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October 23 II Conference** – Imagery Trades

Imagery Trades with Jann Fredrickson Ramus, MSW, LICSW.

Jann Fredrickson Ramus, LICSW

Imagery trades are always popular and this year, it will be no different.  We are even adding an “art” component.  Now before all of you go berserk and say, “Oh, I’m not artistic!!.”……….  Well, gee, you should SEE some of the stuff I produce, er, try to produce.

Remember your Playdough days?  The feel of that doughy stuff and the smell……kind of takes you back a few years, huh?  Well, this year when we do the Imagery Trade you will get a chance to create an actual image via Playdough (or drawing, if you are so inclined) of your inner wisdom figure.  Or, some of you may have learned this being as an “Inner Advisor”.  Best YET: you get to keep your creation!!

Now, come on.  Doesn’t this sound FUN and IMAGINATIVE?? Come join us for this FUN and creative IMAGERY TRADE!!   Jann Fredrickson Ramus

Come and experience an introductory Guided Imagery experience at Imagery International’s Second Conference Co-Sponsored by Beyond Ordinary Nursing Imagery for the Future: Illuminating Lives

October 22-24, 2010 
Vallombrosa Center, Menlo Park, California

**Registration due by October 5.

To see more about this unique imagery conference and register click here to visit the conference page.
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Jann has a master’s degree in social work and one in counseling. One of her great loves in life, besides her daily walking, is teaching. She LOVES to teach. Teaching is like a great adventure for her. She’s given workshops for years. She is on the teaching faculty for both the Academy for Guided Imagery and Beyond Ordinary Nursing. She is also Past President of Imagery International  She is a former high school teacher. She now has a private practice as a psychotherapist with over 25 years of experience with a specialty in trauma.

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