Open House

February 12, 2015 | Topic: Compatibility Profiling with Tyson Kennedy, your Profiling Coach

Compatibility Profiling is the process by which we learn to accept diversity in our own and others’ creative expressions. This process enables us to flourish in every relationship we have.

As a relationship coach, Tyson’s spoke on helping people understand their likeness and their differences by building upon that to create greater unity and happiness. Her presentation gave everyone a better grasp of how to interact with people, including family members, friends, business associates, and romantic partnerships.

This evening’s event was filled with a lot of valuable information and laughter.

Enjoy the pictures below.

Presenter: Tyson Kennedy and Marla Brucker

Presenter: Tyson Kennedy and
Marla Brucker


Marla Brucker, welcoming everyone

Marla Brucker, welcoming everyone


Tyson with Jennie and Andrew

Tyson with Jennie and Andrew


Elaine Andreoli, and guests Jessica and Esther

Elaine Andreoli, and guests Jessica and Esther


Susie being profiled by Tyson

Susie being profiled by Tyson


Networking

Networking


Attendees

Attendees


Tyson, profiling Bonnie and Jennie

Tyson, profiling Bonnie and Jennie


Do you want to improve relationships in your life? Compatibility Profiling enables us to flourish in every relationship we have.

“If you are single, my passion is to assist change in partner selection criteria. If you are presently in a relationship, I help couples who are having challenges. This work is also helpful in bettering the relationships you have with your family, friends, and even at work.”

In this one-hour presentation, you will walk away with a better understanding of how to interact with everyone in your life: your family, friends, business associates, and romantic partnerships.

Traditional therapy most often assumes we are broken and need to be fixed. Compatibility Profiling assumes we are exactly where we are supposed to be—our genuine authentic selves. (Read more about this workshop Tyson Kennedy’s work below.)

Join us at our Open House for this inspirational evening. There will be plenty of time to network with other professionals who are generally interested in the power of positive thinking.

A great way to market your self is to donate a service or product to our raffle. When your prize has been won, you will get the chance to share about your business. Bring plenty of business cards.

We will also be sharing information about our next training in Cognitive Behavioral Hypnotherapy.

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Tyson Kennedy

Traditional therapy most often assumes we are broken and need to be fixed. Compatibility Profiling assumes we are exactly where we are supposed to be—our genuine authentic selves.

Profiling is the process by which we learn to accept diversity in our own and others’ creative expressions. Developed by Larry Bryam at Higher Alignment, Institute for Spiritual Partnership, he believes there are seven personal characteristics or behavior patterns that each of us possesses three in various order. By learning that we have our own creative expression (our DNA), we learn neutrality—a deeper understanding of why we or others behave in certain ways.

By becoming aware of our three personal characteristics or behavior patterns and those of others, we can now honor ourselves, which allows for genuine authenticity and that of others without being triggered by our differences.

Profiling is another way to describe compatibility factors that are actual descriptions we use to indicate creative preferences that are aligned with our inner truth of who we are. A basic understanding of the seven behavior pattern compatibility factors can support us in building a sense of cooperation so we can be present with others in a co-creative process.

Once we accept our likeness and differences, we become neutral in our reaction to others. The more we recognize compatibility factors, the less we will take the reactions or responses of others personally.

By tapping into our own creative expressions and acknowledging others for theirs, we begin the process of being our true authentic selves and allow others to be who they are as well. These are the principles of Higher Alignment.

My name is Tyson Kennedy. I’ve been a “self help” junkie ever since my divorce ten years ago. I was in relationship recovery, lost, and feeling broken. Everything I read and every therapist I visited offered good information—invaluable really—but change came at a glacial pace. Change came at a pace I could live with when I began the study of Profiling at Higher Alignment in Boulder, Colorado.

I’ve used Profiling in everything from jury selection, couple challenges, and human resources, selecting the right people for the right job. As a relationship coach, my specialty and passion are helping people understand their likeness and their differences by building upon that to create greater happiness. Please join me on February 12th.

You can contact Tyson at: TysonInDenver@aol.com .