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Hope Reconsidered: A Deeper Understanding for Troubled Times

Presenter: Craig Chalquist, PhD

A look at the psychology and folklore of hope, and at the difference between passive and active hope.

Wed, July 1, 2020
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

About this Event

What is there to hope for as everything melts and chaos spreads? Quite a lot, actually. Hope is often mistaken for denial or self-delusion, but at a deeper level, hope can found itself on inspiration and foster new visions of better futures, locally or globally. Join us to see examples of hope at work and move forward together into the ways of practical dreaming.

Outcomes: By the end of this webinar, you will be able to explain why hope is important socially and psychologically, contrast false hope from genuine, strengthen the latter, and give examples of hope in action.

This webinar is part of a two-year “Reenchantment of Psychology” series of mini-classes.

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