A Day of Brave: Clear is Kind: Healthy Boundaries 101 (Oct Workshop)

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Snoqualmie Police Department

34825 SE Douglas Street

Snoqualmie, WA 98065

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Personal boundaries are guidelines, rules or limits that you create to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave towards you and how you will respond when someone passes those limits. But where do these guidelines and rules come from? What rules and expectations have you learned growing up that might no longer be serving your emotional health.

Join us in the engaging and interactive workshop where you will learn:

  • How to identify the porosity of your boundaries in various areas in your life, and how you can create and maintain healthy boundaries with family, friends, and colleagues;
  • How to reflect on what messages you received about boundaries growing up, and how that has affected your ability to set boundaries as an adult;
  • How to know the difference between boundary errors and boundary violations;
  • Ways to offer feedback without falling into boundary errors or violations;
  • And, three ways you may be sabotaging your boundaries.


About the workshop facilitator:

Jennifer S. Kennett, MA LMHC

A healer at heart, Jennifer’s upbringing exposed her to a wide range of people and experiences at an early age, laying the foundation for the work she does today. She realized at the tender age of 11 that she was destined to help others actualize her core belief — “Relationships Matter!”.

Unlike therapists who work from a deficiency-based model (addressing what’s “wrong” or “missing” in your life), Jennifer’s clients benefit from her strengths-based model, building on the positives and the potential that may feel gone but is just “on a break.” You can trust Jennifer to reconnect you with the inner resilience you may think you’ve lost – and which you absolutely can rediscover and reclaim. Learn more at eastsidecouplestherapy.com


Visitor Parking:

Parking lot fits about 10 cars. Overflow parking is available directly across the street at the Safeway.


Schedule:

There will be some time set aside near the end of the session for quesitons and discussion.



Sue Mocker is the Executive Director of the nonprofit Hope Allowed. To learn more about future workshops, retreats, and conferences, visit our website at www.hopeallowed.org.

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