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This session is eligible for 1.0 Coach Continuing Education Units (1.0 Resource Development)

SPEAKER: Rev Gina Gilland Campbell
Wed., April 17, 2024
11 a.m.-12 p.m. PT / 2-3 p.m. ET

Continuing Coach Education

Thirty-five years ago, Cynthia Winton-Henry and Phil Porter began a life’s work – to create a practice and philosophy of play.  One piece of that work, the primary colors of movement, provides the foundation for this experiential webinar.  Experiencing these four movements, we learn to identify places of possibility and places of discomfort that live within us and in the work we do with others.  Learning to embody and inhabit each movement with ease and grace brings greater self-awareness to our work, invites us to show up in relationships with deeper authenticity, and makes it possible for us to hold open that same space for others to engage in challenging work with a broader, deeper repertoire of response.  Let’s get moving and see what we notice!


In this session, we will:

  • Experience ourselves as “movers”; learning and practicing the primary colors of movement.
  • Name the ways of moving that come naturally to us and those which present more challenge.
  • Identify the possibilities for enhancing our own repertoire of movement in our coaching, and to articulate what a broader repertoire might bring to our working relationships.
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Gina Gilland Campbell

Rev Gina Gilland Campbell

Rev Gina Gilland Campbell

An ordained United Methodist clergywoman for 44 years, Rev. Campbell serves as adjunct faculty at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. She teaches the practical aspects of worship, preaching and spiritual formation. Previously, as Canon Precentor of Washington National Cathedral, Rev. Campbell directed all services of worship in this national church; breaking barriers both ecumenically and in the interfaith community inviting Muslim’s to pray their Friday Ju’muah prayers in the Cathedral nave, a service that drew international attention; and receiving national attention as the first non-Episcopalian to lead the Cathedral’s worship department and the first United Methodist to preside over Sunday services of Holy Eucharist. As adjunct faculty at the Center for Family Process in Bethesda, Maryland; Rev. Campbell brings a deep understanding of and appreciation for the Family Systems thinking of Murray Bowen and Edwin Friedman to all her work. As a reflective supervisor with the Center for Creative Supervision (CCS), Rev. Campbell understand the transforming impact that resides in the supervisory relationship brings deep presence, care and insights to her work of offering supervision to clergy and coaches. Rev. Campbell and her husband Arch Campbell, a broadcaster, live in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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