Joy Malek joins The Ego Project to discuss the INFJ Type and the ego work they can do to thrive.
Joy is a licensed Psychotherapist, life coach, educator, and thought-leader who weaves together attachment science, Jungian psychology, and personality theory to support those who identify with the INFJ type and/or HSP (Highly Sensitive Person).
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Topics Joy, Cristine, and Lisa discuss:
-The Cognitive Functions of the INFJ Personality
-The strengths and challenges of the INFJ cognitive functions
-The importance of solitude, unstructured time, and reflection for the INFJ Type
-The ego wounding that impacts many INFJs
-How the INFJ Type can learn to use their functions to set healthy boundaries and manage over-extending themselves
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About The Ego Project:
The Ego Project, hosted by Cristine Seidell and Lisa Heidle, explores how the ego informs and impacts our relationship with self and others.
-Cristine Seidell is a Therapist and the Academy Director of Rise Therapy Center in Roswell, Georgia.
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-Lisa Heidle is an author, creativity workshop leader, and entrepreneur currently living in the Pacific Northwest.
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