Treating Mind and Spirit as One

Anger, Hurt, and Forgiveness II

This is the capstone evening in our series on Anger, Hurt & Forgiveness. Join Dr. Ragan as returns to share the second half of her well-received presentation. MARY RAGAN Holding a grudge has been likened to taking poison and hoping the enemy will die. While the beneficial effects of forgiveness are well-documented, research shows that read more

The Spirit of Leadership

Reawaken your imagination for personal and organizational leadership MARK D’ALESSIO Boost your ability to work with chaos and change, and your capacity to breathe new energy and vision into individuals and organizations. Join us to reawaken the deep connection between imagination and leadership, including getting in touch with who we are as creative people (and, read more

Spirituality and the Workplace

Finding Serenity in Times of Uncertainty WESTINA MATHEWS, PhD Receive support for creating space and time to slow down, reflect, and be still. You will experience meditation, journaling, reflection and periods of silence; and leave with resources and suggested practices for finding serenity and inner peace during these times of uncertainty in the workplace. Wednesday, read more

Healing & Centering: The Mind-Body Connection

The power to heal is deep within the silence of our bodies. JANE D. MOFFETT, PhD, LCSW Dr. Moffett is offering this introductory evening workshop series in mind-body approaches for three weeks – come to one or come to all. These workshops will present a variety of approaches to being present for the information our read more

Anger, Hurt & Forgiveness

Is Reconciliation Possible? LYNN ANDERSON, LMFT Holding a grudge has been likened to taking poison and hoping the enemy will die. While the beneficial effects of forgiveness are well-documented, research shows that forgiveness itself is a complex problem. Recognizing that “easy” forgiveness is not the goal for either psychological or spiritual development, this workshop will read more