Past Events & Trainings

EDU20 – STAGES Education Training

EDU20 – STAGES Education Training

As teachers and educators, we know that children and adults grow through developmental stages. This program will share the science underlying development and show how it can be harnessed to become more effective educators, teachers, leaders, and learners.

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SIS20 Shadow Into Soul Training

SIS20 Shadow Into Soul Training

What if you looked at your shadow… and saw it is actually part of your soul? When we are in a state of flow or openness, we’re said to be operating from our “leading edge” developmental stage. In this course you’ll not only get a better understanding of the personal development stages, you’ll discover how to apply the stages directly to your life.

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2020 STAGES Winter Series

2020 STAGES Winter Series

STAGES International charts human development from the first-person perspective of an infant to the latest levels found in adulthood, and what those levels mean in our day-to-day lives. Using the STAGES model allows us to determine our stage of perspective development, understand what it means, and develop it over time.

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2019 STAGES Summer Series

2019 STAGES Summer Series

July 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2019
A Four-topic Online Series with Terri O’Fallon PhD & Kim Barta MA, featuring 90-minute, deep dives into each topic, and including a 30-minute, open Q&A for you to ask questions and interact with Terri and Kim.

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Hispanoamérica Integral

Hispanoamérica Integral

June 21 to 23, 2019
The first large-scale meeting by and for the entire Spanish-speaking community. The First Encuentro Hispanoamérica Integral is the opportunity to participate in the emergence of a new perspective.

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Shadow Craft: Dancing with the Demons

Shadow Craft: Dancing with the Demons

At some point in our development we realize that we have a Shadow, a part of our being that is below the level of awareness and that operates in our life in ways that can hold back our development and even cause a lot of suffering. We sometime refer to this as our “demons.”

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