Community Hour at Perkins (CHAP)

Perkins School of Theology

The Perkins community gathers on Tuesdays from 11:30 am – 12:20 pm in Prothro Hall to discuss interesting and relevant topics led by faculty members, guest speakers, and student organizations.  CHAP sessions will be offered during the Fall and Spring semesters.  If interested in sponsoring a CHAP, please contact Laura Figura, our Student Life Coordinator, at



Community Hour at Perkins presents


Archetypes at Work with speaker Heather Carlile, MA, LPC-S

Tuesday, April 23
11:30 am - 12:20 pm
Prothro Hall Room 222 and on Zoom



Do you want to know why your congregation functions or leans more toward
dysfunction? Join this CHAP on “Archetypal Psychology,” a theory uncovering patterns within individuals and cultures “running the show” — visibly or invisibly. In this
introduction to
Archetypes at WorkTM, you begin to assess the positions of your ten personal archetypes.


Archetypes at WorkTM makes these patterns conscious. Once we identify our current
ranking of the roles, we can see where we are on the continuum of
Too Much – Optimal – Too Little. At the center of this model are Five Realms: 
Order, Relationship, Creativity, Change and Action. 

To be effective, we want to be agile in all five of these essential realms of personality, relationships, and leadership. 


Our Speaker is Heather Carlile is a Guild Member for this cutting edge international transformational system. She is also a psychotherapist, trainer and educator. She has been implementing archetypes in mentoring people for over 30 years.