PHILOSOPHY AS A COUNSELING TOOL (LLI 6088): Over the last decade or so, a movement called Philosophical Counseling has sprung
up. Philosophical counselors, or philosophical practitioners, use philosophical literature
and skills from logic to help people deal with life’s difficulties and the many ways
we can get in the way of our own happiness. We will take a look at the approach taken
by philosophical counseling and discuss its potential benefits as well as its limitations.
MEDICARE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE AND AFTER (LLI 6076): For those aged 65 or more, the Medicare Insurance programs provide a comprehensive set of services: hospitalization, medical insurance, and prescription drugs. But to get the most out of these services, you need to know and understand the services and the options available to you so that you can make the best choices for your personal health plan. Presented in an easy to understand way, you will learn what the Medicare parts A, B, C, and D and related options offer for your healthcare advantages.Time includes an extra hour that will be dedicated to answering questions.
THE ENNEAGRAM: WINDOW TO THE SOUL (LLI 1143): Rosemary Hurwitz introduces the Enneagram of Personality to help you unlock the door
to your deeper self. Enneagrams describe nine types: the good reformer, the loving
giver, the effective achiever, the original romantic, the wise observer, the loyal
skeptic, the joyful adventurer, the powerful protector, and the peaceful mediator.
We may share aspects of several types but are most at home with one. Understanding
this helps you clearly understand your gifts and challenges. Rosemary is a Holistic
teacher, coach, and author. This class is a helpful introduction to the four-week
“Who You Are Called To Be” series offered in spring.
Please note: Not all classes are offered every semester.
Classes are offered at the Harper College Main Campus as well as at our partner locations. Please check the current schedule or call 847.925.6300 to confirm the location of your class.