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Exploring our creative potential as coaches through the lens of Jungian Archetypes

  • May 07, 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Riverbend Church 4214 Capital of Texas Hwy N. Room 5B Austin Texas 78746


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Exploring our creative potential as coaches through the lens of Jungian Archetypes

Presenter: Christian Filli

Swiss psychotherapist Carl G. Jung used the word “Archetype” to describe the recurring patterns found in universal stories which are commonly reflected across cultures, and that we all use as an inner roadmap to guide and make sense of our own lives. In this workshop, we will explore the 12-Archetype model adapted by Dr. Carol Pearson not only as a tool to help us connect with clients’ narratives but also as a path for understanding the way(s) in which we show up as coaches, and as human beings. Recognizing our personal Archetypal profile enables us to identify our core strengths, potential fit with clients, and also, perhaps even more importantly, identify our own blind spots. Moreover, it can stimulate our ability to tap into other facets within ourselves.  These facets can spur creative thinking and makes us more effective in our craft. 

Participants will gain from this presentation:

They will discover ways in which Archetypes can be applied in coaching, from developing client assessment to designing practices or assignments,  to letting go of attachments, identifying points of resonance and dissonance, and bringing one’s whole being into a coaching relationship. b) Enhance our coaching skillset and overall repertoire in a meaningful yet playful manner. c) Provoke some reflection on how to evolve the use of any personality-based model (such as Archetypes) beyond “identity” and onto the realm of integral development. 

Core Competencies credits: 4 CCEUS  : Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client; Coaching Presence; Active Listening; Powerful Questioning; Direct Communication; Creating Awareness; Designing Actions; Planning and Goal Setting

Duration: 4 hours


Riverbend Church

4214 Capital of Texas Hwy N., Room 5B

Austin, TX 78746

(512) 327-3540

Meeting Agenda:

9:45 - 10: PM - Event Check-In
10:00 - 12:00 PM - Morning portion of Workshop

12:00 - 1:00 PM - Lunch on your own (bring or go out)
1:00 - 3:00 PM - Afternoon portion of Workshop

Plenty of free parking!


Whether a coach or not, everyone is welcome to attend our meetings. The following fees cover activities and meeting costs:

  • ICF Local (Austin) Members and Affiliates - $40
  • ICF Global Members, Non-ICF Local Members -$55
  • Guests (Non ICF-Local or Global Members) - $55
We welcome everyone!  


Christian Filli has always been driven by a deep passion for human insight, creativity and leadership. He is the founder of Scyrocco®, an Integral Development practice dedicated to helping individuals and organizations expand their capacity for renewal and growth.

An ACTP certified Integral Coach and holder of a B.A. in Social Communications, he specializes in understanding patterns of human motivation, decoding cultural narratives, and examining how these might affect individuals, organizations, brands, and society at large. 

Christian is a nonconformist at heart, a trend watcher and world citizen. First and foremost, he applies his diverse background, cultural insight and endless curiosity to broadening his own perspective and guiding others, as they navigate an ever more complex global landscape. His ultimate goal is to see people lead more meaningful, harmonious and intentional lives.

Core areas of competence: conscious leadership, creative thinking, cultural insight, social philosophy, lifelong learning, global citizenship, strategic innovation and brand storytelling.

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