“Who are you?”
When answering this question, we are describing our personal identity. We can easily define ourselves by observable traits such as hair color, skin color, gender, age, height, weight, to name a few. But our identity is so much more than what people see. Identity is shaped by both internal beliefs and external forces.
During times of high stress it is common to say “I’m having an identity crisis,” but what does that mean? It may mean that you aren’t confident in your own internal experience, or you may be acting in conflict with your beliefs. Perhaps you are being bombarded by multiple external messages about who or how you “should be.”
We invite you to join us for an 8-hour weekend intensive during which we will explore identity, identity development, and engage in a variety of experiential activities to help you begin to know yourself more deeply. Specific areas of focus will include our internal sense of self, personal values, beliefs, and roles we play, as well as external influences and how they shape what we believe about ourself, our choices and our actions.
Schedule: Friday, September 29, 1pm – 5pm and Saturday, September 30, 8am – 12pm
Location: 12351 W 96th Terrace, Suite 101, Lenexa, KS 66215
Cost: $415, which includes the 8-hour interactive workshop, activity supplies, breakfast on Saturday, and snacks both days.
* There is a required minimum number of participants required for us to host this workshop. If that minimum number is not reached, the workshop will either be canceled or rescheduled. In the event of a cancellation, all paid registrations will be refunded.