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Appreciation for Planetary Biodiversity and How They Relate to the Psyche

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South Seattle College Georgetown Campus

6737 Corson Avenue South

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Seattle, WA 98108

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As Nature, Of Nature and For Nature: Developing an Appreciation for Planetary Systems of Biodiversity & How They Relate to the Human Psyche

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By developing a deeper appreciation to human relations with nature, as nature, and as part of the many systems on this planet, one can begin to analyze where therapy can truly take place, how therapy can occur and how to responsibly engage, with respectful intent, the systems of which we participate. Ecotherapies are not therapies, rather, the observation of human connections of which may have been forgotten, then by way of active participation restore those systems of which promote biodiversity of ecosystem and of thought. Training participants will have an opportunity to (re)discover their relationship to the systems of the planet and how they can increase diversity in perspective and of presence. Additionally, participants will join in storytelling and metaphor that have been shared through oral traditions by the Lushootseed speaking first people of the Salish Sea region and apply these lessons of traditional knowledge to their own practice, either personal or professional, and bring benefit to our community.

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South Seattle College Georgetown Campus

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