Psychological Disturbances in Relation to Lung, Liver, Kidney, and Heart
A 5-Part Series
A supplemental conference to PAAM's 2021 Conference on the Four Cardinal Organs
All classes are ONLINE from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm Eastern Time from Monday, May 3, 2021 through Friday, May 7, 2021.
The series will be recorded for those who are unable to participate live.
AAP is not able to offer CE units for this event.
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A supplemental conference to PAAM’s 2021 Conference on the Four Cardinal Organs
Anthroposophic psychology is unique in its understanding of the nature of the inter-relationship of organic disturbance and psychological symptoms. In this conference, we will explore the connection of soul imbalances to the four cardinal organs: lung, liver, kidney and heart.
In the weekday mornings of May 3-7, 11-12:30am EDT, Associates of the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology will facilitate an exploration of psychological disturbances which have particular relationships to each of the cardinal organs. We will consider obsessions and compulsions, addiction, depression, anxiety, psychological coherence and the healthy incarnation of the “I” or ego organization. There will be opportunities for participants to engage directly with the topics and share perspectives and experiences from their clinical practice.
This conference is intended for those practitioners who have completed basic training in anthroposophic psychology, and clinicians who are interested in the programs of the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology.
Zheni Nasi M.A.; Susan Overhauser, Ph.D., Alex Schneider, LMHC, and Tonya Stoddard, LCSW