Changing Minds: The Therapeutic Process – The Neuroscience of Narrative; Metaphor and Metamorphosis

Margaret Wilkinson  November 7  Seattle  WA  

Metaphor and narrative are significant in therapy as transformation often
announces itself through metaphor. We will explore the neurological brain processes involved in the making of narrative and metaphor, and how they can be distorted by trauma. We will also explore how therapy brings about transformation by engaging the emotions underlying patient’s stories. Held at St Mark’s Cathedral.

CE: yes - Certificate of Completion  Jungian Psychotherapists Association  $100/$115 after10/15, JPA member $60/$75, student $50/$75, lunch included  (206) 784-9977  Web:  Email:  

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