Eugenia Krok, MA holds a Masters Degree in Counseling and Art Therapy along with a certification in Grief Therapy.  Eugenia conducts her work in the mountains of Colorado and in Denver serving her local community individually and through group work while continuing to see astrological clients throughout the US and beyond.  Through her education and experiences, Eugenia utilizes her training in psychotherapy with her enthusiasm for astrology, to bridge access into self-understanding and self-acceptance.

 

Eugenia will be presenting the following workshops at the Astrology Rising Conference:


Accessible Astrology -Utilizing Myth, Metaphor and Visualization

Oftentimes, astrology can seem abstract and distant to the novice client, leaving them confused and bewildered as to how the astrologer has interpreted their information.  As a trained psychotherapist, Eugenia has been able to merge the art of astrology with her training in mental health to help explain astrology in understandable and accessible terms.  In doing so, Eugenia has created unique methods in her practice, utilizing tools such as myth, metaphor, and visualization as a sort of bridge for clients to understand their charts.  Bridging modern day psychotherapy and its practices with astrology has been profound and affecting for clients. In this lecture, Eugenia will present some of these techniques that are particularly effective in conveying astrology to those new to this practice.


Goddess Rising – The Astrology of the Feminist Movement

Have you ever noticed all the planets, except Venus, have been named after… well, men. Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, and so on. The Romans are the foundation of so much western thought, from our calendar system, to ideas of marriage, and yes, to the naming of planets. In current times, we are seeing the rise of the feminine, after awakening to the historical indiscretions towards women. The Asteroid Goddesses represent this energy in the chart. Without acknowledging or utilizing dwarf planets and asteroids, the chart is almost entirely void of explicitly feminine presence. In this lecture Eugenia will describe a variety of asteroids and dwarf planets which she utilizes in her chart interpretation, with feminine archetypal stories from the Greeks, Egyptians, Christian’s and Inuits. We will also explore the rise of the feminine through the historical charts of the feminist movement and of influential feminists.