Hindsight is 2020: Discovering Your Hero’s Journey During a Global Pandemic
How did last year impact you emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually? What stories do you share with others? Who are you in your stories? Being intentional about who you are in your stories and how you share them helps bring meaning to your experiences. In this session, you will learn about Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey (Campbell, 1987) and how to use it as an innovative tool to reframe your perspective, map out your personal journey of the past year, and create a positive mindset for your well-being. Be prepared to reflect, write, and share your connections in this session.
- Learn about the stages of the Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey (1987)
- Apply the Hero’s Journey (1987) to reflect upon their past year
- Connect reflections to Heroism Science Frameworks (Efthimiou & Allison, 2017), Humanistic Psychology, and other Positive Psychology resources
- Share connections to international virtual community
Calls to Action:
- Share your personal map, reflections, and connections with others
- Apply The Hero’s Journey to another area of your life
- Teach someone else about The Hero’s Journey
Mr. Shane Baguyo Seattle University/Seattle Public Schools/SEA Center for Racial Equity - Adjunct Faculty/Program Specialist/Racial Equity CoachMr. Shane BaguyoSeattle University/Seattle Public Schools/SEA Center for Racial Equity - Adjunct Faculty/Program Specialist/Racial Equity Coach
Seattle University/Seattle Public Schools/SEA Center for Racial Equity
Shane Baguyo, M.A., Ed.S., is an Adjunct Faculty at Seattle University in the College of Education. He is also a Program Specialist for Seattle Public Schools and a Racial Equity Coach with SEA Center for Racial Equity. In the past, he has been a school psychologist/school counselor, as well as, a building and central office administrator. Shane has presented at various district, regional, state, and national conferences. Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, he feels blessed to be a speaker at the Pac Rim International Conference.