Loralee M. Scott, MFA

MFA in Creativity Theory, Jungian Psychology and Embodied Social Justice                              2014
Goddard College, Montpelier, VT

Graduate studies focused on the interdisciplinary links between psychology, art history, brain science, creativity theory, women's studies and dance as activism. In particular the role of the creative unconscious in catalyzing transformation, healing and resilience.
Completed Graduate Courses:

Instructional Design, UMASS Boston                                                              1990

Organizational Development, Harvard Extension School                             1989
Certified MBTI Consultant                                                                                    1989
Consulting Psychologists Press  
Bachelor of Science, Theology, cum laude                                                            1983
University of Valley Forge, Phoenixville, PA                                                          
CREATIVE WORK in the News:
New York Metroland News article:
Worcester Telegram and Gazette article:
Brattleboro Reformer:
Boston Anti-Trafficking League of Women Religious
Consulted with top executives at Procter and Gamble in designing a customized organizational culture transformation within one of their key global divisions.
Prior to this,  designed a customized day and a half session for the internationally recognized Clay Street Team, the in-house creative consultants for Procter and Gamble.
As a certified MBTI consultant, I have worked with both non-profits and corporations in designing and delivering customized programs.


*Featured Presenter Archetypes and Annunciation Conference, Lisbon, Portugal 2020

*Featured Presenter Art and Psyche Conference 2019

*Featured Presenter Montana Friends of Jung 2019

*Keynote Presenter Assisi Institute Conference 2018

*Keynote Presenter Seeing Red Conferences 2015, 2017

*Keynote Presenter Butler Hospital Art and Healing Conference 2015
*International Association for Analytical Psychology – Siracusa, Italy
Art & Psyche Conference 2015
* Pennsylvania Governor’s Council keynote
*The Rhode Island Family Courts Anti-Trafficking Conference keynote
*Unbound Washington, DC Anti-Trafficking Conference keynote
*Journey Conference 2014

Grief and the Expressive Arts by Robert Neimeyer and Barbara Thompson, Routledge, 2014.

Assisi Institute Journal Vol. I 2017


International Association for Jungian Studies

Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies

Loralee is the Founder and Director of The Sophia Center for Transformative Learning where she brings over two decades of successful organizational leadership and a proven track record of post-graduate, Jungian informed curriculum design, development and delivery. A thought-leader, entrepreneur and sought-after speaker, she has lectured internationally in several countries including: Australia, Italy, Portugal and Russia. She has worked and consulted with key executives at Procter and Gamble on a psychological understanding of creativity and innovation. Her work as an award-winning choreographer was responsible for the passage of anti-trafficking legislation in Troy, NY and is featured in the book: Grief and the Expressive Arts published by Routledge. A certified MBTI consultant, she has a private coaching practice in North Carolina. Her graduate work focused on the inter-disciplinary study of Jungian psychology, neuropsychology, art history and dance pedagogy as related to personal and cultural transformation. Loralee holds an under-grad. degree in Biblical Studies.

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Embodied Social Justice Work

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