Deah Curry PhD
holds a doctorate in psychology from Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center in San Francisco, and a master of
arts in counseling psychology and adult education from Antioch University Seattle. She is currently an adjunct instructor
at Bastyr University, teaching psychospiritually oriented courses to naturopathic medicine and midwifery students. She offers
workshops on Awaken Your Embodied Wisdom and Anxiety Management for Busy People, and is
a pioneer in an individual counseling focus known as Becoming Shameless. Deah's dissertation---Healing Presence: Experiencing the Medicine of the
Naturopathic Relationship---is now available as a trade book for the psychology and naturopathic medicine audiences.
Her current projects include a text book on grief and loss in midwifery, and several other booklets in the Busy
When she isn't teaching or writing, Deah works with women who feel disconnected
from their true selves, or who are struggling with a health crisis and want to enhance healing. Working towards spiritual
balance and emotional wholeness, she helps clients reconnect with their life force. The mission of her counseling
practice---InnerJourneyWork---is to help women's spirits dance with power and joy.
To view Deah's InnerJourneyWork website, click here.
Steven J Wells is a self-directed, life long learner, with an academic background in multidisciplinary studies and wholistic environmental
design, and long standing interests in such topics as cultural anthropology, philosophy, transpersonal and humanistic psychology,
spirituality, non-ordinary states of consciousness, and healing. His professional experience includes producing events
for a cutting-edge gay cultural arts collective, managing a rural food cooperative while homesteading on 40 acres (without
a mule), and creating and directing a non-profit healing arts community center in Seattle WA, where a wide range of transformative
experiences were encountered by diverse participants.
As an informal independent scholar, Steve is currently engaged in a longitudinal,
heuristic study of the interplay of mental and physical disorders and related psychospiritual states of consciousness.
He loves spending time with plants and in nature.
Steve's website is currently undergoing a thoughtful revisioning. Please return here soon to click through to his site.