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Dr. Kim Duckett

Women's Studies Teacher

Warren Wilson College

HQ Phone: (828) 771-2000

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Warren Wilson College

701 Warren Wilson Road

Swannanoa, North Carolina 28778

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1894, Warren Wilson College is a private liberal arts institution located in Asheville, North Carolina. Warren Wilson is the country's only liberal arts college with a national student body and integrated work and service programs. In addition ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Psychology

Teacher

Wheel of the Year

Affiliations

Founder
WHISPER

Founder
Mystery School for Women

Founder
Asheville Rape Crisis Center

Education

Ph.D.

Women's Studies

The Union Institute

Ph.D.

Women's Studies

Union Institute

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10:00am» Female Shamanism Workshop and ...

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10:00am» Female Shamanism Workshop and Classes with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess

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with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess
In many indigenous cultures, Fall and Winter are Underground Times, a time to practice InnerTime pursuits of journeying, dreaming, bleeding, soul making, visioning, ritualizing, resting, letting, letting go.
Let us gather for such a Time, in These Times.All levels and all spiritual traditions welcome.
Kim Duckett teaches Women's Studies at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC.She has been teaching Women's Studies in university settings for over 27 years.She has also been an activist for women since 1974 when she co-founded the Asheville Rape Crisis Center, now known as Our Voice.She also travels monthly to teach Goddess spirituality nationally through the Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess-International.
Dr. Duckett is founder and director of WHISPER, an Asheville based non-profit organization now in its 15th year, that offers classes, events, performances, and rituals that explore and honor women's spirituality.WHISPER is also a school, with a formal curriculum and a Sacred Mystery School for Women, one of just a few formal programs of its kind in the country.Kim's expertise in Women's Studies and her theories regarding the pagan Wheel of the Year as an ancient indigenous shamanic spiritual psychology is the basis of much of the learnings offered through WHISPER and the Sacred Mystery School for Women.
As one who studies and teaches psychology, Dr. Duckett's work crystallized as one of creating a place/ structure/process for women to acknowledge, retrieve, name, release, honor, and heal old pain and anger, as individuals and collectively, and to do so in ways that honor and celebrate women and women's ways of knowing and being.She does this in Circle and calls the foundational process of her work "Ritual," an ancient long-buried shamanic psychology that is reemerging today.In her classes, her pastoral counseling practice, and large community ritual settings, Kim practices, teaches, and shares Circle and Ritual in support of psychospiritual healing, integration, and empowerment of women and womankind.
Kim received her Ph.D. from The Union Institute in Women's Studies and Transpersonal and Spiritual Psychology.She is currently at work on a book about The Wheel of the Year as a Spiritual Psychology for Women.


[10:00am-5:00pm] Female Shamanism ...

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[10:00am-5:00pm] Female Shamanism Workshop and Classes with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess

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with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess
In many indigenous cultures, Fall and Winter are Underground Times, a time to practice InnerTime pursuits of journeying, dreaming, bleeding, soul making, visioning, ritualizing, resting, letting, letting go.
Let us gather for such a Time, in These Times.All levels and all spiritual traditions welcome.
Kim Duckett teaches Women's Studies at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC.She has been teaching Women's Studies in university settings for over 27 years.She has also been an activist for women since 1974 when she co-founded the Asheville Rape Crisis Center, now known as Our Voice.She also travels monthly to teach Goddess spirituality nationally through the Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess-International.
Dr. Duckett is founder and director of WHISPER, an Asheville based non-profit organization now in its 15th year, that offers classes, events, performances, and rituals that explore and honor women's spirituality.WHISPER is also a school, with a formal curriculum and a Sacred Mystery School for Women, one of just a few formal programs of its kind in the country.Kim's expertise in Women's Studies and her theories regarding the pagan Wheel of the Year as an ancient indigenous shamanic spiritual psychology is the basis of much of the learnings offered through WHISPER and the Sacred Mystery School for Women.
As one who studies and teaches psychology, Dr. Duckett's work crystallized as one of creating a place/ structure/process for women to acknowledge, retrieve, name, release, honor, and heal old pain and anger, as individuals and collectively, and to do so in ways that honor and celebrate women and women's ways of knowing and being.She does this in Circle and calls the foundational process of her work "Ritual," an ancient long-buried shamanic psychology that is reemerging today.In her classes, her pastoral counseling practice, and large community ritual settings, Kim practices, teaches, and shares Circle and Ritual in support of psychospiritual healing, integration, and empowerment of women and womankind.
Kim received her Ph.D. from The Union Institute in Women's Studies and Transpersonal and Spiritual Psychology.She is currently at work on a book about The Wheel of the Year as a Spiritual Psychology for Women.
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with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess
In many indigenous cultures, Fall and Winter are Underground Times, a time to practice InnerTime pursuits of journeying, dreaming, bleeding, soul making, visioning, ritualizing, resting, letting, letting go.
Let us gather for such a Time, in These Times.All levels and all spiritual traditions welcome.
Kim Duckett teaches Women's Studies at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC.She has been teaching Women's Studies in university settings for over 27 years.She has also been an activist for women since 1974 when she co-founded the Asheville Rape Crisis Center, now known as Our Voice.She also travels monthly to teach Goddess spirituality nationally through the Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess-International.
Dr. Duckett is founder and director of WHISPER, an Asheville based non-profit organization now in its 15th year, that offers classes, events, performances, and rituals that explore and honor women's spirituality.WHISPER is also a school, with a formal curriculum and a Sacred Mystery School for Women, one of just a few formal programs of its kind in the country.Kim's expertise in Women's Studies and her theories regarding the pagan Wheel of the Year as an ancient indigenous shamanic spiritual psychology is the basis of much of the learnings offered through WHISPER and the Sacred Mystery School for Women.
As one who studies and teaches psychology, Dr. Duckett's work crystallized as one of creating a place/ structure/process for women to acknowledge, retrieve, name, release, honor, and heal old pain and anger, as individuals and collectively, and to do so in ways that honor and celebrate women and women's ways of knowing and being.She does this in Circle and calls the foundational process of her work "Ritual," an ancient long-buried shamanic psychology that is reemerging today.In her classes, her pastoral counseling practice, and large community ritual settings, Kim practices, teaches, and shares Circle and Ritual in support of psychospiritual healing, integration, and empowerment of women and womankind.
Kim received her Ph.D. from The Union Institute in Women's Studies and Transpersonal and Spiritual Psychology.She is currently at work on a book about The Wheel of the Year as a Spiritual Psychology for Women.


Introduction and overview of Female ...

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Introduction and overview of Female Shamanism with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess | Message Circle with Coburn Gardner

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with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess
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with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess
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with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess
In many indigenous cultures, Fall and Winter are Underground Times, a time to practice InnerTime pursuits of journeying, dreaming, bleeding, soul making, visioning, ritualizing, resting, letting, letting go.
Let us gather for such a Time, in These Times.All levels and all spiritual traditions welcome.
Kim Duckett teaches Women's Studies at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC.She has been teaching Women's Studies in university settings for over 27 years.She has also been an activist for women since 1974 when she co-founded the Asheville Rape Crisis Center, now known as Our Voice.She also travels monthly to teach Goddess spirituality nationally through the Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess-International.
Dr. Duckett is founder and director of WHISPER, an Asheville based non-profit organization now in its 15th year, that offers classes, events, performances, and rituals that explore and honor women's spirituality.WHISPER is also a school, with a formal curriculum and a Sacred Mystery School for Women, one of just a few formal programs of its kind in the country.Kim's expertise in Women's Studies and her theories regarding the pagan Wheel of the Year as an ancient indigenous shamanic spiritual psychology is the basis of much of the learnings offered through WHISPER and the Sacred Mystery School for Women.
As one who studies and teaches psychology, Dr. Duckett's work crystallized as one of creating a place/ structure/process for women to acknowledge, retrieve, name, release, honor, and heal old pain and anger, as individuals and collectively, and to do so in ways that honor and celebrate women and women's ways of knowing and being.She does this in Circle and calls the foundational process of her work "Ritual," an ancient long-buried shamanic psychology that is reemerging today.In her classes, her pastoral counseling practice, and large community ritual settings, Kim practices, teaches, and shares Circle and Ritual in support of psychospiritual healing, integration, and empowerment of women and womankind.
Kim received her Ph.D. from The Union Institute in Women's Studies and Transpersonal and Spiritual Psychology.She is currently at work on a book about The Wheel of the Year as a Spiritual Psychology for Women.
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with Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess
In many indigenous cultures, Fall and Winter are Underground Times, a time to practice InnerTime pursuits of journeying, dreaming, bleeding, soul making, visioning, ritualizing, resting, letting, letting go.
Let us gather for such a Time, in These Times.All levels and all spiritual traditions welcome.
Kim Duckett teaches Women's Studies at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC.She has been teaching Women's Studies in university settings for over 27 years.She has also been an activist for women since 1974 when she co-founded the Asheville Rape Crisis Center, now known as Our Voice.She also travels monthly to teach Goddess spirituality nationally through the Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess-International.
Dr. Duckett is founder and director of WHISPER, an Asheville based non-profit organization now in its 15th year, that offers classes, events, performances, and rituals that explore and honor women's spirituality.WHISPER is also a school, with a formal curriculum and a Sacred Mystery School for Women, one of just a few formal programs of its kind in the country.Kim's expertise in Women's Studies and her theories regarding the pagan Wheel of the Year as an ancient indigenous shamanic spiritual psychology is the basis of much of the learnings offered through WHISPER and the Sacred Mystery School for Women.
As one who studies and teaches psychology, Dr. Duckett's work crystallized as one of creating a place/ structure/process for women to acknowledge, retrieve, name, release, honor, and heal old pain and anger, as individuals and collectively, and to do so in ways that honor and celebrate women and women's ways of knowing and being.She does this in Circle and calls the foundational process of her work "Ritual," an ancient long-buried shamanic psychology that is reemerging today.In her classes, her pastoral counseling practice, and large community ritual settings, Kim practices, teaches, and shares Circle and Ritual in support of psychospiritual healing, integration, and empowerment of women and womankind.
Kim received her Ph.D. from The Union Institute in Women's Studies and Transpersonal and Spiritual Psychology.She is currently at work on a book about The Wheel of the Year as a Spiritual Psychology for Women.


What's New Page

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A profound experience of the cycles and seasons of the year and the cycles of women within it facilitated by Kim Duckett.

The Wheel of the Year will be offered beginning in
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For the last few years, Kim Duckett has offered her workshop "The Wheel of the Year: An Earth-Based Spiritual Psychology For Women" at RCG-I's annual Priestess Gathering, to standing room only crowds.This same workshop begins Kim's "A Year and A Day: A Sacred Mystery School for Women" a year-long study through which participants learn about, explore, and celebrate the Wheel of the Year and the "seasons" of their own lives.
Beginning in January '07 the Wheel of the Year program will be offered near Austin,Texas.
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Kim has this to say about her work with the Wheel:
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Kim Duckett teaches Women's Studies at Warren Wilson College In Asheville, NC.She has been teaching Women's Studies in university settings for over 25 years and has been a feminist activist for women since 1974 when she Rape Crisis Center.Kim received her Ph.D. from the Union Institute in Women's Studies and Transpersonal and Spiritual Psychology, with an emphasis in Women's Psychology and Goddess and Women's Spirituality and Ritual.She is the founder/director of
WHISPER: Land of the Sky Chapter of the Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess (Asheville, NC),
"A Year and a Day Sacred Mystery School for Women, and is an ordained Priestess in Goddess and Dianic Wiccan traditions.Kim maintains a counseling practice for women grounded in earth-based shamanic/magical traditions.


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Kim Duckett

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Kim Duckett 2015 lo res Kim Duckett, Ph.D., Priestess, has been teaching women's studies in university settings for nearly 30 years, including classes in women's psychology. She is the founder and spiritual director of WHISPER: Land of the Sky Chapter of the Reformed Congregation of the Goddess - International, in Asheville, NC, where she offers classes, circles, rituals, and A Year and a Day Sacred Mystery School for Women. Kim travels nationally to teach the year-long training of Wheel of the Year as a Spiritual Psychology for Women.

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