I am excited to be leading a one hour Neuroscultping Workshop at Lesley University's upcoming holistic healing conference, Holistic Healing: Theories, Practices & Social Change.
The conference will begin on Friday night, October 25, with keynote addresses, discussions, and activities, and will continue all day Saturday, October 26, with numerous workshops.
Holistic Healing: Theories, Practices, and Social Change, edited by Peter A. Dunn, PhD was published June 2019 by Canadian Scholars Press. This textbook includes chapters on indigenous holistic healing, traditional holistic practices from around the world, Western holistic counseling, contemplative practices, bodywork, energy medicine, expressive arts, transpersonal healing, ecopsychology, and includes a chapter on Lesley University's impact in transforming university education. Lesley University has been a leader in promoting holistic healing programs since the early 1970s when it began offering master’s degrees in Expressive Arts Therapy, and in Counseling Psychology with a holistic orientation. Today Lesley University offers a variety of degrees focused on holistic healing at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral levels.
I will let you know more details as they come, and I hope you can all make what is sure to be a fascinating weekend!