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From Aging to Saging: Journeying with Your Archetypes in the Second Half of Life - workshop with Daniel Yalowitz
Sunday, February 17, 2019 - 10:30am to 12:30pm
For all TI and community members interested in learning about C.G. Jung's concept of archetypes, we will explore those particular archetypes we are likely to encounter during the second half of our lives and focus on their impact and influence on our life's journey. The program is based on Daniel's new book, Journeying with Your Archetypes: The Search for Deeper Meaning in Daily Life. It is open to all and presupposes no prior knowledge of Jung or psychology. Books will available for purchase and signing following the program.
About the Facilitator: Daniel Cantor Yalowitz, Ed.D., is a doctorally-trained developmental and cross-cultural psychologist. A TI member, he has traveled to 88 countries and 6 continents and has facilitated a range of diverse programs focusing on play and community building, conflict transformation, intercultural communication, the MBTI (c), diversity, and inclusion. Former Dean and Vice Provost at SIT Graduate Institute, Daniel now serves as a consultant and trainer, and is on the faculty of the Intercultural Communications Institute and Connecting Differences.
Suggested Donation for brunch $5-$10 or bring a dish.
Snow Date: February 24