About Luz Elena Morey

Luz Elena, pronounced Luce Elayna, is a Colombian-born therapist and professional trainer.  Luz Elena has facilitated transformational expressive arts programs for over 25 years.  A Registered Drama Therapist with NADTA (North American Drama Therapy Association), she is founder and director of Mahalo Art Center, creator of the Gathering in Gratitude process, and co-founder of the Vermont Wilderness School. 

She is director and producer of the film, The Source, a documentary about the Gathering in Gratitude process, and author of the book, Romantic Attraction and the Longing for Bliss, a look at attraction from developmental, evolutionary, spiritual, psychological, biological and cultural perspectives, which is available through Mahalo Art Center.

Luz Elena facilitates creative, earth-based, multicultural, and multigenerational experiences which support individual and communal wellness.  She specializes in building awareness, self-esteem, creativity and healthy community.

As a lifetime educator, artist and performer, Luz Elena is no stranger to visionary work and project-oriented achievement.  Years ago, she created the Kookaburra’s Coffeehouse in Jamaica Plain, MA, and helped create and facilitate several childcare centers. Luz Elena also co-founded the Vermont Wilderness School. She produces and directs many transformational dramatic productions, ceremonies, camps and musical celebrations. 

Luz Elena has a private practice, Inner Wisdom Therapy, in Brattleboro Vermont and offers sessions by phone.  She presents at professional conferences and facilitates retreat intensives for leaders, healers and teachers.  

A member of the Associated Psychotherapists of Vermont, Luz Elena has a masters degree in transpersonal developmental psychology, over 25 years of experience with transpersonal drama therapy and sound healing, and decades of study with healers from North and South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

CONTACT
802-451-9495 
or  luzelena@innerwit.com 
Sessions are $100/hour. 
Sliding scales are available.

Luz Elena, pronounced Luce Elayna, is a Colombian-born therapist, musician, performing artist, teacher and professional trainer.  A Registered Drama Therapist (RDT) with NADTA (North American Drama Therapy Association) she specializes in helping people easily release trauma and effectively embody the inner-wisdom-sourced  creatively evolving true and healthy self. A musician, visual artist, dancer and performing artist since she was a child, Luz Elena has facilitated transformational expressive arts programs for people of all ages for over 30 years and now specializes in training professionals.  Her interest is in creating culture that is whole and balanced.

Luz Elena is founder and director of the Mahalo Art Center and creator of the Gathering in Gratitude process. She is director and producer of the film, The Source, a documentary about the Gathering in Gratitude process, and author of the book, Romantic Attraction and the Longing for Bliss: Lust, Love and the Quest for Wholenessa look at romantic attraction from the perspectives of human development, evolution, spirituality, psychologically, biology and culture. It is available through Mahalo Art Center.  She has published a chapter in the recently released (2013) The Heart and Soul of Psychotherapy, which received a Gold Seal for Literary Excellence and an article about Luz Elena's life work is featured in the September, 2013 Member Spotlight of "Behind the Scenes," a publication of the North American Drama Therapy Association. 

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Luz Elena, pronounces LUCE EL LAY NAH, sitting in front of the set of The Night Passage, from Gathering in Gratitude, 2010,

Luz Elena, pronounces LUCE EL LAY NAH, sitting in front of the set of The Night Passage, from Gathering in Gratitude, 2010,

On-site, at Mahalo Art Center, and abroad, fluently in English and Spanish, Luz Elena facilitates creative, earth-connected, multicultural, and multigenerational experiences which support individual and communal wellness.  She specializes in building awareness, self-esteem, creativity and healthy community.

Currently, Luz Elena runs her therapeutic and professional training practice while directing Mahalo Art Center.  She also produces and directs transformational dramatic productions, ceremonies, camps and musical celebrations, and, occasionally performs musically.

Luz Elena's private practice, Inner Wisdom Therapy, in Brattleboro Vermont, offers personal and group retreat intensives as well as private sessions specializing in releasing blocks, patterns and emotional/mental/behavioral patterns related to trauma and other emotional upsets.  The work also specializes in helping one align with one's inner wisdom and clarity; with one's true, creative and empowered self.  This work is exceptionally fast and effective and is offered with a money back guarantee.

Luz Elena presents regularly at professional conferences and facilitates retreat intensives for leaders, healers and teachers. Luz Elena has  led  trauma release trainings for health care providers in the U.S as well as in Guatemala. 

 A lifetime educator, artist and performer, Luz Elena has been working with very young children, including at-risk and Head Start babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers, for over thirty years. In Brattleboro, she has worked with Early Education Services and the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center's Head Start Arts Partnership for over eight years. In the 1980's Luz Elena helped found a bilingual child care center in Boston. Luz Elena is a Master Instructor with Vermont Northern Lights Career Development Center and has trained hundreds of early childhood providers on how to use multi-cultural expressive arts in their classrooms in order to create an atmosphere of peace and harmony conducive to learning.  

In the 1980's Luz Elena created Kookaburra’s Coffeehouse specifically for the community of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.  In 1999 Luz Elena co-founded the Vermont Wilderness School. 

A member of the Associated Psychotherapists of Vermont (APOV) Luz Elena has a masters degree in transpersonal developmental psychology, over 25 years of experience with transpersonal drama therapy and sound healing, and decades of ongoing study with healers from North and South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

CONTACT
802-451-9495 or  
luzelena@mahaloartcenter.com  
Sessions generate immediate transformational results.
Fee: $200/hour
sliding scales are available