What if it’s possible for anyone to recover their well-being, to return to complete mental health, no matter how much they feel traumatized by life’s events?
Come join us for a weekend workshop which will focus on simple yet profound principles – principles that help us understand that people can live in mental well-being, no matter what they have experienced. By awakening to how mind, consciousness, and thought work within us, we are able to see how to transform our lives and ourselves.
This understanding is a 180-degree shift from the direction we generally look to help people recover from trauma. It will not be an information-application workshop, but will be designed to develop insight and awareness of how we create our experience on a moment-to-moment basis.
Come and join us but leave your pen and paper at home. Challenge yourself to listen and see how this shift in understanding offers hope and possibilities for everyone!
Encouraged to attend:
Therapists, counselors, coaches, practitioners, healers, anyone affected by suffering or trauma, and anyone who wants to learn to live in well-being more of the time.
Friday: 7 – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 1 – 5pm
Community Congregational Church
The Seminar Room
145 Rock Hill Drive, Tiburon, CA 94920
Drive all the way to the end of Rock Hill Drive and you will see a parking lot for the church. Once you park, walk down the left side of the building to the back and turn right, we will be in the Seminar Room which is just past the large grassy area.
Online registration is closed. If you would like to attend, please come to the venue a few minutes early and pay by check.
Christine Heath is a licensed marriage and family therapist in both Hawaii and Minnesota, and is the co-founder and executive director of the Hawaii Counseling and Education Center. Christine started her professional career working with families with issues that included violence, incest, physical, verbal and sexual abuse. She developed a shelter for victims of domestic violence, created outpatient programs for perpetrators of abuse, and provided clinical services to help people recover from trauma. Her work transformed when she was exposed to the Three Principles and, in the ensuing 35 years, she has provided direct services, opening three health-based counseling centers and establishing successful treatment options for clients. In addition to being a trainer in work involving the Three Principles, she is a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor in Hawaii. She also provides training and supervision for professionals, is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and is a consultant and trainer worldwide for social services and health care agencies and businesses.
Sandra Koenig is a transformative coach who enjoys helping clients explore their fullest potential. Sandra has spent decades studying transformation, and what makes it possible, including in-depth experience with the Three Principles, the Enneagram, the Release Technique, bioenergetics, yoga, process painting, and the Diamond approach. Sandra trained at the Coaches Training Institute and is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), as well as an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credentialed by the International Coaching Federation. She is currently on staff at Michael Neill’s Supercoach Academy. Having been through the academy, she is a Certified Advanced Transformational Coach. Sandra also has a MA in Counseling Psychology/Expressive Arts Therapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies.