DR. JORGE CONESA-SEVILLA
School of Maui, USA-HAWAII (English)
FORMER-PRESIDENT / FOUNDING MEMBER
SECTION: Psychotherapy and Mental Health
TITLE: Paleo-Psychology (P)-English
SECTION: Personal growth and Ecological Relationships
TITLE: Entwine: An Ecopsychological Relational Projective Test” (W)-English
Title: Introduction to Entwine: Revised H-T-P as Ecopsychology Relational Projective Tool (Ecological Relational Dialectics).
This workshop will consist of a short-duration art therapy exercise followed by a Power-Point presentation introducing the Entwine approach (system). The Entwine ecopsychological (relational) approach is a revised and re-dedicated personal growth and counseling diagnostic and discourse tool based on theoretical/empirical substantial revisions to the H-T-P projective test. Both the exercise and the presentation are followed by advanced instructions on how to interpret individual results—its theoretical justifications and empirical/practical implications to other psychological models.
Jorge Conesa-Sevilla completed a BA, triple degree in biology, psychology, and philosophy at Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA (1984-89). As a student, he worked for the California Dept. of Fish and Game. He obtained MA and PhD degrees in experimental psychology from The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH (1989-96). Jorge’s research, theoretical, and applied interests have been in the areas of psychobiology, psychophysics, neuro-cognition (psycho-aesthetics and short-term memory), and sleep disorders (Isolated Sleep Paralysis).
He has also produced work in the areas of biosemiotics, deep ecology, evolutionary psychology, and ecopsychology. Presently, he is actively engaged in formulating scientific (evidence-based) proposals for testing and applying “ecopsychology.” He served as the Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief of the journal, The Trumpeter, the longest-lived environmental ethics philosophy journal in North America (since 1983). A long time resident of California (Eureka), he now resides in Hawai’i. When not teaching, Jorge is hiking and tracking feral pigs in the foothills of Haleakala.