Boundaries: Where are mine?
October 28 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Our awareness of our boundaries and our abilty to communicate them greatly impacts how we move around and show up in the world. We are more able to enjoy connecting to others if we do so from an aware and safe sense of personal space. If we are able to be proactive in how we communicate our personal boundaries it can also prevent a lot of conflict, missunderstandings with others, as well as, allow us to feel more alive and seen in these connections. Curious to experience more?
This interactional workshop that explores how you recognize and set up healthy boundaries, in particular how you connect and protect yourself in your relationships. We will do individual and group experiential exercises to explore how you:
– recognize your own personal space,
– set your boundaries to protect that space, and
– connect to others from that space.
We will be moving around the room, and at times sitting on the floor, please wear comfortable clothing. There will be moments to write down observations for yourself, and to share in the group if you’d like.
If you are interested, this workshop is a run by a Patricia Vriesendorp a clinical psychologist and psycotherapist specialized in trauma and increasing our sense of belonging and safety in the world. If you have questions or concerns you can contact her at: email@example.com