TBC

Jason Holley

Sunday 5th July 2020 - 15.30-18.00 BST

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CPA/MISPA Online Webinar

Jason Holley

TBC

Details coming soon


Jason Holley is an astrologer and psychotherapist based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His orientation is relational and archetypal – focusing on embodiment of soul, and ensouling of body. He has practiced astrology for just under 30 years and has taught widely on psychotherapy, astrology, and myth including at UAC, NORWAC, as well as online at Astrology University and Kepler College. He teaches a graduate-level continuing education for psychotherapists drawing on the astrological tradition in their work, using experiential methods including psychodrama and astrodrama. He has written for The Mountain Astrologer and several online venues. Email jason@jasonholley.net or jasonholley.net on the web.


Cost: £42 for the session - Book here

Venue: Online only - system requirements and more details here

Any questions about this webinar - please email John

Booking this webinar entitles you to attend live and/or access the video recording for 1 month after the event. Recording details are sent out 24/48 hours after each event.

After booking you will be emailed with details of how to log in on the day and be able to test you have everything required. You must book the seminar at least 24 hours in advance of the date to ensure you get your log in details to the online classroom. If you cannot make the live webinar you will have 1 month access to the recording.

Webinars are similar to our one day seminars in London and are run as real time online tutorials. You will be able to interact with the tutor and other students as the session happens via a chat box. Experience a CPA/MISPA seminar live from anywhere in the world through your computer browser.

Note: All seminars are recorded by CPA/MISPA, by participating in seminars you permit CPA/MISPA to record and sell the lecture that you have participated in.

A selection of older webinars and courses are now available to view on demand on the MISPA website.