Time: September 26, 2013 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: BNB Building
Street: 103 E. Holly Street #407
Phone: (360) 303-1312
Event Type: coaching, seminar
Organized By: Tiffany A. Dedeaux
Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2013
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This is a time for change in our lives, professions, and climate. We don't have to go through it alone. This seminar offers a means of navigation in the wilderness of change. Together we will examine what the ethical standards could be for the field of ecopsychology and exploring establishing our own set of standards for an intentional relationship with the rest of the earth.
This seminar will include story, discussion, application, and time in nature (weather permitting). You will leave with an outline for your own code of conduct and a personal coaching session to be scheduled individually.
Register for this class if you’re ready to make a change in the way you see your time in nature.
Choose from one of the following dates:
All classes will be held in our downtown Bellingham office.
Tiffany A. Dedeaux has a BA and MA involving Psychology, completed ACSTH Coach Training and is an ICF Member. She knows the power of story and can help you tell or rewrite yours, embrace the connections you have to the people and places in your life, and help you find practical solutions so that you can live your best life now.
Sacred Time is a practice that (re)connects you to your passion and purpose through reflection, metaphor, and time in nature where you will be able to identify what fuels your fire, hear what inspiration whispers in your ear, and explore the challenge and travel the path that is right for you.
This program includes a group seminar and a 30-minute individual coaching session to help hold you accountable for the work you commit to doing.
Cash or check (payable to Sacred Time) will be accepted the day of class as long as the registration form (below) is submitted. Credit Card payments are accepted here.
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