Daring Way™ Info Session for Mental Health Professionals
Date: 11:30am PDT April 17, 2014 Location: York Graduate Center, Room 107
York Graduate Center, Room 107
Professional therapists and Lewis & Clark Alumni, Meg Jeske and Kirk Shepard invite you to show up, be seen, and live brave™ by attending an information session exploring the work of Dr. Brené Brown. Dr. Brown is a nationally renowned speaker and researcher. With over 12 million views, her TED Talks “The Power of Vulnerability” and “Listening to Shame” are the most watched talks on Ted.com.
This session will touch upon grounded theory research and the powerful use of metaphor included in The Daring Way™ curriculum. The facilitators will introduce definitions that clarify the differences between shame, guilt, embarrassment, and humiliation.
Join us for this brief presentation designed to give you a glimpse into why doing this work is profoundly essential for mental health professionals and their clients. Learn about upcoming opportunities to build your own skills in shame resilience and Dare Greatly™.
Event Details & Registration
Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Time: 11:30-12:45 p.m.
About the Facilitators
Kirk has a private practice, Rootstock Counseling, in which he supports individuals and couples to engage in more full and expansive lives. His work focuses on helping clients to identify the patterns and barriers which prevent personal and relationship growth. A large portion of his practice is dedicated to the LGBTQ/poly/kink communities.
Meg’s private practice, LionTree Counseling, has a focus on gender and sexuality, specifically supporting many clients through physical gender transition. She works with individuals, couples, and people in poly or open relationships, and supports clients in the kink community as well.
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