C G Jung Program Guide : Program Newsletter July-Nov 2016
Workshop: Saturday August 20 10:00am– 4pm Being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Aditee Ghate Research has substantially established that there are two survival strategies in different species, in- cluding humans (Kagan, 1994), both associated with responses when engaging with environmental changes. Aron & Aron (1997) pursued these psychobiological differences in order to empirically un- derstand the ‘observe, and then respond’ strategy which has been found in 15-25% of the general population (Kagan, 1994). Their studies resulted in the identification of an inherited temperament, which they named as Sensory-Processing Sensitivity: a uni-dimensional construct associated with high sensitivity to external stimuli. They named these individuals Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) who can be defined as innately reflective—having a greater consciousness about themselves, others, and their environment. This workshop would explore your sensitivity, the role of HSPs in our lives, myths associated with sensitivity and the clinical implications of working with HSPs. Venue: Heatcote Cultural Precinct, 58 Duncraig Rd Applecross. The Kitchen Room, next to the Heathcote Museum and Gallery. See Map on page 4. Cost: $110 (Members), $125 (Concession), $160 (General) Early Booking discounts (up to 1 August =$100 (members) $115 (Concession), $145 (General) There is a restaurant at the Heathcote venue or you can bring your own lunch. Program Guide July—November 2016 PAGE 9 Refund Policy Refund for monies paid (less $25 admin fee) will be given up to 7 days prior to the event. If less than 7 days notice is given, 50 % of the full fee will be refunded until one day before the even, when no refunds will be given.
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