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The Myths of Our Mind

The myths of our mind affect us all. When we are more aware of our personal mythology we can be more effective in evolving the myth of our minds.

The Myths of Our Mind

Estimated watch time: 35 mins 

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Presentation Materials:

Melissa Wright, MS has a master’s degree in linguistics. As a linguist, she has worked as a content analyst, writing coach, conversation analyst, communication consultant, and authorship attribution analyst. She has a certificate in Applied Mythology and writes about using metaphors, mythology, and dreams to help us communicate better in her book – Mythos: A map to myths, metaphors, and dreams. 

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.

Objectives and Summary:

The myths of our mind affect us all. When we are more aware of our personal mythology we can be more effective in evolving the myth of our minds.

After watching their presentation, the viewer will be able to:
  1. Identify and explore the intersections of modern psychology and mythology
  2. Provide insight and techniques for how clinicians can help evolve their personal mythologies using psycholinguistics
  3. Self-reflect on their own personal mythologies and how they impact their clinical work and effectiveness

Presentation Materials:

Melissa Wright, MS has a master’s degree in linguistics. As a linguist, she has worked as a content analyst, writing coach, conversation analyst, communication consultant, and authorship attribution analyst. She has a certificate in Applied Mythology and writes about using metaphors, mythology, and dreams to help us communicate better in her book – Mythos: A map to myths, metaphors, and dreams. 

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.

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