Events

JANUARY 29 – FEBRUARY 3, 2019 

InnerEthics™ and the Journey Beyond Self: Finding the Power and Beauty of Right Relationship

Diane Haug & Kylea Taylor

A Grof Transpersonal Training Module, Joshua Tree Retreat Center, Joshua Tree, CA USA. Discovering ethical Right Relationship with clients and others in our lives requires the same courageous approach to self-discovery that brought us to Holotropic Breathwork® and is just as important for those of us who want to do this work or find Right Relationship to our own inner parts and to the other people in our lives.

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The Ethics of Caring provides a no-blame InnerEthics™ model based on self-compassion and curiosity that supports a willingness to uncover and own our motivations, share with our peers what we have learned from ethical missteps, and make good choices on behalf of our clients and ourselves.

We’ll do breathwork together, learn the InnerEthics™ model, role-play actual challenges we’ve experienced in the practice of Holotropic Breathwork, discuss countertransference, and experiment with the expressive arts via the self-discovery method of SoulCollage®, a creative practice that helps us view and listen to the feelings and counsel of our many parts.

Learn more and register here. 


MAY 26, 2019  

KT-JS-2015Kylea Taylor, MFT, & Jim Schofield, joint managers of SoulCollage Inc., will be speaking with The Netherlands’ SoulCollage® Facilitators just outside Amsterdam, HOLLAND.
For more information: Contact Lucy Schaaphok


JUNE  16 – 23, 2019 

2nd International SoulCollage® Facilitators’ Conference in Italy (Sorano, ITALY)

Keynote Speaker: Kylea Taylor

The Summer Solstice: Seasons, Cycles, and a Time of Fullness. A unique experience blending deep personal insights and playful creative work with immersion in the culture, natural beauty, and culinary delights of a special corner of enchanting Italy. Hosted in the south of Tuscany at the Garden Spa Resort of Sorano Terme. Open only to trained SoulCollage® Facilitators. Log in and learn more here.


JUNE 30 – JULY 6, 2019 

InnerEthics™ and the Journey Beyond Self: Finding the Power and Beauty of Right Relationship

Kylea Taylor with Thomas Liska & Sonja Busch 

A Grof Transpersonal Training Module at The Peace Castle, AUSTRIA.
Discovering ethical Right Relationship with clients (and others in our lives) requires the same courageous approach to self-discovery that brought us to Holotropic Breathwork®  and is just as important for those of us who want to do this work or find Right Relationship to our own inner parts and to the other people in our lives.

Peace Castle

The Ethics of Caring provides a no-blame InnerEthics™ model based on self-compassion and curiosity that supports a willingness to uncover and own our motivations, share with our peers what we have learned from ethical missteps, assemble an inner ethical compass, and make good choices on behalf of others and ourselves.

We’ll do breathwork together, learn the InnerEthics™ model, role-play actual challenges we’ve experienced in the practice of Holotropic Breathwork, discuss countertransference, and experiment with the expressive arts via the self-discovery method of SoulCollage®, a creative practice that helps us view and listen to the feelings and counsel of our many parts.

At this training, participants will receive a print copy of Kylea Taylor’s award-winning book in English, The Ethics of Caring: Finding Right Relationship with Clients. The book also has an English Kindle edition.

Learn more and register here.


SEPTEMBER 13, 2019 – 9:00 -11:30 am

Finding Right Relationship with Clients: An Introduction to InnerEthics™

Kylea Taylor & Selene Kumin Vega, MFT, Ph.D.

A Santa Cruz CAMFT Sponsored Event
Marriage & Family Therapists welcome. – No advance registration needed

Location: Simpkins Swim Center, Mtg. Rm. A, 979 17th Ave., Santa Cruz, CA 95062.

In the therapeutic relationship, it is relationship itself that is at the heart of healing. And ethics and integrity are at the heart of any healing relationship. Ethics codes and laws give us external help in navigating relationship challenges. Augmenting this external approach to ethics with an internal, self-compassionate, self-reflective path lets us get to know our own semi-conscious motivations, so we can provide greater client benefit and reduce client harm, particularly during profound moments with clients.

Learning objectives:

1. Attendees will be able to explain the benefits of self-reflection and self-compassion in finding “right relationship” with a client.

2. Attendees will be able to utilize the InnerEthics™ Chart of Ethical Vulnerabilities to help them identify their own motivations in an interaction with a client.

3. Attendees will be able to recite at least one quick question they can ask themselves to determine whether a potential intervention is in a client’s best interest.

Kylea.Taylor.2018.2Kylea Taylor, M.S., LMFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (California MFC #34901), Ethics Consultant, and author of the expanded, updated book The Ethics of Caring, winner of the 2017 Nautilus Book Award in the “Relationships & Communication” category. A special focus of her practice is helping clients revitalize everyday life by integrating the meaning and extra-ordinary gifts of spiritual emergence, transpersonal experiences and personal paradigm shift phenomena. More >>>

Selene.VegaSelene Kumin Vega, LMFT, Ph.D. is a licensed psychotherapist (California MFC #32604), workshop leader, and dancer, as well as faculty in Saybrook University’s College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences and has served as President of Santa Cruz CAMFT (California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists). She co-authored The Sevenfold Journey: Reclaiming Mind, Body, and Spirit through the Chakras, which has been translated into six languages. More >>> 


Past Events

InnerEthics™ & Right Relationship

Online Education Lecture Series sponsored by the Association of Pre and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH)

“Not your ordinary ethics!” We usually think of ethics as an external moral code we follow as professionals. The InnerEthics™ model is one we can use to examine our own motivations. Before, during, and after taking action with clients, we can look at whether our actions will contribute to the well being of clients and ourselves. This is a practice that helps us discover, by compassionate self-reflection, our own inner ethical compass.