Join Robby Carroll, M.Div.,LMFT and Kay Stewart, M.Ed. for this 4 session series (see dates below), as we, together, cultivate our capacity for deep listening and genuine connection. By recognizing the light and dark in our common humanity, participants are encouraged to develop habits of mind and heart that invite what Abraham Lincoln described as “the better angels of our nature” to show up and grow. When aligned with a sense that we’re all inextricably linked by a power greater than us, it’s possible to become rooted and grounded in love and belonging. This course, informed by neuroscience and positive psychology, is for anyone who is open to exploring contemplative practice, poetic inquiry, and meditation and as a portal to human connection and wise, compassionate action.
Wednesdays from 11a.m.-12:30pm EDT
on Sept. 9, 23, Oct. 7, and 21
Registration closes on September 8, 2020. There is no cost to participants for this program and contributions to Kirkridge are welcome to support continued programming and the mission of Kirkridge. To read more about our commitment to generosity, click here.
About the Facilitators:
Robby Carroll, M.Div., LMFT, has over 30 years’ experience and training in various counseling modalities, including post-graduate studies in Marriage and Family Therapy, Addiction intervention and counseling, as well as Appreciative Inquiry consulting.
Kay Stewart joined Shallowford Family Counseling Center in 2013 after completing graduate studies in mindfulness and contemplative education. Kay facilitates classes and retreats grounded in mindfulness and evidence-based practices for reflection, resilience, and renewal.
For more about Robby & Kay, visit: Shallowfordfamilycounselingcenter.org