Transformative Healing and Self-Care Skills Workshop
We all have the capacity to heal ourselves. Heal, derived from an old word meaning whole as in become sound again; to end a conflict. In order to work towards our healing, we need self-care skills.
The power of self-healing is profound. It affects us in all aspects of our life, but most deeply in our daily living. Healing brings an intimacy with life that allows us to feel contentment and peace. In healing and its journey, we find our genuine self.
This workshop offers a pathway to challenge and work through the long-held belief that we cannot heal. We will focus our attention away from how we have been conditioned to think and believe to instead see ourselves as powerful, connected, and able to heal.
- Explore a new approach to healing
- Understand how challenges and problems can be doorways to answers
- Learn to harness the power and resources you have within for healing
- In-class practice of learned skills
Facilitators: Heron Diana and Bea VueBenson. Bea is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice, providing counseling and therapy for individuals, couples, and families. Bea embraces a holistic approach to therapy and attends to the whole person in her work with clients. She is also a certified Circle Keeper and a trainer candidate with the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC).
Fee for the workshop: $275, lunch included. COVID SAFETY PROTOCOLS ARE FOLLOWED IN ALL WORKSHOPS AND CLASSES
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If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, whether a virtual or in-person appointment, please give a 24 hour cancellation notice to ensure you won't be charged the full price of your session. If you miss your appointment, or do not give a 24 hour notice of cancellation, you will be charged for your appointment. If you bought a package session, this will count as one of your sessions. Thank you for your understanding!
My office is conveniently located within a few blocks of Interstate 94 and just west of downtown St. Paul, MN.