Workshops

We are all striving, in our own ways, to evolve. Psychotherapy is a powerful resource for change. There are times when our needs are more focused, when what we most need are the tools that will bring us to the next clearing. The Meeting Point offers workshops and trainings adapted to the needs and interests of our multifaceted communities and selves. The Meeting Point is also available to come to your business, workplace, or group, to provide trainings or workshops tailored to your needs. For more information about trainings and workshops please e-mail andrea@themeetingpoint.org.

 

 


Upcoming Workshops

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Past Workshops

Feel for Support: Creating an Intuitive & Effective Self-Care Tool Kit

Led by Karuna O’Donnell, M.Ed., Certified Forrest Yoga Teacher & Sonia Erlich, M.A. (Mental Health Counseling & Behavioral Medicine), M.F.A.

This skill-building workshop is designed to empower participants to foster internal and external environments that soothe and nurture the whole person. Drawing on the principles of Person-Centered and Strength-Based Therapies, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga, Creative Expression Exercises, and Asset Mapping, sessions will work with participants’ unique circumstances to support increased self-care, self-leadership, and personal competency. Each participant will receive a one-hour private yoga session with Karuna. All bodies and levels of experience are welcome.

4 Monday sessions: April 6, April 20, May 4, May 18
7:00pm-8:30pm
The Meeting Point, Multidimensional Center for Healing and Growth
Cost: $200
Registration & Inquiries: karuna@karunaodonnell.com

Heal Yourself, Change the World: Social Justice Begins at Home!

A self-care workshop for activists.

Saturday, September 29th

1:30pm to 5:30pm

3464 Washington St., Jamaica Plain

This workshop, the first in a series, is designed for activists, artists, healers, change agents and YOU. You know how to revolutionize, but do you know how to refuel? We all deserve the respect and care that we are creating on behalf of others. The more present and whole we can be, the more effective we will be in our activist work. In a culture where productivity and profit are valued more than community and caring, self-care is a revolutionary act! We will learn ways to make self-care as important as our work through activities and collaborative discussion.

The workshop portion will last from 1:30 to 4pm. Following this, Jess Butler, LicAc, will be available for a community acupuncture session. For more information about community acupuncture, see www.pocacoop.com.

To register, or for more information, contact LeLaina Romero at 617-942-1166 orLeLaina.RomeroTMP@gmail.com.

The cost of the workshop is $30, and no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Contact LeLaina for sliding scale options.

The cost for community acupuncture is $15 to $40, sliding scale.

 

Balance Makes It Better: a holistic health workshop for LGBTQ folks

Title: Balance Makes It Better: a holistic health workshop for LGBTQ folks

Location: The Meeting Point, 3464 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Description: You’ve heard the phrase “everything in moderation”? It applies to every aspect of your life–your food, friends, family, exercise and career. Dillan DiGiovanni is a transgender motivational speaker and certified holistic health coach. Join him for Balance Makes It Better: a holistic health workshop for LGBT folks. This highly entertaining and interactive workshop was designed specifically for the LGBTQ community and the unique questions and concerns that we face in finding peace, health and happiness. Come learn Dillan’s 5 tips for boosting self-esteem, confidence and inner strength and see how Balance Makes It Better.

When: Tuesday, October 23, 2012  6:30-8:30pm

Where: The Meeting Point, Jamaica Plain, MA

Cost: $20

About Dillan:
Dillan DiGiovanni always dreamed of being famous, from his early performances as a young kid imitating singers and actors. Years later, he’s changing lives during his talks as the world’s first transgender holistic health coach. Overcoming family divorce, childhood bullying and an eating disorder, Dillan is a testament to the power of personal resiliency. He travels around the country inspiring people with his story and encouraging them to step outside their comfort zones, live with integrity and love openly and honestly—and take good care of themselves as a form of activism. Dillan lives in Boston but was grown in New Jersey–exit 151.

 

 

Wellness for Mind and Body in the New Year at The Meeting Point

TMP is delighted to begin the year with a series of workshops for Body and Mind with
Stephanie St. John RYT and AndreA Neumann Mascis Ph.D.

“Food: Friend or Foe” Sunday, Jan. 22 3-5pm
– Discover the difference in your relation to food and your body.
– A safe place for your food issues to be heard, especially after the post holiday

“Disability/Abelism: Living in complicated bodies” Sunday Jan. 29 3-5pm
– What are you mad at your body for?
– What do you want your body to understand?
– What do you think your body wants you to understand?

“Understanding Trauma – Mind, Body & Spirit” Sunday, Feb. 5 3-5pm
– Emerging & Rebuilding your relationship with your body.
– How people have distanced you and moving forward.
– How to reshape your connections to others and your mind body spirit connection.

For More Information contact
Stephanie singin75@yahoo.com 954-257-3547 or AndreA andrea@themeetingpoint.org 508-308-3242