facilitator: Christine Sribney, R.Psych, CDWF
Groups based on The Daring Way™ curriculum allow individuals to take an honest look at what is holding them back from feeling joy, freedom from
anxiety, feeling a sense of purpose, and allow them to move from being
paralyzed by what others think to living life with more expression and
During the curriculum we explore topics such as vulnerability,
courage, shame, and worthiness. We examine the thoughts, emotions, and
behaviours that are holding us back, and we identify the new choices and
practices that will move us toward to more authentic and wholehearted living.
The primary focus is on developing shame resilience skills and developing
daily practices that transform the way we live, love, parent, and lead.
$550*. Includes workshop, a beautiful
workbook, all group materials, and light snacks.
*Register by May 12th for an early bird price of $499.00
Note: Many extended health plans will cover all or some of the costs of psychological services, including group therapy with a Registered Psychologist. Please check the details of your personal or family plan for more information.
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About Brené Brown
The Daring Way™ method is based on the research of Brené Brown, Ph.D. LMSW. Dr. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past twelve years studying vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame. Her groundbreaking research has been featured on PBS, NPR, CNN, and Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday.
Brené is the author of two #1 New York Times bestsellers; Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead (2012), and The Gifts of Imperfection (2010). She is also the author of I Thought It Was Just Me (2007).
Brené’s 2010 TEDx Houston talk “The Power of Vulnerability” is one of the top ten most viewed TED talks in the world, with over 14 million viewers. Additionally, Brené gave the closing talk at the 2012 TED conference, where she talked about shame, courage, and innovation.