Mapping Body, Energy and Consciousness through Aging, Dying and Grief
This course will not include CEs. Our upcoming recorded live events will be available here free for members and non-members who register for them, as is the case here. Members and event registrants can use their discount code to watch this event free.
- Review Body Psychotherapy history around aging and dying (Freud, Reich, Lowen and Keleman).
- Assess attendee's own attitudes toward death and aging, and where they came from.
- Learn a map of body, energy and consciousness through the lifespan that includes aging and dying as natural, normal and appropriate.
- Identify several basic movement patterns in the life force.
- Learn at least three ways to help clients move through anxiety and back into the flow of life.
Jeanne Denney is a transpersonal and somatic psychotherapist, educator, hospice worker, healer, and author of The Effects of Compassionate Presence on the Dying. Se is the founding director of SoULL (The School of Unusual Life Learning), and works in many venues to help people fearlessly embrace a life which includes aging and dying.
Jeanne has spent years at bedsides and as a mother, has contributed pioneering ideas to somatic psychology, death and grief work, and been deeply involved with creating the Art of Dying projects in New York City. Her insights on energy and the body through aging, illness, and dying are derived from a wide lens of human experience and deep understanding of our mortal journey.