Patricia Cashman has an MA from Salve Regina University in Holistic Counseling and Human Development. She is intrigued with philosophy, psychology, and theoretical physics. Patricia has been enjoying the work of Joseph Campbell for over 30 years, and finds that his work never gets old or stale. She enjoys teaching, nature, and filling up her bird feeder. Her feline roommate, Sir Winston Churchill, enjoys bird watching, napping, and snoring. They live in Vermont.
Course Title: MYTHOS: A Metaphoric Journey (Spring Term 2022)
Patty is a knowledgeable and engaging presenter. I learned a lot and rethought some long held beliefs.
Patti's enthusiasm for the subject, and her sharing her insights and knowledge gleaned from years of study made this a thought-provoking and worthwhile class.
Course Title: Comparative Religions: Common Threads (Fall Term 2021)
One of the best in content, pace, and organization that I have attended.
Patty has obviously studied and pondered this subject thoroughly. Her study leader style is enriching and
Course Title: The Heroine’s Journey (Winter Term 2020)
I had hoped to meet interesting people and enjoy the intellectual stimulation I felt sure the class would provide. Both these objectives were met, and the class was also much more personally meaningful than I anticipated.
Course Title: Mythos and Me: A Journey Home (Spring Term 2019)
The discussions/lectures were illuminating and wonderfully conducted by Patricia. She's a brilliant teacher.
It is a rich and imperative subject taught fabulously by Patricia.