Introducing myself and my journal

Dalila Paulo
Posted July 9, 2010 from Portugal

About Me: Education Field She is a Consultant in project design’s inclusion of Pilar III and IV of Unesco's Recommendations for Education for the 21st Century She is a Trainer of "The Art of Living in Peace" - UNESCO's approved methodology She is a Trainer of the Art of Living Life's Course - Unipaz' s methodology She Designed an International Postgraduate Course on Holistic Education She Designed an International Postgraduate Course on Visionary Leadership She works as Didactic Psychotherapist in Psychotherapy Training Clinical Field She worked for 5 years with institutionalized children due to abandon, abusive and negligent parenting behavior she worked as counselor at the youth support center of the Portuguese Planned Parenthood Association As Psychotherapist She is a 21 years experience psychotherapist. She began her training in this field in Short Dynamic Psychotherapy and evolved into Jungian Psychotherapy, Systemic Body-Mind Psychotherapy, Deep Memory Regression and EMDR. She received also training in Psychodrama, Sociodrama and Transpersonal Psychotherapy. She has training in the fields of Institutional Analysis and Organizational Constellations Spiritual Sapience Field She attended several retreats in the spiritual traditions of Buddhism, Orthodox Christianity and Shamanism Coordenation Field She was the founder and president of the Portuguese Delegation of Unipaz- International University for Peace for 10 years She was a board member of the Portuguese Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy

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  • Jade Frank
    Jul 09, 2010
    Jul 09, 2010

    Dear Dalila,

    Welcome to PulseWire. We are thrilled to have you as a new member in our thriving community of women who are lifting their voices in the name of empowerment and connecting across borders to make positive change for women everywhere!

    I would love to hear more about your work in visionary leadership and the art of living in peace. I think that these are two things that many women here on PulseWire are working in their own ways to achieve and your voice is a valuable addition among us.

    I hope that you will join us in the Ending Gender Based Violence group:

    And participate in our Action Blogging Campaign:

    In friendship, Jade

    Online Community Manager World Pulse