The Diamond Approach: Spiritual Path for Our TimesMay 19th, 2010John Davis, Ph.D.Ridhwan School and Naropa UniversityBeth Davis, LMFTPrivate Practice, WestminsterAndreas Mouskos, MAOutreach Department Chair, Ridhwan School, ColoradoHost: Sandy McCarthy
About the Presentation
A panel of two Diamond Approach teachers and a student will describe the orientation of this path to human development and self-realization. The Diamond Approach is an understanding and a path for full human maturity, spiritual realization, and living fully in the world. Because it views psychological and spiritual work as intertwined and inseparable, the Diamond Approach can be useful for psychotherapists and for those pursuing a spiritual path while living in the world.
About the Presenters
John Davis, Ph.D., has been an ordained teacher of the Diamond Approach since 1983. He wrote the first overview of this work: THE DIAMOND APPROACH: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE TEACHINGS OF A. H. ALMAAS (Shambhala Pub.), and he currently teaches in Boulder, Vancouver, and Europe. John is also a professor in the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology Department at Naropa University and a staff member of the School of Lost Borders.
Beth Davis LMFT, has been a student of the Diamond Approach for 19 years in California and Colorado. She is currently in the Diamond Approach’s Seminary (teacher training) program, and she is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with an office in Westminster, CO.
Andreas Mouskos, MA, is the Outreach Department Chair for the Ridhwan School in Colorado. He was born in London, UK and raised in Cyprus. He studied Architecture in Florence, Italy in the early seventies and later, in the mid 80s Psychology in the US. Early in his life he became interested in Mystical Christianity and later Hindu philosophy and practice. He came back to Western thought through the Ridhwan School over 20 years ago and he is now a Ridhwan teacher teaching in Colorado, Boston and Australia.
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Andreas is the Outreach Department Chair for the Ridhwan School in colorado. You can address questions and requests for more information on the Diamond Approach and Ridhwan activities in Colorado to him at [email protected]
Beth Davis, LMFT
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