one-on-one communication with the instructor, and pairing up to practice. By sharing the “stories” we have created for ourselves and others, the goal of the workshop is to challenge/debunk/defuse the limiting thought patterns that do not serve us.


POC Workshop Topics Include:

How do you Talk/Think about Yourself?

Accepting All of You: the Good, Bad and the Ugly

Manifesting What you Want, while Tackling Worry, Doubt and Fear

Practicing Emotional Resilience and Mindfulness

How do you Talk/Think about Others?

Working it Out with Others


Please see our website for details on costs, deadlines for registration, and refund policy  additional questions, email us PDC@sdcrid.org





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PO Box 711856

San Diego, CA 92171


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Workshop Registration

Upcoming events

11 Nov 2017 9:00 AM • Palomar College, 1140 W. Mission Road, Sa Marcos, CA 92069
12 Nov 2017 9:00 AM • Palomar College, 1140 W. Mission Road, Sa Marcos, CA 92069
12 Jan 2018 6:00 PM • Deaf Community Services
16 Mar 2018 6:00 PM • Deaf Community Services

 

SDCRID Community Grant Application: 2016-2017 Camp

 

SDCRID is committed to giving back to our community. The Board of Directors have established a grant to be awarded yearly to a community member or organization that supports the Deaf and/or interpreting communities in San Diego County for a Deaf or Child of a Deaf Adult (CODA) to be used towards Camp registration fees.

 

Applications for the 2016-2017 Grant are due by February 28, 2017 and will be chosen at the March 10, 2017 Board and Chairs Meeting. Recipients will be announced at our General Membership Meeting on March 11, 2017 and contacted following the meeting.

 

Please submit your application along with a cover letter explaining who you are and how this award would help you. Applications can be mailed c/o SDCRID, PO Box 711856, San Diego, CA 92171 or emailed to board@sdcrid.org. Our current amount to be award for this year will be $732.80 and may be awarded to one or multiple applicants. 

 

To apply, click here: Grant Application.pdf 

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