Director of the Biography and Social Art Program
Patricia is the current director of the Biography and Social Art Program. She is a member of the International Trainer’s Forum and attended the Biography Counseling Course in England. Her training in Spacial Dynamics keeps her flexible and her three grandsons keep her humble. She has been a Waldorf early childhood educator and student of Anthroposophy for over 30 years and currently serves as a mentor and evaluator in many schools. Her two main interests, education and human development, have come together beautifully in biography work as she continues to learn from both the children and adults with whom she works. She loves groups and offers classes and workshops on a variety of topics. She lives in San Diego, CA and travels quite a bit.
Leah has a deep interest in human development and earth evolution, particularly as described by Rudolf Steiner. She is a biography worker and licensed professional counselor (LPC), as well as a faculty member of the Center for Biography and Social Art. She holds a certificate in homeopathy and a Master’s degree in educational psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. She lives in Evanston, Illinois.
Joseph Rubano received his certification in Biographical Counselling from The Biography & Social Development Trust in England in 1993 and a certificate from the Spacial Dynamics Institute in New York in 1999. Thus two of his loves, authentic interaction with others who are striving for something more, and movement that has meaning and beauty have become part of his work in the world. He has been a meditant for over 40 years including over 30 years of devoted working with Anthroposophy. He also has been involved with Native American ceremony since 1979 (it’s a wonder what life brings us!) and incorporates all of this in his work with individuals, couples and groups. He has been offering the True Heart True Mind Enlightenment Intensive and the Desert Solo (Vision Quest) Experience in San Diego and Maine since 2009. He lives and works in Oceanside, CA.
Certified Biography WorkerCoordinator and one of the founders of the Center for Biography and Social Art; adult educator; master fiber artist and early childhood educator. Being a lover of human beings and possessing a deep interest in anthroposophy, she realizes she has been training her whole life for this work. Kathleen lives in Northampton, MA.