Personality: Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together – New!

Personality: Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together – New!
6 sessions • 12 hours

Personality can be defined as “the unique way in which each individual thinks, acts, and feels throughout life” (Ciccarelli, 2015). From the earliest perspectives of Greek and Roman philosophers, to the construction of psychodynamic, behavioral, humanistic, social cognitive, trait, and biopsychosocial theories, these paradigms attempt to explain the essence of our being. Topics include theoretical models and how the influence of family, friends, and major life events shape our personality. Presentation will explore the more commonly used personality tests and include an individual personality assessment. Features a discussion about the symptoms and criteria used by psychologists and psychiatrists to diagnose personality disorders and the impact of these disorders on interpersonal relationships.

Instructor: Barbara Angleberger holds a Master’s in Counseling Psychology, with more than 40 years experience in education. She was a counselor with FCPS and served as an adjunct faculty member and Foreign Language Coordinator at FCC before transitioning to a full-time psychology position for 27 yrs. During that time, she chaired the Social Sciences Department. The courses she taught include: General Psychology, Abnormal Psych., Social Psych, Human Growth and Development, and Psych of Adolescence.

Personality: Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together – New!
ILR935 • 5-digit: 18714
Monday • 10/7-11/11 • 1:00-3:00 PM
Linganore Hall (L Building) • Room L110
Tuition: $30 | Fee: $99 | Total: $129
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only




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