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For those seeking inner healing, we're living in extraordinary times.
Recently, unprecedented breakthroughs are emerging from the collaborations between Western psychotherapy and revered spiritual traditions.
What does this mean for psychotherapists and their clients on the one hand… and for spiritual seekers on the other?
As the benefits of ancient healing practices become confirmed by research, modern psychotherapists are adding these "spiritual technologies" to their clinical practices.
And as open-minded spiritual teachers absorb the findings of modern psychology, their traditions are also evolving.
Most exciting of all: this epic shift has only just begun.
With The Psychotherapy and Spirituality Summit, we invite both professionals and curious nonprofessionals alike to explore the terrain of this uniquely optimistic era.
Presenters and Session Topics:
Jack Kornfield, PhD, meditation teacher and author
Buddhist Psychology: The Essence
Diane Poole Heller, PhD, creator of DARe: Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning experience
A Spiritual and Psychological Approach to Healing the Wounds That Shatter: The Hidden Gift in Trauma
A.H. Almaas, founder of the Ridhwan School and the Diamond Approach®
The Inseparable Union Between Psychology and Spirituality
Ken Wilber, author, philosopher, and a groundbreaking visionary of Integral Theory
Three Selves on the Journey to Growing Up and Waking Up
Lama Palden Drolma, psychotherapist and Vajrayana Buddhist lama
Actualizing True Nature: Union of Awareness-Emptiness and Our Human Condition
Robert Augustus Masters, PhD, integral psychotherapist and author
The Heart of Psychospiritual Work
Trudy Goodman, PhD, author and vipassana teacher in the Theravada lineage
Why Meditation and Psychotherapy Need Each Other
Ron Siegel, PsyD, clinical psychologist and author
Psychotherapy Without a Self: Mindfulness as a Path to Wisdom and Compassion
Mariana Caplan, PhD, psychotherapist, yoga teacher, and author
Yoga and Psyche: Integrating the Paths of Yoga and Psychology for Healing, Transformation, and Joy
Peter Fenner, PhD, author and thought leader of modern nondual psychology
The Ultimate Medicine: Nondual Psychotherapy
DaRa Williams, trainer, meditation teacher, and wellness coach
Fearless Compassion and the Healing of Intergenerational Trauma
Richard C. Miller, PhD, psychotherapist, yoga teacher, and author
The Ultimate Cure: The Skillful Use of Opposites in Healing Core Wounds Amidst Spiritual Awakening
Sandra Maitri, teacher of the Diamond Approach
What the Enneagram Can and Can’t Do for You
Ashley Turner, depth psychotherapist, yoga and meditation instructor
Foundations of Yoga Psychology
Bill Plotkin, PhD, depth psychologist, ecopsychologist, and agent of cultural evolution
Soulcraft, Psychotherapy, and Transcendence: Confessions of a Spiritual Heretic
James Hollis, PhD, Jungian analyst and author
What Is a Mature Spirituality?
Stanislav Grof, MD, transpersonal psychiatrist, author, and teacher
Spiritual Emergency: Understanding and Treatment of Transpersonal Crises
Pat Ogden, PhD, clinician, international lecturer, and author
Being Present: Philosophical and Spiritual Principles to Guide Practice
Thomas Moore, PhD, author and international lecturer
Psychotherapy as Care of the Soul
Richard C. Schwartz, PhD, author and creator of Internal Family Systems
An Exploration of Internal Family Systems for Psychotherapists
John Welwood, PhD, psychotherapist, teacher, and author
Psychotherapy in a Spiritual Context
Pilar Jennings, PhD, psychoanalyst and author
Relating to Otherness: Within and Beyond
Bo Forbes, PsyD, clinical psychologist and innovator in mind-body medicine
Getting Under Our Own Skin: Embodiment, Emotional Resilience, and Collective Well-Being
John J. Prendergast, PhD, psychotherapist, spiritual teacher, and author
The Great Intimacy: Stepping Back from and Stepping Through Our Experience
Dorothy S. Hunt, author, poet, and spiritual teacher
The Play of Presence and Personhood
Susan M. Pollak, EdD, psychologist, international teacher, and author
Equanimity: A Practice for Turbulent Times
Loch Kelly, psychotherapist and author
Effortless Heart Mindfulness: Discovering the Ultimate Medicine That’s Already Here
Bruce Tift, relationship therapist, Buddhist practitioner, and author
Beyond Sanity: Deconstructing the Drama of Identity and Self-Absorption
Gabor Maté, MD, speaker and author of In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts
Science, Séance, and Psychedelics: Plant Medicines and Mind-Altering Substances in Psychotherapy and Spiritual Work
Judith Blackstone, PhD, psychotherapist and nondual teacher
The Realization Process®: An Embodied, Nondual Approach to Healing from Trauma
What You Will Receive:
- Complete online sessions and downloadable recordings: more than 30 hours of practical guidance and breakthrough insights
- Downloadable presentation materials, full transcripts of each session, and PDF supplements
Lifetime access to The Psychotherapy and Spirituality Summit
Plus, Enjoy These Free Bonus Gifts:
Shift into Freedom
Synthesizing insights from neuroscience and psychology with wisdom from the world’s contemplative traditions, this book by Loch Kelly offers an accessible and remarkably powerful series of meditations that lead us to a little-known natural capacity called “awake awareness.”
Therapist and Buddhist practitioner Bruce Tift explores how psychotherapy’s “developmental” approach of understanding the way our childhood experiences shape our adult selves both challenges and supports the “fruitional” approach of Buddhism, which tells us that the freedom we seek is always available.
From luminary teacher Dr. Judith Blackstone, this life-saving book shows how our spiritual gifts become entryways into both the depths of human connection and our innermost selves.
The Roots of Buddhist Psychology
Full Audio Program Download
In an intimate series of audio learning sessions, renowned teacher and clinical psychologist Dr. Jack Kornfield presents more than eight hours of Buddhism’s most valuable insights into the interior life and the path to true happiness.
Additional attendee gifts from the presenters, including expanded teachings, articles, and guides.
FAQ: Who Is This Course For?
Professionals including but not limited to psychologists, psychoanalysts, counselors, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists, chemical dependency counselors, nurses, occupational therapists, teachers, and other educators. Or anyone interested in these exciting new frontiers of human transformation.