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I only recently joined the AHP and look forward to building a broader inter-disciplinary perspective about how to live an abundant life from my membership. I’m not a psychologist; rather, I am a management professor and consultant. I am also a student and scholar of the work of the late philosopher Robert S. Hartman [1910-1973]. It seems that, in the ‘60s, when the ideas of humanistic psychology were first being formed, there was a greater openness to inter-disciplinary thought than I find to be the case today, at least in academia. This has led me to look for intersections of
February 28, 29, 2020 (Fri/Sat) 8:30am to 4:30pm Sponsored by the Satir Institute of the Pacific Virginia Satir often used sculpting in her work to externalize the internal dynamics of what was happening both within and between individuals. Sculpting is a vehicle for change as it taps into the wisdom of the body to access possibilities that are out of an individual’s awareness. Memories are stored at a cellular level in the body. Sculpting is one way of accessing cellular memory and the subconscious knowledge that would otherwise be unavailable to them. In this experiential workshop, we will explore a