Matrix Comprehensive Training

Matrix Comprehensive Training

This training is structured to include three, 4-day phases and an additional 5-day phase. The first three phases of the training are designed to simulate the three stages of relational, group and personal development that occur in any context. Read more...

Phase I, May 3-6;
Phase II, June 7-10;
Phase III, August 2-5;
Phase IV, September 5-9

Trainers: Amina Knowlan, Jody Gold and Lauren Golten

Location: Boulder, CO

Tuition:
$2675 for registration by Tuesday, April 3.
$2800 for registration after Tuesday, April 3.
We offer Group discounts and payment plans are available upon request.

Deposit:
A $450 deposit is required to reserve a place for this training.
For cancellations made by Tuesday, April 3, the deposit minus a $50 processing fee is refundable. For cancellations made after Tuesday, April 3 the deposit is non-refundable. Fifty percent may be applied to a future Matrix program occurring with 1 year of the originally scheduled event.

Contact us

We look forward to your participation, so please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Matrix Leadership - 303-997-6176


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Impact

MLI was an incredible experience that helped me grow tremendously personally and professionally. As a clinical psychologist, I had studied group process before. However, this was the experience that most helped me understand myself in new ways. The training was not easy nor simple but was one of the most important experiences in my life. Thank you for your caring, your expertise, and your loving leadership.
— Sue L., Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
Evanston, IL