A One-Day Experiential Workshop
Saturday, April 19, 2018
At our Berkeley Office
Can you say NO and have it be respected?
Do other people hurt your feelings or make you angry?
As a child, were you allowed to express your thoughts and feelings?
Do you worry about hurting other people’s feelings or making them upset,
if you speak your truth?
YOU’LL LEARN POWERFUL METHODS TO:
- Heal childhood boundary wounds
- Learn specific tools to handle communication and relationship difficulties
- Develop and strengthen your ability to have healthy and functional boundaries with other people, and with your own inner negative voices
- Establish physical, sexual, and emotional boundaries that work for you!
Learn what it takes to create relationships that work with friends,
partners, family members, and co-workers!
Learn how to be less reactive to the triggering events in your life
and how to be grounded in your centered self!
Designed to empower you to take care of yourself in relationship
- so that you can feel safe, connected, and nurtured
- so that your “no” can be heard
Designed to help you stop your own inner critic:
- so that you can find peace and serenity
- so that you can trust your own intuition and know your own inner truth
One workshop participant expressed the benefits she gained from our “Creating Healthy Boundaries” one-day workshop this way:
“I did not realize the depth and scope of boundaries. They enter into every aspect of my life. Thank you for helping me realize their significance and for providing me with the tools to establish boundaries.”
If you don’t have good boundaries, you can’t feel safe.
If you don’t feel safe, you can’t be intimate.
Spend the day with us in a refreshing experience of new learning and inspiration!
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5 Continuing Education Credits Available for California RNs, MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs.
FACILITATOR: Daniel Lesny, MA, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Trained by the John Bradshaw Center, Daniel has been helping people develop healthy boundaries and loving relationships for over 35 years.