Marion Woodman

Marion Woodman, LLD, DHL, PhD, is a Jungian Analyst, teacher and author of The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter; Addiction to Perfection; The Pregnant Virgin; The Ravaged Bridegroom; Leaving My Father’s House; Conscious Femininity; Dancing in the Flames (with Elinor Dickson); Coming Home to Myself (with Jill Mellick); The Forsaken Garden: Four Conversations on the Deep Meaning of Environmental Illness, Marion Woodman, Ross Woodman, Sir Laurens van der Post, and Thomas Berry, edited by Nancy Ryley; The Maiden King (with Robert Bly); and Bone-Dying Into Life. A visionary in her own right, Marion Woodman has worked with the analytical psychology of C.G. Jung in an original and creative way. She is the former Chair of the Marion Woodman Foundation and is currently retired from teaching.

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Martha de la Garza Adler

Martha de la Garza Adler, Lic. in Education from La Universidad de Monterrey. She established and directed la Biblioteca Central del Estado in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon; she also founded and directed for 14 years El Centro de Educacion Inicial, AC, an enrichment program for infants and toddlers. Martha presents and assists in Jungian-oriented workshops in Canada, Brazil, and Mexico. She completed the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program in 2003.

 

Caryn Aman

Caryn Aman, MA is owner of Full Circle: A Jungian Counseling Center in Portland, Oregon. Caryn is a Jungian soul therapist, teacher, and workshop facilitator. A deep respect for the work of C. G. Jung, dreams, the unconscious, and the wisdom of the body, combined with roots in music and voice, and a desire to help others reclaim their bodies, voices and souls, led Caryn intuitively to the BodySoul Rhythms® work of Marion Woodman, Jungian Analyst. Caryn has studied with Marion as a participant in BodySoul Rhythms® Intensives and completed the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program. Caryn has taught a number of affiliated workshops including Maskmaking Intensives, Dream Workshops and Groups, and Women’s Wisdom Circles over the past several years.

Dorothy Anderson

Dorothy Anderson, PhD, brings a Jungian perspective and experience as an artist to her teaching for the Marion Woodman Foundation. As a UCLA professor and assistant dean she specialized in group dynamics, interpersonal communication and leadership development. She leads Adult Woman workshops on spiritual and psychological growth, and creates art projects designed to open participants to the wisdom of the unconscious. She is a SoulCollage facilitator and carves wood and stone.

Sue Congram

Sue Congram, PhD, CPsychol., GPO-EAGT, is a founder-Director of EB Centre for Engendering Balance and Inclusivity in Leadership, based in the UK. Drawn to developing women in leadership, her PhD research and pioneering work with her two co-Directors, has led to a unique approach for enabling and inspiring feminine qualities and groundbreaking inclusivity practices in leadership, in national and global corporations.

As a highly experienced psychologist and Gestalt-trained consultant, Sue became inspired by the ideas of Marion Woodman, completing the first leadership training programme and becoming one of the core faculty on intensives. Sue’s love of art has led her to evolve and enrich the mask process, drawing on the unique qualities of expressive arts and the “imaginal” for in-depth exploration of self through mask. Sue loves to write about new ideas and practices, having widely published books, papers and articles in her field of work.

Marian Dunlea

Marian Dunlea, M.Sc., IAAP, ICP, is a Jungian analyst and somatics practitioner who has been leading workshops internationally for the past 25 years integrating body, mind and soul. She is head of training for BodySoul Europe, part of the Marion Woodman Foundation. Her recently published book, BodyDreaming® in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach, has been awarded the 2019 Gradiva award, in the Best Book category for the World Organization and Public Education Corporation of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis.

BodyDreaming® incorporates developments in neuroscience, trauma therapy, and attachment theory with Jungian psychology, and the phenomenological standpoint of interconnectedness. Her trainings include Jungian Analysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy, Infant Observation Supervision, BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training and Somatic Experiencing. Her website is http://www.mariandunlea.com

Vernessa Foelix

Vernessa Foelix, MA in Art Education, (a weaver, painter, and also works in clay) has taught, exhibited her work, and organized creative workshops. She is a dancer of the 5Rhythms and a student of psychology. She completed the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program in 2006. Vernessa helps organize Jungian-BodySoul workshops in Europe and the USA.

Dale Genge

Dale Genge, BFA, CMA, is Head of Voice at Langara College’s professional theatre training program in Vancouver, where she has taught voice, speech, and classical text for 28 years. She is a Laban Movement Analyst, trained as a vocal coach at the Stratford Festival, Ontario, and has taught at the Banff Centre of the Arts, Vancouver Playhouse Acting School, and Simon Fraser University. She is a founding faculty member of the Canadian National Voice Intensive and has worked as voice coach for professional theatre companies in Canada and the US. She completed the BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program in 2007, and is on the faculty of intensives in Switzerland.

Gail Grynbaum

Gail Grynbaum RN, PhD, is a Jungian Analyst in private practice for over 30 years in San Francisco. In addition to teaching for the Marion Woodman Foundation, Gail is part of the training faculty for the San Francisco Jung Institute. Gail is passionate about working with people in the search for meaning and wholeness in their lives. Skills and experience in dreamwork, trauma, embodiment, addiction and eating disorders all enrich her work. She has a deep interest in neuroscience, alchemy, Jung’s Red Book, and children of Holocaust survivors and has published in various Jungian Journals. In 2003, she completed the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program and later served on the MWF governing Board. She joyfully swims in the San Francisco Bay each day. LinkedIn: gailgrynbaumphd

Mary Hamilton

Mary Hamilton, is one of the founding members and international teachers of the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® program. She is a pioneer in dance and theatre education in Canada. In 1973, she implemented the first secondary school dance credit course in Canada and started teaching theatre with Marion Woodman. A graduate of the National Ballet School of Canada, with a B.A. and MEd in Education, Mary is a former professor at the University of Western Ontario where she taught modern dance, improvisation, and choreography between 1976-1996. She is the author of The Dragonfly Principle: An Exploration of the Body’s Function in Unfolding Spirituality,  Under the Horse’s Ass: A Love Story Human and Divine, and one of the authors of Leaving My Father’s House: Journey to Conscious Femininity.