DSCF0780We are honored to have the opportunity to teach in South East Asia, as well as the United States and Canada, and to have taught at Burlington College for many years, where we worked with both undergraduate and graduate students in the arts, Interdisciplinary Studies, and psychology. Jennie continues to teach in the Lesley University Expressive Therapies Graduate Program.

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Our teaching often addresses issues of inclusion, focusing on the experience of living with complex identity or disability. We have recently presented at the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association Conferences, national Psychodrama conferences, and the Expressive Therapies Summit in NYC.

We enjoy helping individuals and organizations learn and apply new skills in service to their unique visions. We teach clinical and organizational tools that are informed by the arts and, when applicable, shamanism. We offer classes in Reiki, and teach down to earth shamanic skills for life, for repairing multi-generational wounds, and for honoring the Earth.

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For more than a decade, Jennie has taught Expressive Therapy and Playback in Bangladesh, South India, Indonesia, and Hong Kong, as well as across the United States.

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Over the years we have spent many wonderful hours working with Yours Truly Theatre in Bangalore, India.