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Yes and No... the workshop


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yes and no

Have you ever said “yes”when you really wanted to say “no”?

Have you ever said “no” because you were too afraid to say “yes”?

What about ambivalence when “yes” AND “no” are your answer at the same time?

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Come to this workshop and explore the challenge of these two simple yet complex words:
“yes” and “no”

A preview

Here is a good example from When Harry Met Sally with many yes's and no's.

  • Was he really coming 'on to her'?
  • Did he actually mean his 'yes' when he said he'll let it lie?
  • Do you think she believes her 'no'?


Presenter

Barbara J. English, LMFT, has 20+years experience in the field of psychotherapy with emphasis in infant mental health, attachment research, shock and developmental trauma, and somatic methods of recovery. She is certified in Bioenergetic Analysis, has worked extensively with issues relevant to early development as well as recovery after abuse or trauma, and is co-founder of Living Ubuntu.

Date and location


When:
Saturday, September 13 2008
1:00p - 4:30p

Barbara's office:
1151 Dove St. Suite 210 160
Newport Beach, CA 92660

Fee: $35
* Add $10 for registration at the door.  Subject to availability.

No one turned away for lack of funds.
If there is financial hardship to pay, please contact us.


Registration

Registration online is extremely easy and convenient.  For payment, we accept all major credit cards. Once we've received your information and payment, we will send you an email confirming your registration.

Registration is now closed.

Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.  Or call us at (714) 979-2544.

When:
Saturday, Sept 13 2008
1 - 4:30p

Location:
1151 Dove St.
Suite 210 160
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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Part of the day will be experiential in nature. Please dress comfortably to allow for ease of breathing and movement.