Are you asking yourself “What’s next?” or wondering how you ended up in a kind of eddy, a place you had not imagined for yourself? Bright Rivers was designed just for you. Maybe it’s just a matter of having a little calm, quiet space, some time, and some permission to hear what your soul has to say. Bright Rivers offers capsules of calm, protected time and discovery where processes, tools and insight are the expected take-aways.
In one-time or series workshops, ongoing studio gatherings, or individual coaching sessions, there’s a range of tools and processes that you can choose from to support your path, and your true story.
I started Bright Rivers after years of doing work that appeared to be wildly different from anything I’d trained for, and where I learned a lot about myself and my own stories. And, on the side, I pursued my own explorations of different ways of knowing and understanding the worlds that surround us. All of this, for now, is tucked under the umbrella of Bright Rivers — a place where nurturing the creative work using authentic voices, discovering forgotten talents and skills, and even changing directions, is possible. Something I started off thinking about and working at in my 20s, but had a lot to learn before moving that forward.
There’s more about me here, including some details about my seeking path up to now, if you’re interested. For now, Bright Rivers has an open door, and plans for future offerings beyond June 2017 are taking shape. Please get in touch — I’d love to hear from you! email@example.com
Just in case, because sometimes people want to know:
- 20 years leading disruptive, innovative technology projects in both private & public sector (you can imagine the story of how an English major fell into this kind of work!)
- 10 years teaching literature and writing at various universities and colleges, including alternative programs for women returning to school
- MA Literature, Middlebury College, Vermont; MA Writing, Johns Hopkins University
- Additional studies at Oxford University, England; Lewis and Clark Law School, Portland, and Univ of Oregon Applied Information Management program, as well as the usual professional development classes.
SoulCollage® Facilitator. In process: JourneyCircles® Licensed Facilitator, and Creative Depth Coach certification through the JourneyCircles® Institute.