Join us as we explore ways to build connection in therapeutic relationships. Participants will learn the importance of broaching differences with clients. The process of broaching is meant to welcome clients, their intersecting identities and cultural contexts into the room.
Melody Brown has a doctorate in marriage and family therapy and is licensed in the state of Colorado. She specializes in systemic work through a social justice lens.
Limited Financial Assistance is available:
We want to make this an event that is accessible to all people no matter your social economic situation. Because of this, we are offering some financial assistance to those that are in need. We believe this is an important topic and want to make sure that all people are able to engage in this conversation with us. Please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org describing your need and your current situation that might make it difficult to afford this event.
This event is Co-hosted by Strength in Motion:
Strength in Motion was established in 2014 to support clients in living towards their greatest potential. It began as a solo private practice at the base of the Flatirons with the intention to incorporate movement and psychotherapy given the significant connection and healing potential between the two. It quickly became clear that we could make a greater impact on our community and serve more people by including more holistic practitioners who could work collaboratively to address the whole person in each client that we see. https://www.simcounseling.com/