Type Academy

Type Academy

Applications of the Survival Strategies Model

$395.25

We are proud to announce our first Virtual Type Academy Program: 

Applications of the Survival Strategies Model

By Eve Delunas, PhD Author of Survival Games Personalities Play and hosted by Susan Nash founder of the Type Academy

Regular Cost for this program:  $395.00

Early Bird Rate: $325.00  (Sign up by September 23 to get this rate!)

Type Association Member: $325.00 until September 23; $345 after September 23

 

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Description

This eight week program consists of four, two-week modules. During the first week of each module you will be given access to a prerecorded 90 minute session with Dr. Eve Delunas, providing an in-depth analysis of one of the four survival strategies. Each of these four training sessions will be available for review at your convenience.

The Improviser (SP) survival strategy of Blackmail

The Stabilizer (SJ) survival strategy of Complain

The Theorist (NT) survival strategy of Avoidance

The Catalyst (NF) survival strategy of Masquerade

During the second week of each module, you will have the opportunity to attend a live, virtual question and answer discussion session with Eve. There will be two of these scheduled at alternate times to accommodate different time zones. For those who miss any of the live sessions, recordings will be posted in a private member area for review.

Modules are scheduled as follows: 

Module One:  The Blackmail Strategy–October 2 to October 13, 2017

Module Two:  The Complain Strategy—October 14 to October 27, 2017

Module Three:  The Avoidance Strategy—October 28 to November 10, 2017

Module Four: The Masquerade Strategy—November 11 to November 24, 2017

Please note: This is an advanced training and participants are required to have a general understanding of the temperament model as presented by Delunas, Nash, Berens, and/or Keirsey. Please email us if you have any questions about this requirement.

 

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