STRATEGIES FOR LIVING WITH THE PAIN OF ESTRANGEMENT
(this series is presented by Barbra Drizin: see below for Barbra's bio)
FULL SERIES $75 Due to Covid Challenges, we will retain this special!
INDIVIDUAL WEBINAR: $49 $25
All individual webinars have been reduced to $25 due to ongoing financial challenges with COVID
DATES: January 7, 14, 21, 28 February 4, 11, 18
TIME: 4:30 PM PST, 5:30 PM MST, 6:30 PM CST, 7:30 PM EDT
Thursday January 7
Barbra: "My Journey of Estrangement, Empowerment, and Reconciliation"
This webinar is free.
Thursday January 14
SELF-DIALOGUE / REGAINING BALANCE
NEW! Self-Dialogue techniques to express your real feelings in a safe environment.
Learn specific communication tools. Regaining balance and grounding techniques.
Thursday January 21
This is the first and most crucial strategy to implement for living with the pain of estrangement.
Radical acceptance is the practice of accepting reality as it is, not as we wish it were.
Learn: What realities do I refuse to accept? What is the result? What is in my control? What is NOT in my control?
How do I Turn My Mind? How do I plan with wise intention?
Thursday January 28
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
CBT focuses on how your thoughts, feelings and behavior influence each other.
Learn more about how to use these tools to combat painful feelings shame, loss, and guilt.
Thursday February 4
DIALECTICAL BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
An introduction to the principles of DBT. Learn more about living in the moment, developing healthy ways to cope with stress and managing runaway emotions and thoughts.
Thursday February 11
Estranged parents often have a hard time practicing self-compassion because estrangement causes parents to feel profound feelings of self-criticism, guilt, remorse and regret.
What is self-compassion? What are self-compassionate strategies? Why is self-compassion essential to resilience, self-esteem, and identity?
WE’LL LEARN: The Core Elements - The Five Myths - Setting Boundaries - Emotional Resilience
Living Intentionally - Living With Self-Compassion. Also learn what Self-Compassion is NOT.
Thursday February 18
An ongoing practice of mindfulness is an effective treatment for depression, anxiety and rumination.
Mindfulness and the Mind-Body Connection
Mindfulness of Present Moment Awareness
Mindfulness of the Breath, of Thoughts, of Emotions, of Words, of Intention, of Relationships
The Healthy Path of Mindful Eating, Exercise, Rest, and Connection
FULL SERIES $75
It’s been my privilege to work closely with Dr. Coleman since November 2019.
I have a degree in education, a certificate in Positive Psychology / Core Coaching from San Francisco State University, and participate continually in ongoing personal development programs.
My professional experience includes principal of a private elementary school, director of two international English language institutes, Human Resource Manager, owner of an independent, boutique staffing company, and social media solopreneur (speaker, trainer, private instruction, and account management).
I created and administer Dr. Coleman’s private Facebook group now numbering over 1400+ members, facilitate several support groups, and present the “Strategies for Living With The Pain Of Estrangement” webinars.
I present the five-session Facilitator Training program, and compiled the accompanying Facilitator Manual.
As a coach for Parents/Grandparents of Estranged Children (certified by Dr. Coleman), I work with individuals one-on-one with a coaching philosophy of "Accountability and Commitment."
I live in Los Gatos, California, and have 3 daughters and seven precious grandchildren.
Most importantly, I care about empowering you to radically accept your circumstances
with self-compassion,and mindfully live a strong, meaningful, valuable life.