Temperament and Psychotherapy Lecture on the San Francisco Campus TOMORROW
Temperament and Psychotherapy
What: A lecture and discussion about temperament and psychotherapy
Topics include: what is temperament, what are the normal variations of temperament, how innate temperament influences clinical presentations, how to adapt one’s clinical perceptions and treatment to take into account variation in temperament, and recent research on biological origins of temperament.
When: December 6th, 12:15 to 1:45
Where: Room 217
Speaker: Dr. Elaine Aron
Open for all students, staff, and faculty Presented by Alliant Student Government Association
Food will be provided
Information about our speaker:
Elaine N. Aron, earned her BA from the University of California, Berkeley, her M.A. in clinical psychology from York University in Toronto, and her Ph.D., in clinical depth psychology, from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara. Her main research focus is on the temperament trait of sensory processing sensitivity, on which she has published scientific articles including surveys, laboratory experiments, and neuroimaging studies. Her scientific writings on other topics include books, chapters, and journal articles on close relationships, as well as co-authoring a statistics textbook. Her writing for the general public includes the bestselling Highly Sensitive Person, The Highly Sensitive Child, and The Undervalued Self. In addition to her research and writing, Dr. Aron maintains a psychotherapy practice in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as teaching public and professional workshops.
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