Saturday, March 9, 2019

SPECIAL 2-WORKSHOP EVENT WITH DARIO NARDI!


WORKSHOP #1

Growing Together:
Brains, Personality & Relationships

8:30am • Check-in & refreshments
9:00am to 12:00 noon • Formal presentation
Current SANDAPT members & first-time visitors FREE
Non-members $30 • Full-time students with ID $5

Who gets on well with whom? Do others shape our brains? Is there a neuroscience of teams? In this workshop, we explore how people's brains compare and perhaps influence each other when they work and play closely. Drawing on twelve years of brain data, Dario uses colorful slides and anecdotes about a variety of teams, couples, and families to help understand how we're likely shaping each other. Participants will gain appreciation for individual differences and "type development" occurs in a relational context.We will also briefly explore the influence of age, career, culture, and sex on our development. Simple charts, diagrams, and case studies make this deep topic easily digestible. 

In this interactive session, you will:

  • Get familiar with brain basics
  • Understand how age, career, culture, and sex — as seen through a neuroscience lens — influence expression of type preferences
  • Appreciate how teams and other groupings can express similarities, blind spots, and polarities by brain differences

This workshop has been approved for 3 NBCC CE hours


Lunch break 12:00noon to 1:15pm
No lunch provided
Feel free to brown bag or eat at UTC Mall food court across street


WORKSHOP #2

Jung and Yoga:
Personality-Specific Advice for Body-Mind Practices

1:15pm to 3:15pm • Formal presentation; no refreshments
Current SANDAPT members $15 • Non-members $20
Full-time students with ID $5 (or free if paying for workshop #1)

In 1932, Jung gave four talks on yoga. In the decades after, he spoke and wrote often about yoga and its great potential as a catalyst for the human psyche. Today, in our stressful, wired, and egoic world, we can extrapolate his wise words to a wide range of body-mind practices. At the heart of these practices, we can awaken the Transcendent function, overcome one-sidedness, and grow our psychological and spiritual potential. We will use rich visual imagery and short exercises as prompts for discussing "complex" topics like shadow, ego, and consciousness. Attendance includes a coupon for the "Jung on Yoga" e-book. 

Attendees will:

  • Become aware of Jung’s 4 talks on yoga
  • Understand how Jung used archetypal imagery to convey complex subtle concepts
  • Know type-specific advice to locate or improve one’s body-mind practices
  • Get familiar with a few basic yoga practices related to type

This workshop has been approved for 2 NBCC CE hours


About Our Presenter

Dario Nardi, Ph.D. is an author, speaker and expert in the fields of neuroscience and personality. He holds a current position as Senior Lecturer at University of California (Los Angeles), where he won UCLA's Distinguished Teacher of the year in 2011. His books include Neuroscience of PersonalityJung on Yoga, and 8 Keys to Self-Leadership, among other titles, and he is the creator of the Personality Types iPhone app. Since 2006, Dario has focused his time on conducting hands-on brain research, utilizing insights of real-time EEG. He regularly keynotes conferences and facilitates workshops for professionals around the world.

Venue Location

Marsh & McLennan Agency
Suite 150 (1st floor)
9171 Towne Centre Drive
San Diego, CA 92122

Ample parking behind building.

Join us afterwards for lunch with our speaker at the UTC mall!

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For event questions, contact:
Michael Gaden
SANDAPT Programs Chair
(760) 505-6523
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Upcoming Programs

April 27, 2019
Susan Nash
Enhancing Influencing Effectiveness Using Interaction Style

June 22, 2019
Timi Gleason
Type & Conversational Intelligence

Sept. 2019
TBD

Nov. 2019
TBD


Note:
The Association for Psychological Type International (APTI) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Provider, ACEP No. 5197. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. APTi is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.