$350 Fee; discount for GLEN members

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Growing Awareness of Fields & the Neuropsychology of Change

A four-day virtual workshop

Nov 29 - Dec 2, 2022

from 8:30am-1:30pm PT.

Mary Gelinas, Ed.D., David Sibbet, and Alan Briskin, Ph.D. have been working together for several years on neuropsychology and change. This workshop integrates new thinking from Mary's work with Alan Briskin on fields and David's emerging insights about the power of visual thinking in a co-creative context. Our last offering of this workshop was outstanding and we decided to make it available again.

In the workshop participants can expect the following:

  • Exploration of how our attention shapes energetic and social fields
  • Understanding of the nature of fields and distinctions between different types
  • Learning about levels of awareness and practices for personal and group development
  • Appreciating visually and intellectually how generic neuropsychological systems work to both block and amplify perception
  • Appreciate the role of biases
  • Participate in embodied practices focusing on different levels of awareness.

Registration will give you access to the full program and links. The page showing your full program will be in a Library on the Global Learning & Exchange Network (GLEN) website, accessible with your email and password. The Library is reachable from the user icon in the upper right of your GLEN screen.

Open to Non-GLEN Members. The GLEN is offering this workshop to the general public, with donations going to support development of these and other programs. Conributing GLEN Members will receive a 50% discount upon entering a coupon code.