Self-Care for Health Professionals & Educators


Winter 2020 Seminar Details

10 seats are available

Self-care is vital to prevent burn-out particularly for people in health and education professions. Through the SoulCollage® process your creative brain center will be activated by constructing cards with visual images. Next, you'll tap into the inner wisdom of your subconscious brain through a unique reflective practice. You'll also learn how to apply this process with students of any age and adult learners.

This is a semester-long seminar that meets about every other week starting January 31st and ending April 3rd.  We will use the book 'SoulCollage(R) Evolving' by Seena Frost to guide our seminar curriculum.  

Winter 2020 Seminar dates and location:

Facilitated by Dr. Peggy Liggit, certified facilitator

Seminar Meeting Dates: 1:00-3:00 PM in room 109B Halle, January 31st, February 7, February 21, March 6, March 20, April 3rd

Winter 2020 Registration

Register for the Self-Care Seminar

Learning Outcomes and Deliverables

Participants will:

  • Create, reflect, and journal about the cards they create
  • Work collaboratively as a group by practicing the “Norms of Collaboration” from Adaptive Organizations.
  • Write an Action Plan to be implemented at the conclusion of the seminar.

Participants will receive the book SoulCollage® Evolving by Seena Frost, and card-making materials.  Participants will receive a $250 honorarium for full participation with attendance, group collaboration, and completing an action plan of how they plan to apply this process in a personal, community, or class setting.

More about SoulCollage®

The SoulCollage® Process also supports the following:
Addictions & Substance Abuse Treatment, Aging, Anger Management, Adolescents at Risk, Career Counseling, Children’s Groups (divorce, etc.), Coaching, Community Development, Conflict Resolution, Couple Therapy, Creative Problem-Solving, Diversity and Cross-Cultural Issues, Dream Work, Eating Disorders, Family Therapy, Creative Fun, Grief and Loss (e.g., Hospice, Job Loss), Health-Related Issues (Chronic Pain, Cancer, etc.), Psychotherapy, Senior Centers.

To learn more, visit the SoulCollage® website.


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