Sarri Gilman, LMFT, is a psychotherapist, workshop presenter, and author of Transform your Boundaries® (2014) and Naming and Taming Overwhelm® for Healthcare and Human Service Providers (2017). The books and workshops are based on her years of private practice and humanitarian work; experience has shown her that people need and want a deeper understanding and respect for their own boundaries and those of other people. View her TEDx talk, “Good Boundaries Free You,” here. To learn more about Sarri and her work, visit her website www.sarrigilman.com,
We live in challenging and overwhelming times. This Transform Your Boundaries ® Immersion will help you build your toolkit and discover ways to use your boundaries for your wellbeing, your relationships, your work in the world, and to navigate through these times.
Changemaking is taxing work; tuning into and strengthening your boundaries will help you find and maintain balance as you forge ahead.
You use your boundaries in every interaction, and in every relationship, for your entire life. We will use story-telling, writing, drawing, clay, and theater to trace your boundary life lessons. You will tune in and listen to your inner boundary compass – when it is telling you “No” and when it is telling you “Yes.” It’s never quite that simple as most of us argue with our inner compass.
This is an excellent way to begin the new year; boundaries are necessary to follow the callings and stirrings, goals and dreams you hear within.
Sarri rarely has “open enrollment” workshops – most of her workshops are privately scheduled for groups. This is a unique nurturing weekend immersion specifically designed to offer you generous healing and retreat space, with Whidbey Institute’s 100-acre woods and incredible meals, as we take a deep dive into developing a significant understanding of your boundaries.
You’ll leave with new skills you can begin using right away. Please join us and tool up. We encourage early enrollment for this workshop, as space is limited.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition: $300 for those paying their own way; $375 for those supported by a business or organization; Tuition starts at $275 with earlybird discount
Fees: $325 for onsite lodging, meals, and facilities use; $225 for meals and facilities use by those lodging offsite
Discounts: $25 earlybird discount through January 5; $25 discount for each person registering in a group of three or more with a single transaction