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Codependency Discussion Group
This group is for anyone who struggles with their own sense of self in a relationship with someone who might have an addiction problem and/or a mental illness. Discussion group is psycho-educational and may include topics of enabling, setting boundaries, and self-care.
Facilitators: Mary Foston-English, L.M.F.T. and Samantha Buchman, M.A., doctoral intern
Dates: First Tuesday of the month (group will not meet in September)
Our relationship to our space is a powerful, often neglected aspect of being human. When we are in an unconscious relationship with our space, our homes may mirror things that no longer serve us: outdated versions of ourselves, unhealthy priorities, stuck-ness, and unhappiness. Creating a conscious relationship with the space around us opens a whole new world of nurturing support in our lives. Change your space. Change your life. Harness the power of creating a conscious relationship with your home.
In this experiential workshop you will:
Explore your space as a metaphor for your inner world.
Understand how your space impacts your life and identify any core blocks.
Learn 5 keys to creating a home that truly supports you.
About the Speaker: Rebecca McLoughlin is an interior coach who helps clients get their home in alignment with who they are, so their space can support not only where they are now, but also where they are going next. www.RebeccaMcLoughlin.com
Free and open to all faculty, staff, postdocs and retirees of Stanford University, LPCH and Stanford Hospital and clinics; eligible dependents may also attend. “Be Well Berries” available for eligible employees.Workshop co-sponsored by Stanford’s WorkLife Office and Faculty Staff Help Center.
A Nutritious Start to the School Year
Kids of all ages need well-nourished bodies that are ready to learn. In this class led by Dr. Jennifer Robinson, we will learn about basic nutrition, and gain new ideas that encourage healthy eating habits among even the toughest critics!
Co-sponsored by the WorkLife Office and HIP. BeWell Berry available for eligible employees.