JOSEPH CULP – BIO Walking-In-Your-Shoes
Actor, Director and Filmmaker, Joseph Culp has worked in theatre, film and television for over 25 years. He produced and starred in the 9/11 drama The Reflecting Pool and the modern adaptation of Knut Hamsun’s Hunger. More recently he appeared as “Archie Whitman” on the hit series Mad Men. Joseph co-founded the Walking-In-Your-ShoesÒ body/mind process with psychologist John F. Cogswell, Ph.D. in Los Angeles during the late 1980s. Joseph formed the Walking Theatre Group in 1992 to explore the use of WIYS in dramatic arts. Together with Dr. Cogswell, he continued to develop WIYS for use in psychotherapy, healing arts, business and community renewal for the next 20 years. Joseph trained Family Constellation facilitator Christian Assel in WIYS who wrote the first book about the process, “Walking-In-Your-Shoes”: Walking is Understanding” in 2010. Joseph’s Walking Theatre Group is currently in residence at the Electric Lodge in Venice, CA. He has introduced hundreds of people to WIYS, and trained many therapists and facilitators who have made WIYS part of their practice and life work. He continues to conduct WIYS workshops in the U.S. and Europe.
More info: www.josephculp.com Or www.walkingtheatregroup.com.