Posted March 5th, 2015 by & filed under Top News, Student Reflections and Updates, Art Therapy/Counseling at SWC, Featured.
Influenced by archetypes and art therapy, Sprout explores the interplay between the unconscious and conscious parts of the psyche. …
Posted September 14th, 2014 by & filed under Top News, Student Reflections and Updates.
What a gift, to learn to recognize the call of the soul! Thanks, Southwestern! Here's an excerpt from a paper I wrote for the Addiction Assessment and Treatment class that I took last winter with Jason Holley:
In the past, I have had trouble connecting with a personal understanding of the word soul. Dictionaries tend…
Posted August 30th, 2014 by & filed under Top News, Student Reflections and Updates.
In the spring of 2014, I took "Archetypal Psychology" with Heather Wulfers at Southwestern College. I was a bit intimidated about taking this class. Of all the classes I'd taken at Southwestern, this was the subject I'd had the least experience with, and I wasn't sure exactly what to expect. I had a feeling this…
Posted February 27th, 2014 by & filed under Archetypally Speaking, Top News, Featured.
Heather Wulfers is especially interested in Archetypal Art Therapy. Here is her first post in what will become a regular blog, called Archetypally Speaking...…
Posted June 20th, 2013 by & filed under Top News, Student Reflections and Updates.
by Amy Hautman Bates
The Mandala is a symbol of wholeness. And within that oneness, there is a wonderful kaleidoscope of experiences and expressions. Every moment, is new as everything sparkles and changes and as each facet moves, everything around it shifts in response. It is a beautiful dance of creative energy…
Posted February 1st, 2012 by & filed under Top News, Student Reflections and Updates, Art Therapy/Counseling at SWC.
by, Nicole Morgan, Copyright 2012
colored pencils and pen on paper
For this project I pieced together several different images that came out of active imagination exercises. When I finished an active imagination drawing, I scanned it in to my computer then printed it out so I could isolate and cut out specific images that…