PSYCHOPATHS: How People with No Conscience Affect Our Lives & How To Deal With Them
This is a fascinating free introduction webinar to a 6-week online course on Jung Platform which will cover the many facets of the psychopathic personality. We will explore how we might live better in a world where people with this condition seem to be gaining prominence. As the presenter, Dr. Aaron Kipnis, puts it the aim of the course is to empower participants to find more sanity in what seems to be becoming an increasingly insane world.
For more information on the free webinar on 17 April 2018 and how to enroll, visit Jung Platform's Event Page on either Facebook or the Jung Platform website.
Jung Platform invites you to join this free introduction webinar during which Aaron will give a taste of what participants can expect to learn during the full 6-week online course starting 24 April 2018. It will not only explore our cultural fascination with psychopaths, but also arm participants to identify psychopathic traits and to better understand how they can affect their everyday lives and personal relationships. It will also examine a range of positive, pro-social, anti-psychopathy trends in our culture – how the opposite end of the psychopathic spectrum brings hopeful movements like extreme altruism, radical philanthropy and conscious compassion.
Date: 17 April 2018
Time: 6pm – 6.45pm PST / 9pm – 9.45pm EST
Cost: Free + receive a free recording afterwards
If you can't make the live webinar, we will send you an audio and video recording of the event afterwards.
About the course presenter
Dr. Aaron Kipnis is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor Emeritus at Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is the author of four acclaimed books, an international speaker, producer of an award winning documentary film and a produced playwright. Many of his past works address themes directly relevant to this webinar. Aaron has been an advisor to the Little Hover Commission on Youth Violence, Harvard Medical School, the California Youth Authority and many other organizations concerned with violence prevention. He lives with his family on Salt Spring Island, B.C.