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Date: Saturday, August 13, 2011 - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
“How to Love your Crooked Neighbor as your Crooked Self”
Presented by Mike Falls.
This in-depth workshop is designed to help you gather up your “shadowy” parts and make friends with them. In our strong will to survive and our desire to feel better about ourselves, we often make enemies with some of the most valuable parts of who we are. One of our primary spiritual tasks is to garner the courage to identify these “outcasts” and invite them back into the fold. We all have some “maverick” parts that are still roaming about out there causing our inner worlds to feel restless, irritable and discontented. It is these lost parts that will gift us with the missing pieces of our true selves.
A former Dallas Cowboy and a retired Episcopal priest, Mike has presented workshops throughout the country on Jungian psychology and personal growth. Mike was instrumental in the development of the Palmer Drug Abuse Program in Houston and has served as the teaching associate of John Bradshaw. He formerly served as Chaplain at Austin Recovery where he helped both men and women heal old wounds and live life to their fullest potential.
FREE – No Registration Required
8402 Cross Park Drive
Austin, Texas 78754
Two hour CEUs available to LCDC/ADC/LMSW/LCSW as approved by TCBAP & DSHS