With this new “pandemic normal,”
events have taken a different spin.
This workshop is held once a week for four consecutive weeks (March 9, 16, 23, and 30 from 1:00-2:30pm PST). Throughout, I’ll talk about what it means to hold these big emotions and metabolize them in community, how to support your nervous system so you can do this work, finding where grief and rage live in your body, and lead you through the practice of witnessing and showing up for each other.
I will assign ‘homework’ every week and participants share a private Facebook group where they can practice and debrief together. As we unearth the patterns and the things we internalized about when and where it’s acceptable to feel and express these feelings, we can begin to shift the way we approach them to better serve ourselves and others.
The goal isn’t to relive our traumas but to learn about all the ways the old patterns of relating are costing us relationship and healing. (and at the end, you get to burn or smash something, so …)
Cost is sliding scale of $200-$500 for the four weeks*
Groups are capped at 10 participants.
Sign up here https://forms.gle/bTQcEASppqiv1KQAA
I’ll be in touch with confirmation and details ASAP.
*if money is an issue, let’s talk
Tuesday, April 14, 5:30pm: Online Reading and Q&A: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/428610183?pwd=cG45ZUNjUEdDMFNLY0tNUFRBMHE2UT09
Saturday, January 18, 3pm at EastWest Bookshop in Seattle: Taught workshop for parents of teens. Come join us and leave with tips and ideas for parenting adolescents with mindfulness and creating stronger connections.
Monday, August 26, 11:00am: Spoke with Allen Cardoza on LA Talk Radio about my new book. Check it out at Answers for the Family
Check out the Seattle Times EducationLab Ignite Speaker Series! The SELF Project was represented among this fantastic group of speakers talking about outside-the-box ideas for teaching and working with kids who aren’t always considered.