Core Wisdom: Write Your Way Clear Workshop

Women often put their own feelings aside in order to meet the needs of others. Taking just a few minutes each day to write down our feelings, without censoring them,…

Exploring Your Legacy: Back to the Future with Music, Imagery & Mandalas

Mandalas

How do you wish to be remembered? How will the energy you manifest change the world? Please join Louise Dimiceli-Mitran, LCPC, MT-BC, FAMI and me for a creative exploration of…

Feel Good File Workshop 4/16/16

Feel Good File

Professional Helpers & Caregivers: If better self-care was one of your 2016 resolutions (and especially if it wasn’t!), you’re invited to join Brittlyn Riley-Meade, LCPC, ATR and me for a…

Windy City Death Cafe 6/26/15

Connection, conversation, and cake: WIN! Join me and Judy Lendsey on 6/26 at Be Optimal Holistic Health Center in Glenview to explore death and dying — and life and living….

Windy City Death Cafe 2/20/15

Join Judy Lendsey & me for our next Windy City Death Cafe and experience thoughtful, respectful, and provocative conversation about death (and life). Tea and treats, too! http://deathcafe.com/deathcafe/1569/  

End Emotional Eating Group

End Emotional Eating! Do you eat in response to stressful situations? Use food to numb difficult emotions? Experience powerful cravings for certain foods? Learn how to skillfully manage difficult emotions…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 30

Day 30: It All Matters. The Tutus remind us that creating a world of forgiveness is a living practice. As I’ve said elsewhere, forgiveness is not a practice of “one…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 29

Day 29: Becoming a More Forgiving Person How do we take care of each other? By cultivating forgiveness. Everyone has multiple opportunities each day to practice small acts of forgiveness….

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 28

Day 28: Taking Care of Each Other. We all want to be valued for who and what we are; we all want to be known and seen as someone with…

Forgiveness Challenge: Day 27

Day 27: Rediscovering your Goodness. Unforgiving ourselves creates the same harm to our emotional and physical health as unforgiving others. We choose to be accountable for our wrongdoing without remaining…