Thursday, May 11, 2017
Preferred registration deadline: May 4th
8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
2 CEUs available
Kristi Nigh, MSW, LCSW, CPCC, ACC, CDWF
Adjunct Faculty, Brown School
Owner & Professional Coach, Kristi Nigh Coaching
When we're getting ready to put our big ideas into the world - whether a new song, work of art, or act of social change - it's almost inevitable to feel the urge to shrink back and play small. Critics - real or imagined, external or internal - can cause us to feel vulnerable and hold us back.
This interactive, hands-on workshop will equip you with practical tools to work through internal and external resistance, to serve the world in whichever way you're meant to. We will prepare for the vulnerability of creating acts of social and cultural change through increasing personal awareness of potential obstacles that may arise, including navigating external criticism and self-sabotaging. We will work on proactively developing coping strategies so that you'll leave with a set of tools and exercises to help you launch your next big idea. The world needs your creativity, passion, and fulfillment of purpose - this workshop will help you step out into the "arena" to make it happen.
Class size is limited to 35.
$15 General Admission
$25 Admission with Social Work CEUs
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