Type Resources Presents “Shame and the Development of Integrity” about Understanding what one must Acknowledge to Achieve Wholeness on November 12, 2012

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Gain insights into how one must be willing to embrace incapacity regarding the use of certain function-attitudes, and learn a typological definition of integrity and the role of the inferior function-attitude position in achieving integrity.

Beebe’s model brings Jung’s theory of psychological type to life making it one of the most effective tools available for recognizing the triggers to one’s emotions

Using the model developed by Jungian Analyst, John Beebe, M.D., learn to recognize and work through the feelings of shame that surround a person as one works to acknowledge and respect the inferior function-attitude and its role in the psyche. Learn more or register.

Dr. Beebe’s model provides a clear framework for understanding and learning to successfully manage one’s personality without the rigidity that prevents one from honoring the unique situations each person experiences in life. Beebe’s model, once understood, serves as a foundation or reference for one to use when reflecting on daily interactions and thoughts to become more closely whole each day. This understanding moves us beyond viewing ourselves as blameless, allows us to recognize our projections, and achieve a greater sense of integrity as we gain a better understanding of who we are.

“Beebe’s model brings Jung’s theory of psychological type to life making it one of the most effective tools available for recognizing the triggers to one’s emotions,” says Bob McAlpine, president of Type Resources. This workshop will provide guidance on how to acknowledge parts of one’s psyche that has been rejected and the emotions one encounters when these parts of the psyche are engaged.

This workshop is ideal for executive and life coaches, business and sales managers, team facilitators, teachers, trainers, and anyone who engages in helping people.

David Hughey, a former newspaper publisher and the founder and president of the Transition Leading consultancy in Durham, NC, has been impressed with Beebe’s approach. “It’s helped me help my clients—both organizations and individuals—to work more effectively and enjoyably. I expect this workshop to be as outstanding as the previous ones I’ve attended,” says Hughey.

The price for the two-hour workshop is $149. The web discussion will be recorded and the recording will be available to all registrants. Register now or get additional information.

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