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"We’re living in a time of the most far-reaching and rapid change in human history,” says Jean Houston. “What we do with our lives makes the difference as to whether, as a species, as a planet even, we grow or die.” Explore with her how, as therapists, we can contribute to meeting the collective challenge of creating a culture of enhanced awareness and human possibility in a highly complex world.
Jean Houston, Ph.D., philosopher, researcher, activist, and bestselling author, is one of the foremost visionaries of our time, and a charismatic teacher. As an advisor to the United Nations, she’s trained leaders in developing countries around the world in the new field of “social artistry”--the art of enhancing human capacities in the light of social complexity. Her many books include A Passion for the Possible, A Mythic Life: Learning to Live Our Greater Story, and Manual for the Peacemaker.
1. Explain the impact of social complexity on relationships
2. List 3 ways to heighten our experience of connectedness
3. Discuss ways therapists can help clients develop social artistry