New Workshop on Boundaries

personal-boundaryI’m excited to announce a new workshop on March 12th, 2016 at People House: Honoring Your Boundaries, Honoring Yourself:  An Experiential Workshop on Communication and Consent. This will be a trauma-informed experiential presentation for anyone who feels that they could benefit from establishing better boundaries in their life (so, pretty much everyone).

What do we mean by boundaries?  When most people think of boundaries, they think about developing better assertiveness skills or becoming comfortable saying “no” when they need to. This is, of course, a major part of having boundaries, and something we will discuss in this workshop.  We will also discuss what we need to say “yes” to.  A boundary is not always a barbed wire fence.  Sometimes it is a garden wall, in which we grow the things that we value and treasure.  What is it about yourself that you treasure, and wish to nurture?  How can you protect that, while letting in people who support your healing and growth?

This will be a great workshop for people who are in intimate relationships, who would like to discover ways of being better supports for their loved ones.  So, bring a partner if they want to come!  If you choose to come alone, this is a great way to experiment with setting boundaries in a neutral and supportive environment. Our mission is to help you find insights and skills that you can take home, so that you can create healthier relationships with your partner(s), friends, family, co-workers, housemates…everyone you come into contact with.   I will be co-presenting with an amazing Colleague from the Wings Foundation, Masako Suzuki.  We’ve been working together for two years, and I am excited about continuing our collaborative efforts.

Advanced payment is required to hold a space, so please pay online.  If you would prefer to pay by check, please mail your check to:

Bridget Blasius, 613 Walnut St., Boulder, CO, 80302.

You may also pay by giving me credit card information over the phone:  303-995-8512.

I look forward to seeing you there!


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