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Story Medicine for Eldering (SM4E)(C)
This five-week experience is a deep, layered journey exploring our relationship with time. This class is for participants aged 50+. We will explore some myths of aging, raise questions, and uncover new approaches to the autumn and winter stages of life. This class will end in an elder rite conducted by an ordained minister/healer.
This course is offered once each year, in the Spring.
Story Medicine in Films (SMIF)C)
This six-week course offers an in-depth excursion into some of the industry’s fine films. We draw from well-written stories, beautifully set/photographed, well acted films with a message. Some films are classic while others are rare finds. Together, we hunt for their medicine. Share the fun of this extraordinary course. Our guarantee: You will never watch a film in the old way again.
This course is offered once each year.
Story Medicine for Racial Healing (SM4RH)(C)
This seven-week intensive includes an emphasis on ceremony, group learning and healing. The experience includes responses to history, exploration of causes and effects of oppression and institutional racism. The instruction offers practical tools, employing a multi-media palate of materials.
(Because of the depth of this experience, we have developed a Learning Community designed for students finishing the class and desiring opportunities for more learning.)
This course is offered once each year in the Fall.
Adinkrahene – Chief Adinkra Symbol
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Our is a 15-month healing program of self-exploration and study organized by quarters and with quarterly retreats. The program culminates with a ceremonial rite honoring the newly certified Story Medicine facilitators.
Next class begins in December 2019.
To inquire, contact us at
- Adam, Z.
- Chandler, E.
- Lengnick, L
- Lumb, B. T.
- Perkinson, N.
- Xiong, C.
- Wells, C.
Story Medicine for Educators: Tapping a Valuable Classroom Resource
Story Medicine for Racial Healing
What Have You Done With Your Pain?
Story Medicine for the Mother/Daughter Dynamic
Do you Really Know Your Story?
Community Leaders! We can tailor workshops to meet the needs of your group.
To schedule a workshop, contact us for details.
And I explored how writing connects my particular story – from the inner world of the self – with the larger story – being told and written in history.
Surrounded by amazing fellow travelers, I explored how my particular experience with the unseen world, intolerance, vulnerability, privilege, spirituality and forgiveness connects with how these themes play out for others whose burdens have been immensely heavier than mine.
Instructions for Reading Circles:
Meta’s books spark transformative discussions for women’s book
clubs, social clubs, civic or focus groups. To schedule a
Reading Circle, contact us for details.