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Learning a New Dance:Family Systems and the Search for Self
Saturday, September 30; 9am–3pm
Facilitated by Frederick F. (Fritz) MacDonald PhD, MSSW
Every human system that we interact with from individuals to larger social systems such as families, neighborhoods, organizations and governments have considerable influence in the way we perceive ourselves. All human systems are complex having certain implicit and explicit expectations of us that can either enhance our awakening self or obstruct our development.
This workshop will empower participants to begin to identify the manner in which family systems continue to influence our thoughts and behaviors not only within our families of origin, but also in the larger world regardless of our age, level of education, occupation and socioeconomic status.
Utilizing lecture, film and small group exercises, such concepts as self-differentiation, emotional fusion, emotional cut-off, triangulation, cross-generational transmission, family projection processes and internalization will be defined, identified and discussed.
Specific techniques to begin to develop a greater sense of self-awareness will be a primary focus of this workshop.
Registration is $50 when received by September 8; $65 thereafter, and includes program, materials, and lunch.
Please register by September 15.
Payment in full is due prior to arrival.
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