APT Canada




Mothers & Daughters: Coming Together Through Understanding

Lois Campbell,  MA/ABS RCC, ENFJ,  Debbie Clelland,  MEd.Psych. RCC, INTJ


Within our mother-daughter relationship, we often view each other through the lens of those roles. When mother and daughter are both adults,  we sometimes need to wear other glasses to enhance our understanding of one another.  This interactive session, presented by a mother daughter team, looks at how family of origin and society influence the development of mothers and daughters as individuals.  We will the bring that information to type and its application within this relationship.  Our workshop provides an opportunity to become more aware of the influences that have shaped use into the people we are today, and to strengthen the mother / daughter relationship.

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Last updated: January 28, 2005.