The Physiology of Change: How Shifting Dynamics of Growth, Emotion, and Intention Shape Our Development
July 13 @ 9:00 am - July 17 @ 10:30 am$175
This is an online summer enrichment for Waldorf teachers, doctors, nurses, counselors, therapists, and others working therapeutically with children and adults. We will look at the major biographical thresholds of childhood and see how they relate to an anthroposophic understanding of the human being, as well as adult paths of self-development. The course will consist of five keynote presentations given by Dr. Blanning, plus two additional discussion sessions to look how we can find archetypal images for these changes in fairy tales and other traditional stories (with longtime Waldorf teacher and mentor, Nancy Blanning). We may add more parallel discussion groups and topics for the Wednesday and Thursday, depending on the number of participants.
A background in Waldorf education or anthroposophic principles will be helpful, but is not required.
Sessions will be recorded so that you can watch them on your own schedule if you are unable to participate in the live presentations (but we encourage you to join, if you can).
Schedule: Monday-Friday, July 13th-17th, 2020, 9-10:30am MST (start time 11am EST/10 CST/8am PST). Discussion sessions with possible breakout groups (to be guided by group size) will be offered from 10:45am-12:00pm MST Wednesday July 15th and Thursday July 16th (start time 12:45 EST/11:45 CST/9:45 PST)
Registration closes at 5pm MST on Friday, July 10th, 2020.
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You should get an email confirmation right after you complete your registration. We will email specifics about login information for the workshop closer to the event.