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Telechat November 7: Imagery and Forgiveness

Sunday, November 7 Telechat,  5-6pm Pacific Standard Time join us for our next informative, interactive telechat. Daylight Savings Time starts on November 7.

Imagery International members can RSVP here. Members can also invite their friends and colleagues for a free one time visit.  Visitors are welcome to RSVP here.

Juliet Rohde-Brown, PhD

Juliet Rohde-Brown – Imagery International’s next president – will talk about Imagining Foregiveness – her integrative model for wellness. She has a new book out Imagine Forgiveness: A Guide for a Joyful Future. She has also produced three CDs  Feel Welcome Now, Feel Forgiveness Now, and Chakra Mountain. Feel Forgiveness Now won 2nd place in the 2009 Just Plain Folks Awards.

Juliet writes:

I feel quite passionate about our ability to use our imaginations to create a more positive and loving future. When we use the term “imagery,” it does not simply refer to the visual field, but to all of our senses. Dr. Jeanne Achterberg, a leader in imagery exploration and application, refers to imagery as “the thought process that invokes and uses the senses: vision, audition, smell, taste, the senses of movement, position and touch. It is the communication between perception, emotion, and bodily change.”

Judith Ewing hosts

Our host for this telechat is a new board member Judith Ewing, who is coming in as a Member-at-Large and new co-editor of ImagiNews.

We attempt to record our telechats as a podcast (mp3) which will be available in future in the member’s section.

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Dr. Juliet Rohde-Brown is a licensed clinical psychologist in California. Her orientation is integrative, and she embraces a multicultural perspective in her psychotherapeutic practice. She is also a core faculty member and the director of practicum for a doctoral program in psychology at Antioch University in Santa Barbara, California.

Visit her website to learn more about presentations and workshops, how to order CDs and her book – and visit her blog. She has been interviewed on several radio programs.

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