I’m so pleased to announce that we have seven distinguished new teachers joining our faculty. As many of you know, Fanny Brewster joined us the fall, teaching in the dream work training course at the August intensive. Also joining us are Chris Bache, Jeanne Schul, Bess Park, Tony Caldwell and Mary Ellen Lough.
The Haden Institute has always been known for the quality of our teachers. We continue to deepen and enrich our offerings by welcoming these new faculty. I am grateful they each said, “yes.”
~ Allen Proctor, director, Haden Institute
Bess Park, Ph.D. is the artistic/executive director of The Institute of Creative and Healing Arts where she teaches classes and workshops and privately works with clients, focusing on stress management, positive self-transformation, and tapping into creative potential. Bess teaches courses in somatics, dance, and movement for the actor. Learn more about Bess.
Chris Bache, Ph.D. Chris feels his psychedelic work was so central to his incarnation that everything in his life was calibrated to bring it into being. Chris is the author of three books: LSD and the Mind of the Universe: Diamonds from Heaven, Dark Night, Early Dawn: Step to an Ecology of Mind, and The Living Classroom. Learn more about Chris.
Jeanne Schul, Ph.D. Jeanne has more than 30 years of experience making connections between soma, soul, and psyche in her teaching, choreography, and therapeutic work with dreams, dance, and yoga. In her private practice, she leads dream groups, Reiki and somatic movement therapy sessions, along with therapeutic yoga classes. Learn more about Jeanne.
Rabbi Howard Avruhm Addison, Ph.D., is an author, teacher, spiritual companion, dream guide, and leader of sacred ritual. Drawing deeply from the wells of Jewish learning, widely across a broad range of academic and cultural interests and shaped by decades of spiritual seeking and rabbinic service, Howard crafts innovative experiences and teaching that engage the mind and move the soul. Learn more about Howard.