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We invite you to
Dialogue with the Body in Clinical Practice

4th Critical Multicultural Counselling and Psychotherapy Conference
June 4-5, 2007

Speaker's Bio's

Short biographies of the presenters are available for viewing here (Word). Some keynote presenters are listed below.

Dr. Marion Woodman: LLD, DHL, PhD (Hon), is a Jungian Analyst, teacher and author of The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter; Addiction to Perfection; The Pregnant Virgin; The Ravaged Bridegroom; Leaving My Father’s House; Conscious Femininity; Dancing in the Flames (with Elinor Dickson); Coming Home to Myself (with Jill Mellick); The Maiden King (with Robert Bly); and Bone—Dying Into Life. A visionary in her own right, Marion Woodman has worked with the analytical psychology of C.G. Jung in an original and creative way. She is the Chair of the Marion Woodman Foundation. Learn more at www.mwoodman.org.

Dr. Colin Feltham: A Reader in Counselling at Sheffield Hallam University, UK and former co-editor of the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.

Read Dr. Feltham's keynote abstract (pdf). See his list of publications.

Dr. Glen McCabe: Dr. McCabe is Aboriginal (Metis) and teaches pre-service counsellors in the Guidance and Counselling Program in the Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba. Dr. McCabe is engaged at the local, regional, national and international levels in his research, presentations and program development. His research and writing on Aboriginal traditional healing is internationally recognized through Honorable Mention in the American Psychological Association’s Jeffrey S. Tanaka Memorial Award and recent publication in Psychotherapy: Theory, Practice, Research and Training. Also, he has been an invitee to summit meetings on Prevention of Youth Suicide in Indigenous Communities in North America in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Vancouver, British Columbia. He sits as a member of the Canadian National Advisory Council on Metis and Off-Reserve Health and Human Resources Development. He is currently engaged in the continuation of research into the importance and meaning of healing individuals and communities from within.

Read Dr. McCabe's keynote abstract (pdf), “The Healing Path: A Community Based and Culture Derived Indigenous Therapy Model”.

 

 

 

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