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Sensitive: The Untold Story
Documentary screening and discussion
Dr. Elaine Aron, psychologist and author
Thursday, March 1
7:00-8:30 p.m.
Marin Country Day School
PA – performing arts building
Are you or your child considered “shy” or “sensitive” by others? Do noise and confusion quickly overwhelm you? Do you notice or enjoy delicate scents, tastes, sounds or works of art? Does you child seem sensitive, easily over-stimulated, or have inexplicable meltdowns? You or your child may be a Highly Sensitive Person, like 20% of the entire human population.  Being highly sensitive is a character trait, discovered in 1991 by Elaine Aron, and has changed the lives of many people around the world. The trait typically manifests in people being creative, intelligent, empathetic and wise. About 1 in 5 people are highly sensitive – but most don’t know it. To learn about being highly sensitive and what you can do to thrive successfully in the world, please join us for this documentary screening followed by a Q & A with Dr. Elaine Aron and the filmmakers.

Elaine Aron began the study of the innate temperament trait of high sensitivity in 1991. She is one of the leading scientists studying the psychology of love and close relationships and the author of several books, including, The Highly Sensitive Person: How To Thrive When The World Overwhelms You and The Highly Sensitive Child.

Couldn’t make some past 2017-18 Parent Ed Events? Not to worry, you can view what you missed below:

“The Good Enough Parent: How to have an Imperfect Family and be Perfectly Satisfied”

Dr. Brad Sachs, Psychologist and author of The Good Enough Child


Creating a Player-First Environment in Youth Sports

John O’Sullivan, founder of the Changing the Game Project, youth & collegiate coach, TEDx speaker, and author of Giving Youth Sports Back to our Kids and Is it Wise to Specialize? 

 Please click here to find more information about other past events
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