SAY "NO!" TO NEGATIVITY AND "YES!" TO LIFE + WITH BARRY MICHELS
The Sacred Space Miami
105 NE 24th St, Miami, FL 33137, USA
In this two-hour workshop and book signing with world renowned psychotherapist and author Barry Michels you will learn how to dissolve negativity and replace it with an ongoing sense that there is something greater than yourself on your side - something that wants you to succeed.
"Every patient I’ve ever treated has fallen into the rut of negativity. It can take many different forms: worry, regret, pessimism, self-flagellation, or a mash-up of everything. The occasional negative thought won’t ruin your life, but most people go through periods where the negativity takes over. Each thought feels like THE TRUTH and creates the sense that whatever you want in life is impossible. You pay a huge price when you fall prey to this kind of negativity—it destroys your future. In fact, it’s hard to believe you have a future." - Barry Michels, Psychotherapist, Author of The Tools.
Fortunately there is a solution. In this two-hour workshop, you will learn to use negativity to put yourself in a state of awe, grateful for everything you’ve been given. You will develop the tools to discover what's possible and unleash your full potential!
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM: Workshop and Q & A
8:30 PM: Book Signing (Book Available for Purchase at the Event)
Barry Michels co-wrote the New York Times bestseller, The Tools in 2012, and its sequel, Coming Alive, in 2017. He has published numerous articles in Psychology Today, Salon, and Quora. Featured by Joel Stein in Time Magazine, he has also been interviewed on ABC’s Nightline, Dr. Oz, Lawrence O’Donnell, and Charlie Rose.
Barry has given his workshops at a variety of venues, including the Goop In Health Summit in Los Angeles in 2017, in Vancouver in 2018 and in London in 2019. Additionally, he has spoken at 20th Century Fox Television, the University Club of Chicago, the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, the Writers’ Guild, and the Endeavor 2019 annual retreat.
Barry received his A.B., magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1975, his J.D. (law degree) from University of California Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall), in 1979, and his M.S.W. from U.S.C. School of Social Work in 1984. He currently splits his time between his clinical practice in Los Angeles and the speeches and workshops he gives around the world.
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