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Community Conversations Series

Sunday, February 6, 2022 5 Adar I 5782

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

This event will be taking place outside in our beautiful courtyard. Masks will be encouraged at all times. 

Panelists:

Paul Newland, M.S., AMFT, APCC is a Narrative Therapist, Experiential Educator, and Program Facilitator. His interest in stories began at a young age with the discovery of books, which were consumed with vigor. In grade school, he fell in love with bringing stories to life by becoming a character in role playing games and contributing to community storytelling. As a therapist, facilitator, and educator, Paul uses careful questioning and reflecting processes to help people come to better understand the stories constructed around themselves and the world at large. He believes that in exploring the way that stories have come to live with us and the kinds of influence they exert on how we act and what we know, the relationships and the values that guide our performance of life often become more clear. Through restoring authorship rights to tell our own stories the way that we want them to be told, he believes we can begin to challenge the default stories and roles performed upon us and lay the foundation for a new performance of who we are becoming.

Nick Greene is an actor, writer, and director living in Los Angeles. He has appeared in several films, commercials, and television shows including roles on ABC’s Castle and Amazon’s Them: Covenant. He thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2020 and made a best selling documentary Pack & Soul which can be seen on Documentary+ and Vimeo On Demand. He wrote the play Still the Wild which has been produced at GableStage in Miami and at the University of Florida. He is both an Associate Artist and Teaching Artist with Theatre Dybbuk. Nick also works in the international community. He traveled to Rwanda, Africa with the Arts In Medicine program to work in a genocide survivor village alongside a group of Rwandan artists and performers promoting awareness of AIDS, Hygiene and Malaria. He is a proud alumnus of the University of Florida where he received a dual degree in Theatre Performance and International Studies.

Pesach Chananiah, PhD is a Depth Psychologist with emphasis in Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology, and Ecopsychology. He is also a community organizer, Jewish educator, and wilderness guide. Pesach is interested in the importance of storytelling for strategies of relational empowerment, and in utilizing Jewish ritual and myth for transformation. He brings to all of his work a tending of soul in and of the world. His writing can be found at Community-Alchemist.com. 

 

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