Processwork Antidotes Stan&Ann
Medicalization, Memory, Depression, Delirium, & Ageing: Processwork Antidotes
A series of 3 tele-classes
Tuesdays 12noon-2pm: Sep 18, Oct 16, Nov 13, 2018
Stan Tomandl, MPW, PWDipl & Ann Jacob, BEd
“To cure sometimes, to relieve often, to comfort always.” Sir William Osler, ‘father’ of modern western medicine.
How has modern western medicine improved care for people in the altered spaces of Ageing, Memory Loss, Depression, & Delirium? What opportunities and positive outcomes are overlooked because of medicalization? We will work on our own inner ‘medicalizers’ and our roles as consumers, activists, and advocates; exploring the essence of these roles for ourselves and others in altered spaces.
Each session will include an experiential exercise, lecture/discussion, consultation and handouts.
1) Learning more about modern western medicine as outer and inner processes around our own and others’ altered spaces.
2) Exploring cultural & spiritual assumptions of medical consumerism that affect people in altered spaces.
3) How to use our advocacy & activism appropriately and effectively in stressful medical situations.
About Stan and Ann
Stan Tomandl, MA, PWD, Ann Jacob, B.Ed
educators ~ counsellors ~ process work ~ following somatic wisdom
***specializing in working with, learning, and teaching about people in altered consciousness that comes during life’s joys, grief, creativity, illness, trauma, memory loss, remote states, delirium, coma and other tender and strong moments in our living and dying***
Participation Options: Teleconference/Livestream only
PWI currently uses the Zoom webinar platform for livestream access to classes. Participants should ensure they have good quality internet access to get the best experience. After registration you will be sent a direct link for online streaming access to your course, one week prior to course commencement. Please contact PWI if you have any questions – we are happy to help you get set up.
|Early Registration by Sept 4th||$108|
|Registration – full fee||$120|
PWI Members receive a 10% discount – click here to find out more about membership.
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- September 18, 2018 - November 13, 2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm