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The Foundations of Well-Being Study Group, 2018
- The time is now
- Invest in living fully
- Repair hurt
- Be kinder to yourself
Neuroplasticity is at the heart of my 10-month Study Group, The Foundations of Well-Being Study Group. The group is inspired by the work of Dr. Rick Hanson. He blends neuroscience, spiritual practice and personal growth. Evidence and promising research-based, you experience how to make true gains in being a better friend to yourself; extend more courageously into places where you've kept yourself small and safe; and get a much bigger perspective on your life.
The Study Group is a rich place to learn, share and deepen your own journey of personal development. You'll experience learning in a new way. Feel supported in finding what is personally meaningful to you. And benefit from connecting with others who have similar values.
Learning in this kind of an environment fulfills a basic need we all have to not do this alone. It combines the best of self-directed learning with facilitated group experiences.
Our new study group begins in January, 2018, and continues through December, 2018. The personal sized group meets 1-2 times monthly, with the summer off.
Registration opens in November, 2017. Please reply with your interest. We accommodate 12 participants.
contact Charlotte for more information.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or leave a phone message: 541-301-8060.
How I came to this work
Personal development became a way for me to make peace with the rips and tears in the resilient fabric of my heart.
in 2014, I stumbled onto Rick Hanson's work and found a home and a way to pick up the thread of healing - and with that renewed inner strength to embody all that's possible in this life.
I feel privileged to offer this Study Group with his blessings.
It's a joy to experience others finding new joy inside themselves.