Linda AK Thompson, PhD
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Water Valley, AB Canada
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Art or Art Therapy
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M.A., PhD, Other degree not listed here
If so, from what institution?
Athabasca University - Bachelor of General Studies [1987]
Gonzaga - Master's Thesis: Transforming Counselling Theory [1991]
Summit University of Louisianna [1996]:
Unpublished Dissertation: Matrix of Trauma [MOT®]
Are you a licensed or clinical therapist?
Retired Registered [CARNA] Nursing June 2012
Retired Certified Canadian Counsellor [CCC] June 2015
International Association of Counselling Hypnotherapists [IACH]
* Certified Counselling Hypnotherapist #13
Please share a little about yourself by way of introduction. What draws you to Depth Psychology and what are you looking for from this community?
Initially, I was searching for the source for the 5 levels of [depth] conversations and the text I made notes from, I believed, was called, "Depth Psychology," however, I forgot to reference the author who detailed the 5 levels of conversation: formal operations, contact maintenance, standard conversation,critical occasions, and ends in a choice point towards intimacy.

Found the Source - Jung's 5 Levels of Consciousness
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2019 Spirit Bear Circle - Private, Small Group offering assistance/support with healing journeys
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Co-Leader Darlene B. Viggiano, PhD,
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Retired Counselling Connect Blog - Trauma Counselling Author
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Mar 21/16 - Had a Wonderful Experience with Gary, Reading Circle - Marion's Woodman's "Addiction to Perfection" and this image expresses the depth of the experience for me. Awesome...Grateful.

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Posted on June 16, 2015 at 7:30am 26 Comments



On June 14, 2015 on CBC Radio, the host stated: “The devil is in the details” and this phrase got my attention, so I listened on.  The content was not about the politics of earth religions – getting rid of the Old Testament, raising up Marcion’s views or finding fault with…


Photopoetic Megamomentaries

Posted on February 16, 2015 at 10:30am 18 Comments


Have a great day!  Peace + Love Linda


Posted on September 12, 2012 at 7:30am 4 Comments

This Blog site content contains information I have used to help me in depth conversations with others keeping informed on the latest suggestions concerning my ethical behaviours in my service work.  Content analysis of context and review of ethical postures helps me makes decisions in moral dilemmas.  Everything is simply complex, so I need tools to help me along in my calling and service to others.  

Originally, this information was posted in Forum on September 12, 2012 @ 7:25am in…


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At 5:58am on May 15, 2018, Tom Stevens said…

Dear Linda, my sincere apologies for such a late reply, I've been very busy in my professional work and have only just today, re-activated my membership of the Alliance.  Thank you so much for your kind words about Lilith, I'll be in touch via a personal message over the next few days. 

Kindest Regards,


At 12:10pm on February 24, 2016, Leslie Nolan said…

Thank You Linda...

I appreciate you sharing your gifts and insights today!

Blessings to you!


At 9:52am on September 24, 2015, Paul DeBlassie III said…


for everything a season...yes...that includes dreams and dreaming especially when considering backgrounds of trauma..I've found that in the healing process for trauma everyone is so different, dreams emerging in different ways, no set pattern necessarily, although regular dreaming can be a great assistance and counting on dreams a solace. I've not encountered a complete cessation of dreaming as the result of trauma, but have seen that dream material can become supercharged, archetypal material often overwhelming until it has been understood, processed, humanized, dreams taking us into body/psyche..I respect your experience and healing process as having been and continuing to be vital for you..thank you for this is a unique one that I will continue to muse well...Paul

At 12:17pm on August 4, 2015, Paul DeBlassie III said…


Wonderful! Hope you are doing well, and I'm so glad we are back in contact :) Paul

At 6:48am on July 5, 2015, Paul DeBlassie III said…


Wonderful to hear from you. I'd been wondering where you'd gone. My blog is now . I switched from google to squarespace. I usually post them on depth psychology blog site as well. It's always a treat to hear from you. Inspirational depth psychology arising from lived experience personally and clinically continues to exert fascination. So, it's in this area that my inner muse speaks and encourages my writing. In case you didn't know, my novel The Unholy was awarded the International Book Award. If you feel so inclined, give it a read and let me know what your divine mind picks up. It's listed on Amazon. Again, always wonderful to hear from you.


At 5:44pm on July 3, 2015, Nina S. Ross said…

Linda, thanks for your kind words abt the sandtray image. love to you on the labyrinth of roads and curves, Nina

At 11:04am on June 14, 2015, Willi Paul said…

It is a hybrid energy that means peace + love from Willi!

At 7:36am on June 14, 2015, Willi Paul said…

Enjoy the Morning Light. - WOX

At 5:11pm on June 4, 2015, Randy Westfall said…

Hi Linda, thank you so much for your kind words. I always like the things you post and I have learned so much from everyone here.

At 1:40am on May 27, 2015, Angelino Tuksar said…

Thank you Linda for liking my pictures. Those trully were made in moments of utter anguish (which happen 20 times a
I tried to a give face to my inner torments. I wishing I had more beautiful material to work with.
Not long ago I made a film on Nightmares. Maybe you'd like to see it.

Of Nightmares and Daymares

Cheers !


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