Community Education Series: Everyone Myths: Minding the Myths of Everyday

Community Education Series: Everyone Myths: Minding the Myths of Everyday Conversations


We all have a personal myth path, and the more we follow our intuition, the more we're able to evolve into the person we need to become. Collective myths provide a compass and a language to accomplish this concept we call "personal development."

Speaker: Neil Wright MS, LMC, Degree in Clinical Psychology, LPC, Communication Consultant, and Author

About the Speaker: Neil Wright, LPC has a master's in Clinical Psychology and has worked for over 10 years with individuals of all ages, professions, cultures, and socioeconomic backgrounds in rural, suburban, and urban areas. He has provided individual, couples, and family counseling, as well as developed tailored trainings and consultation services on a wide range of psychological topics. He writes about leadership, psychological, and mythological progression in his books Myths of Mind (Out-Lines & Intro-Struction, Available Now ) and consults with professionals on how to use psychology, mythology, and communication to evolve automatic thoughts and belief systems. He owns and runs his communication consulting company, Temme Meil, with his wife, Melissa Wright, who is a linguist, and author, as well.

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1) Defining what it means to myth and how to evolve myth within our conversations with clients

2) Expanding our consciousness with clients to accommodate new personal myths and develop ourselves accordingly

3) Flavoring artistic communications so our clients, and ourselves as clinicians can have more nuance filled conversation and lives

Time: 2PM-3PM

No credits will be administered for this training.


March 10


02:00 pm - 03:00 pm

Event Category:

The Recovery Village Events

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