Sherene Schostak is a Jungian psychotherapist, author and metaphysician who specializes in helping creative artists transform their addictions and blocks. She has been in private practice in New York City for the past 13 years consulting, writing and teaching. She is the creator and editor of the online astrology magazine, Constellationmag, and the 'Zodiac Dance' DVD and the authentic movement workshops from which it was derived. She is the co-author of 'Surviving Saturn's Return: Overcoming the most tumultuous time of your life' (McGraw Hill) as well as 'The Fate of Your Date' (Chronicle Books) and 'Dog Stars' (Penguin Putnam). She holds a Master's Degree from New York University in Clinical Psychology, a Master's in Educational Psychology from Pace University in New York, and has completed the majority of credits toward a PhD in Psychology from The New School. She is currently the resident astrologer at Elle UK magazine and ElleUK online; she formerly wrote the astrology column for Teen Vogue. Other writing credits/features include: The Benjamin Moore Aurascope Campaign; 'Star Signs' for NBC/iVillage; Lifescript; and reviews in The Mountain Astrologer. Sherene teaches classes and workshops internationally on Astrology, Archetypal Psychology, Eastern Philosophy and Authentic Movement. Yearly pilgrimages to India over the past decade have influenced an Eastern philosophy and approach to her work. Sherene humbly attributes much of her metaphysical knowledge to her spiritual guru Mata Amritanandamayi, and the insight of her late astrology guru, Edwin Steinbrecher and D.O.M.E. She received her astrology certification in 2000 and continues to incorporate D.O.M.E.'s Inner Guide Meditation technique -- a powerful process of integrating Jungian Active Imagination with astrology in her practice. Sherene can be reached at Sherene@constellationmag.com.
Check out Sherene's blog, Jungian Astrology.
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