Compassionate Boundaries: Restoring, Protecting & Growing

mindfulness plus psychology mindfulness workshop

This Workshop is Offered for $40 Base Price, $50 Supporter, $60 Benefactor. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you would like to apply for a scholarship, please contact Regina Flanigan.

  • This is a part of the Mindfulness Plus Series with Regina Flanigan: A set of four independent workshops that cultivate well being through psychology and mindfulness.
  • Please bring a journal or notebook. This workshop will include guided meditations and other practices to deepen the learning.
  • This workshop is for adults and is not recommended for anyone in crisis at this time.

About this Workshop:

The fear of disappointing others or feeling obligated to keep everyone happy can go too far.

It can leave us feeling exhausted, not good enough, undervalued, and out of touch with our own feelings and human needs. Through self- discovery journaling, sharing, therapeutic tools, and meditative practices, you can begin to move out of fear and into balanced and compassionate boundary keeping.

What You Can Expect:

In this workshop, you can expect to learn about the foundations of compassionate boundary setting and how to work with them in your daily life. Being kind and helpful to others is a wonderful virtue. Yet, it can also become imbalanced and hurtful when driven by fear, limiting beliefs and old coping habits.

About Regina:

Regina is a licensed clinical professional counselor in private practice. She is a Certified Mindfulness Teacher and well versed in mind body approaches for emotional regulation and well being. Regina recently completed a certificate training on Positive Neuroplasticity with Dr Rick Hanson.

Pre-Registration is Required

Saturday, February 29, 2020
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm (3h)

Regina Flanigan