The curriculum will prepare participants in the art of informed healthy choices and accountability, especially in the areas of non-anxious presence in dealing with identity, career path, spirituality, and social life, all encompassing in the pathway of wholeness.
“We best serve others by reminding them of their song. Judgment, punishment, and power plays don’t correct; they only drive human beings further from their joy and aggravate pain and self-defeating behavior. When someone is in distress or conflict, we help them remember who they really are, and they’ll have no need to hurt others.”
By Alan Cohen