Open MINDS Institute
Outraged, or Just Out of Sorts?
Making and Keeping Peace in Your Family, Social Club, or Workplace
Thursdays 11 A.M. – 12:45 P.M.
Begins Oct 5 - Ends Nov 2, 2017
$290 | $275 Member Price
$250 each if you enroll in two or more courses.
Instructor: Trevor Mullineaux
Explore the emotional, intellectual and value systems underpinning our discussions in an age of divisiveness and anger using attachment theory, relational interaction, self-awareness and reactivity in a lively discussion format to enlighten and hopefully smooth those pesky “family and friends” discussions. This open-ended workshop offers a road map for those tricky situations impacting our day to day. We are all dealing with the inevitable conflicts, problems, and issues within families and our partnerships. We even feel vulnerable expressing our views in our social relationships, clubs, civic organizations, community charities, and extended social networks. Referencing John Bowlby, Sue Johnson, Jim Coan, Jon Kabat-Zinn, and many more thought leaders in the fields of relationships, self-awareness and meditation, Ms. Mullineaux hopes to spark discussion, and find new ways to look at old problems through the lens of understanding personal reactivity and empathy.
TREVOR MULLINEAUX is an Author, Talk Show Host, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), and ICEEFT Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist (EFT) Supervisor specializing in relational therapy. Trevor believes that our well-being is profoundly affected by the quality of our relationships. Her 2013 book, Forging Healthy Connections: How Relationships Fight Illness, Aging and Depression, proves her theory: the healthier our relationships are, the healthier we are physically, living longer and more productively. She is a founding member of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
To reserve your seat in the Open MINDS Institute, contact the Quick Center Box Office today by phone at 203-254-4010.