self-love, self leadership and re-parenting the adult child.
Sept 4-5, 2021
Sept 4 & 5 2021
This retreat is for you if you grew up in a family with an adult who had an addiction. This retreat is for you if you are tired of sabotaging yourself, you are craving emotional regulation and desire pure joy. This is for you if you are your own worst enemy but want to be your biggest advocate.
Growing up with an adult who has an addiction or is emotionally immature, we miss out on childhood, we become premature adults, develop issues with intimacy and attachment and struggle to know and accept who we really are.
They say: what we do to survive as children will bring us to therapy as adults.
Are you in need of transformation, to fully step into your highest self, the you that is there beneath the defenses that helped you survive, the societal pressures to be a perfect child, and whoever else you thought you needed to be? I'm talking about the real you. The higest you. The you that is connected, curious, calm, playful and confident.
Join us for this virtual retreat. We were hurt in relationships. We can heal in community. You belong.
Everything on the schedule is an invitation, it is all optional.
you are not broken, you are wounded.
wounds can heal.
9am-3:00pm Saturday and Sunday
intentionally Designed to focus on mind, body and spirit
This is the time for serious transformations. I have a beautiful network of bodyworkers and coaches that will allow for you to feel supported, held, and loved in whatever way you need. I am heartbroken this has to be a virtual event but I believe that it is better than waiting.
Can I just say I am pretty stoked?!
emotional resilience class
Group Sessions: radical acceptance, Attachment theory, reparenting,
shadow work, self-love, resilience
Resilience building workshop: meditation and mindfulness, breathwork
Embodiement activities; Yoga, Body work
“All disease, disorder and addictions stem from the yearning to reunite with one’s soul.” -Gerard Armond Powell
Image by Karly Jones
My name is Kierstan. I am a licensed psychotherapist, certified trauma professional and life coach. I have been practicing therapy for 14 years. I am also an adult child of two alcoholics. I spent a lot of my adult life pretending that I was no longer affected by my parents drinking and my childhood. However, I continued to sabotage myself , my relationships and my future. It wasn't until the last six years that I really went inward, finally listened to the wounded parts of me from childhood and learned to heal myself.