Metaphor as a Direct Doorway to Transformation—REPLAY of "Dinner & Depth Lecture by Kim Hermanson, PhD

The language of metaphor can provide direct access to powerful transformation. In this compelling talk, Kim shares how aspects of her own story catapulted her into a realm where image and metaphor can be accessed to effect meaningful change in the life of an individual.

This conversation first aired as part of the "Dinner & Depth" 2015 Summer Series on Depth Psychology Alliance

Originally aired July 30, 2015
(approx 35 mins)


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SPECIAL FREE EVENT

Kim is offering a new experiential tele class,
DiscoverRing Metaphoric Wisdom" via Depth Psychology Alliance on October 27, 2015. 

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ABOUT KIM

Kim Hermanson Ph.D. is the founder of Doorway Sessions for creative breakthroughs and the author of Getting Messy: A Guide to Taking Risks and Opening the Imagination. Kim is Adjunct Faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute, and she has also taught courses at Esalen Institute, Meridian University, University of California Berkeley and the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.

View Kim's website here

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Comment by Skip Conover on August 27, 2015 at 5:01pm

Thought  I was signed up for this!


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