Ben Tousey (bio)

I talk about spirituality in the twenty-first century. I also focus on the issues that affect gay and lesbian spirituality. And I talk about the future of Christianity as it tries to survive in the new millennium.

Contact:Mr. Ben Tousey
Mailing Address: Ben , Tousey, Washington, United States of America 981445022
Phone:(206) 324-5368
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Dr. Raymond E. Vath, from the University of Washington reports that “Ben Tousey has creatively provided a novel approach to discover the personal symbolism that is manifest in our dreams. As all dreams contain drama, it is interesting that a systematized drama method is used in this book. I am sure many will find this a very useful method to bring clarity out of the fog of dreams that often have left us wondering.”
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Yhabbut Publishing

Fields of Interest:

Coaching/Mentoring, Communication, Creativity, Empowerment, Gender Issues, Humor, Journalism/Writing, Motivation/Inspiration, NLP, Personal Achievement Story, Self Esteem, Spirituality/Religion, Balance in Life, Entertainment, Writing Skills, Metaphysics, Public Speaking

Most Requested Topics/Programs:

  • Gay and Lesbian Spirituality
  • using acting techniques to interpret dreams
  • the future of Christianity
  • why the X-Gay movement cannot succeed

Recent Engagements:

  • Ben is currently in the middle of a book tour for his book "Acting Your Dreams (Using Acting Techniques to Interpret Your Dreams).
Length of presentation:1 hour to full seminars
Travels From:Seattle
Travel Limits:None
Target Audience:Any
AV Requirements:Microphone (preferably lav)


Ben Tousey had his theatrical debut in the third grade where he played a snowman in his school play. Since that supporting role Ben has gone on to play some serious characters with heavy-hitters in the theatrical community. He has worked with Grant Goodeve from Eight is Enough, and Northern Exposure and Barry McGuire form the Broadway Musical “Hair” and the hit song “Eve of Destruction.” The one thing Ben loved more than acting was writing. He has written and directed quite extensively. His most successful directorial project was a highly successful musical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe” which played to sold out audiences. Ben’s dreaming life has always been very active and a powerful source of inspiration. Some dreams were so incredible that Ben had to understand them, so he studied Carl Jung, Anne Faraday, Gayle Delaney, Jeremy Taylor and others to get some insight into his own nocturnal dramas. Later, he studied and received his certification as an NLP (Neuro Linguistic Practitioner) under Rich Anrich. It was only natural, as he continued to write, act and dream that he would eventually combine these techniques to create this groundbreaking approach to understanding dreams.

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