Friday, November 14, 2014

Tomorrow ONLINE and at IAC Miami: special course on adolescence

This Saturday at 4 to 7:30 PM EST in Miami (and live online), IAC visiting faculty Veronica Serrano (IAC Brazil) will discuss adolescence, as well as tools for both teenagers and their parents to develop greater coherence with their consciential identity and existential program (life mission), thereby increasing their probability of finding greater self-realization.

Click here for more information and online registration.

Veronica Serrano on her upcoming course


Not only are the physical factors that affect this stage of life taken into consideration, but also multiexistential and multidimensional factors.

The course leads to meaningful self-reflection; not only for the adolescent, but also for the adults who live with consciousnesses of this age group, improving their interconsciential relationships.

Adults will also come to better understand their own reality, as they reflect upon the course of their own adolescence, gaining greater confidence as they prepare for the next steps in their lives.

If you consider that the search for eternal youth - also known as adultescence - is often a source of personal frustration, family problems, and loss of evolutionary opportunities, this is a worthwhile course for both adolescents and adults who want to become more efficient in their evolutionary process and reach their existential completism.

Verónica Serrano is working on her doctoral studies in Social Sciences at the University of Salamanca, where she completed her MA in Translation and Intercultural Mediation in 2013. She has also studied Marketing, Business Administration, NGO Management, and Psychology. She has taught at the IAC since 2001, and has given courses in Miami, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Lisbon, Porto, Madrid, Barcelona, Cali and several cities in Brazil, where she now lives. She teaches and lectures in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. She has researched this topic since 2002, when her daughter, now a medical student, was a teenager.


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