Community Exploration & Half Day Workshop
Association for Humanistic Psychology
Career Transition in Challenging Times
Creating an Integrally Meaningful and Sustainable Future
Susan Burns, MA, LMHC
1 PM -5 PM
Available for Counseling Professionals
Clock Hours for K-12 Educators & Other Professionals
Seattle Healing Arts
6300 Ninth Ave NE
Seattle WA 98115
how to cultivate the essential aspects of your life work and
find their perfect expression in a chaotic world. Discover how to
follow emergent wisdom and best practices in shaping your future.
Gain tools to midwife meaningful and sustainable life and work
transition. Whether seeking career change or forced into it, lacking
the confidence to stretch to new heights, gathering momentum to
reach for goals, or wanting to leverage skills for a new world, this
community learning environment will teach skills and build capacity
through your own experience. This workshop is also a community
career clinic and can be taken on an ongoing basis.
workshop focuses on:
How to transition personally
and professionally amid challenging times, including career
transformation, actualizing passionate self and transcending chaos.
wisdom, identifying transformational objectives, cultivating best practices,
navigating and freeing confusion, overcoming adversity and inner
Fostering inner capacities
for change and identifying internal and external resources for conscious
Discovering higher purpose
through personal integration and aligning life's work with it while
responding realistically to a call to altruism.
4.0 CEC's for
Social Workers, Counselors,
Marriage & Family Therapists
$10 paid on site
.4 CEU's for Health
& 4 Clock Hours/PDU's for Educators
Cont Ed Qtr. Credits Available
$15 paid on site
Adapting meaningfully and sustainably
to a world transitioning from an economy based on consumption to an
economy based on human values.
Susan Burns, MA,
LMHC, NBCCH is a WA State Licensed mental health counselor and
advanced clinical hypnotherapist, a certified somatic transformation
practitioner, and a licensed public educator. Her 20 year private
practice in psychotherapy is client centered, integrates holistic
healing modalities, focuses on the mind/body connection and is
oriented to transpersonal, process-oriented, and family systems.
Susan also founded a nonprofit organization functioning as a
northwest regional hub for The Institute of Noetic Sciences where she hosted an amazing line up of
distinguished leading edge speakers and teachers. She is
Founder of Transformative
Groups, sponsored by The
Association For Humanistic Psychology and is currently the Vice
President of CG Jung Society Seattle. She has aligned her
community organizing toward others' meaningful expression, grounded
strong leadership skills, and has a private practice which serves
clients who are specifically in career and life transition. For
several years she has offered a powerful career profiling process to
help people get clear, focused, and into their purpose.
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