My Mother and Me-Workshop

Mother/Daughter relationships can be the most complex relationship we will ever have in our lifetime and one that deserves a healing clarity. This workshop will use writing to safely explore our relationships (or lack there-of) with our mothers. Whatever your connection with your mother, past or present, writing about it gives you the power to remove unresolved and confusing emotions.

Have you wanted to write?
You can write whatever it is you would like to write. This is about you and your mother and you get to tell the story in the way that helps you understand your relationship and to heal if healing is needed.

Are you worried about how well you write?
Don’t be! This workshop is about you getting words on paper for your healing and personal growth. Writing is just the tool being used for this purpose. No worries about punctuation, spelling, grammar, and no worries of dangling anything. Only rule: confidentiality and that you give yourself the gift of your writing and your spirit.

“From our earliest days, we each need an accurate reflection of our essential nature in order to thrive. I have found Vickie’s way of inquiry to be a startling and an accurate reflection of myself that is supportive, kind and healing. I am certain that, for many of us, Vickie offers a type of brief therapy that will clarify the path to the future we most desire. Don’t miss this unique opportunity
to work with her and to have her as an ally.”
Norine Cardea, LMHC

Workshop~ January 17th 2010 ~ 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Cost~ $35.00~ includes lunch of some kind of delicious soup.
Where~ Vickie’s Residence-space is limited so please register ASAP.
Schedule of events~ An inspiring talk concerning the power and healing that writing about our experiences can bring. This will be followed by a writing assignment and then we will talk and share what you wrote if you want. All writing is confidential.
Please contact Vickie Spray to register.
850-322-6944 or 850-926-7065
Vickie Spray is a Therapeutic Writing Coach, writer, self-help columnist, inspirational speaker, and a non-traditional minister.

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