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Sewa International Conducts MBTI Workshop for Couples & Families in Atlanta

Atlanta, GA: Sewa International USA conducted a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) workshop for couples and families with children in Atlanta on December 5th at IACA Sanatan Mandir, Smyrna,GA. This event was offered for free as a service to the community.

The MBTI workshop is the first in a series of workshops planned under the family services project of Sewa International in Atlanta and other cities in the US.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, which was designed to implement the theories of C. G. Jung, is an easy-to-use tool for identifying our natural preferences and strengths. Through short questions and word-pair combinations, the MBTI identifies differing styles of perception, judgment, energy direction and lifestyle. There are no right or wrong “types”; the Indicator simply identifies different kinds of people who like different things, are good at different things, and who sometime may find it difficult to understand one another because of these differences.

Arun Kankani, who is a certified MBTI instructor and currently serves as Executive Vice President of Sewa International,USA, conducted the workshop. The six-hour long workshop, which is interactive with lot of fun and laughter, helps participants know their MBTI score, Identify their personal preferences and how these preferences are similar and different from others and examine how these personality similarities and differences facilitate and block communication in their relationship. The workshop also helps develop and sharpen interpersonal skills that heighten personal effectiveness and helps understand the basic differences between people, allowing them to work together while remaining comfortable with themselves. Overall, this is a very useful tool for self-development and self-understanding. More than 30 participants, that included couples and Families with children, attended the workshop.

The mission of “Family Services” project of SEWA, is a 501(c)(3) Hindu faith-based nonprofit charity, promoting selfless service through its chapters in cities and towns across the United States, is to create awareness about its various humanitarian efforts to help families in critical situation by connecting them with right information and resources and providing a helping hand through a network of volunteers who are certified professional in various fields. Sewa International in theUSAhas 38 chapters in 20 metros and 22 states.

Sewa (pronounced ‘say wah’) is a word in Sanskrit language which translates to service above self (Selfless Efforts for the Welfare of All). Sewa International started in 2003 in theUSAand was inspired by the international Sewa movement that began inIndiain 1989. Internationally, the Sewa movement is active in 17 countries.

To know more about SEWA International please visit or find us on face book at Sewa International USA- Atlanta and join us in the good work.

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