Lecture

ONLINE: Creative Ways of Coping During Crisis

Sept 11 (F) 10am-11am $30 (Pre-registration required.) Presented virtually via Zoom
This class will review varying creative means of self-care and expression through the visual arts from a spiritual and psychological perspective.  The current experiences of crisis (re: the pandemics of COVID-19 and racism) raise the importance of reconsidering how we take care of ourselves. 

Some of our tried and true self-care activities have been restricted due to the times we are living in and this course looks to the arts, art therapy, and the intersection of art, spirituality, and psychology as a way of fostering new ideas.

Dr. Awa Jangha

ONLINE: Fear Frenzy: An Integrative Approach to the Impact of Fear on our Health and Wellness and a Discussion of "Internal PPE"

July 15 (W) 4-5:30pm $35 (Pre-registration required) Presented Virtually via Zoom
During this time of pandemic, there are great shifts and transitions as well as new and uncovered sources of fear and stress. Whether these fears are rooted in health concerns or financial stability, chronic fear ( putting us in fight, flight or freeze ) does not serve our bodies, minds, souls, communities or world.

A review of the science and practical tools for leveraging our physiology and shifting from having life situations happen to us to having them happen for us. This program will also offer time for an experiential as well as participant sharing.

Dr. Julie Reardon

ONLINE: From Conflict to Collaboration

Aug 7 (F) 12-1:30pm $30 (Pre-registration required.) Presented virtually via Zoom
In this course we will explore the polarities of the personality and how they impact our professional and personal relationships.

Conflict or collaboration is a choice and it becomes easier to choose collaboration when people understand each other, their needs, and the purpose of their differences.

Conflict can occur when we become subject to an illusion of power. The illusion is usually that one pole of a polarity is better than the other:
  • One is right, the other wrong
  • One is good, the other bad
  • One is strong, the other weak

Once we understand the true purpose of a polarity, collaboration becomes inevitable. Carl Jung's polarities of the personality can provide us with valuable insight on the causes of conflict and how to transform conflict into collaboration.

This webinar will be a fun and interactive session where you will learn about:
  • Typical conflicts between the types
  • Purpose of each polarity in the personality
  • Mindset needed for collaboration
  • Fruits of successful collaboration

John van der Steur

ONLINE: Immune Support through the Covid Season

Aug 5 (W) 12-1pm $30 (Pre-registration required.) Presented virtually via Zoom
A primary treatment strategy in Asian medicine is to treat the season you are in while preparing for the next. This presentation on “Immune Support through the Covid Season” is designed to do just that. 

Contained within centuries of experience asian medicine has insights on the nature of pathogenic influences and also, numerous self care techniques to assist in bolstering the the immune system through this season and the next. Prevention can become part of a lifestyle routine that can be both practical and pleasurable.

Lauren Nicita LAC.,LMST.,RYT.

ONLINE: Practical Tools for Creating Meaningful Change In Your Life

July 24 (F) 12-1:30pm $30 (Pre-registration required) Presented Virtually on Zoom
Walking through change during these difficult times can be scary. I invite you to join me as we explore together various tools that will enable you to shed new light on your path. 

In combination the tips and tools provided will help you move away from fear, rediscover your creative spark, find your direction, and journey into meaningful action.

Clay Boykin

ONLINE: Reclaiming Creativity—Your Spark of the Sacred

Sept 11 (F) 12-1:30pm $35 (Pre-registration required.) Presented virtually via Zoom
“I’m not creative.” “I have two left feet.” “I can’t carry a tune in a paper bag.” “I can’t draw a straight line.”

If you’ve said any of these things about yourself, you’re invited to rethink your conclusions. All of us are creative beings and feel more joy, peace and contentment when we reconnect with this part of our being. 

Bring your voice, a pencil, some crayons or markers and some paper for this experiential workshop that will nudge all of us to reclaim the creativity we’ve misplaced, not developed or just haven’t made time for. No experience (except life) needed.

Beverly Voss, LCSW