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Using the visual arts, storytelling, theater improvisations, and other arts modalities, we’ll focus on our own visions for the future. Then, using approaches drawn from life-coaching, we’ll develop action plans for making our dreams a reality. Not only will you focus on your strengths, gifts, and possibilities, but you’ll take away skills that can make profound shifts in the way you practice your healing craft. Throughout the day, we’ll emphasize the cultivation of curiosity, the power of deep listening, and the deep nurturance that occurs when we experience moments of shared revelation.
Leslie Cotter, M.D., a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, has extensive experience working creatively with groups. She’s an executive coach for business and nonprofit leaders and group facilitator. She also leads travel/learning programs with her husband, poet David Whyte.