Women Daring Greatly – An Eight-Week Daring Way™ Group
Dr. Brené Brown, research professor at the University of Houston and 3-time New York Times #1 best-selling author, is inspiring hope across the globe with her groundbreaking work on vulnerability, courage, shame, and authenticity. Out of her research she has developed The Daring Way™ curriculum, a powerful conversation that supports us to Show Up, Be Seen, and Live Brave™. Are you ready?
Join Mary Jane Aboud, M.Ed., Master Integrative Coach, and Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator-Candidate as we look at what it means to bring our authentic selves out into the world with more courage, connection, and vulnerability. In the safety and intimacy of a small group setting, we’ll spend eight weeks exploring topics such as shame, vulnerability, and what it means to give yourself permission to show up in your world more powerfully, authentically, and compassionately.
Participation is limited to eight people. If you’re interested or curious, call me at 502.802.3145 to see if this is right for you. Cost for the 8-week session is $350, including materials. As a bonus to those who register and pay by December 26, you’ll get an early-bird discount of $25, and I’ll give you a copy of the Brené Brown book of your choice! Choose from I Thought It Was Just Me, The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, or Rising Strong. How’s that for a holiday gift?
Let’s move into 2016 with intentionality and a commitment to our own courageous unfolding. I hope you’ll join us as we dare greatly together. Call me at 502.802.3145 to register.
The Loft, 107 Crescent Avenue, Louisville KY 40206
8 Tuesdays from 6:30 – 8:30 pm, starting January 5 and ending March 1 (*no group meeting on January 26*),
8 Sundays from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm, starting January 3 and ending February 28 (*no meeting on January 24*)
$350 (includes workbook); $325 when you pay by December 26 (plus you get a free book!)
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The GHP respects and promotes a variety of perspectives and approaches related to the unique physical, psychological, and social needs of women.
We seek an integrative approach to gender-specific dynamics while affirming different perspectives on gender identity.