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I am excited to announce that Meridian University is offering a new concentration in Person-Centered Expressive Arts. This is a continuation of our PCEA Certificate program with details below. This residential program will take place at the world class Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey Peninsula, CA. “A Refuge by the Sea.”

Certificate Program starting August 13-19, 2015

The Person-Centered Expressive Arts Certificate Program

dancing expressive arts

A unique 18 Unit graduate certificate program for 2015-2017 combining
experiential learning, theory and practice in the person-centered
philosophy of Carl Rogers and the expressive arts.

Expressive Arts for Healing and Social Change: A Person-Centered Approach

Faculty: Natalie Rogers and Sue Ann Herron

Participants come from around the globe wishing to use the expressive arts in
counseling, teaching, mediation, social action and group facilitation, and/or to
awaken personal growth and creativity

Starting August 13-19, 2015. Click here to read more!

The Creative Connection for Groups

The Creative Connection for Groups: Person-Centered Expressive Arts for Healing and Social Change

This book will be especially useful to:
• Expressive arts facilitators
• Person-centered group facilitators
• Health, healing and medical professionals
• Organizational consultants
• Educators, Social Workers, Group psychotherapists
• Workshop leaders
• Personal coaches
Read more click here

Order NOW: www.sbbks.com or call 800 547 9982

The Creative Connection for Groups book cover

“Natalie’s book represents the transformation of Carl Rogers’s Client-Centered Therapy into a more subtle experiential psychology of spiritual realization. The evolution of the individual is now extended to the evolution of groups, the goal of which is nothing less than world peace through the actualization
of our humanity. Natalie’s work has found a secure place in the history of humanistic psychology.”

Eugene Taylor, Ph.D.
Professor in the College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies,
Saybrook University
The Mystery of Personality: A History of Psychodynamic Theories



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