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"Core Energetics; Developing the Capacity to Love & Heal"

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Tonight your Host Pamela Marie Edmunds will be interviewing Karyne Wilner a Core Energetics Practitioner and teacher.  Learn about this form of healing and how it can help you and others.

About Karyne B. Wilner;

Karyne B. Wilner, PsyD has over 30 years of therapy and training experience, is known for her work with individuals, couples, and training therapists. She has traveled widely, nationally and internationally, giving lectures, workshops, seminars, and teaching counseling skills. She holds graduate degrees in clinical psychology, nonverbal communications, and humanistic education. Her work emphasizes sexual awareness, the unconscious in the body, and the relationship between the heart and love.

She worked closely with John C. Pierrakos, MD, her mentor, who founded Bioenergetics and Core Energetics. As Director of Education for his Institutes and Director of the Institute of Core Energetics in Brazil, she designed a mindbody curriculum, trained therapists, and supported the growth of Core Energetics worldwide.

Currently she is the Director of Integrated Psychological Services Center in Providence, RI, Director of the Core Living Therapy, Professional Program for licensed mental health professionals, headquartered in Rhode Island, and adjunct professor in the Holistic Counseling Program at Salve Regina University in Newport, RI. She is the former Assistant Director of the Institute for Core Energetics, and in the past she was Associate Director of the Australian Institute of Core Energetics, Senior Director of the Brazil Institute of Core Energetics, Board Member of the Core Energetics Foundation, Director of Drexel University’s Counseling Center, and Group Co-Coordinator at the Humanistic Psychotherapy Studies Center. She has written numerous journal articles about counseling and psychology and is currently working on two book proposals, involving body therapy and mindfulness and anger.

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