The Divided Self: Rejecting Your Inner Enemy and Reclaiming Your Real Self
In this Webinar:
- Explore the developmental roots of how people become “their own worst enemy”
- Identify how early psychological defenses limit and hurt individuals throughout their lives
- Recognize a “critical inner voice” that turns people against themselves
- Understand the division that exists in all people between a positive “real self” and a destructive “anti-self”Identify how early psychological defenses limit and hurt individuals throughout their lives
- Gain powerful tools to differentiate from one’s “anti-self,” so a person can reclaim who they are and what they want in life
Most people struggle with a divided sense of self. Part of them is on their own side, optimistic, and secure in their goals and abilities. Another part is against themselves, self-limiting, self-critical, and even self-destructive. This 90-minute webinar with Dr. Lisa Firestone will explore the roots of this division and the psychological impact it has on a person’s life.
In her illuminating presentation, Dr. Firestone will explore why people turn against themselves. What holds them back from being who they really are and accomplishing what they seek to accomplish? She will introduce a concept known as the “Division of the Mind” to help explain how a person gets caught between their “real self” and their “anti-self.” And she will introduce transformative techniques to differentiate from this anti-self and conquer a “critical inner voice” that limits people’s lives, goals, relationships, and well-being.
- Discuss developmental factors that leave people divided between a positive, authentic sense of self and a limiting and destructive anti-self
- Describe forces operating within the self, family and society that limit or damage people’s ability to find personal meaning in life
- List the steps of voice therapy
- Explain the four steps in differentiation of self
Once payment is received, you will be emailed a full video recording of this webinar along with all presentation materials.