Monthly Archive November 2013

Puma……Peruvian Shaman Encounter

As soon as I hit Maras pavement, I emailed Puma of Chinchero.  He was the Shaman that my professor, Carol Parker had recommended.  His email response was immediate.  He had time for me on Thursday November 21, just four days back from my pilgrimage to Pomacanchi. The owl visitations from the citing…
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Nuts and Bolts of Private Practice Workshop

The Nuts and Bolts of Private Practice, by Laura Lansrud-Lopez and Deb Heikes is coming back for an encore! As part of its “Conscious Entrepreneurship Initiative”, Southwestern College and Counselors de Santa Fe Collaborative are hosting an amazing and extremely valuable workshop on how to launch and maintain a sustainable and profitable private practice. …
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SWC Sexuality Certificate: A Kick Off Lecture w/ Jason & Ginna

Southwestern College, Santa Fe, has announced the launching (soon) of a certificate in Human Sexual Experience and Expression (I think I got that right, but would not bet the house on it...) We are VERY excited!!      Tonight Jason Holley was a guest lecturer, giving a talk entitled: Organic Sexuality: From Shame into…
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Southwestern College Offers Linked In Workshop

Southwestern College's Entrepreneurship Initiative is an effort to empower its students to function successfully in the "business world" when they graduate. Private practice, consultation, life coaching, contract work, and freelancing, all require entrepreneurial skills like social media fluency, marketing savvy, branding fundamentals and the nuts and bolts of billing and so forth. This workshop is…
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It’s the Perfect Time to Become a Counselor or Art Therapist

Obamacare is creating a tremendous number of jobs in the Counseling and Art Therapy fields. This new and dramatic development makes this a perfect time to be going into the mental/behavioral health professions. Dr. Jim Nolan, President of Southwestern College offers his up-to-date experience…
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