Do you struggle with an internal dialogue where you worry about failure and weakness, while striving for self-discipline and self-control?
While we all might spend time and mental energy on the idea of self-discipline, how often is it constructive or lead to the results we desire?
Join Dr. Rob Handelman for a six-week workshop using his unique approach to self-care: Compassionate Self-Discipline.
Within a supportive atmosphere, participants can achieve the results they want through a process of learning about how to relate more effectively to the negative voices in their heads.
The Compassionate Self-Discipline workshop will explore which motivating factors work, and which don’t work, as
well as learn about the process and cycles that can lead to destructive behaviors.
Participants will set realistic and achievable goals, explore
effective ways to self-soothe, learn to recognize the difference between real choices and reactions, the links between thoughts and behavior, and the importance of planning and structure.
The six-week Compassionate Self-Discipline Workshop meets on Monday mornings from 9:15 to 10:30 am for an energizing and inspiring start to the week.
October15, 22, 29, November 5, 12 and 19
$240 per 6-week session.
Workshop meets at 108 Baker Street, Maplewood, NJ.
For more information and to register, contact:
Dr. Rob Handelman at DrRobH@hotmail.com or at (646) 232-0013.