Talk It Out Radio – Sunday, June 23, 7:00 pm, on KPFA Radio (94.1 FM Berkeley and beyond, or livestream at kpfa.org)
Inviting the Whole Self In
Host Nancy Kahn interviews Dr. Alzak Amlani. Alzak addresses the complexity, joy and challenges of embodying our wholeness. He offers perspectives, skills and tools to facilitate this inner journey. Moving towards wholeness means coming into more intimate relationship with various dimensions of ourselves. This includes our personality, body and gender, soul-nature, dreams and aspirations, sexuality and racial-ethnic aspects. Making the unconscious conscious is a meaningful and expansive endeavor. It is also arduous and at times scary. Waking up to our whole self challenges how we see ourselves and who we think we are. Some parts of us are strong and liberate us and and other parts are hurt and afraid. Coming into relationship with all of who we are requires a kind and curious space. This invites more of us to be known and integrated. Listeners are invited to call in to the show at 7:30 pm (dial 1-800-958-9008 or 1-510-848-4425 ) to participate in this conversation.
Dr. Alzak Amlani, Ph.D. is a depth psychologist practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1997. His psychotherapy approach integrates humanistic, Jungian, psychoanalytic, and transpersonal perspectives to support growth and transformation for the whole person—mind, body, spirit. He works with individuals and couples. Dr. Amlani is on the core faculty of Integral Counseling Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, since 2007. He teaches clinical psychology courses for students training to become licensed psychotherapists. Some courses include: Transpersonal Psychotherapy; Clinical Relationship; Integrative Seminar; Inquiry into True Nature—exploring body, personality and the soul; Multi-cultural Counseling; and the Enneagram of Personality and Soul.