Caregiving for a loved one can be an especially challenging role, emotionally and physically. Too often, lack of support for the caregiver can deplete wellbeing and lead to exhaustion, frustration, resentment or burn-out.
Our thinking (beliefs, judgments, expectations, hopes) creates the world we live in. Nothing has a greater impact on our wellbeing. So being mindful of our thoughts and their effects on our wellbeing is the first essential step. The second is to skillfully question what is true, and not true, about our thoughts.
This workshop will explore our mind’s tendencies, and introduce a simple, practical inquiry process – The Work of Byron Katie – integrating both steps.
Date: Friday December 13, 2019 (9:30 AM – 12:30 PM)
Location: Avenidas | 450 Bryant Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301
Suggested Donation: $25
While not required, registration is greatly encouraged for this workshop. Contact the Kara office at 650-321-5272 for additional information. Click Here to Download Workshop Flyer
About Our Facilitator
Since 2001, Jim Mulvaney has been involved in various ways with Kara as a client, volunteer counselor/facilitator, Director of Adult Services and Director of Training and Education. He has been a certified Fellow in Thanatology with the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC), and a trained facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie.