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2019 Speakers for
Imagery International 11th Annual Conference:

Imagery and Science

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Imagery and Pain
Priscilla Abercrombie, RN, NP, PhD, AHN-BC, HWC-BC

What is the current research on using imagery for pain? Get up to date on the challenges and rewards of using imagery for the treatment of pain and experience the creative use of imagery to transform pain.

Science of the Senses and Imagination
Sondra Barrett, PhD

Sondra takes us on an exploration into the wonders of the brain and the Science of Neuroplasticity. We will experience the brain’s ability to change in a guided imagery through the five physical senses.

Your #1 Anti-Aging Ingredient Doesn’t Come in a Jar: Using Imagery to Youthen
Eve Delunas, PhD, LMFT

The power of our consciousness has a profound impact on our physical bodies. Through imagery we have access to “the quantum field of limitless possibilities.” Eve will guide us in an imagery to dissolve limitations and access our core vitality.

Exploring Imagery as a Way of Knowing
Mary Diggin, PhD

Mary gives Imagery workshops all over the world and in this highly experiential workshop we will explore Imagery as a way of knowing.

Science and Imagery: Tapping into Your Creative Power
Darlene Frank, BA

Darlene will explore the connection between Imagery and Science as it relates to writing, art, and creativity.

Embodied Wisdom-Mindfulness in Motion and Letting the Body Lead
Jayne Peterson, RN BSN, NC-BC

Jayne facilities connection to body wisdom via the fun and dynamic practice of 5Rhythms Movement Meditation. Experience the body and movement as imagery while learning about current research of movement based mindfulness practices.

Educational Goals:

  • To present the current science and research that support the transformative power of the imagination.
  • To showcase the interconnectedness of the brain, the body, emotions and the mind to promote healing on all levels.
  • To expand health practitioner's skill set with applicable imagery tools.

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This conference was approved for 9 contact hours for RNs, MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs. 

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Presenters for the 8th Annual 2016 Conference:

Nancy Galindo, PhD
Active Imagination: Discovering the Wonder and Wisdom of Inner Images
In this workshop we explored an inner imaginal figure through active imagination and learned how to discern when to use active imagination for insight, transformation and individuation. We identified examples of active imagination

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Nancy Galindo, PhD holds an MS in Educational Psychology and a doctoral degree in Depth Psychology from Pacifica GRaduate Institute. She teaches masters and doctoral degree courses and offers public and professional workshops in Dream Work, Active Imagination, Psychic Creativity and Imaginal Ways of Knowing. Dr. Galindo is the author of Tending the Living Image: A Phenomenological Study and articles on soul-centered education and imagination.


Janice Baker, Master Hypnotist and Reiki Practitioner
Spirit Breath Flow
In this experiential, we investigated the subtle energy fields surrounding the body by using the breath. We learned the Spirit Breath Flow technique to balance energy and to create and manifest intentions.


Janice Baker is a Master Hypnotist and Reiki Practitioner. She has developed a breath practice called Spirit Breath Flow. She has been in private practice in North Carolina and New Mexico for 12 years.



Cecily Markham, RN, BSN
Lipstick, Old Keys and the Hand Held Mirror: Journey into the Images of a Poem 
We explored finding our own inner voice through imagery and poetry, focusing on allowing poetic imagery to heighten awareness of connection with others and the world community. We saw how to expand poetry and apply it for healing, wellness, creativity and mindfulness in personal and professional work.

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Cecily Markham, RN, BSN is a poet, artist and integrated arts educator. She has received multiple awards in poetry and her chapbook, Sisters in Rain, won the 7th Annual Women's Words Award, published by STill Waters Poetry Press. Cecily has provided various artist-in-residencies as a poetry consultant in school settings and has performed her poetry in a variety of venues. She is a nurse in Washington State and currently offers a program "Art as Health" promoting health and wellness through experiencing fine arts.


Karen Hawkwood, CL, CCHT
Exploring your Trickster Nature

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Pamela Albee
Journey through the Spiritual Imagery of the Shaman

Delve altered states of consciousness through guided imagery, hypnosis and shamanism. Experience easy, yet profound, tools for inspiration, enlightenment and safety. We learned how to apply these altered states of consciousness to creating effective positive change.

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Pamela Albee is a Certified Counselor, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Certified Hypnotherapy Instructor and Shamanic Practitioner/Instructor offering classes and continuing education courses at www.steppingstoneseducation.com for health care professionals. Pam has been published in numerous areas including the Journal of Shamanic Practice 2008 and the Journal of Imagery International.


Nature's Apprentice: An Exploration Guided by Photography and Nature's Wisdom
With Juliet Rohde-Brown and Monique Fay

What is Imagery but expanded fields of awareness that amplify archetypal motifs through multi-sensory experience? In this workshop we used photographic images in combination with Tibetan 5 Elements in healing practice for clients as well as ourselves.

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