Understanding and Facing Victimization as a Way to Clearing the Path to Self-Actualization
Led by Sebastian Fazzari, Ph.D.
Cost: $65 (includes lunch)
July 30, 2016 (Saturday, 9:30AM – 3:30 PM)
The development of victimization usually occurs very early in life. It is the result of a
view that states: love is to be meted out when “good” behavior is displayed.
Unfortunately, what constitutes “good behavior” is often not clear and its definition
tends to change based on the whims of the adults. Consequently, children learn that
they do not deserve love for being who they are. Since love is ephemeral, children tend
to feel stuck, worthless, and hopeless. These traits, if not treated, are more often than
not carried into adulthood. Participants will receive information that will enable them to
fully understand the victimization process and will be provided with the required tools to
rise above it.