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The Cycles of Change in our Lives with Pam McLean, PhD.

  • 22 Jun 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • AnyMeeting Webinar: The link to join will be sent to those that register

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The Cycles of Change
in our Lives

Pam McLean, PhD.


Our lives today are measured mostly by cycles and chapters, not by linear accomplishments. Change is now the primary reality that shapes and disrupts our adult lives, invading our psyches at more levels and dimensions than ever before. Yet there is a definite pattern to our human experience of change - just as in nature there are seasons and cycles of the sun; in life when we know the pattern and where we are in it, we can identify the best choices for guiding ourselves, no matter how much change we are enduring.

The MAPP experience is one of personal transformation, one that often redefines who we are and what we do in the next chapter of our life. While we seen patterns in the journey develop across MAPP classes, we don't fully understand process or even how to articulate it. Pam McLean and her late husband Frederick Hudson have spent their careers studying adult development and life transition. Join us for a fascinating discussion of adult learning and change. Through understanding the change process we are able to actively manage our change and support other MAPPsters who are going through their own transition. Pam has graciously shared a chapter of her book LifeForward that will be emailed to those registered for the webinar.


Speaker:


    Pam McLean, PhD., clinical psychologist and master coach and coach supervisor, she is CEO of The Hudson Institute of Coaching and the author of The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching and LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead.



    Registration is free for Supporting and Lifetime members of the MAPP Alumni Association.  

    Registration for Basic members costs $20.  Want to get this webinar for free?   You can pay the $40 dues now to become a supporting member. You'll get free registration for this webinar and for other continuing education webinars coming up in the next 12 months.  

    Registration for the general public costs $25.


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