The Power of Creativity Telesummit



Nicki, Suraya and I are very excited to invite you to an inspiring free event coming up during February 2-9, 2014:


I will be one of more than 15 individuals interviewed during this free telesummit that is available to anyone in the world who has either phone or Skype access. The POWER OF CREATIVITY TELESUMMIT, co-founded by Nicki Koethner and Suraya Keating, includes interviews with master practitioners in the field of creativity, each of whom are using creativity and the arts to catalyze profound positive change on an individual and social level.

If you want to:

  • Learn ground-breaking approaches in the arts that help with issues related to stress, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, conflict, trauma and much more.
  • Discover new ways of connecting to the fire of creativity in your own life.
  • Connect with a thriving community of people who are using the arts for profound positive change in the world.

Then we invite you to join us for a week long summit full of meaningful, inspiring conversations with experts who will be offering tools and insights from their work with drama, movement, visual art, poetry, music and mixed arts modalities with a variety of populations, including children, families, teens, adults and the elderly. During the week of the summit, you will be able to listen to the interviews live or to the recordings if you can’t attend a live call.

To reserve your spot for this FREE event, click here: REGISTER FOR THE POWER OF CREATIVITY TELESUMMIT.

I will be speaking on Sunday, February 9th at 10 AM PST. There will be time for questions.

I look forward to being with you at the Summit!

With excitement and gratitude to Nicki and Suraya,


Kate Donohue’s Presentation

Creativity and art are languages that connect us as human beings across Cultures.

What do we learn from being and teaching in different cultures? How does the Sacred Feminine express itself through creativity? Would you like to learn more about Jungian Psychology and Expressive Arts? And be inspired by the life of creative women?

Listing to Kate Donohue, a Jungian Expressive Arts Therapist, you will learn more about

  • The global, cross-cultural and archetypal aspects of creativity
  • The Marriage of Jungian Psychology and Expressive Arts
  • The lives of various creative women and the sacred feminine

Join us Sunday, February 9h at 10am for an inspiring conversation with Kate Donohue, psychologist, registered expressive arts therapist, international professor, trainer and author in the field of Jungian oriented expressive arts therapy.

Kate T. Donohue, Ph.D., REAT holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and has maintained an active private practice for 32 years. She has also been teaching for 35 years, at such institutions as California Institute of Integral Studies, Institute for Transpersonal Psychology, JFK University and the San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute. Kate was also one of the original founding core faculty members of the Expressive Arts Therapy at CIIS. Additionally, she has been a supervisor for the past 30 years and was coordinator of the Expressive Arts Therapy Program’s practicum supervision. Kate is also an adjunct faculty in Expressive Arts Therapy at Saybrook University, Sofia University, JFK University and the Depth Psychology Program at Sonoma State University. She has been currently been providing training in Expressive Arts internationally at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, HUST University in Wuhan China and Christ University in Bangalore, India as well as expressive arts training programs in Winnipeg, Canada, Beijing and Shanghai, China and Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. Her life work in teaching, supervision, consultation, training and her therapy practice has been to marry Jungian Psychology with expressive arts therapy.

Kate was a cofounder of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association and is now a MCEP and CEU provider. Her work as an expressive arts therapist stems from her own deep and abiding passion for the arts, culture and spirituality. Kate is involved in visual arts and dance, having spent 20 years studying indigenous and ethnic dance forms, in particular West African and Afro-Cuban Dance. Her visual arts work in painting and drawing has helped Kate explore an interest in understanding the sacred feminine. With a background in drama and poetics, and a great appreciation for music, Kate says that her involvement in arts and culture has made her own life richer, by allowing her to map and understand her own inner terrain.

THE Full Schedule of the telesummit:
* 5pm: Introductory Call with Telesummit Co-Hosts and Expressive Arts Therapists Suraya Keating and Nicki Koethner, and guest Sophia Reinders, Registered Expressive Arts Therapist.

Monday February 3
* 10am: Armand Volkas discusses Healing the Wounds of History and offers insight and guidance as to how to utilize the arts to heal groups in conflict
* 1pm: Sue Martin addresses the power of creativity and spiritual practices to respond to stress, trauma and support full embodiment in the present moment

Tuesday February 4
* 10:30am: Michael Rojas shines light on how sacred drumming practices can release blocked energy and cultivate connection to wisdom and guidance
* 1pm: Elise Peeples, writer and director of Art Between us, describes collaborative arts processes that stimulate creativity and dissolve isolation
* 5pm: Delfina Piretti shares about “creative process living” and on how painting, art installation and Zen practice can help us in our daily lives

Wednesday February 5
* 10am: Karin von Daler discusses cutting edge tools from the arts to help people with Borderline Personality Disorder or with chaotic emotions.
* 5pm: Lysa Castro elucidates how Authentic Movement and BodyTales, with their emphasis on deep listening, bring us home to ourselves.

Thursday February 6
* 10am: Han Bishop discusses how past life regression can help us tap into unknown creative potential, and to connect our creativity to our life purpose.
* 1pm: Mireya Alejo identifies major obstacles to aliveness, and shares how the arts and Holotropic Breathwork connects us to aliveness and to our soul.

Friday February 7
* 10am: Anneli Richards offers inspiring tools and perspectives on how the use of play and creativity promotes healthy relationships among families.
* 1pm: Olivia Corson, originator of Body Tales, highlights the way in which the witnessing of our uninterrupted personal stories helps heal trauma.
* 5pm: Karen Saura, founder of Mindful Rhythm Movements, demonstrates how the use of the arts in schools helps youth to settle and facilitates learning.

Saturday February 8
* 10am: Sylvia Israel identifies key differences between Psychodrama and Drama Therapy, and shares powerful tools to help trauma survivors feel safe.
* 5pm: Anin Utigaard illuminates the essence of person-centered authentic voice-work, and how it helps us move stuck patterns and find our true voice.

Sunday February 9
* 10am: Kate Donohue, a Jungian Expressive Arts Therapist, speaks with passion about the global, cross-cultural and archetypal aspects of creativity.
* 5pm: Closing Celebration Call with Nicki Koethner, Suraya Keating and surprise guests.