Moving From Pain to Peace

in This New Normal

Virtual Workshop

September 26, 2020

9:00am to 1:30pm (EST)

Dr. Natasha LaMarr,

Ed.D, LPC

The Wives Inc.

Ms. JaiDei Jackson,

LPC

You Are Worthy, Inc.

Ms. Nathalie Ellis,

LPC

ESTEEM Counseling Services, LLC

Ms. Tracy Roberson, LPC

Lotts of Love Counseling, LLC

During the workshop, we will be photographing and video recording the facilitators of the workshop.

Moving From Pain to Peace in This New Normal

Virtual Workshop

September 26, 2020 | 9:00am to 1.30pm (EST)

Register for Full Workshop $99 or Register for an individual segment $30

As we move towards a New Normal, let us take a moment to reflect on how trauma impacts the mind, body, and spirit.  Not only are we burdened with the trauma from our past and childhood, but we are also facing the trauma of the pandemic and racial injustices. 

Most people are holding onto way more pain than they are releasing. When we do this, it causes us to feel powerless. It is as if we do not have control over our environment. We experience mistrust amongst people. Our defense mechanism, developed during our childhood to protect us, get activated. Our adult self does not want to feel the pain, nor work on the pain. We just want the emotional pain to disappear.

When an emotional violation happens and does not get addressed, it gets buried and we will find ourselves stuck in a pattern of denial or refusal.

You might think that releasing your pain, talking about your emotional wounds, who hurt you and how it made you feel to be a luxury but, it is not. When we hold onto to our pain, we are shutting down and getting stuck.

 

Sometimes the guilt & shame about your life choices can prevent you from moving from pain to peace.

 

The abuse you experienced as a child, your abandonment issues, your fear of rejection will show up on your dates, when you are socializing with friends and/or family and prevent you from living your best life.

 

Unintentionally, your emotional dysfunctions are being modeled for your children & the community. Until you are willing to do something different, you will transfer the pathology of pain to your children who will pass it on to their children.

Unless you are open you will be unable to forgive, to express empathy, offer comfort, a space where healing can take place.

 

Are you ready to change & release the anger, the pain, the hurt, the humiliation and move from pain to peace?

 

When you hold the people around you responsible for what you did not have, asking & demanding them to show up & fill the void that was created by your life experiences, you continue the narrative of not being good enough, being unlovable, being unworthy, not worth it, broken and needing to be fixed.

 

This 4-part comprehensive workshop entitled Moving From Pain to Peace in This New Normal will cover an array of issues pertaining to mental health and mental wellness.


 

You are in charge of your emotions and get to choose whether to hold onto painful feelings which disempower you.

 

If your thinking is everyone feels the same as I, do what I do or say what I say, your viewpoint of your behavior is it is not hurtful or dysfunctional. Oftentimes, the people around you will reflect your behavior, life experiences, beliefs, and your world view.

 

When you live in chaos, it becomes your norm. When you view your bad behavior as normal & acceptable behavior, you will perpetuate this behavior onto your children, friends, co-workers, loved ones and any conversation about your bad behavior being inappropriate or wrong will be quickly rejected or rationalized because you truly cannot see what you are doing or how hurtful you are being. “Hurt People Hurt People.”

When your emotional wounds are being left unhealed, when you say “that happened so long ago; thereby it cannot possibly have anything to do with my present life," you continue the pattern of hurt, abuse, and emotional wounding.

Living in chaos becomes normal and therefore yelling, screaming, cussing people out appear as acceptable ways of expressing your hurt, disappointment, anger, or frustration. Judgement and negative statements are your “best friends”.

Moving From Pain to Peace in This New Normal, takes courage!

 

Register for this workshop to show you are ready to take the necessary steps!

 

As a result of taking this highly interactive workshop, you will learn:

 

  • About trauma and the correlation between anger, hurt feelings, pain and forgiveness

  • The different types of grief and how to cope with grief and loss

  • To define and identify “unresolved" issues and learn the impact that "unresolved" issues have on your mental wellness

  • Practical skills and tools and leave with a clear understanding of how to apply them

Virtual Workshop

September 26, 2020

9:00am-1:30pm (EST)
Check-in 8.50am

Moving From Pain to Peace

in This New Normal

Virtual Workshop

September 26, 2020

9:00am to 1:30pm (EST)

Segment I:
Embrace Self-Awareness from Mind, Body, and Soul
Nathalie Ellis, LPC, NCC


As we move towards a New Normal, let us take a moment to reflect on how trauma impacts the mind, body, and spirit.  Not only are we burdened with the trauma from our past and childhood, but we are also facing the trauma of the pandemic and racial injustices.  But there is hope as we move from Pain to Peace, through self-awareness and self-discovery.


Register Segment I Only: 9am-10am

Segment III:
Learning How to Heal Your Inner Wounds
Tracy Roberson, LPC


The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered everyone’s daily lives, during this segment and you will receive and learn ways to cope with Grief & Loss during this pandemic. Grief is a natural and normal reaction to ANY type of LOSS or CHANGE! Some losses you may experience during COVID-19 are, loss of friendships, employment, health, and loved one.


Register Segment III Only: 11:20am-12:20pm

Segment II:
Forgiveness of Emotional Debt
JaiDai Jackson, LPC, NCC


Isolation, Loneliness, Depression from social distancing; pandemic/coronavirus/covid-19 induced anxiety; anger and hurt feelings from long-standing racial inequities; trauma from past experiences, may have you wondering if it’s at all possible to forgive or move from pain to peace. Join me to discover how forgiveness can decrease your anxiety & depression.


Register Segment II Only: 10:10am-11:10am

Segment IV:
Understanding How Unresolved Issues from our Past Compromises our Ability to Create Healthy and Stable Relationships: Dr. Natasha LaMarr, Ed.D.


The abuse you experienced as a child, your abandonment issues, your fear of rejection will show up on your dates, when you are socializing with friends and/or family and prevent you from living your best life. The question to consider is have you been equipped with the necessary tools & skills to handle emotional difficulties, resolve relationship conflicts or do you just shut down?
 

Register Segment IV Only: 12:30pm-1:30pm

You are in charge of your emotions and get to choose whether to hold onto painful feelings which disempower you.

 

If your thinking is everyone feels the same as I, do what I do or say what I say, your viewpoint of your behavior is it is not hurtful or dysfunctional. Oftentimes, the people around you will reflect your behavior, life experiences, beliefs, and your world view.

 

When you live in chaos, it becomes your norm. When you view your bad behavior as normal & acceptable behavior, you will perpetuate this behavior onto your children, friends, co-workers, loved ones and any conversation about your bad behavior being inappropriate or wrong will be quickly rejected or rationalized because you truly cannot see what you are doing or how hurtful you are being. “Hurt People Hurt People.”

When your emotional wounds are being left unhealed, when you say “that happened so long ago; thereby it cannot possibly have anything to do with my present life," you continue the pattern of hurt, abuse, and emotional wounding.

Living in chaos becomes normal and therefore yelling, screaming, cussing people out appear as acceptable ways of expressing your hurt, disappointment, anger, or frustration. Judgement and negative statements are your “best friends”.

Moving From Pain to Peace in This New Normal, takes courage!

 

Register for this workshop to show you are ready to take the necessary steps!

 

As a result of taking this highly interactive workshop, you will learn:

 

  • About trauma and the correlation between anger, hurt feelings, pain and forgiveness

  • The different types of grief and how to cope with grief and loss

  • To define and identify “unresolved" issues and learn the impact that "unresolved" issues have on your mental wellness

  • Practical skills and tools and leave with a clear understanding of how to apply them

 

​Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received at least 3e days before the workshop are refundable less a $25 administrative charge per registrant.  There is no refund for cancellations received later. Please note that if you register and do not attend, you are still liable for full payment. A refund or voucher will be issued to any participant who is registered to attend a workshop that is cancelled by workshop facilitator.

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