Displaying items by tag: diploma http://kepler.edu Thu, 24 Apr 2014 01:11:38 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb E531 Mundane Astrology http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/electives/item/497-e531 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/electives/item/497-e531 E531 Mundane Astrology

Instructor: Frank Piechoski

Prerequisite: W101 or equivalent

One of the oldest forms of astrology is the astrology of the nation, state or leader known as Mundane astrology. Mundane astrology is also used for understanding weather, natural phenomena such as earthquakes, and financial, cultural and historical cycles.

 

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    enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) Additional Electives Wed, 23 Oct 2013 19:57:33 +0000
    WR203 Intimate Relationships http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/484-wr203 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/484-wr203 Toulouse-Lautrec

    Primary Instructor: Karen McCauley
    WR202 and WR203 may be taken in any order. 

    Astrology can provide a great deal of insight into the basic dynamics of love and marriage. This course will cover techniques, including comparisons and composites. Psychological principles, psychological issues and ethical concerns and considerations will also be examined. The primary goal is to promote better understanding, application and usage of basic consultation and communication skills with regard to questions about relationships.

    Course Objectives:

    By the end of this course, the students will be able to:

    1. identify primary categories of human relationships.

    2. locate relationships in specific houses of a cosmological chart .

    3. identify at least two issues involved in validating cosmological information.

    4. identify personal filters or critical thinking obstacles which could interfere with clear understanding and interpretation of astrological data.

    5. locate and evaluate the astrological representations of individual attitudes towards love, sex and life responsibilities, attraction to others, potential for making commitments and for enduring relationships.

    6. identify, compare and contrast the various methods of chart comparison.

    7. identify, compare and contrast the various methods of using composite charts.

    8. identify special charts used in relationship analysis such as first meeting chart, marriage election chart, draconic natal and composite, heliocentric and sidereal natal

     

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      enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) The Astrology of Relationship Fri, 30 Aug 2013 01:42:48 +0000
      WR201 Counseling Issues in Astrology http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/482-wr201 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/482-wr201 WR201 Counseling Issues in Astrology

      Primary Instructors: Karen McCauley and Inga Thornell. Guests have included Claudia Dikinis, Bob Glasscock and Donna Van Toen.

      Required for the diploma

      In this course, students will be introduced not only to considerations involved in astrological counseling as a profession, and to the process of working on relationship issues with clients, including finding relationships in the chart, organizing a session, methods of delivering content, ethical issues and referral strategies.

      Course Objectives:

      • Through completing designated readings and assignments, actively participating in discussion forums, internet conferences, and written assignments, the student will be able to:
      • Differentiate astrological counseling from other healing and helping modalities.
      • Understand the importance of and be able to identify specific listening, focusing and communication skills integral to successful counseling interactions.
      • Demonstrate ability to develop specific parameters for counseling sessions.
      • Locate relationship needs and potential in the natal chart.
      • Demonstrate understanding of the major ideas and practices which led to the development of modern astrological counseling as a field of practice.
      • Demonstrate understanding of approaches to ethical dilemmas inherent in counseling.

       

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        enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) The Astrology of Relationship Fri, 30 Aug 2013 01:42:35 +0000
        W112 Practicum: Chart Synthesis and Rectification http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/479-w112 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/479-w112 W112 Practicum: Chart Synthesis and Rectification

        Primary Instructor: Carol Tebbs.
        Either W112 or W113 may be taken to complete the certificate for Moving the Chart in Time. In addition, W112 may be taken as an elective for the certificate diploma; Pre-requisite: W110 (and preferably W111) or Challenge

        In a fluid, multi-national world, many clients do not have birth times, a critical piece of information needed to accurately determine houses and the timing of events. Rectification puts your knowledge and skill with techniques that move the chart in time in order to identify the most likely birth time.

        The astrologer and client determine when rectification of the birth time is needed and what is to be accomplished by the search. For an accurate birth time, the dates of major life turning points should confirm the alignment of natal chart patterns to life events. If they do not, the client should provide information of specific life turning points and time range information from family sources.

        In this course, students learn to select appropriate modern western techniques for adjusting the birth time to bring relevant natal chart patterns into alignment with appropriate astrological indicators to coincide with the known life events. Study for part III includes:

        • Strategies for ascertaining major life turning points to confirm birth time accuracy and/or need for rectification.
        • Assisting the client in searching family background sources for a birth time or time range
        • Applying chart movement techniques to align appropriate chart patterns and astrological significators to actual life events, from a few minutes of known birth time to a twenty-four hour search.
        • Establishing a method for narrowing the birth time range: applying first, second and third tier strategies to add layers of confirmation to the rectified birth time.
        • Using various rectification search software to narrow the birth time search.
        • Dealing with various ratings of data accuracy from AA to DD (Dirty Data).

        Weekly Topics Include:

        • Problematic Issues: Assessing the Need for Birth Time Rectification
        • How to Assess the Natal Chart Dynamics to Set the Stage for Rectification
        • If the Birth Time Doesn’t Match Events, Why Does It Matter? Looking at first tier techniques.
        • Arcing Planets to Angles Can Confirm Birth Time
        • The Angles Set the Basis of Exact Timing in the Rectification Search. Widening the range of techniques for a broader search.
        • Options for working with unknown birth times
        • Put Rectification Theory into Practice: Student Presentations showing how they rectified a chart, the issues involved and their conclusions.

         

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          enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) Moving the Chart in Time Fri, 16 Aug 2013 21:57:44 +0000
          W111 Moving the Chart in Time - Part 2 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/478-w111 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/478-w111 W111 Moving the Chart in Time - Part 2

          Primary Instructor: Carol Tebbs.

          W110 and W111 are required for the Certificate Diploma. 

          This course examines the development of modern Western interpretive methods of movement based upon planetary cycles, natural phenomena and symbolic interpretive tools from the 16th to the 21st centuries and assumes the student’s working knowledge of the elements of natal chart interpretation and synthesis. Areas of study for Moving the Chart in Time, Part 2 include:

          • Seeing the life “big picture” with progressed declination and chart graphics (20th C)
          • Moving the natal chart to a relocated position and applying transits, progressions and directions (20th C)
          • Synodic Cycles of planetary pairs to the natal chart and in mundane charts (used by most cultures from the 16th C to the present), including Chiron (late 20th C)
          • Planetary Returns, including solar returns (Hellenistic origin), precessed solar returns (20th C), lunar & other planetary returns - (20th C)
          • Transits, Progressions and Directions of planets and angles to natal midpoints, asteroids and Chiron (20th C)
          • Using the graphic function of software to track transits, progressions and directions of all planetary factors in a variety of harmonics

          Weekly Topics include:

          • History Review and Life Overview with a Progressed Declination Graphic. Progressed declination, reveals major life turning points at a glance, and serves as a good opener for discussion with the client at a first consultation. The progressed declination in the graphic format also provides an overview of life turning points.
          • Transits, Progressions and Directions to the Relocated Chart. When one permanently moves from the birth place, the birth time and possibly the birth date are re-set for the new location to maintain the exact same planetary positions as the natal chart, which provides additional and important information for timing and interpretation.
          • Movement of the Lunar Nodes and Major Asteroids to the Natal Chart. These are important indicators of major life lessons. Students also explore the mythological significance of the most commonly used asteroids to interpret their transits, progressions and directions to the natal chart planets, angles and sensitive points.
          • Synodic Cycles of Outer Planetary Pairs to Natal & Mundane Interpretation. The convergence of two or more hard aspect cycles of outer planets in real time not only marks mundane affairs, but also impact people whose personal planets, angles or sensitive points are activated.
          • Transits, Progressions and Directions to Natal Midpoints particularly Sun, Moon, Ascendant and Midheaven. Students will also assess the importance of midpoints shared by multiple planets.
          • Solar Returns with and without Precession, and Relocation for the Solar Return. Additional modes of interpretation can be found in Solar Returns, both precessed and relocated.
          • Moving the Solar Return. Movement of the Solar Return angles, the Progressed Moon and transiting Sun serve as timing triggers to unfold the promise of the Solar Return chart during the year.
          • The Lunar Return and Other Planetary Returns. These returns add interpretive detail for the time frame related to their orbits. Some astrologers consider returns for each of the planets to reveal development stages according to the nature of that planet and for the duration of its natural cycle.
          • Student Presentations and/or Direct and Converse Movement of the Angles to the Natal Chart; Combining and Refining Basic Chart Timing 
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            enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) Moving the Chart in Time Fri, 16 Aug 2013 21:44:30 +0000
            W110 Moving the Chart in Time - Part 1 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/477-w110 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/477-w110 W110 Moving the Chart in Time - Part 1

            Primary Instructor: Carol Tebbs.

            W110 and W111 are required for the Certificate Diploma. This is not an introductory course. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of the elements of natal chart interpretation and synthesis. 

            This Certificate examines the development of modern Western methods used to understand the cycles experienced throughout an individual’s life. The objective is for students to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the various techniques used by astrologers to understand cycles and change. Students will see how different techniques apply to questions related to psychological development, and the timing of critical events both in the past and as potential predictions for the future. As it is increasingly common for astrologers to have clients without settled birth times, students will also learn strategies and considerations for applying these techniques to chart rectification. The basic approach will include:

            • A study of the theory, history and adherents of various modern western techniques for moving the natal chart in time
            • A study of modern techniques for moving the natal chart to assess and interpret current patterns for assessing the phase, the year, the month, the week and day
            • A comparison of strengths and weaknesses of various techniques of moving the chart in time
            • The process of current pattern chart synthesis and interpretation
            • Understanding the appropriate movement tools for the interpretive scope

            In addition to weekly homework of concepts applied to study charts of public personages, students meet weekly in Live Chat sessions through the GoToMeeting classroom with teacher and/or student presentations on these topics.

            Areas of study for “moving the chart in time” Part I include:

            • Moving the chart with transits, secondary tertiary and minor progressions and solar arc directions

            • Interpreting Solar and Lunar Eclipses

            • The lunation cycle in life stages and variations of the Progressed Moon in interpretation

            • An overview of the history of chart movement techniques in modern western astrology

            Weekly topics include

            • A historical review of modern western astrological methods of chart movement to interpret current patterns relevant to the natal chart from the 16th century to the present.
            • Natural planetary cycles of outer planets as general markers of life stages.
            • Timing Life Events with Outer Planet Transits to the Natal Chart: Study includes: outer planet transits, Jupiter through Pluto to assess the importance of important life events through “stacking-up” or activation of several chart points in a short period of time.
            • Assessing the Year with Solar Arc Directions. Solar Arc Directions, have one advantage over all other methods of moving the chart because it is very easy to spot the approximate timing of activation for important years. Study includes the strengths and weakness of the system.
            • Assessing the Year with Secondary Progressions. Study includes how to apply secondary progressed technique to forecast the unfolding of any year, past present or future, and the strengths and weakness of the system
            • Assessing the Half-year with Solar and Lunar Eclipses. Study includes: the astronomical dynamics of eclipses, the effects of a Solar Eclipse or Lunar Eclipse as it activates natal planets, personal points and houses.
            • Assessing the Year with Transit, Progressed and Directed Lunar Nodes. To understand the current chart patterns more deeply, we must investigate the transits, progressions and directions of and to the Lunar Nodes.
            • Timing Months with the Progressed Moon and the Progressed Moon Phase: including the Progressed New and Full Moons. The progressed Moon serves as a trigger to activate the longer-term (slower) secondary progressions.
            • Timing Months and Weeks with Tertiary and Minor Progressions. These faster timing methods enable the astrologer to interpret particular months and weeks of special interest during the year.
            • Timing a Specific Event within Days with Inner Planet Transits.
            • Selecting the Appropriate Timing Method for the Task. Clients come to an astrologer with questions, only some of which involve current timing. How do you choose what interpretive techniques will best serve the client's needs? 
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              enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) Moving the Chart in Time Fri, 16 Aug 2013 21:20:47 +0000
              W103 Building Delineation Skills http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/465-w103 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/465-w103 W103 Building Delineation Skills

              The primary focus in this course is the practical application of what the student has learned. A good astrologer must also reflect upon their own world view, assumptions and other personal filters. Students will be challenged to explore their own personal filters, attitudes and beliefs as they develop their chart interpretation skills. They will also actively consider and discuss potential client issues and ethical considerations. In addition, students get guidance in how to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to delineation by examining how multiple astrologers approach chart interpretation.

              Topics include:

              • Developing critical thinking skills through examining conflicting views and asking questions about subjects such as house systems, the use of dignities, the use of the nodes, whether there are good and bad planets, or good and bad houses, etc.
              • An exploration of what makes a good or bad astrologer
              • Practice with and evaluation of multiple approaches to delineation
              • Learning how to identify your own filters in yourself and in the natal chart
              • Additional techniques to fine tune the chart
              • Learning to integrate dispositors, Part of Spirit and additional Arabic Lots, the lunation cycle, time lords, decans, fixed stars, retrogrades, planetary speed, derivative houses and more into chart interpretation
              • Introduction to transits
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                enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) Fundamentals of Natal Astrology Sat, 29 Jun 2013 19:13:25 +0000
                W102 Natal Chart Interpretation-Alternate Tools http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/464-w102 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/464-w102 W102 Natal Chart Interpretation-Alternate Tools

                Instructors: Carol Tebbs and Jacqueline Menkes

                The course introduces students to the basics of cosmological symbolism and applications developed in Western cultures and in current use. Beyond planets, houses, signs and aspects, 102 introduces students to natal patterns and chart points that clarify natal interpretation, such as: configurations, essential dignities, sensitive points, house systems, harmonics, asteroids, declinations, Moon phases and the natural cycles of outer planets. This course covers:

                • a comparison of methods in the development of modern astrological traditions;
                • a critique of several areas of astrological study including, systems of planetary interpretation;
                • a comparison of older and newer interpretive systems in current use; and
                • the process of natal chart synthesis and interpretation

                Weekly topics include:

                • An introduction to astrology's roots and the purposes for natal chart interpretation such as spiritual growth, self-knowledge, understanding of past events, prediction of future events, and how that influences the way the chart is read. Does the natal chart show everything?
                • Comparing house systems
                • Finding planetary strength and working with essential dignities and debilities
                • An introduction to harmonics as the foundation of aspects, including an examination of the minor aspects
                • Expanding your interpretative skills with multiple aspects, aspect configurations and aspects created by planetary declination
                • Expanding your interpretation with the moon's nodes, vertex, part of forunte, solstice points, pre-natal eclipse, the Aries point and more.
                • An introduction to the basics of midpoint theory
                • Working with the minor planetary bodies (asteroids and dwarf planets) and an introduction to fixed stars.
                • Working with the lunation phases and planetary cycles in human development in chart interpretation.
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                  enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) Fundamentals of Natal Astrology Sat, 29 Jun 2013 19:12:35 +0000
                  W101 Introduction to Astrological Symbolism and Practice http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/463-w101 http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/diplomas/item/463-w101 W101 Introduction to Astrological Symbolism and Practice

                  Instructors: Tamira McGillivray, Donna Young, Enid Newberg

                  The objective for this course is that, by the end, students will have learned the basics of astrological symbolism and be on their way to successfully synthesizing that knowledge to interpret a chart, even if there is no birth time. To accomplish this goal, the following areas will be covered:

                  • Introduction to the astronomical underpinnings of the astrological chart
                  • Working with Elements, Modes and Polarities to create an interpretation
                  • Examining the construction of meaning within the astrological signs
                  • Getting a start on chart interpretation through the quadrants and Chart Patterns
                  • Looking at the interplay between astronomy and the astrological meanings of the planets; comparing meanings from Hellenistic to modern; introduction to the mythology of the planets
                  • Introduction to the astrological houses and how they are created; the meanings of the Houses and their changes over time; how to use the houses to enhance an interpretation; working with a second house system
                  • The harmonies of the chart - working with the Major Aspects and Aspect Configurations
                  • Introduction to Dignities and Debilities to help hone chart interpretation
                  • Introduction to the sensitive points: the Lunar nodes and the Part of Fortune

                  By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the core meanings for the planets and be introduced to additional sensitive points such as dwarf planets, nodes and Arabic parts. Through an introduction to essential dignities and dispositor trees, student will learn to evaluate what planets are highlighted in the chart. Because the meaning of the signs was stripped to its core, students will be able to see how and where astrologers have inserted additional concepts. This enables students to evaluate whether or not they agree with these additions. Students will also learn how the major aspects are tied to the sign organization as well as mathematical divisions of the 360 degree circle.

                  Students will also have an understanding of the basic structure of the house as divided into hemispheres and quadrants. They will begin to understand the logic between house systems and how interpretation changes when using different systems because they have worked with and interpreted natal charts using two different systems.

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                    enewberg@kepler.edu (Enid Newberg) Fundamentals of Natal Astrology Sat, 29 Jun 2013 19:11:19 +0000
                    ** Spring Term ** http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/item/438-next-term http://kepler.edu/home/index.php/classes/item/438-next-term ** Spring Term **

                    enrollSpring Term starts the week of March 31, 2014

                    Unless noted, all the courses are 10-weeks in length and cost $530.

                    Every term includes both electives (some of which may only be offered once per year) and regularly scheduled Certificate courses. Live meetings will be recorded and students will receive a copy of the recording as part of their tuition.

                    Electives 

                    new-97pxE520C The Recurring and Evolving Soul (5-week workshop begins April 17).

                    Instructors: Joseph Crane and Enid Newberg. Course meets on Thursdays from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time. This workshop is part of a series series on Character, Calling, and Karma. Students will explore the merging of Eastern concepts of karma and reincarnation into Western astrological practice, particularly from the mid-1800's through to Evolutionary Astrology. Each week combines concepts and techniques for exploring the soul's journey.

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                    V100 Mapping Your Destiny: Indian Astrology for the Western Astrologer. 

                    Instructor: Kenneth Miller. Imagine if there was a way to access the details of your life-script (your karma). You could gain understanding of your life purpose, know when to seize opportunity, and have the foreknowledge to remediate difficult circumstances. This is the tradition of Jyotish, the astrology of India. This courses gives you tools to apply the concepts and practices of Indian astrology, including how it can play a healing role in our lives, and how it can be an adjunct to your Western Astrological work.

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                    E300 Astrological Heritage. 

                    Instructor: Inga Thornell. Astrology has a rich heritage stretching back thousands of years. We sometimes think of astrology as just one thing, but different cultures asked different questions as they found meaning in the ever-changing sky. This class offers a survey of the history of astrology, primarily in the West. 

                    CS100 Essential Dignities WorkshopInstructor: Lee Lehman. Cost: $75. How do you determine which planet most often wins in the tug of war in an opposition? What planet in your chart has the most leeway to misbehave? If you are interested in these types of questions or in learning classical techniques such as horary or medical astrology, then you need to understand the use of essential dignities. This course is independent study and has no live meetings. Students will have 4 months to complete their assignments.

                    Symmetrical Astrology  

                    E511 Symmetrical Astrology 2Instructor: Gary Christen. Symmetrical Astrology is a modern framework for astrology comprising the work of Arthur Blackwell, Alfred Witte, Rob Hand and Gary Christen. It affords astrology the possibility of a truely structured form with common rules, observations and methods in keeping with modern times.

                     

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                    Fundmentals Certificate

                    This certificate series provides a solid grounding in the symbolism of Western natal astrology, how the symbolism has evolved over time, how to synthesize and apply that knowledge to delineate a natal chart, and an awareness of the ethical issues involved. By the end of this certificate, students will have gained an understanding of how different philosophies and techniques developed within the Western astrological tradition; will be knowledgeable about some of the controversies that surround different methods, and will have had constant practice in applying what they have learned to chart interpretation. Unless noted, weekly live meetings are generally 1-1/2 hours. Courses offered:

                    • W101 Introduction to Astrological Symbolism and Practice.  Instructors: Tamira McGillivray and Donna Young. Tentative meeting schedule: Tuesdays at 5:00-7:00 p.m. Pacific.
                    • W102 Natal Chart Interpretation - Alternate Tools. Instructors: Carol Tebbs and Jacqui Menkes. Tentative meeting schedule: Sundays at 1:00 p.m. Pacific.
                    • W103 Building Delineation Skills . Instructors: Karen McCauley, Inga Thornell and Judy Holloway. Tentative meeting time: Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific.
                    • W104 Delination: A Practicum for Natal Interpretation. Instructors: Karen McCauley, Inga Thornell and Judy Holloway. Dedicated practice on methods of interpretating natal charts. Live meetings on Sundasy at 5:00 p.m. Pacific.

                    Math Lab

                    • M101 Chart Mechanics Level 1. Instructor: Christine Arens. $150 for non-students; $100 for students
                      Covers the manual calculations needed to create a natal chart. Live sessions are on Mondays at 6:00-7:00 p.m. Pacific.
                    • M102 Chart Mechanics Level 2 Instructor: Christine Arens. $150 for non-students; $100 for students. Covers manual calculation techniques for progressions, directions and more. Live sessions are on Sundays from 5:00-6:00 p.m. Pacific.

                    Moving the Chart in Time 

                    The Movement Certificate examines the development of modern Western methods used to understand the cycles experienced throughout an individual’s life. The objective of this certificate is for students to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the various techniques used by astrologers to understand cycles and change. Students will see how different techniques apply to questions related to psychological development, and the timing of critical events both in the past and as potential predictions for the future. As it is increasingly common for astrologers to have clients without settled birth times, students will also learn strategies and considerations for applying these techniques to chart rectification. Weekly live meetings are 1-1/2 hours.

                    • W110 Moving the Chart in Time, Part 1.  Includes transits, progressions, directions and more. Instructors: Carol Tebbs and Jacqui Menkes. Tentative meeting schedule Sundays at 8 a.m. Pacific
                    • W111 Moving the Chart in Time, Part 2. Includes Solar and Planetary Returns, secondaries, movement to secondaries and more. Instructors: Carol Tebbs and Lana Kirtser. Tentative meeting schedule: Sundays at 5:00 p.m. Pacific 
                    • W112 Moving the Chart in Time, Part 3: Rectification. Not all charts have accurate birth times. This course applies the various techniques from Moving the Chart 1 and 2 to help the astrologer determine the most probable time. Instructor: Carol Tebbs. 

                    The Astrology of Relationship

                    By the end of this certificate, students will how to locate various relationships in the natal chart, apply multiple chart comparison techniques and be able to evaluation different modern Western approaches to the interpretation of relationships. Throughout each course, students will also examine basic counseling issues and ethical considerations involved in reading other people’s charts. Weekly live meetings are 1-1/2 hours.

                    • WR201 Counseling Issues in Astrology Instructors: Karen McCauley and Inga Thornell. Meeting schedule: Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. Pacific. In this course, students will be introduced not only to considerations involved in astrological counseling as a profession, and to the process of working on relationship issues with clients, including finding relationships in the chart, organizing a session, methods of delivering content, ethical issues and referral strategies.
                    • WR203 Intimate Relationships. Instructor: Karen McCauley. Tentative Meeting schedule: Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m. Pacific. Astrology can provide a great deal of insight into the basic dynamics of love and marriage. This course will cover techniques, including comparisons and composites.

                     

                     

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                      kepler@kepler.edu (Kepler) Course Catalog Sat, 16 Feb 2013 20:21:58 +0000