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A Therapist’s View of the Birthchart

November 18 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free - $18


Zoom / Virtual Event
Thursday, November 18, 2021
7:00 to 9:00 PM
Lecturer: Nuno Michaels, ISAR-CAP
$0 to $18

In this lecture will we share insights and reflections on how to look at a birthchart from a therapeutic perspective, in order to gain a sense of purpose, opportunity and methods for change, and empowerment for our clients. It will become clear why Nuno has called his approach “The Astrology of Enlightened Choice.”

MAAS Members attend free and will be emailed a Zoom link to attend in the week prior to the event. (MAAS Members have paid their annual $50 membership dues.)

Non-members may also attend remotely via Zoom for $18. Please pay through PayPal at the link below no later than Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021 to be sent a Zoom link.

Zoom’s virtual door opens at 7:00. The lecture begins at 7:30.



Nuno is from Portugal and has been serving as an astrological counsellor and therapist for a little over twenty years.

A former faculty member of Quiron – Centro Português de Astrologia, Nuno’s approach draws from modern Psychology, Astrology, eastern philosophies, the Ancient Wisdom Teachings, and from his own training as a therapist and healer.

He holds an academic background in Communication Sciences and in Clinical Psychology and is a certified healer by the Brofman Foundation for the Advancement of Healing. He teaches in 3 languages, has hosted his own television program in Lisbon, and done numerous radio broadcasts. He served in the past as ISAR’s VP for Portugal.