(Live Online Seminar)
Time: July 10, 2018 @ 7:00pm-8:00pm CST
Location: This is a web-based, live and Q&A interactive seminar. It can be accessed from any location, on any device (computer recommended).
Presenters: Len Worley, PhD holds a doctorate in Psychology and works as a consultant in Austin, TX. During the Seminar, Len Worley will be interviewed by Jasmine Singh, PharmD.
About this Seminar: The capacity to feel difficult emotions has evolved in us out of necessity—to equip and motivate us to handle the challenges of life. In and of themselves, they are not inherently a sign of disease, psychological disorder or spiritual immunity. And, in fact, negative emotions can alert us when our lives are out of balance, and if listened to wisely, can guide us towards health and productive relationships. Admittedly, however, negative emotions also hold the potential to overwhelm us, undermine our confidence and cause us to act impulsively or passively endure harmful and unjust situations.
This presentation will highlight the evolutionary advantages of anger, anxiety, depression, shame, and vulnerability, and suggest how to utilize these primal emotions to promote creativity and good in love and work.
Admittance Fee: $1
Accessibility: This event is open to the public, and there are 100 available seats.
How to Register: After completing your payment, you will receive an email with your login information. Please be sure to save this email, and mark the date of the event on your calendar. If you have any questions, or need any help with the process, please contact Arts of Thought via the Contact Us Page.
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