Sept. 22-24: Weekend Workshop for HSPs, Kripalu, Stockbridge, in West Massachusetts
This will be my only speaking on the East Coast in 2017. I was reluctant to travel more right now, but realized that I have not been with the HSPs in the East for a long time.
This workshop will include the definition of the trait and the latest research, then discuss the topics that interest this particular group (usually relationships, coping with overstimulation, anxiety and depression, talking about the trait to others, etc.).
There will be some small groups (by zip code and by interests, such as HS men, HS entrepreneurs, communicating to the public about HS, etc.), and lots of Q and A. Saturday night we will show the movie Sensitive.
October 20: Sensitivity and Introversion as Special Ways of Experiencing Life, a lecture by Susan Meindl in Montreal, Canada
Friday, October 20, 7:30-10:00 p.m.
Workshop Part 1 (open to all):
Saturday, October 21, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Workshop Part 2 (Restricted to mental health professionals):
Saturday, October 21, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
North America’s cultural tendency to overvalue less sensitive and extraverted demeanors means our society’s response to sensitivity is often ambivalent. Faced with a growing chorus of demand for recognition of neurodiversity and temperamental differences, are we challenged to more truly assimilate the value of human differences?
The lecture, sponsored by the Jung Society of Montreal, will present Jung’s thoughts on this and the “projection of shadow” by our culture.
5 OPQ credits for two-part workshop OPQ # RA02193-17 (5 hours)