In a world that prioritises simplistic and clear-cut categorisations, acknowledging ambiguity can be exceptionally difficult. Yet Sasha will posit that nuance can communicate so much more about the intricacies of being human; that emotion, beliefs, values, identity, experiences and relationships all offer a rich and complex tapestry. They will ask what it would mean for us to embrace that tapestry more readily, then how we might we move from simplifying the self and others to claiming our complexity. Finally they will ask what it is that stops us from doing so.
About the presenter
Sasha van Deurzen-Smith (they/them) is an existential coach, specialising in neurodiversity, LGBTQ+ issues, self esteem and creativity. Having graduated from the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling with an MA in Existential Coaching, they are now the course leader for the same programme. Sasha regularly runs workshops on existential coaching, gender fluidity and working with autism, and co facilitates a support group for LGBTQ+ adults with an autism spectrum condition. They have published several articles in the Journal for the Society of Existential Analysis, and a chapter on existential coaching in Du Plock’s Case Studies in Existential Therapy.
Date: 26 Aug 2021 19:00-20:30
Location: online via zoom (registrants will receive an invitation to participate and all the details they require in advance of the date)
These webinars are part of the Global Conversations 2nd series. All are 1.5 hours and all are featured on the page linked below.
Cost: $100 for each or $320 for all 5.
CPD Hours: This event counts as 1.5 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements
For full details regarding the event please go to the website.