Join us in the beautiful coastal community of Manteo, NC for this Creative Immersion Weekend! You will engage with artists, therapists and authors in customized workshops designed to facilitate your engagement with the symbols most resonant in your psyche. Self-portraiture, narrative movement and creative writing sessions will offer you an opportunity to connect with the illumined wisdom of your creative unconscious. Enjoy the transformational sense of creative community and engage in group discussions and one on one mentoring as you learn to identify and understand the symbolic language of your creative unconscious and the wisdom it is wanting to illumine for you at this time in your life. Due to the interactive nature of these workshops, the group size will be limited.
Creative Immersion Weekend!
Join us in the beautiful coastal community of Manteo, NC for this Creative Immersion Weekend! You will engage with artists, therapists and authors in customized workshops designed to facilitate your engagement with the symbols most resonant in your psyche.
Elizabeth Nelson, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Eowyn Nelson, core faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute, teaches a broad range of courses in research process, methodology, and dissertation development along with classes in dream, literature, and cultural studies. Her own research interests focus on shadow, gender, and power. Dr. Nelson’s books include Psyche’s Knife: Archetypal Explorations of Love and Power (Chiron, 2012) and The Art of Inquiry: A Depth Psychological Perspective (Spring Publications, 2017), coauthored with Joseph Coppin, which is now in its third edition. She has been a professional writer and editor for more than 30 years, coaching aspiring authors across a varietyof genres and styles.
Sandy Salzillo, LMHC, MA
Sandra has a BFA from UMASS Dartmouth. She was a professional illustrator for many years and is still actively involved in painting and printmaking. In 2001 she obtained a graduate degree in Holistic Counseling from Salve Regina University in Newport RI where she also received an Advanced Graduate Degree in Mental Health, along with a certification as an Expressive Arts Facilitator. Since 2005 Sandra has worked as a mental health clinician in The Program in Women’s Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital in Providence RI, where she provides extended counseling as well as facilitates an Expressive Arts Therapy support group for women diagnosed with cancer. Sandra is an adjunct professor at Salve Regina University.
Loralee M. Scott, MFA
Loralee is the Founder and Director of Seeing Red. She is a certified MBTI Consultant, Archetypal Pattern Analyst and sought after public speaker. Loralee has consulted with Fortune 100 Corporations in developing training programs to catalyze breakthrough creativity and organizationally sustainable transformation. She has been a featured presenter at Jungian conferences in Siracusa, Italy and Moscow, Russia. Her graduate studies focused on the interdisciplinary links between analytical psychology, philosophy, art history, brain science, creativity theory, and dance pedagogy. Her past artistic work includes a dance theater production focused on the global issue of human trafficking that resulted in the passage of antitrafficking legislation. Loralee's work around this issue is featured in an academic text published by Routledge: "Grief and The Expressive Arts"