«Integral Play AN EXPLORATION OF THE PLAYGROUND AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE PLAYER Gwen Gordon and Sean Esbjörn-Hargens In an effort to understand the ...»
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GWEN GORDON, M.A., began her career designing Muppets for Sesame Street. She has taught transpersonal play to graduate students at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Holy Names University, and Saybrook Institute.
Her articles on play have appeared in the Journal for Humanistic Psychology, Play and Culture Studies, ReVision, and in several anthologies. She leads the mastery-level coaching course for the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) as well as their leadership training and has an individual coaching practice. For more about Gwen, visit http://www.gwengordonplay.com.
SEAN ESBJÖRN-HARGENS, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Program Director of both the Integral Psychology and Integral Theory programs at John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, California. He is CoDirector of the Integral Ecology Center at Integral Institute and the Executive Editor of AQAL: Journal of Integral Theory and Practice.
Sean is a leading scholar-practitioner in Integral Studies. He has published integral explorations on the topics of sustainable development, ecology, intersubjectivity, science and religion, consciousness studies, and play. His articles have appeared in the Journal of Consciousness Studies, Journal of Bhutan Studies, World Futures, and Constructivism in the Human Sciences. He co-edited Ken Wilber’s book The Simple Feeling of Being and recently finished writing a book with environmental philosopher Michael Zimmerman on Integral Ecology, due out next year from Integral Books.