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Understanding Ourselves in the Midst of Others
Saturday, May 12; 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Facilitated by Frederick (Fritz) MacDonald Ph.D.
"Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom" ~Aristotle
Who we interact with has a profound influence on how we behave and perceive ourselves and others. Human systems, whether an individual or a group, can either foster or obstruct individual growth. Our subconscious need for security and affirmation can lead us to project who we think others want to see rather than who we really are, and we offer up our lazy-susan selves in different circumstances.
This workshop will use the tools of systems theory to help us explore who we are in relation to others and grow in awareness of our behavior and reaction/response patterns. It will illustrate how purposeful human organizations function under stress and show the link to helpful or unhelpful outcomes.
We can improve quality of life together and function more effectively with others in achieving shared goals. The practical models, guidelines and case studies will provide awareness for anyone longing to become a more positive force for healing and cooperation.
The program fee is $55 when received by April 20; $65 thereafter, and includes lunch.
Please register by April 27. Payment in full is due prior to arrival.
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