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October 28, 2020 Drs. Goslin-Jones, Wendy Phillips, and Janet Rasmussen Season 2 Episode 41
UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long
The Transformational Power of Creativity & Expressive Arts at Saybrook University & Beyond…
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UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long
The Transformational Power of Creativity & Expressive Arts at Saybrook University & Beyond…
Oct 28, 2020 Season 2 Episode 41
Drs. Goslin-Jones, Wendy Phillips, and Janet Rasmussen

Season 2, Episode 41: Today’s episode features a May 25th interview featuring three outstanding psychologists/scholars/practitioners in expressive arts and creativity studies: Drs. Terri Goslin-Jones, Wendy Phillips, and Janet Rasmussen. Terri and team provided a unique set of insights about creativity studies, the role and history of expressive arts as therapeutic intervention, and the power of expressive arts as a vital component of humanistic psychology. We’re planning on having these three amazing individuals back on for an extended time, but for now, we’ll whet your expressive arts therapy and creativity appetite with this interview! 

To learn more about Saybrook University, visit us online at www.saybrook.edu. And now, Drs. Goslin-Jones, Phillips, and Rasmussen…

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To Learn More about IEATA go to https://www.ieata.org/ 

Interviewee Biographies

Terri Goslin-Jones, PhD (Website: https://terrigoslin-jones.com/): As an educator, my reason for teaching is to support life-long learners who are on a personal quest to create change in their lives and in their part of the world. Creativity is at the heart of my work. I believe that every person has a creative, unique spirit, and that creative energy is a vehicle for growth.

In my private practice as a workplace psychologist, I work with individuals and groups. My business mission is to Discover the Wonder of People at Work™. I have found that work becomes more meaningful when creativity is nurtured in the workplace through the expression of a person’s unique gifts, talents, and perspectives.

I teach courses in Arts-based Inquiry, Coaching, Creativity, Expressive Arts, Leadership, Humanistic Psychology, and Professional Development at Saybrook University. I am a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant/Educator (REACE) and serve as an International Expressive Arts Therapy Association board member.

Wendy Phillips, PhD (Website: http://www.diasporacitizen.com/): Dr. Wendy Phillips is a psychologist, researcher, practicing visual artist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT), and a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant Educator (REACE) by the standards of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA). She is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association, serving as a Co-chair of the REAT Professional Standards Committee.

Wendy founded El Collectivo Macondo, an Expressive Arts Training Institute based in Mexico. She is a member by invitation, based on portfolio review, of SoHo Photo Collective in NYC.

Janet Rasmussen, PhD (Website: http://drjanetrasmussen.com/index.html): I deeply believe that clients already possess answers within themselves and that my role is to support them in the process of discovering their contentment. I am here to guide you in uncovering suppressed or dormant parts of yourself so that you can live with more presence, ease, confidence, and joy.

My ideal client is anyone interested in pursuing a path of spiritual growth or taking a deeper look at their life beyond the day-to-day. They are driven to take responsibility for their life and desire a deeper awareness of themselves. I believe that personal, emotional, relational, and spiritual growth are all interconnected.

Show Notes

Season 2, Episode 41: Today’s episode features a May 25th interview featuring three outstanding psychologists/scholars/practitioners in expressive arts and creativity studies: Drs. Terri Goslin-Jones, Wendy Phillips, and Janet Rasmussen. Terri and team provided a unique set of insights about creativity studies, the role and history of expressive arts as therapeutic intervention, and the power of expressive arts as a vital component of humanistic psychology. We’re planning on having these three amazing individuals back on for an extended time, but for now, we’ll whet your expressive arts therapy and creativity appetite with this interview! 

To learn more about Saybrook University, visit us online at www.saybrook.edu. And now, Drs. Goslin-Jones, Phillips, and Rasmussen…

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To Learn More about IEATA go to https://www.ieata.org/ 

Interviewee Biographies

Terri Goslin-Jones, PhD (Website: https://terrigoslin-jones.com/): As an educator, my reason for teaching is to support life-long learners who are on a personal quest to create change in their lives and in their part of the world. Creativity is at the heart of my work. I believe that every person has a creative, unique spirit, and that creative energy is a vehicle for growth.

In my private practice as a workplace psychologist, I work with individuals and groups. My business mission is to Discover the Wonder of People at Work™. I have found that work becomes more meaningful when creativity is nurtured in the workplace through the expression of a person’s unique gifts, talents, and perspectives.

I teach courses in Arts-based Inquiry, Coaching, Creativity, Expressive Arts, Leadership, Humanistic Psychology, and Professional Development at Saybrook University. I am a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant/Educator (REACE) and serve as an International Expressive Arts Therapy Association board member.

Wendy Phillips, PhD (Website: http://www.diasporacitizen.com/): Dr. Wendy Phillips is a psychologist, researcher, practicing visual artist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT), and a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant Educator (REACE) by the standards of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA). She is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association, serving as a Co-chair of the REAT Professional Standards Committee.

Wendy founded El Collectivo Macondo, an Expressive Arts Training Institute based in Mexico. She is a member by invitation, based on portfolio review, of SoHo Photo Collective in NYC.

Janet Rasmussen, PhD (Website: http://drjanetrasmussen.com/index.html): I deeply believe that clients already possess answers within themselves and that my role is to support them in the process of discovering their contentment. I am here to guide you in uncovering suppressed or dormant parts of yourself so that you can live with more presence, ease, confidence, and joy.

My ideal client is anyone interested in pursuing a path of spiritual growth or taking a deeper look at their life beyond the day-to-day. They are driven to take responsibility for their life and desire a deeper awareness of themselves. I believe that personal, emotional, relational, and spiritual growth are all interconnected.