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Clemente Speaker Series 2nd Event
February 14 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Clemente Worcester Launches Speaker Series in collaboration with our partners:
The Worcester County Poetry Association, Trinity Lutheran Church
and Worcester Art Museum
Join us for in-depth discussions with writers, artists, and influencers of all dimensions four times a year.
On Tuesday, February 14th from 6-7pm in Trinity Lutheran Church’s Fellowship Hall: we welcome our second guest, Charlie Morse, Dean of Student Wellness at WPI for a program called Valuing Differences.
“It’s an interactive program where I present and discuss material (based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) that helps people understand that differences are often a source of tension between people, but when these differences are recognized and valued, we achieve far better outcomes in our relationships.”
Charlie Morse is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who worked in the Counseling Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute for 30 years, formerly Director for 16 years. His current position at WPI is Dean of Student Wellness, overseeing offices of Health, Counseling, Accessibility and Well-Being. Charlie’s areas of interest include campus community mental health education and suicide prevention, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy based clinical and community development approaches, and team cohesiveness and development strategies. Charlie has served in leadership positions in national and regional organizations focusing on mental health and has published several peer reviewed articles and book chapters pertaining to various aspects of college student mental health.
This Program is open to the public. No Reservations are required.
Clemente Worcester is funded by: Mass Humanities, Greater Worcester Community Foundation, George I. Alden Trust, Anna Maria College, Clark University, Quinsigamond Community College, The Clearbrook Fund of the Greater Worcester Community Foundation and many individual donors. We are grateful to you all.
To learn more about The Clemente Course in the Humanities, Worcester go to their website.