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In this time of great challenges for the planet, many clinicians yearn to expand the scope of their therapeutic work, but don't know how to get started. Using the concept of Social Artistry, we'll focus on how to apply the unique skills therapists possess to help bring about personal and social transformation in the wider world. You'll learn specific leadership and facilitation skills for work with larger systems, organizations, communities, and social institutions like churches and schools. Beyond that, you'll become part of a worldwide teaching/learning community that will expose you to a new level of consciousness and to projects and role models around the world to help you envision how to make a broader contribution.
Jean Houston, Ph.D., has devoted 40 years to plumbing the depths of human potential and social artistry. She's the author of 26 books, including the groundbreaking The Possible Human and Jump Time: Shaping Your Future in a World of Radical Change.
Session 1: Introduction to the field of Social Artistry
Session 2: Skills of the Social Artist, Part 1- sensory, psychological, mythic, symbolic and integral
Session 3: Skills of the Social Artist, Part 2
Session 4: The therapist as Crosscultural Facilitator
Session 5: The use of myth and symbols
Session 6: Practical applications with cultures, organizations, churches and schools
1. Gain an in-depth understanding of core Social Artistry principles and their application to varied settings
2. Adapt Social Artistry training to culture-specific frameworks.
3. Create environments for accelerated learning and to work with multiple learning modalities.
4. Create, gather, and sustain teaching/learning communities.
5. Develop the skills of compassionate listening.
6. Develop powerful, effective facilitation skills.
7. Learn processes for leading groups from vision to action.
8. Develop speaking skills and natural presence with a group.