Taylor, K. and Diane Haug (February, 2019) InnerEthics™ and the Journey Beyond Self: Finding the Power and Beauty of Right Relationship
A Grof Transpersonal Training Module, Joshua Tree, CA.
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.
I sensed the depth of knowledge and experience that the presenter draws from. Well organized and fluid. She showed interest in participants’ questions and/or need for clarification. ~Carolyn Hanke, LCSW
The lecture slides were excellent info. Situations and role-play were very useful exercises. The insights that I gained from Kylea’s lecture and exercises allowed me to see deeper implications of the ethical issues I confront every day in my therapy practice and often in Holotropic Breathwork®. I will be a better therapist going forward. I am so glad I decided to change some other plans to be here!
Taylor, K. (October, 2018) Not Your Ordinary Ethics! The Association For Prenatal And Perinatal Psychology And Health (APPPAH) – Online Education. 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. This is a practice that helps us discover, by compassionate self-reflection, our own inner ethical compass.
Taylor, K. (October, 2017) The Ethics of Caring. The Association for Prenatal And Perinatal Psychology And Health – Online Education.
Taylor, K. (October, 2016) A Conversation about Ethics. The Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health – Online Education.
Taylor, K. (September, 2016) Imaging Trauma and Re-Associating Dissociation. Symposium: Clinical Applications of SoulCollage® in Los Gatos, California. SoulCollage Inc.
Taylor, K. and Vega, S. (September, 2016) Ethics & SoulCollage® Facilitation. Symposium: The Clinical Applications of SoulCollage® in Los Gatos, California. SoulCollage Inc.
G. Fronsdal and Taylor, K. (August, 2015) What are the range of experiences in non-ordinary states of consciousness; why and how to support them ethically. A Spirit Rock Meditation Teachers’ Training session. Recording on file at Spirit Rock.
Taylor, K. (October 2014). Mentoring Radical Trust and Nurturing Contribution. Conference: Expanding and ReEnchanting the Psyche: The Pioneering Thought of Stanislav Grof. California Institute for Integral Studies. San Francisco, California.
Taylor, K. and Vega, S. (February 2014). Right Relationship: The Ethics of Caring – a video-recorded class available for purchase and download.
Taylor, K. (October 2013). Conference Closure and Community Oracle at the 5th International SoulCollage® Facilitators’ Conference. Stephenson, Washington.
Taylor, K. (January 2012). Right Relationship: Ethics in Breathwork (an interview by Jessica Dibb on The Breathwork Summit.
Taylor, K. (September 2011). Conference Closure and Community Oracle at the 4th International SoulCollage® Facilitators’ Conference. Baltimore, Maryland. Edited video available.
Taylor, K. (November 2009). Conference Closure and Community Reading at the 3rd International SoulCollage® Facilitators’ Conference. Tupac, Arizona.
Taylor, K. (November 2008). Changing Life Patterns with Holotropic Breathwork™. Radio interview.
Taylor, K. (June 2004). Protection, Permission, and Connection: Allies on the Hero’s Journey of Trauma Recovery. Presented at the International Transpersonal Association Conference, Palm Springs, California. (Later included as “The Ritual of Holotropic Breathwork” in Considering Holotropic Breathwork.)
Taylor, K. (May 2001). Trauma and Transformation. A six-day training, presented at the Grof Transpersonal Training in Sedona, Arizona.
Taylor K. (April 2000) The Ethics of Caring. One-day workshop at Change of Heart Center, Baltimore, Maryland.
Taylor K. (April 2000). The Ethics of Caring. Two-day workshop at Body Therapy Institute, Siler City, North Carolina.
Taylor, K. (March 2000). How Stan Grof has Changed the Way We Care for One Another. Invitational conference at Esalen Institute on Stanislav Grof’s work and thought, at Big Sur, California.
Taylor, K. (December 1998). Ethical Issues with Clients Experiencing Profound and Intense States of Consciousness. And, Dying as a Spiritual Emergency: Applying the Grof Cartography to Dying Patients and their Family and Friends. Conference of Hospice Workers. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Taylor, K. (April 1998, August 1999, October 1999) The Ethics of Caring. Presented at the Grof Transpersonal Training in Wilsonville, Oregon.
Taylor, K. (August 1999). The Ethics of Caring. Presented at the Grof Transpersonal Training in Ronchegno, Italy.
Taylor, K. and Haug, D. (April 1998). Jung and the Experiences of Holotropic Breathwork. Rosalupi, Lucco, ITALY.
Taylor, K. (April 1998). The Ethics of Caring. Presented at the Grof Transpersonal Training in Wilsonville, Oregon.
Taylor K. and Ziegler, K (March 1997). The Ethics of Caring. Presented at the American Massage Therapy Association conference in San Francisco, California.
Taylor, K. (June 1996). The Ethics of Caring: Spiritual Countertransference and Transference Issues Which Arise in the Context of Transpersonal Work with Clients. Presented at the Global Inspiration Conference of the International Breathwork Foundation in Alghero, Sardinia, ITALY.
Taylor, K. (August 1995). The Art of Ethical Caring: Honoring the Mystery in Our Healing Relationships. presented at the Association for Transpersonal Psychology conference, Imagination and the Arts: Gateway to the Soul. Monterey,California.
Taylor, K. (June 1995). Ethical Issues Pertaining to Therapeutic Work in Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness. Presented at the International Transpersonal Association conference, Spirit in Action, Santa Clara, California.
Taylor, K. (March 1995). Ethical Issues Pertaining to Therapeutic Work in Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness. presented at the Spiritual Emergence Network Certification Training. Marin Headlands,California.
Taylor, K. and Macy, S. (1993). “Holotropic Breathwork® as an Adjunct to Treatment in a Therapeutic Community,” presented at Creativity of the Human Psyche, third annual conference of the Association for Holotropic Breathwork® International. Paper published subsequently in Taylor, K. (2008). Considering Holotropic Breathwork®.
Duffie, N. [a.k.a. Taylor, K.] (1980). Reaching the Middle Class Female. Women in Crisis Conference, New York, New York.