With Rabbi Shaya Isenberg, Bahira Sugarman, Lynne Iser, Rabbi Nadya Gross, and Rabbi Victor Gross
A Sage is a person who deserves respect and honor and whose work it is to synthesize wisdom from long life experience and to formulate this into a legacy for future generations.
—The Live Oak Project
- Learn to mentor others in the exciting work of Sage-ing®.
- Learn to be a Wisdom Keeper and teach others to discover their life’s wisdom.
- Learn about the Soul’s journey and how to guide others with their process.
- Bring the Sage-ing® process to your community and friends.
This year-long course provides the training and support that is needed to bring the Sage-ing® work home and to serve as a mentor to others who are embarking on the Sage-ing® path.
As a mentor-in-training, you will learn and/or brush up on the skills needed to work effectively with the Sage-ing® tools, including:
- To communicate the goals and values of Sage-ing®.
- How to use your life skills as a Sage-ing® mentor.
- To guide participants safely through the major Sage-ing® exercises.
During the training period, you will work with a faculty mentor and receive their guidance in designing a mentoring project that utilizes your particular skills and addresses your professional goals. For instance, if you are a congregational rabbi, you’ll have support in introducing the Sage-ing® work to your membership; if you are a therapist, you’ll have help integrating it into your practice.
This training is offered entirely online, and includes:
- A 3-day intensive at the beginning of the year and 4-day intensive at the close
- Two six-part telecourses:
- 1. Exercises & Facilitation and
- 2.Theory & Framework
- Additional elective courses if desired
- Regular conferences with your faculty mentor
- Monthly coaching with your spirit buddy
To enroll in this training, you must
- have successfully completed the two foundation courses, Wisdom of the Heart and Death As Homecoming, which may be taken in any order;
- commit to attending all the required components of the program; and,
- be accepted by the faculty.
Please complete the application form at the bottom of this page.
Program Dates – Cohort 5
Note: this cohort is underway – future cohorts will follow this same pattern – check back for new dates.
Tues-Thurs, June 22 – 24, 2021
11:00 am – 1:30 pm and 3:00 – 5:30 pm, eastern each day
TWO TRAINING COURSES
1. Exercises and Facilitation
Wednesdays, July 14 – August 18 at 12:00 – 2:00 pm, eastern
2. Theory and Framework
Wednesdays, October 6 – November 10 at 12:00 – 2:00 pm, eastern
Mon-Thurs, June 20 – 23, 2022
Chevruta and Faculty Mentor sessions TBD
Students have the option to enroll in any other SLP courses during the year in the Summer, Winter and Spring quarters of 2021/2022
The tuition includes all the required elements: first and final intensives, the two training courses and supervision with a faculty member, plus any elective courses one chooses.
Sliding Scale: $1800 – $3000
please consider what you can offer in this range that is generous within your means
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.