Books and Bubbly, Happy Hour with a Purpose
Apr
25
6:15 PM18:15

Books and Bubbly, Happy Hour with a Purpose

April 25, May 2, and May 9th

6:15pm-7:15pm


Three, one hour sessions to discuss Girl, Stop Apologizing, sip on Champagne, Prosecco, (mimosa bar)


*If you do not drink alcohol, no problem there will be refreshments available to make a mocktail. 


65.00 plus tax, will include your book, two drinks per session, and snacks. 


Girl, Stop Apologizing

'How can I get my mom to be more supportive?

How do I convince my husband to watch the kids so I can workout?

How can I get my boyfriend to eat healthy with me so it’s easier for me to stay on track?

How can I get my dad to support my decision to change majors?

The best advice I know of in this situation is, if you want to change someone else, change yourself. People change because they’re inspired by someone else’s example, not because they were coerced into doing it.

People change because they see in someone else what’s Probable, not because someone harasses them over and over about what’s Possible.

You will never change someone else unless you find the courage and the will and the resolve to change Yourself. You will never do any of those things if you aren’t willing to let people be inconvenienced by your journey'.

An excerpt from Girl, Stop Apologizing.

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Healing Garden and Sangria
Apr
28
2:00 PM14:00

Healing Garden and Sangria

Join us for an afternoon of education, getting your fingers dirty, sangria, and snacks.

We will learn the healing properties of herbs, soil, recipes for culinary use, and medicinal purposes. 

We will sip on homemade sangria and snacks made with different herbs. 

Stefanie Beilby Design will be collaborating with Heal Her Peer Support. 

Each  participant will get to choose between one of two beautiful potting choices and herbs. 

Rosemary, Mint, and Lavender will be available.  

We will be discussing the culinary, medicinal, and other uses for these herbs. Drying, burning, (smudging), decor and more. 

Heal Her Peer Support will be speaking on the healing properites, mental wellness, smudging, and more. 

$54.00+fees

include:

3 herbs, beautiful potting Material, soil, sangria, and snacks.

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Discover Your Life Purpose Workshop
Mar
24
2:00 PM14:00

Discover Your Life Purpose Workshop

Take the CliftonStrengths Assessment

During this hour-long online assessment, you'll see 177 paired statements and choose which one best describes you.

The assessment measures your natural patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, so when you're done you'll have discovered your talents.

https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us/cliftonstrengths-how-it-works

Each participant will revive a code to take the Gallup strengths finder quiz, prior to the workshop. Each participant will bring their printed out results.

We will then dive into our results at the workshop, ask questions, how to properly read your results, and ways to use your results, how you can use your results to change your life and find your purpose.

Light snacks and refreshments will be available.

$39.99 + taxes and service fees. Sign up via eventbrite.

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Peer Support Group
Feb
24
6:30 PM18:30

Peer Support Group

I routinely recommend support groups to people who are dealing with mental illness or addiction, often in addition to traditional therapy sessions and medications. Here are nine potential benefits from participation in support groups:

1) Realizing you are not alone
It’s interesting to hear people describe their first support group meeting. They will often say, “You know, until I went to the group I thought I was the only person in the world with my problem. I was so surprised to find that everyone in the group had the same issues as me.” This realization usually brings about a feeling of relief, by gaining the understanding for perhaps the very first time in their life that others have similar concerns and are there to help and encourage you.

2) Expressing your feelings
After you realize you aren’t alone and within a safe and supportive environment, you will begin to feel comfortable sharing your feelings and life circumstances with the group. This can be a very therapeutic and healing experience, particularly as you find that others in the group will listen nonjudgmentally and will praise you for your openness and courage.

3) Learning helpful information
Support groups offer lots of practical tips and resources for dealing with identified concerns, and members share their success stories and the strategies that helped them move forward in their recovery. Some groups focus on learning and practicing specific coping skills. Many groups will also provide recommendations for useful books and websites for additional study apart from the group meetings.

4) Improved social skills
By meeting and talking with other group members, you also have a chance to practice social skills and interact more effectively with others. Often, mental illness or addiction has contributed to withdrawal from social situations. Support groups provide a safe place to become comfortable around others once more.

5) Gaining hope
It’s very powerful when you see others in the group who are further along their road to recovery and who have made great strides toward having happier and healthier lives. These positive role models show you that recovery is in fact attainable, which brings renewed hope for the future.

6) Reducing distress
As you work through various issues and concerns in the group, it’s common that you will begin to notice a reduced level of overall distress and discomfort. This is a positive sign that progress is being made and that you are feeling better.

7) Increased self-understanding
As you learn more effective ways to cope and handle difficult situations, you gain better understanding about yourself, your needs and your own unique personality. You can also gain increased insight about the factors that have contributed to your current challenges and the strategies that seem to work best to help you move toward your goals.

8) Helping others
Just as you benefit from the group experience, you can also help other group members as you grow and make progress. Others will be affected positively by hearing about your successes and by your kind and caring demeanor. You will also notice you feel better when you are able to help someone else. Many groups will explicitly include the goal of helping others as a central component of the group’s mission.

9) Affordability
One additional advantage of support groups is they are very affordable. In fact, many groups are free, and all will typically be cheaper than individual therapy sessions.

If you haven’t yet participated in a support group, consider giving one a try. If you’re not sure which specific groups to check out, ask your health care providers or experienced support group members for their recommendations. Commit to attending at least a few meetings, as it will take a little while to relax and feel comfortable in a new group.

Once you’ve determined the group is a good fit for you, attend regularly. Soak up information and learn effective coping strategies from other members who are doing well. When you feel the time is right, share your story, your challenges, your fears, and your successes. Support other group members with encouragement, validation and a pat on the back for making progress toward their goals.

Support groups can be very enjoyable and rewarding, and should definitely be considered as an important part of your overall recovery plan.

Sign up for this FREE

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Fall In Love With Yourself Workshop
Feb
10
2:00 PM14:00

Fall In Love With Yourself Workshop

One of the most important relationships you will have in life is with yourself. If you want to discover why it's so important to love yourself unconditionally, register now for the workshop.

Objectives:
What it means to love yourself, how to do it, and its benefits.
To know yourself, to understand who you are, and accept yourself as you are.
You can only love another if you love yourself first.
Face your inner critic, your thoughts, and become your best friend. The tools and techniques to love yourself unconditionally.

Outcomes:
Become happier, more positive, and centered. Self-growth, skills to activate your inner self, empowerment. You will break free from old habits, negative self-talk, and patterns. You will learn to let go, how to overcome obstacles that are holding you back to live YOUR best life.

Target audience:
Woman who want to enhance self-growth and love. Woman who want to invest and take time to transform every aspect of their life. Woman who are open to letting go of obstacles that are holding them back.

The cost of this workshop is $39.99 plus tax and each participant will get to unbox the very first exclusive Heal-Her Subscription Box (over a 100.00 value) as well as a custom guided journal, treats, and refreshment.

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Peer Support Group
Jan
27
6:30 PM18:30

Peer Support Group

I routinely recommend support groups to people who are dealing with mental illness or addiction, often in addition to traditional therapy sessions and medications. Here are nine potential benefits from participation in support groups:

1) Realizing you are not alone
It’s interesting to hear people describe their first support group meeting. They will often say, “You know, until I went to the group I thought I was the only person in the world with my problem. I was so surprised to find that everyone in the group had the same issues as me.” This realization usually brings about a feeling of relief, by gaining the understanding for perhaps the very first time in their life that others have similar concerns and are there to help and encourage you.

2) Expressing your feelings
After you realize you aren’t alone and within a safe and supportive environment, you will begin to feel comfortable sharing your feelings and life circumstances with the group. This can be a very therapeutic and healing experience, particularly as you find that others in the group will listen nonjudgmentally and will praise you for your openness and courage.

3) Learning helpful information
Support groups offer lots of practical tips and resources for dealing with identified concerns, and members share their success stories and the strategies that helped them move forward in their recovery. Some groups focus on learning and practicing specific coping skills. Many groups will also provide recommendations for useful books and websites for additional study apart from the group meetings.

4) Improved social skills
By meeting and talking with other group members, you also have a chance to practice social skills and interact more effectively with others. Often, mental illness or addiction has contributed to withdrawal from social situations. Support groups provide a safe place to become comfortable around others once more.

5) Gaining hope
It’s very powerful when you see others in the group who are further along their road to recovery and who have made great strides toward having happier and healthier lives. These positive role models show you that recovery is in fact attainable, which brings renewed hope for the future.

6) Reducing distress
As you work through various issues and concerns in the group, it’s common that you will begin to notice a reduced level of overall distress and discomfort. This is a positive sign that progress is being made and that you are feeling better.

7) Increased self-understanding
As you learn more effective ways to cope and handle difficult situations, you gain better understanding about yourself, your needs and your own unique personality. You can also gain increased insight about the factors that have contributed to your current challenges and the strategies that seem to work best to help you move toward your goals.

8) Helping others
Just as you benefit from the group experience, you can also help other group members as you grow and make progress. Others will be affected positively by hearing about your successes and by your kind and caring demeanor. You will also notice you feel better when you are able to help someone else. Many groups will explicitly include the goal of helping others as a central component of the group’s mission.

9) Affordability
One additional advantage of support groups is they are very affordable. In fact, many groups are free, and all will typically be cheaper than individual therapy sessions.

If you haven’t yet participated in a support group, consider giving one a try. If you’re not sure which specific groups to check out, ask your health care providers or experienced support group members for their recommendations. Commit to attending at least a few meetings, as it will take a little while to relax and feel comfortable in a new group.

Once you’ve determined the group is a good fit for you, attend regularly. Soak up information and learn effective coping strategies from other members who are doing well. When you feel the time is right, share your story, your challenges, your fears, and your successes. Support other group members with encouragement, validation and a pat on the back for making progress toward their goals.

Support groups can be very enjoyable and rewarding, and should definitely be considered as an important part of your overall recovery plan.

Sign up for this FREE event via EventBrite

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