UMKC School of Dentistry,
650 E 25th St
The School of Dentistry is located near the Hallmark Headquarters and Crown Center. Parking will be in the north lot off Holmes St (one-way north). Enter through the north doors, rm 217B is immediately to the left.
Part 1- $140
Part 2- $140
Part 1 and 2- $270
Please make checks payable to CGC/The Collegium and mail to 123 W Armour Blvd., KCMO 64111
Bring a brown bag lunch or go to a nearby restaurant.
PART ONE: Learn the basic rules for using the method by working through half of the workbook.
Friday, Oct 25th, 7pm to 9:30pm
Saturday, Oct 26th, 9am to 4:30pm
You will be led through a series of journal exercises which will enable you to gain new insights into the meaning and direction of your life. An important goal of the workshop is to expose who you most deeply are and what your life is trying to become.
A notebook will be provided.
PART TWO: Work with exercises in the second half of the workbook. Prerequisite: part one.
Saturday, Oct 26th, 7pm to 9:30 pm
Sunday, Oct 27th, 9:30am to 5 pm
You will deepen your understanding of life experiences by working with dreams and images, events, and group connections, and through a unique form of meditation which uses the contents of your life as a resource for further experiences.
PART THREE: Now you have glimpsed the meaning and direction of your life from multiple vantage points, it is time to put it all together, to sense larger integrations that have been taking place, and to use your rich inner resources to step more purposefully into the future.
We will invite Maureen back at a later time when she will offer all three parts. Please let us know of your interest.
We are exploring the possibility of offering Continuing Education Credits.
About the presenter
Maureen McCormack, S.L., Ph.D., is a Sister of Loretto and a psychologist residing in Denver. She served as president of the Loretto Community for eight years and has been giving journal workshops throughout the United States for over 25 years. She pioneered a journal program for inmates in the U.S. prison system and, in recognition, received an award from the Institute of Women Today.