Self-Acceptance Training to Help Mind-Body Connection
Jun 01, 2018 02:56AM
From Friday, June 29 through Sunday, July 1, Cherie McCoy will lead a weekend workshop in Brown Deer designed to teach professionals and students the tools of self-acceptance. McCoy is one of the country’s leading practitioners in self-acceptance training, which is an approach to human development and counseling created by Richard Olney.
“The mind-body connection helps the student alleviate stress, tension, pain and trauma in the body,” says McCoy. She has taught self-acceptance training to medical professionals, therapists, teachers, body workers and laypersons. McCoy’s innovative groups are open to people who want to explore specific life issues, as well as those who wish to heighten self-awareness, experience relief from criticism, and feel more alive and energetic. McCoy maintains a private practice in Novato, California.
Cost: $375; $275 special introductory price for first-time professional attendees. For more information or to register, call 415-897-5997 or visit SelfAcceptance.us.