Power Management Workshops

A Concise Program of Emotional Education hosted at The Museum of the Creative Process

Dr. Albert Levis, M.D. identified the unconscious as a universal harmonic, an orderly conflict resolution or moral process, revamping agnostic psychology into The Moral Science. Our onsite workshops bring together key elements over the course of two (weekend workshop) or four days (mid-week), depending on participant’s scheduling preference.

Workshops combine:

A guided tour of the five permanent art exhibits of the Museum to learn about the Moral Science.
The art exhibits illustrate the structure and function of the creative process reflecting the unconscious as a scientific conflict resolution entity. We call it the universal harmonic. It abides by two scientific phenomena: the formal relational equilibrial scale, and the energetic Simple Harmonic Motion, the pendulum oscillation. This scientific process is the unconscious experienced as an emotional chain reaction resolving conflicts along four alternative paths and in art exhibits installed at the Wilburton Inn.


Developing personal insights by using the brief version of the Conflict Analysis Battery.
The Conflict Analysis Battery (CAB) innovates assessment technology: it is a theory-based battery combining a personality inventory measuring the relational modalities and ten therapeutic projective creativity tasks that reconstruct the syndromal six-role process. The battery is didactic, diagnostic and therapeutic. It identifies one’s relational modality as a pattern that can be modified. The test interpretation is done by the computer as a 7-part report organizing personal information. Statistics and reports from the online delivery demonstrate its clinical effectiveness. The results support the Formal Theory’s understanding of the unconscious as a natural science, conflict resolving entity. They encourage the introduction of the battery in psychotherapy as an emotional education program suitable for the evaluation of clinical cases and the education of the well public.

Playing Moral Monopoly, an educational card game that integrates religions as partial and complementary discoveries of science. 
The Map of the Unconscious is the game board of the Moral Monopoly game. The map, replete with cultural stories, shows that stories have a six-role structure with relational diagnoses. Players learn to detect the features of the stories as how religions evolved as a continuum of discoveries of the alternative modalities of conflict resolution improving family relations. The Moral Science detects mutual respect between the genders as the needed intervention.


Reviewing case studies advancing the concepts of the Moral Science to their applications in psychotherapy, education and politics. 
Students will apply the Formal Theory by examining case studies of former workshop participants and individuals who have completed the CAB. A recent case study examines Donald Trump and the application to relational diagnoses as compared to traditional medical diagnosis, which exemplifies a power management intervention to address the healing of the president. It exemplifies the Formal Theory’s application in an educational manner integrating psychology and morality through the scientific analysis of behavior. It introduces the moral unconscious, method and concepts, wellness diagnostic distinctions, and the new assessment technology. The educational program integrates religions as the alternative approaches to conflict resolution. It recognizes their evolution and completes their mission in healing the person and the world.

Weekend Tuition

Length: 2 Days
Cost: $300 per person
Rooms & Meals: $100-200/night per person

Mid-week Tuition

Length: 4 Days
Cost: $500 per person
Rooms & Meals: $100-200/night per person

Reserve Your Spot

Call or email us to reserve your spot in one of our upcoming workshops.

Email: info@museumofthecreativeprocess.com

Phone: (802) 362-2500

Workshop Location
257 Wilburton Dr., Manchester, VT