The Developing First-person Historical Performer: ...performing for purpose and social consciousness (Paperback)
Historical performing as in Developing Performer is for a purpose and social consciousness that goes beyond historical education. Historical performing and authentic arts of storytelling are developing genres for emboldening messages and purposes from history. The first step in the education of the art-form is the Emerging Performer. The next step is the advance toward the Developing Performer. Registration, studies, and support for the performers are found at the Institute of Historical Echoes for First-person performers. See institute.historical-echoes.com. Scientific theories of positive psychology facilitate awareness and development of performers purpose and are supported by coaching tools from psychological understanding and relevancy.It is the Developing Performer who reaches deep within the personal self-control to find dedication to authentic historical performances that enable and assist disadvantaged groups in need of heroes, such as Veterans and families or Domestic Violence survivors and more.The Developing Performer Study Guide is to be completed online with seasoned instructors available both in synchronous and asynchronous class times. Developing performers assume a level of Mastery that opens collaboration with Institutions, Libraries, Corporations, Health, and Governmental contracts. The Developing Performer education and earned Certification of Completion demonstrates knowledge and character sensitivities for performance in difficult, historical messages. Conflict is a message and storytelling performance and often exposes the message with increased purpose and meaning.Additional levels of professional historical performance education are found in the Mastery Level and the Fellow Level through the Institute of Historical Echoes programs.Persons who wish to be join the Institute of Historical Echoes and become accredited must successfully complete the relevant professional level and make application. Contact: historical-echoes.com.
Irene L. Nielsen, PsyD is an active educator and performer with the Institute and Historical Echoes. As a Psychologist specializing in Health and Wellness, Dr. Nielsen actively engages students and audiences in altruistic purposes to prepare for dedicated purpose and flow of meaning and satisfaction. Well-being and recovery from adversity are major principles of historical performances with the Developing Performer. Dr. Nielsen has researched and developed more than 12 historical personalities - all of whom demonstrate challenges, inspiration, and resiliency in their stories. Currently, Dr. Nielsen teaches undergraduate and graduate programs in Psychology for Ashford University online.