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Moving Toward the Future with Resiliency and Strength
March 24, 2022 – 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm EDT
Join us for the third session of the Strengthening Immunity webinar series, featuring Anthroposophic Psychology and Therapeutic Singing co-sponsored by the Foundation for Health Creation (FHC) and the Anthroposophic Health Association (AHA), Thursday, March 24th at 5:30pm PST/8:30pm EST.
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In this third session, Tom Bufano, LPC will explore immunodepression caused by stress-induced psychological symptoms such as trauma/PTSD, fear/anxiety, loneliness and attachment and sensory deprivation through a bio-soul-spiritual approach. He will also offer possible antidotes to help support resiliency and inner courage.
Virginia Anderson will present the singing therapy modality as a pathway for creating healing resonance and building immunity. She will demonstrate exercises with guided imagery and discuss our relationship to the music of the spheres. Singing therapy offers antidotes for releasing much of the stress from symptoms that Tom will discuss, as well as giving us strength in moving forward in life.
Tom Bufano has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2008 and holds a certificate in Anthroposophical Psychology. He works in private practice and is a homesteader in South Western, Virginia. Tom also serves on the Board of the Association of Anthroposophic Psychology (AAP). He holds a certificate from the Social Development Center, Emerson College, England (1982). In 1985 he co-founded Sunnivagarden, an Anthroposophical Drug Rehab Center in Sweden. You can inquire more about Tom by going to the directory of Practitioners on the AAP website: https://www.anthroposophicpsychology.org/.
Virginia Anderson is a practitioner of the musical arts living and working in Denver, Colorado. She has been studying the work of Rudolf Steiner and the School For Uncovering the Voice for over 30 years. In 2008, she earned her Diploma for Therapeutic Singing from the School For Uncovering the Voice and the Medical Section of the School of Spiritual Science. Virginia encountered the therapeutic singing approach while traveling and living in Sweden. In recent years, traveling has given her faith in the resilience of our planet, to see and experience the enormity of its breadth. Virginia is also part of the working group for the Anthroposophical Therapeutic Singing Association of North America, (ATSANA). She is listed as a therapeutic singer in the directory of the Anthroposophical Health Association, (AHA), or can be reached directly at: [email protected]
The webinar will be 90 minutes and will be recorded.
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