Linsay Cornfield

Linsay Cornfield, Cert., Ad. Ed. And Counselling, began her career as an actor, writer and co- director of a social action theatre company throughout the 70s and 80s, including working for Dr. Jean Houston. She has designed and delivered numerous workshops on creativity, body image, visioning new careers, life transitions, sexuality, body/mind awareness, improvisation, ritual and clowning. She has taught courses in adult learning styles and interpersonal communications at Humber and Kikkawa Colleges, and has led workshops for associations and conferences including the Association for Humanistic Psychology, Spirituality in the Workplace, Association for Creative Change in Organisation Renewal and Development, City of Toronto, Ontario Secondary School Board, Habitat Conference. As a graduate of Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in Adult Education and Applied Psychology, Linsay worked as a career counsellor for Jewish Vocational Services and YMCA. She has trained at the Toronto Centre for Psychodrama and Sociometry. Since 1987 she has been working with individuals, couples and groups utilizing psychodrama, gestalt, primal, transpersonal and archetypal psychology, encounter and meditation, working with existential, spiritual emergence, illness, and midlife crisis issues. She is a certified HEP practitioner.