Closing Ceremony: Embodied Meditation: A Prayer for Our Times

Susan Aposhyan, MA, LPC

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Susan Aposhyan, MA, LPC

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Susan Aposhyan graduated from the University of Virginia, Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, in psychology and dance. She did graduate level work in psychology, biomechanics, and dance therapy at the University of Virginia, Boston University, and New York University. Simultaneously, she was involved in post-modern dance forms, both teaching and performing, as well as yoga, meditation, and various forms of bodywork.

It was the study of Body-Mind Centering, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen which allowed her to bring her interests of body and mind together into a cohesive whole. Body-Mind Centering is an experiential approach to anatomy, physiology, and early motor development.Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen has authored Sensing, Feeling, and Action. Susan is a certified practitioner and teacher of Body-Mind Centering. Body-Mind Centering clearly forms the basis of Body-Mind Psychotherapy. Susan wrote the forward to Bonnie’s book, Sensing, Feeling, and Action.

After completing her training in Body-Mind Centering in 1982, Susan began developing Body-Mind Psychotherapy through both clinical work and teaching. Susan has worked with a wide range of clinical populations both in hospitals and agencies, as well as private practice. These populations and clinical issues include psychosis, autism, character disorders, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders, addictions, trauma, depression, anxiety. Beyond mental health concerns, Susan has assisted many individuals in their personal and spiritual development, as well as career and organizational growth issues.

Susan began teaching at the Naropa University in 1980. In 1990, she began directing the Body Psychotherapy Masters program at its inception. This was one of the first graduate programs in Somatic Psychology or Body Psychotherapy. She was the director of this program from 1990 until 2000. In 1999, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins published her first book, Natural Intelligence: Body-Mind Integration and Human Development.

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