Dates: May 22, 2020
Times:9:30 am - 10:30 am
Note: This webinar is open to all, whether your partner participates or not.
Any time there is a major crisis in our lives, the quality of our romantic relationships can be profoundly affected. The current situation we’re living in – and through – is ripe with the potential to deepen connection and healthy attachment in our partnership, or to have unresolved issues flare and cause conflict.
Our unique BraveHearted Loving program is designed to start with what IS working, and then help you identify the blocks to intimacy – in yourself and in your partner – that result in conflict, miscommunication, and a lack of connection.
Join us for a free BraveHearted Loving webinar, as we explore how our defenses can affect our romantic relationships. We will focus on tools that can help you build greater compassion for yourself – and your partner – to help support you to move away from resentments, bickering and disconnection, so you can thrive and grow closer.
DATE AND TIME:
Friday, May 22, 2020
9:30 – 10:30 am PT
(10:30-11:30 am MT/11:30 am – 12:30 pm CT/12:30 – 1:30 ET)
Zoom Video Conference Online
(link will be sent in advance of webinar)
Jean Campbell, LCSW, SEP, CPC, TEP has been bringing groups of people together to heal for more than 24 years. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Board Certified Trainer and Practitioner of Psychodrama and Sociometry, a Certified Professional Coach, a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, a Practitioner and Trainer of Psychodramatic Bodywork® and earned a Certificate in Positive Psychology. She specializes in trauma reorganization, somatic psychotherapy and addiction/codependency recovery by providing Ongoing Psychodrama Training Groups, Personal Growth Workshops and Intensives, and Leadership Retreats. Jean is committed to supporting helping professionals, creating safe spaces for healing and growth and trusts that what we can’t do alone, we can do together.
Kristine Ives, LMFT, CET2 is a passionate advocate for those who feel they do not have a voice, that they are not empowered to heal, or cannot envision a hopeful future. From her extensive experience working with difficulty related to trauma, eating disorders, addiction, and depression, she helps chart a course out of the maze of dysfunction and onto the path of authentic connection to self and others. Kristine has worked as program director, clinical supervisor, and lead therapist in various treatment centers and currently works as a facilitator at Onsite Workshops leading group and individual intensives as well as in private practice at Mosaic Counseling in Santa Monica. Kristine utilizes training in Psychodrama, Sociometry, Brainspotting, and Acceptance and Commitment therapy to support others in personal growth and healing.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER:
Please call 310-744-5257 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit our FAQ page for information on special needs accommodation, and our cancellation/grievance policy.
Registration is closed for this event.