Soul-Centered Facilitation:
Serving, Living & Leading From Higher Consciousness

‘What’s next for USM?’ Might it be that one of the best answers to that question can be found by working with the question, ‘How can I use my USM education more fully in my life and thereby assist others in enriching their lives?’

Becoming a successful professional player in this newly emerging world requires new skills that pertain to effective group facilitation. To assist you in bridging this gap, USM is offering a new Program entitled Soul-Centered Facilitation.


So, what’s next for USM? Encouraging and assisting grads to step more fully into their professional/work lives with the skills that pertain to success in areas beyond the individual into business application.”

—Drs. Ron & Mary Hulnick

Program Overview

The 10-Month Certificate Program in Soul-Centered Facilitation (SCF) is comprised of two levels:

  • Level I—Foundations of Soul-Centered Facilitation
  • Level II—Advanced Application in Soul-Centered Facilitation

Both levels of the Program combine in-person classes with a structured online membership. In-person classes for both Program levels meet once per month for ten months, October through July. Level II meets in-person two weekends per month (total), and culminates in a one-week practicum during the summer.

Both Programs build on the foundation of an individual’s commitment to their growth and Awakening.

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Level I

Foundations of Soul-Centered Facilitation

This dynamic 10-month Certificate Program in Soul-Centered Facilitation is for graduates who are called to share the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology into the world. The Program prepares business leaders, educators, workshop facilitators, consultants, coaches, influencers, and change agents as Soul-Centered Facilitators who can effectively support transformation—first and foremost within themselves and then with organizations, groups, and individuals. Level I: Foundations in Soul-Centered Facilitation Program is designed for facilitators—not only traditional workshop or Program facilitators but also those called to develop advanced facilitation skills for making a greater impact in their service and/or professional life.

Classes marry the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology learned through participating in USM’s two-year Program with leading-edge strategies and techniques for facilitating change and transformation used throughout the world with different cultures, organizations, and educational institutions. The ways of being, qualities, practices, tools, and approaches that are requisite for being a highly effective facilitator, which have never before been shared by Ron and Mary, will be revealed. Student-facilitators will participate in a rich, sacred, and innovative educational and practical application process designed to continue their USM education and Awakening while placing greater emphasis on serving as a Soul-Centered Facilitator that utilizes the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology for the upliftment of consciousness on the planet within their own circles of influence.

Level II

Advanced Application in Soul-Centered Facilitation

This unique advanced offering is designed for graduates called to be USM Facilitators and dedicated to service and Awakening as a lifelong process. During this offering, student-facilitators will be given the responsibility to inspire, facilitate, and guide Soul-Centered accountability with a cohort of Second Year students in support of optimizing these students’ educational experience and Awakening. As a Program focused on effective application of the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology, student-facilitators will receive feedback and expand their repertoire of advanced Soul-Centered facilitation tools as a roadmap for eventual qualification as a University of Santa Monica Facilitator. Special emphasis will be placed on each participant’s way of being as one who demonstrates the readiness and dedication to Awaken and live life in a way that models and supports others in living their lives in greater harmony with their Authentic Self and the Clarity, Wisdom, Peace, Loving, Joy, Aliveness, Alignment, and Freedom of their Essential Nature.

Benefits of Level I & II

Benefits of USM’s Soul-Centered Facilitation Program:
Levels I & II

  • Embodying the qualities, attitudes, integrity, accountability, empowered leadership, and Authenticity of the Soul-Centered Professional.
  • Serving as an Inspiring Influence in presentations, meetings, and professional relationships through residing in the qualities of the Authentic Self and mastering the skills of Soul-Centered Facilitation.
  • Learning to effectively facilitate change and transformation with organizations, groups, and individuals, using a combination of leading-edge Goal Line and Soul Line strategies and tools.
  • Walking the talk as a Soul-Centered Facilitator in both personal and professional environments, demonstrating congruence of vision, values, words, behaviors, and actions in service to the upliftment of the human Spirit.
  • Demonstrating commitment to Self-Facilitation (i.e., the healing of unresolved issues) as the key for effectively facilitating others.
  • Enhancing attunement to Spirit and following Divine Guidance in service to Inspired Co-creation, Group Alignment & Synergy, and Team/Individual Evolution.
  • Developing effectiveness in designing Soul-Centered curriculum aligned with the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology.
  • Delivering Soul-Centered curriculum aligned with the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology through Presence, purpose-driven focus, organization, spontaneity, inner-listening, attunement, and practical facilitation skills.

Additional Level II Benefits

Additional Level II Benefits…

  • Demonstrating Soul-Centered facilitation of group vision and dynamics, individual transformation and accountability, and team development.
  • Enhancing individual and team accountability through setting clear expectations, developing a support system, and using Soul-Centered conversations and transformational processes.
  • Gaining greater awareness of energy and dynamics that can emerge during facilitation and effectively working with this energy in service to one’s own and others’ learning, healing, and Self-awareness.
  • Hands-on experience with USM classroom curricular design and how it is utilized to support healing, transformation in consciousness, and Awakening.
  • Practicing some of the essential skills required for becoming a USM Facilitator through facilitating Second Year Accountability Team segments, processes, and sharing.

Faculty

Licia Rester-Frazee, M.A., M.F.T. (USM 1999) spent over 25 years as a professional writer, video producer, and instructional designer for live events and online offerings. As a business consultant and entrepreneur, Licia consulted for multiple Fortune 500 companies and notable organizations, including Microsoft, American Express, Volvo, Honda, NBC, Hanna-Barbera, Philips Interactive Media, University of Southern California, and Amgen. As a member of USM’s faculty, she has facilitated USM’s 10-Month Programs and Workshops for over 15 years. In addition, Licia serves as USM’s Managing Director of Programs, Admissions, and Marketing.
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Mark Samuel, M.A. (USM 1989) has been featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fast Company, Forbes, and Fortune Magazine as a top authority on accountability, teamwork, and leadership. As an author and business consultant, he has facilitated change and cultural transformation within teams from Japan, Korea, China, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, the Netherlands, France, Great Britain, Germany, and Canada. He currently has teams of consultants in Amsterdam serving Western Europe and in Bogota serving Latin America.
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Class Schedule

Level I—Foundations of Soul-Centered Facilitation

Classes meet one weekend a month, October through July.

October 19, 20 & 21
     Make-up Class: November 15  & 16
November 16, 17 & 18
December 14, 15 & 16
January 18, 19 & 20, 2019
February 22, 23 & 24
March 22, 23 & 24
April 26, 27 & 28
May 17, 18 & 19
June 21, 22 & 23
July 19, 20 & 21

Level II—Advanced Application in Soul-Centered Facilitation

In addition to participating in all of the Level I classes (see schedule above), Level II students meet one weekend per month November through June, and it culminates in a one-week practicum during the summer.

November 2, 3 & 4
November 30, December 1 & 2
January 4, 5 & 6, 2019
February 8, 9 & 10
March 8, 9 & 10
April 12, 13 & 14
May 10, 11 & 12
June 7, 8 & 9
Summer Retreat:  August 2–8, 2019

Prerequisites

Completion of a minimum of two years of study in USM’s Spiritual Psychology Program is required for both Level I and Level II students.

Tuition

Level I—Foundations of Soul-Centered Facilitation Program Tuition

Monthly Tuition   $1,250

For the ten months of Classes
10 Months of Classes x $1,250—$12,500
Application Fee (Non-Refundable)—$100
Level I Online Membership* — included (valued at $4,000)

Total Level I: Foundations of Soul-Centered Facilitation Program—$12,600

*Level I Membership Components: Students receive special supplementary education via a robust online membership, including faculty mentoring, peer support, additional tools, and a structured path for their success.

Level II—Advanced Application in Soul-Centered Facilitation Program Tuition

Includes the tuition for both Level I and Level II of the Soul-Centered Facilitation Program

Monthly Tuition  $1,925

For the ten months of Classes plus nine months as Student-facilitators in USM’s Second Year Class Weekends
For the Summer Retreat
10 Months of Classes x $1,925—$19,250
Application Fee (Non-Refundable)—$100
Retreat Room & Board (estimated)—$1,500
Level II Online Membership**—included (valued at $6,000)

Total Level II: Advanced Application in Soul-Centered Facilitation Program—$20,850

**Level II Membership Components: Student-facilitators receive additional, depthful faculty mentoring, peer community support, and “insider” tips and best practices within a private group.

Admissions

Classes began on October 19–21, 2018!

To learn more about USM’s other Programs in Spiritual Psychology, contact USM’s Admissions Team at (310) 829-7402.

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