Dan Keusal, M.S., LMFT

Jungian Psychotherapy for Individuals & Couples

"Find Your Purpose, Heal Your Pain, Live With Passion"
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Dan Keusal, MS, LMFT Psychotherapist. Phone: (206) 523-1340. Email: dankeusal@dankeusal.com
"The Power Of Stories:
Naming Our Experience,
Deepening Our Possibilities, 
Discovering Meaning." 

An evening workshop with Dan Keusal, M.S., LMFT.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018

NOTE: this is a private event for the 
Woodinville Family Preschool

“Sometimes a person needs a story,
more than food, 
to stay alive." 

~Barry Lopez

What are your favorite stories? How have those stories comforted you, challenged you, inspired you? What role do stories play in shaping a life (including your life as a parent)? What does it mean to embrace the paradox of being the author of your own story, and, at the same time, being a character in a larger story where you don’t know the ending? This mini-workshop will offer, as a starting point, a few ideas from literature, depth psychology, and other sources, and then create space for reflection and discussion as we explore these intriguing and important questions.

DATE: Tuesday, January 23, 2018    
TIME: 7:00 PM 
LOCATION: Northshore United Church of Christ

Dan Keusal, M.S., LMFT has been a Jungian Psychotherapist in Seattle for more than 25 years, and a professional astrologer for more than 20 years. He is a WA state Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, and a past president of the Seattle Counselors Association. He has been invited to speak to a wide range of organizations, including Microsoft, Bastyr University, Seattle Unity Church, The Oregon Dental Conference, The C.G. Jung Society of Vancouver BC, and dozens of other churches, businesses, and community & professional groups. Dan enjoys baseball, movies, acoustic guitar, independent bookstores, and coffee.  

Questions? call or email Dan Keusal: 
(206) 523-1340, dankeusal@dankeusal.com

To listen to the MP3 of "Crow And Weasel,"
click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2. 
Once you've been taken to the listening page, you can right click on the Audio Player and select "Save Audio As" to download the MP3 to your computer​.