Relationships in the Time of Alexa and Siri by David S. Friedman, MBA Friday, June 9th, 6-8 pm Loyola University Chicago, Water Tower Campus

If you text, use FaceTime, or use Facebook you know that technology is altering how people build personal and professional relationships. In this talk, we'll look at how creative use of technology can enhance remote and face-to-face relationships in professional relationships. We'll share a way to assess whether technological tools can support and advance the relationship experience you are trying to provide. With technology, rich and valuable relationships have been created in ways previously believed to be impossible, unthinkable, or very costly. Following the presentation we will invite discussion about experiences, questions and concerns related to internet technology. Cost to attend this seminar is $10. Two (2.0) hours of CEs available to Social Workers, Psychologists, and Counselors for an additional fee (see Registration Page). Free parking will be available with advanced registration. **This seminar satisfies CE requirements for psychologists, social workers and professional counselors** Presenter Bio: David Friedman,MBA, has lengthy experience with Intrapsychic Humanism, including as the Treasurer for Smart Love Family Services. He has experience applying IH principles in business through his firm Bridgewell Partners and an online problem-solving group called Collaborating Minds. He currently is a faculty member and designs Executive Education programs for Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. He has a particular interest in how technology can be used to support education and relationship-building.