Adrián Villasenor-Galarza, PhD, is dedicated to exploring the sustainable and regenerative depths and heights of humanity’s potentials. He’s the author of Bioalchemy and Sanación ancestral [Ancestral Healing], the author/editor of the Gran Giro [Great Turning] anthology, and the Spanish translator of Macy’s and Young Brown’s Coming Back to Life. Adrián works internationally with groups and individuals on personal transformation, soul tending, ecopsychology, ancestral healing, eco-ritual, and education for the Earth. He’s putting together the first Latin American intensive training on the Work That Reconnects this summer (2017) in México.
Audiences I work with
Academic settings, clergy, environmental educators, psychologists, etc.
Experience facilitating other events & workshops
What year did you begin facilitating the Work That Reconnects?
I have experience facilitating the WTR, both with lay audiences and in academic settings since 2006. Ever since, the WTR has been present in one way or another in my work, although gradually gaining more precedence. I have a background in Eastern contemplative practices, as well as Earth-based traditions of the Americas. Both of these streams complement my WTR offerings alongside my doctoral focus on "integral ecopsychology."