Nov
1
to Nov 3

Women's Retreat: Embrace the Goddess (Pamper & Empowerment)

Allow yourself to be surrounded by a peaceful and calming atmosphere of the beautiful Mission Inn Spa and Resort, where you can slow down and connect with yourself and other women through ancient feminine bonding practices and acts of self-love.  Together, we will explore practical tools to confront our deepest fears, harness the natural energy of the feminine life force to burn those fears and limiting beliefs, and re-ignite our passion. From this place of empowerment, we will create a sacred space to embrace our divine purpose.

For more information or to reserve your package go to: https://www.orlandop3.com/goddess

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Nov
2
to Nov 4

BreakThrough Weekend

What is it?

It is a unique weekend that combines group interaction in transformational instruction. It is designed to help you get what you want out of life and strengthen your relationships with others.

What goes on?

Through dynamic discussions and exercises, the workshop points you in the direction of becoming a problem solver, a builder of your dreams, and a more powerful person.

Is it worth it?

In one word… YES. This weekend is that moment when your eyes become opened… when the status quo is no longer enough… when you begin to dream of powerful possibilities.

Instructors:  Charlene Sears-Tolbert & Josh Magro

Fore more information:  Contact 352-316-3153

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Oct
12
to Oct 14

Dare to Dream - 2018 ProDoula Conference

Keynote Speaker:  Charlene Sears-Tolbert

Feminine Rage

Overreacting, too sensitive, too emotional, and too bitchy! Just a few of the labels designed to quench and choke out the fire of feminine rage. In response, we have been taught to literally swallow our rage. The result is toxic saliva infecting and affecting every part of our bodies resulting in everything from anxiety and depression, to cancer, heart disease, and fibromyalgia (just to name a few).

However, our feminine rage can also be a powerful healing force, divine alchemy that can transform our circumstances, our lives, and the lives of those around us. Now, perhaps more than any other time in history, our rage is necessary!

My talk will provide an overview of how unexpressed feminine rage affects our psyche and our bodies, which in turn, affects every area of our lives including work, parenting, relationships, and health. Through interactively engaging the audience, we will examine and practice ways to release rage from our bodies and harness its motivating power to transform our lives!

View the full conference schedule of events here

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Sep
7
to Sep 9

P3: Personal Power & Prosperity Weekend

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In one of our workshops, you'll be led on a path of self-discovery in which you'll learn how to overcome self-defeating patterns and move through sadness, grief, and anger in a healthful way, to make room for more joy, confidence, and abundance in your life. 

One weekend. 30 hours. Run Toward the Roar

Instructors:  Charlene Sears-Tolbert & Adam McCracken

Click here for more information or to register for the course.

 

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Aug
15
1:45 PM13:45

Florida Behavioral Health Conference

The First 72 Hours: Gender-Responsive Trauma-Informed Care in Residential Settings

For many organizations striving to be trauma-informed, intake and orientation is often an overlooked component and at best it is only given cursory attention. However, the first 72 hours could determine whether or not a client feels safe, which is a basic tenet of trauma-informed care. During the intake process staff often probe into the most personal and sensitive parts of an individual's life, which can be extremely intrusive, painful, and re-traumatizing for those that are seeking service. Aside from the gathering of personal information women, can have a host of experiences with non-clinical staff that can trigger trauma responses. Utilizing a learning centered model, this workshop will combine a variety of learning methodologies including experiential, audio/visual, and kinesthetic to change the narrative and inform the development of gender-specific trauma informed sensitivity during the intake and orientation period.

Speaker: Charlene Sears-Tolbert, M.A, CAP, ICADC

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