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Healing After Darkness: Bringing The Light with Dr. Fanny Brewster

May 23, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm PDT

Hands holding light, with event details super imposed

How can looking into the body, hearts, and minds of our community help us see our way forward out of the collective hardship that the covid 19 pandemic represents? How do we each hold a key to this shared endeavor?

Please join us for an immersive experiential journey guided by Dr. Fanny Brester, author, and Jungian analyst, and co-led by practitioners from a diverse range of spiritual and depth psychology informed modalities as we traverse the inner terrain between darkness and light.

The day will include practices of expressive arts, somatic inquiry, writing, dreamwork, and active imagination. Each individual practitioner will bring their own area of expertise to facilitate an integrative process for participants to deepen self-awareness and explore what is being called from beneath the fertile soil into the light.

5 CEUS offered for LMFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs

(4 CEUs for attending the event, 1 CEU for listening to a related podcast to be released early next week!).

To sign up for CEU’s please register here.

Suggested donation for CEUs is $25. You may also offer a donation of any amount to support our continued ability to offer continuing education to the community.

Donate here to support our future events by selecting AULA SDP Event Support from the drop-down menu.

Join the Zoom Presentation

Meeting ID: 979 771 5174

Schedule of the day:

10-11:00 Convening Circle led by Fanny Brewster, PhD

11-11:30 Somatic practice led by Niralli D’Costa, LMFT

11:30-12:15 Art therapy led by Kate McIntosh, PhD

Lunch break

12:45-1:30 Being in between Dream work/AI led by Nadia Khalil Thalji, PhD

1:30-2:30 Writing and closing circle led by Fanny Brewster, PhD


Learn more about the speakers


May 23, 2021
10:00 am - 2:30 pm PDT
Event Category:


Spiritual and Depth Psychology Specialization
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