Cost: $60 (3 workshops included)
Early Bird: $25
At the door: $30
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In this discussion-oriented class, Tova Kreps will explore some Biblical principles that pertain to all types of relationships. Come learn how to apply what the Bible says about relating to your children, families and friends. Date: TBD
For additional information and to register, please contact Tova Kreps at email@example.com
Humans are emotional beings. Oftentimes those emotions become intense and can begin to govern our actions and thoughts. This group will help you become more observant of your emotional processes, in order to decrease the intensity of those emotions, and make healthier choices about how you will respond, rather than react. Contact for date and time
Poetry and Therapy
Poetry, in both its written and spoken form, has healing potentialities that promote self-reflection as well as connection to shared experiences. This group is formatted around the intentional use of the written and spoken word as a catalyst for healing and personal growth. Contact for date and time.
For additional information and to register, please contact Guillermo Cancio-Bello at firstname.lastname@example.org
Breaking the Eggshells: Co-Dependent No More
This group is for women who find themselves providing excessive support to a partner or family member. The group will address boundaries, healthy relationship skills, emotional self-regulation, self-esteem, and more. Contact for date and time • Wayside Baptist or Christ Journey
For additional information and to register, please contact Patricia Slalow at email@example.com
Women whose spouses or partners struggle with sexual addiction often suffer in isolation. Our desire is to create a safe place where women can process and heal from the trauma of betrayal. If this is your experience, the focus of this group will be your own healing. Contact for date and time • Old Cutler Presbyterian Church
“People don’t attend to their painful stories… until they are safe enough and loved enough to face them, and until someone asks and is willing to listen. But… healing waits for the story to be told.” TJK
Facilitator: Tova Kreps, LCSW
Date & Time: TBD
Description: Sometimes, seeing concepts in a different context can help us learn new things. This Equine Assisted Learning workshop will teach some basic principles about human relationships by learning about and practicing them in the realm of horses. The goal of this short training is to introduce elements that influence, for better or worse, all of our relationships, and then to apply new ways of interacting to our own lives for the better!
Spaces are limited
$40 fee to audit (all teaching and observation included)
$60 fee to participate (includes personal practice with horses)
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