The Neuropsychology of Change

April 6-9, 


8:30—1:30pm PT

We learn more everyday about how interconnected the brain, mind, and body are and how they influence and are influenced by fields of forces inside and around us.

Think of the energetic and social fields we are currently having to navigate—economic challenges, polarized elections, demands for racial justice, climate change, and the COVID crises.

Mary Gelinas, Ed.D. and David Sibbet—as change agents, process leaders, and individuals,  have been immersed in the challenge of designing, leading, and participating in collaborative processes while swimming in this swirl. They are working to step back from the spinning flows of propaganda to sense into the larger fields and how they shape our inner and outer focus. They’ve plunged into the world of neuroscience and social psychology and are finding, if not some answers, some hopeful perspectives. They hope to learn to generate expanding fields of awareness in which people can interact with more presence, compassion, and collective wisdom. They are inviting you to join the exploration.

It’s actually feeling urgent that we make some progress in this area.

Field awareness sits at the edges of acceptability in a world dominated by materialistic, objectivist thinking patterns that emphasize analysis, separation of elements, and individual agency. We are increasingly concluding that group and social change are shaped fundamentally by these hard to analyze fields. How do we learn to use our nervous systems to perceive them? How do we even talk about this kind of meta-phenomenon? 

How can we learn to transcend a materialistic paradigm without rejecting its value to create a future that works for all of us?

Workshop Leaders

Mary Gelinas, Ed.D. is a senior consultant, managing director of Gelinas James, Inc. and co-director of the Cascadia Center for Leadership as well as author of Talk Matters!

David Sibbet, MSJ, is a senior consultant and CEO of The Grove Consultants International and Co-Director of the Global Learning & Exchange Network. He is author of the Wiley Facilitation Series including his latest book Visual Consulting: Designing & Leading Change, co-authored with Gisela Wendling, Ph.D.


Using ATTENTION to Open

the Doorway to Awareness

April 6, 2021

8:30am to 1:30pm Pacific Time on Zoom

Tuning Into & Generating


April 7, 2021

8:30am to 1:30pm Pacific Time on Zoom

Navigating Deeper Patterns of

Thinking & Perceiving

April 8, 2021

8:30am to 1:30pm Pacific Time on Zoom

Activating Our Body Wisdom &

Stepping into New Fields of Awareness

April 9, 2021

8:30am to 1:30pm Pacific Time on Zoom


Generating New Fields of Awareness

The Neuropsychology of Change

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Mary Gelinas, Ed.D.

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David Sibbet

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