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Heart and Soul of Psychotherapy: Transpersonal Drama Therapy and Psychodrama with Author Saphira Linden

February  24, 2014
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Expressive Arts Therapy   

 

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Heart and Soul of Psychotherapy: Transpersonal Drama Therapy and Psychodrama with Author Saphira Linden

Saphira Linden is the editor of the new book THE HEART AND SOUL OF PSYCHOTHERAPY: A TRANSPERSONAL APPROACH THROUGH THEATER ARTS­­­­ (Drama Therapy, Psychodrama and Transformational Theater). She will be joined by contributing authors Shoshana Simons, PhD, RDT and Bobbi Ausubel, MFA, RDT. They will present the 12 principles of their transpersonal approach and how they have applied them in their work. The session will include arts supported lecture and an experiential exercise to demonstrate this approach to using theater and the arts in the service of healing. This book event will be creative, uplifting, entertaining and meaningful to anyone interested in using theater and all of the arts in therapy and education.

Drinks and refreshments will be served.

RSVP jfung@ciis.edu

Namaste Hall, CIIS
1453 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103

 
 

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