Psychological sovereignty: The art and science of conscious evolution(20.01 14:00)


Have you ever noticed how your own mind can instantly switch from your most powerful ally to your biggest enemy? And have you ever wondered how to best relate with the chaos swirling inside, while navigating the vast potential of possible futures confronting us each moment? Well, I have (for a while now), and I’d love to share some insights from my journey so far 🙂

What if there was a simple yet comprehensive (evidence-based) model of the core psychological processes that are at the root of both human flourishing and human languishing? And what if there was a global community of researchers and therapists, who’ve spent decades on developing and testing pragmatic procedures to influence these processes? Well, I’m here to tell you this is the case!

Show up at this training session (make sure to bring along both your light and dark sides) if you’d like to a) better understand the promise (and peril) of consciously participating in your own and our collective evolutionary process, b) delve deeper into and play with various models of psychological flexibility (e.g. ACT matrix, Hexaflex, Choice point 2.0…), and c) take some time to assess your current levels of psychological (in)flexibility and complete your introductory “workout” dedicated to strengthening the aspects in most need of your (self)care.

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By the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • understand the essence of psychological sovereignty;
  • remember the chosen model(s) of psychological (in)flexibility;
  • psychometrically assess current levels of psychological (in)flexibility;
  • form a strategy for enhancing psychological sovereignty that fits into their lives.

Trainer: Mitja Černko

Mitja is currently exploring the world through the roles of an aspiring data scientist, psychologist, learning host and social ecologist.
Ever since discovering Acceptance and Commitment Training/Therapy (ACT) and the broader approach of Contextual Behavioral Science (CBS), he is consistently amazed by the usefulness and ubiquity of psychological flexibility processes.
The expertise behind his contribution to OTF have been gathered through the journey of writing his Masters thesis (on the relationship between psychological flexibility and mental health), deepening personal experimentation and hosting multiple (on- and offline) sessions on related topics.
When not playing with data, delivering sessions or helping cultivate the potential of Trainers’ Forum, he enjoys cooking, gaming, martial arts, and snowboarding.”

Prior knowledge required

No prior knowledge required

Length: 2,5h

Track: Wellbeing

Amount of places: 32

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