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EHNW Annual Workshop: Ego, Soul, and the Restorative Function of Emotional Pain

September 28 @ 9:00 am 5:00 pm

Presenter: Leland Baggett, LCMHC

Hybrid Workshop: TBA
Fee: TBA
Host: EHNW in Portland, Oregon

In this workshop, the presenter will introduce an original approach to psychotherapy based upon the premise that emotional healing is fundamentally a psycho-spiritual event. This approach offers a unique way of integrating the values of authentic presence, intentionality, and meaning rooted in the Humanistic-Existential-Phenomenological orientation with the spiritual depth of Buddhist and Transpersonal Psychology. Its theoretical foundation is based upon the interweaving of three elemental assertions (see the event page for more details).


Leland (Chip) Baggett, M.A., LPC, is a psychotherapist and author, and is a highly respected thought leader in the field of humanistic/existential/transpersonal psychology, bringing attention to the interface between psychotherapy and spirituality. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Humanistic Psychology from the University of West Georgia, and is past president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology and the North Carolina Mental Health Counselors Association. In1988 he published a book of poetry, “So Where’s The Dawn”, which depicts the journey of emotional healing after the loss of a relationship. He is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and has maintained a private psychotherapy practice for over forty five  years, working with individual adults and couples. He currently maintains his practice in Asheville, North Carolina


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