These graduates of the Mandala Certificate Program (MCP) have successfully completed the requirements that they receive instruction from Susanne Fincher and Marilyn Clark during two 5- day Mandala Intensives, take part in supervision in the use of mandalas, and perform and present an independent study project related to mandalas. They have been awarded a Certificate of Completion and are qualified to present mandala teachings based on the work of Susanne F. Fincher, MA, LPC, ATR-BC.
Project: Mandala Workshop Condensed
Cristina Paula e Souza
Marcia Regina Rosa
Project: Mandala Training – A Creative Path Toward Essence
Project: Mandalas and Fibromyalgia
Project: Community Building: Dynamics of Group Mandala Creations
New Orleans, LA
Project: Hildegard Mandalas: An Experiment in Visio Divina
Antonia Van Dyken
Grand Rapids, MI
Project: An experiential exploration of the myth of Inanna, chakras, and the Archetypal Stages of the Great Round of Mandala
Project: Developed materials and themes for creating mandala journals.
Project: Researched various threads of symbolism related to mandalas, and developed mandala collage techniques for a workshop setting.
Project: Handcrafted twelve felt mandalas as she explored the qualities of the twelve stages of the Great Round.
Bragg Creek, AB, Canada
Project: Crafted twelve small wooden mandalas, each depicting an incident in the story of the Celtic goddess Cerridwen.
1551 Jennings Mill Road, Suite2000B
Bogart, GA 30622 (Athens area)
Project: Created workshops integrating yoga and mandalas.
Starr Regan DiCiurcio
The Mandala Studio
Queensbury, New York
Project: Created a personal mandala journal exploring her Irish heritage during a trip to Ireland.
Project: Created a series of greeting cards with mandala designs for coloring on the front.
Project: Explored the divine feminine through creation of a series of mandalas.
Wanda Gail Campbell
Project: Facilitated several spirituality workshops using mandalas.
Project: Compared the Great Round with concepts of deep ecology
Project: Created a series of twelve circular metalwork brooches based on the mandala forms of the Great Round.
Project: Exploring the usefulness of mandalas for the understanding of a trauma complex.
Project: Report on a time limited mandala group with adults.
Glenn Allen, VA
Project: Workshop experience based on Native American Medicine Wheel
Project: Assessing change: a comparison of mandalas and models of change.
Project: Mandala as indicator of results of bodywork intervention based on Chinese energy paradigm
Project: Compared mandalas created daily for several months with concurrent phases of the moon.