Hope for This Hour: Watch Out for Angry Flying Cows (INTERVIEW) – Carol Wolter-Gustafson

As part of the preparation for Going Global 2013, Carol has agreed to participate in...

Last updated 24 June 2024

As part of the preparation for Going Global 2013, Carol has agreed to participate in an interview with the same title as her presentation at the conference.

Carol invited us to engage with the question “How do we bring ourselves?” when we live in relationships and national groups that find themselves in crisis.

As a species, we are faced with questions about our survival, Carol also invited us to think differently, to consider the possibility that there is “no there, there!” To relinquish our need to decide the destination before we embark, to live in process with the realisation that there is no place to arrive at.

And the angry flying cows? Well, watch the conversation to find out about these!

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Hope for This Hour: Watch Out for Angry Flying Cows (INTERVIEW) – Carol Wolter-Gustafson

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Carol Wolter-Gustafson

Carol Wolter-Gustafson received her Doctorate from Boston University’s Department of Humanistic and Behavioral studies. She taught graduate courses in client-centered theory and practice, philosophical foundations of education, and human development.

Her work in the Person Centered Approach is focused on the theory and practice of using its inherent power to help us cultivate pathways away from the divisive us/them thinking and rhetoric that are personally and systemically destructive and traumatic, and towards facilitating more inclusive perspectives and practices necessary for constructive personal and social change.

She has advanced these themes at International PCA Conferences and Forums, at invited lectures, at University programs in Mexico, the UK, and Brazil, and in journal articles and chapters published by PCCS Books, Springer, and Sage. Since 2011, she has co-facilitated Going Global workshops in the UK, Italy, the USA, and online. She maintains a psychotherapy practice in Boston.