Consciousness & Creative Communication – PSY 502

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course examines the experiential basis of the psychology of interpersonal relationships. Study will explore types of inner communications in which we engage the power of attention, levels of interactivity, imagery dialogue, inner communications, mood, our “inner critic” and how it can be countered creatively with the help of an “inner adviser.”

 

 

COURSE SESSIONS AND TOPICS

This course is divided into ten, one-hour sessions. The introductory session, Inner Communication, Part 1 is presented in both audio and video format to better acquaint the student with the instructor.

Session 1 | Inner Communication, Part 1
Session 2 | Inner Communication, Part 2
Session 3 | Inner Communication, Part 3
Session 4 | Inner Communication, Part 4 (Inner Critic Dialog)
Session 5 | Inner Communication, Part 5 (Inner Child)
Session 6 | Outer Communication, Part 1
Session 7 | Outer Communication, Part 2 (Assertiveness)
Session 8 | Outer Communication, Part 3 (Interactive Communications in Relationships)
Session 9 | Higher Communication, Part 1 (Spiritual Communication)
Session 10 | Higher Communication, Part 2

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THIS COURSE

Outcome 1: Students are able to identify the key concepts and strategies essential
to consider and use when dialoguing with own inner advisor, inner critic and inner child.

Outcome 2: Students are able to define and describe in writing five or more
compelling considerations for inner communication incorporating such issues as:
inner adviser, inner critic, inner child and assertive listener.

Outcome 3: Students are able to define and describe the concept
“old tapes” what they are and what they are not.

By the end of the fifth week:

Outcome 4:  Students are able to discuss the theory related to
the impact “old tapes” have on communication with other people.

Outcome 5:  Students are able to recognize and report in writing
examples of “old tapes” from personal and observed experiences.

By the end of the tenth week:

Outcome 6:  Students are able to describe imagery dialogue and the
conditions essential for its effectiveness.

Outcome 7:  Students are able to compare and contrast communication
with God/Spirit/a Higher Power with inner communication and/or with
communication with other people.

Outcome 8:  Students are able to identify key insights as well as the nature
of important or dramatic shifts which that have occurred since beginning
to apply the course material to own personal life.


PROFESSOR

David E. Bresler, Ph.D., LA c | Psychology, UCLA. Acupuncturist. Associate Clinical Professor, Anesthesiology UCLA School of Medicine. Dean, University of Integral Studies. Executive Director, The Bresler Center, Los Angeles, California. President, Academy for Guided Imagery, Malibu, California. White
House Adviser.

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PURCHASE AUDIO / VIDEO

The lecture series from this course is also available for independent study.
>> Click Here to order these course materials.

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