Sat, Mar 19|
I AM THAT, but WHAT IS THAT? (Part of the FINDING herSELF series)
The Coivd-19 pandemic and all of its associates have disrupted lives, leaving many without the physical, emotional or spiritual balance critical for moving forward. Rose Shelton, PhD, NCC, LCPC, C. Ht. leads this first of two workshops that take participants on a journey of self-discovery.
Time & Location
Mar 19, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EDT
About the event
Part 1: I AM THAT, but WHAT IS THAT? How many times have you pondered that age-old question: Who am I? Get ready for a deeper exploration of your identity that will have you starting an intentional, exciting journey to Self with a road map for greater success in your personal and professional life.
This workshop, presented by Esther Productions Inc. and Thought Center LLC, will provide a course-book that includes a customized self-survey and specific internal and external class exercises that move beyond the usual superficial discussion around personal identity.
The session is led by Dr. Rose Shelton, a licensed and nationally certified professional counselor. She holds a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Capella University with a focus in multicultural theory and social justice advocacy competency. Dr. Rose uses a number of approaches from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Humanistic Therapy, Psychodynamics to Hypnosis to assist clients in working through current conflicts in life and bringing about their desired outcomes. She has published three books: In the Morning When I Rise - a story about Rose’s daughter’s death to a rare kidney cancer and Rose’s self-discovery; I Am She,a tutorial for women’s self-defining; Law of First Thought, a powerful awakening to understanding the mind, identity, and healthy evolution.