DATE: Day 1 – Friday, March 1st, 2019
TIME: 9am-9pm U.S. PDT
Host/Moderator: Kelly Carlin, M.A.
|9:30am-3:30pm||A Writing Workshop with Fanny Brewster – The Creative Self: Secrets, Dreams and Wishes||Classroom A|
|6:00pm-7:00pm||An Evening with Michael Mollura||Barrett Center|
|7:00pm-8:30pm||Chancellor’s Reception & Awards
featuring music by harpist Jeanne L. Martin
Since receiving her M.A. in Jungian Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, Kelly Carlin-McCall has created Women on the Verge, a year-long coaching program where accomplished women find something deeper, wider, and more meaningful in the next chapter of their lives.
Keynote Presenter—Fanny Brewster is a Core Faculty member in the Clinical Psychology Department at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Prior, she served for five years as Adjunct Faculty working within the Depth, Archetypal and Jungian Psychology (DJA), and Depth Psychotherapy Departments (DPT), while maintaining a New York City private practice.
Michael Mollura, is known for his original film scores to such films as HEAL (currently on Netflix), Hare Krishna, Awake: The Life of Yogananda, and many other projects—including composing original music to Antarctica, produced and written by Dr. Robert Romanyshyn. Michael is currently completing a score for a pilot TV series, Road to Dharma.
Jeanne L. Martin, PhD is a professional harpist and mythologist who lectures on the timeless mythic connections between music and medicine in the ancient world, along with therapeutic uses of music in ancient times and the Renaissance applied to the present.
DATE: Day 2 – Saturday, March 2nd, 2019
TIME: 8am-6pm U.S. PDT
|8:00am-9:00am||Meditation with Anne-Marie Charest||The Yurt|
|10:15am||About Coming Home to Pacifica: Introductions & Announcements||Barrett Center|
|10:30am||A Myth – G. Kwame Scruggs, PhD
Myths are stories which have been around for thousands of years and provide a road map for us to navigate our way through life. Myths are lies which tell the truth, false on the outside but true on the inside. Myths remove us from our situations and allow us to view those situations objectively. – G. Kwame Scruggs
|1:45pm-3:45pm||Panel: The Soulful Entrepreneur – Corinne Bourdeau, Charles Caldwell, Holly Reusing, Jennifer Selig, Craig Titley, Leslie Shore / Moderated by Kelly Carlin McCall
A discussion with our panel of notables, a gathering of creative individuals from the fields of personal coaching, counseling therapy, small business, community activism, entertainment, and publishing, fostering a conversation about the unique challenges and opportunities of combining a career/livelihood with the mission of tending soul in the world. Includes Q & A.
|3:45pm||Spotlight on Alumni Authors, Acknowledgements, Upcoming Events||Barrett Center|
|4:00pm||CLIE Field Work Exhibits – Hosted by Breanna Johnson, MA (2019 Chancellor’s Community Award Recipient)||Room A|
G. Kwame Scruggs (PhD Mythological Studies 2009), has over twenty years of experience using myth in the development of urban male youth. He holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Mythological Studies with an Emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica
Holly Reusing received her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2005 and completed her Ph.D. in Depth Psychology in 2015. Her depth studies served to form a strong foundation for work in the community and in the world.
Charles Caldwell (MA Mythological Studies 2005), has worked his whole adult life for community service organizations. Presently serving as Director of Strategic Advancement at the Hospice of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Ever since Jennifer was a little girl, she was in love with everything about books and dreamed of making her own. This dream came true in 1999 when her first book was published. Since then, she has published dozens of newspaper articles, book reviews, journal articles, essays, and more.
Craig Titley is a film and television writer/producer who began his film career in the Hollywood trenches as a production assistant. After a brief stint as an executive for Nickelodeon’s feature film division, he went on to become a successful writer of family films including the live-action Scooby-Doo, Cheaper by the Dozen, and Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief.
Dr. Leslie Shore is an award-winning TV, radio and newspaper journalist who published her own newspaper for five years. She lectures on personal visitation as remedy to restore families divided by the criminal justice system using video interviews conducted in California prisons with mothers and their children.
Breana Johnson is a proud New Yorker and graduate of Howard University, where her academic journey in psychology began. At Howard, she began to explore relational realities in psychological philosophy and clinical practices.
Anne-Marie Charest is a therapist, educator, and facilitator whose work lies at the nexus of Eastern and Western traditions, science and spirituality. She holds a MA in Somatic Psychology, a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology, and is formally trained in the shamanic teachings of the Kalaallit Eskimo people of Greenland.