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Where's My Sanity? Applied Concepts: Sanity and Work

BROOKLINE, Mass. - June 16, 2014 - PRLog -- Where's My Sanity? Applied...

Follow-up Workshop for the Where's My Sanity? event: When strong negative forces overwhelm our lives, sanity can't be found in the usual places. We can't find sanity by trying to be more reasonable, more positive, by letting go, forgiving or by trying harder. To find sanity, we need emotional experiences. Not ideas, experiences. This series will address those experiences as they pertain to relationships with partners, children and colleagues. This series is a follow-up to an earlier presentation, but attendance at that event is not a pre-requisite to participation.

Wednesday, June 18

7:00 - 8:30 pm

1.5 CE Credits

$12.00, plus an additional $10 if you would like CE Credits.

Claudia Luiz, Psya.D., author of Where's My Sanity? is a psychoanalyst in private practice. In her writings as well as in her practice, she specializes in translating the convoluted world of mental health jargon and cliches into meaningful language that we can all understand.

Click here to get the book! (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EDYLJCC)

Participants will be able to:
1. Discuss ways to better understand co-workers
2. Discuss ways to better understand the dynamics between co-workers as they pertain to reactions to each other.
3. Discuss interventions of emotional communications that bring about change in dynamics between co-workers.

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