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What is Turquoise Psychology?

April 19 at 9:00 am - 10:30 am PDT

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What is Turquoise Psychology?

19 April 2024
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Turquoise psychology is a meta-psychology.

In the Integral epistemology progressive developmental stages are characterized by colors—red egocentric, amber conformist, orange rational, green pluralistic, and then the great leap to teal Integral where there’s felt appreciation for all perspectives. Beyond teal is turquoise, where wise people bond with like-minded others to serve the highest good.

Integral consciousness leads us into a turquoise psychology, a psychology that includes and transcends previous systems and practices. This is a next level of complexity in psychology—a meta-psychology. A turquoise psychology is fundamentally a form of dialectical discourse—two or more people, stable in Integral consciousness, enjoying the dialectic.

Turquoise altitude is characterized by construct aware thinking (both interior constructs and exterior contexts) operating within Integral moral structures. This mode of discourse—turquoise dialectic—is a turquoise psychology/psychotherapy. Put any aspect of human functioning/loving/healing/hurting into a turquoise dialectic and it will become more beautiful, good, and true.

Join Dr. Keith Witt to learn more!

MEET DR. KEITH WITT

Dr. Keith Witt is a licensed clinical psychologist, lecturer and author dedicated to studying, teaching, and creating transformative healing systems.  Keith has been teaching, writing, and practicing psychotherapy in Santa Barbara, California since 1973.

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April 19
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9:00 am - 10:30 am PDT
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Dr. Keith Witt