Welcome to Clark University Hybrid Splash

Our next Splash will be November 13, 2022!


ESP Biography



HOLLY ROSEN, ESP Teacher




Major: Psychology

College/Employer: Clark

Year of Graduation: 2016

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Past Classes

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H419: Attachment Theory: The Key to Successful Romantic Relationships in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 25, 2015)
Why do some couples find it easier to communicate than other couples? Why is it that some partners get along without much effort whereas other partners clash despite shared views and similarities? Why is it that some people keep choosing the same unsuccessful partners over and over again? In this seminar, we will explore the art of Attachment Theory, an ideology researched extensively since the 1950's. After this class, many answers to your lingering relationship questions and struggles will hopefully be revealed.


H420: Who Are You and What Do You Want From Life? in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 25, 2015)
Who are you and what makes you different or similar to the person sitting next to you? What are your main goals and fears in life? When are you at your best and worst self? In this seminar, we will explore your individual personality through a longstanding scientifically studied model called the Enneagram. You will understand your identity and internal motivations more after receiving this two hour instruction.


H315: A Personality Exploration: Discovering your True Self through the Enneagram Personality System in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 16, 2014)
Who are you and what makes you different or similar to the person sitting next to you? What are your main goals and fears in life? When are you at your best and worst self? In this seminar, we will explore your individual personality through a longstanding scientifically studied model called the Enneagram. You will understand your identity and internal motivations more after receiving this two hour instruction.


H316: Attachment Theory: The Key to Successful Romantic Relationships in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 16, 2014)
Why do some couples find it easier to communicate than other couples? Why is it that some men and women get along without much effort whereas other men and women clash despite shared views and similarities? Why is it that some people keep choosing the same unsuccessful partners over and over again? In this seminar, we will explore the art of Attachment Theory, an ideology researched extensively since the 1950's. After this class, many answers to your lingering relationship questions and struggles will hopefully be revealed.


H225: A Personality Exploration: Discovering your True Self through the Enneagram Personality System in Splash Spring 2014 (Apr. 13, 2014)
Are all personalities 100% unique? Can we group ourselves into categories and still preserve our individuality? Here is a system where both commonalities among our fellow human beings, and also our individuality is possible. In this two hour intensive class you will be given knowledge about a system that, with an open mind, can enhance your life forever.


H151: A Personality Exploration: Discovering your True Self through the Enneagram Personality System in Splash Fall 2013 (Nov. 16, 2013)
Do our personalities reflect who we really are? What are we hiding from the world? Is it possible that others are hiding the same thing? Are we actually more similar to others than we thought was possible? Here is a classic, research-based model that displays our commonalities with others but also our individualities, qualities unique to us. In this class you will find out things about yourself that you may have never realized before. You will be given knowledge about a model that, with an open mind, can enhance your life forever.


H95: A Personality Exploration: Finding out who you are through the Enneagram Personality System in Splash Spring 2013 (Apr. 20, 2013)
Are all personalities 100% unique? Can we group ourselves into categories and still preserve our individuality? Here is a system where both commonalities among our fellow human beings, and also our individuality is possible. In this class you will be given knowledge about a system that, with an open mind, can enhance your life forever.