Creating Communities of Caring Seminar

This is a one-day seminar that can be taken in four modules of two hours each. It is designed for nurses. Participants will learn about their own personality structure and dynamics, the six personality types, perceptions, channels, and psychological needs. Individual action plans are offered, as well as strategies to deal with patients and others who are exhibiting signs of psychological distress.

There are no prerequisites.

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Creating Communities of Caring Seminar Outline
  • Introduction
  • Language of Types
  • Personality Structure
  • The Individual’s Personality Condominium
  • Descriptions of the Six Personality Types
  • Personality Type Exercises
  • Contact Perceptions
  • Perception Exercises
  • Perceptual Frames of Reference
  • Speaking the Individual’s Language
  • The Five Personality Parts
  • Personality Parts Exercises
  • The Individual’s Personality Parts
  • Personality Types and Parts
  • The Rule of Communication
  • The Five Channels of Communication
  • Channel and Perception Exercises
  • Personality Phase
  • Research Results
  • Psychological Needs
  • Psychological Needs and How to Treat Patients
  • Dealing with Disgruntled Patients
  • Patient’s Phase Distress Behavior
  • Interventions for Patients in Distress Exercises
  • Distress Sequences for Each of the Six Personality Types
  • Individual’s Phase Action Plan
  • Closure and Evaluation
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    Kahler Communications
    (Washington, D.C.)
    A Division of Process Communications Inc.
    8740 Sleepy Hollow Lane
    Potomac, MD 20854
    (Office) 301-983-8447
    (Fax) 301-299-7033