THE HUMAN JOURNEY® materials
- The boxed THJ® Conductor’s Kit comes in a slip-cover tin box featuring the inspiring THE HUMAN JOURNEY® Conductor's Kit label.
- The two “Rehearsal-Phase” card decks (108 cards)
- The Jumbo card deck for the Three Acts of THE HUMAN JOURNEY® Experience (63 cards)
- All cards are produced on heavyweight, tactile cardstock for hardy repeat use.
- Fine, glossy 18” labyrinth-styled game board
- 8 wooden Meeples® implements in 8 different colors
- Beautiful, marbled six-sided die
THJ® can be conducted over Zoom!
- The Online THJ® Conductor's Kit is included with the Training Package.
- Digital versions of the 3 THJ® decks for use on Zoom by THJ® Conductors
- Digital versions of the labyrinth board to share with families
The THJ® Conductor’s Guidebook Accompanies Your Kit
- This thorough, illustrated 50-page Guidebook and Resource Manual includes:
- How to present and guide the total THJ® experience
- How to conduct all four phases of THE HUMAN JOURNEY®
- Deepening your Conducting practice
- Parlaying what you learn as a THJ® Conductor into your other professional work
- How to conduct THJ® fully online
- ... and much more!
How long does THE HUMAN JOURNEY® experience typically take?
Therapists who use THE HUMAN JOURNEY® in their practice will find the experience divides neatly into three sections that can be completed in three conventional sessions.
Who has trained to conduct THE HUMAN JOURNEY®?
• Addictions counselors
• Hospice social workers, chaplains, nurses, and administrators
• Geriatric care managers
• Medical social workers
• Volunteers with facilitation skills
It’s also appropriate for expressive arts and occupational therapists.
How hard is it to learn to conduct THE HUMAN JOURNEY®?
Between Sessions 1 and 2 you’ll have a chance to practice a “Half Journey,” and between Sessions 2 and 3, you’ll conduct a full Journey.
Between your two practices, Sara’s instruction, and having the Conductor’s Guidebook as a reference manual, you’ll have everything you need to be successful.
I'm not a therapist, but I'd still like to provide this experience for families or groups. Can I still train?
Those who have been teachers, consultants, facilitators, yoga teachers, or coaches would be likely to be “naturals,” but if you have the twin skills of “holding space” and “holding firm,” you’ll be successful as a THJ® Conductor.
Is there a minimum age that's appropriate to play?
This is largely a question of attention span, not of the content of the experience itself.