The Mandala is a framework to explore the concept of human universals. The Iceberg is a teaching tool which offers a universal view of the inter-physic world of humans. We will show the integration of these concepts with a beautiful model called the "Process of change". We will demonstrate how this trio of concepts offer a way of teaching how to make contact with others in deep and healing way.
In this session, we will discuss the Satir Coaching and Mentoring Specialist Program developed by Sharon Loeschen, MSW, and offered through The Virginia Satir Global Network. As a result of this session you will learn more about the transformation process that guides the work of Satir coaches and mentors and about tools relevant to facilitating change in this process. There will be three co-presenters joining Dr. Freeman: Cynthia Spray, Valerie McGaha and Louis Vetri.
You will see how your worldview fits the facts of the real world and how the real world has changed over the past 200 years.
Topic: Fact checking your
Description: This workshop will consist of a pre-test on participants' worldview. Factual information on countries from 1800 to 2020 will be presented. It will trace the evolution of the human race for the past 200 years showing countries where they were then and where they are in 2020. Individual families will be presented based on which of four economic levels they live on. Data will be provided on longevity and income levels.
The goal is for attendees to have factual data to update their own worldview of the world and their own country, and living conditions in countries they visit or provide professional services too.
Questions to answer:
This presentation will use photographs of peoples work in the sand tray to illustrate how the coping stances (defences) can be transformed using Neuroscience and the Satir Model in the Sand Tray. The photographs will illustrate how:
There will be the opportunity for questions, bubbles and discussion. Please join Dr. De Little for this enriched experience.