Soul Repair
Spirit Therapist

Soul Repair

 

 “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom”

- Anaïs Nin

 

A small group for those who have suffered abuse, abandonment, and neglect as children and want to move on with their lives. JOIN US: Wednesdays 7pm-9 pm This small group program provides support to participants for the healing of old psycho-spiritual issuesand developing better life skills for attaining their personal goals. This group offers you:COMMUNITY: a safe and supportive small group to share with others who have experiencedsimilar challenges from their childhoods.SPIRITUALITY: a loving space to heal painful childhood memories and to find greater innerpeace, connection with others and one’s higher power.EDUCATION: learning healthy ways to self regulate and reduce emotional distress throughmindfulness practices, somatic processing and more.PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALING: sharing one’s stories, psychodrama, Emotional FreedomTechnique (Tapping) forgiveness of self and others, self compassion and other practices forhealing and moving beyond old issues.PERSONAL GROWTH: support and accountability for setting and attaining healthy goals forone’s life that align with one’s values, interests and skills.OUR GROUP LEADER is Robert Cornell, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. • A former Zen Buddhist monk, Robert has decades of experienceleading small groups on the themes of psychological and spiritualhealing and growth and vocational issues.• He has thirty years of experience running his own award winninglandscape design firm (see www.robertcornell.com.)• He has recently finished writing his first book, Fifty Ways of Letting Goon psychological and spiritual growth. PRACTICAL MATTERS: REGISTER – Contact Robert at 626-398-5581 or by email at robertbcornellspirit@gmail.com. FEE – $75 per month. MEETING SCHEDULE – The group meets twice monthly on Wednesday nights, 7-9pm LOCATION – with Robert Cornell, LMFT 867 E. Atchison Street, Pasadena, CA 91104Map available at www.WestminsterCenter.org