Join our esteemed presenters Deran Young, Terry Real, and Pat Ogden for a careful examination of how we identify shame and its immediate, persistent, and generational impacts on our lives. This exclusive, live and interactive event features unique experiential content from these 3 leading experts, plus the opportunity to receive up to 9 CE/CPD Credits, a certificate of attendance, and access to video recordings for 30 days.
We feel shame in our bodies – mortification in the pit of our stomach, an aching in our chest, seething anger with no home but inside ourselves, shame can activate an overwhelming desire to bury failure and prevent deep connection that we know is so critical to a full life. These feelings are unbearable, paralyzing, and we are biologically disincentivized to unpack and shed light on them because of the deeply visceral and uncomfortable sensations we experience when we revisit our shame and humiliation.
Those painful feelings mean no one wants to talk about shame, but we collectively experience it in both personal and professional settings and it snakes and winds its way through our lives unspoken, ever present, waiting to emerge when our tiptoeing around it is broken by a misstep. It make us fearful of taking risks, suffocating our creativity and causing us to shrink away from healthy risk taking that might produce failure. It diminishes our sense of worthiness and impacts our capacity to make connections with the people around us.
During this Master Series, we welcome esteemed presenters Deran Young, Terry Real, and Pat Ogden for a careful examination of how we identify shame and its immediate, persistent, and generational impacts on our lives. We will consider the important distinctions between guilt and shame, examine collective legacy burdens and how we confront and heal from them, begin to shift from harsh self-perceptions toward self compassion that demands empathic accountability, and look closely at how shame manifests in our bodies.
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