$100 – $150

Finding Your Voice as a Mormon Woman: A Day-Long Workshop with Dr. Julie Ha...

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The University of Utah

A Ray Olpin Union Building, Room: Panorama East

200 S Central Campus Dr.

Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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Mormon culture and family traditions centered on male authority have unintentionally silence women's voices. How can we cultivate our own authentic and assertive voices in a culture that often prescribes rigid gender roles, and has been slow to amplify women's stories and perspectives?

In this interactive discussion-based workshop participants will identify and explore Mormon cultural and family messaging that has served to silence women's authentic voices. Throughout the day we will learn, discuss, and practice 5 skills of assertiveness from Dr. Hanks' book The Assertiveness Guide for Women: How to communicate your needs, set healthy boundaries, and transform your relationships. Workshop will consist of lecture, discussion groups, worksheets, and more.

Lunch will be from noon-1:30 PM (on your own)

EARLY-BIRD pricing - Save $50 when you register by June 1, 2017

*Please note that while all women are welcome, this workshop is geared toward women who want to stay meaningfully engaged with the LDS Church

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A Ray Olpin Union Building, Room: Panorama East

200 S Central Campus Dr.

Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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