Actions and Detail Panel
Taming Shame: An Important Life Skill for the Modern Family
Sat, April 9, 2016, 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM PDT
In the hyper-connected world we navigate and in which our children are growing up, it is easy to experience shame inspiring events on and off line, ranging from bullying to sexual exploitation and addictions. The purpose of this symposium is to provide practical guidance on accepting shame as a part of the human condition which can be managed as a critical life skill.
- Each speaker will offer 3 high-impact insights to help open communication and build trust in family relationships.
- The audience will be provided with bios and learning objectives ahead of time (via this registration on-line).
- After the presentations, the speakers will form a panel to answer questions from the audience.
Thank you to our sponsor OnSite Strategies who is making 4 CEUs available for additional upgrade of $35
$25 fee includes lunch 10% of proceeds go to prison ministries
Featured speakers and topics will be
Joanna Jullien, Banana Moments Foundation Founder, author, educator, speaker www.bananamoments.com –Why we need to understand the role of shame impacting relationships in a cyber-powered world; closing the shame gap in modern families
Kim Fredrickson, MFT www.kimfredrickson.com, author of Give Yourself a Break – Defining shame and the connection between shame and the inner critic
Dr. Jessica Rodriguez, CEO of GatewayCorp and OnSite Strategies www.onsitestrategies.com – The role of shame in eating disorders
Lisa Ford Berry, Founder of BRAVE Society www.bravesociety.org – The life and death consequences of shame unchecked: Michael’s story
Thank you to our event sponsors:
Living Smart Foundation/Beloved Recovery/Metahab
Liberty already belongs to the soul, and it must be defended one heart and mind, one family and one community at a time.