Emotional Sobriety for Professionals

Dr. Allen Berger speaks to Intervention Training program, led by Ed Storti and Patricia M. Pike.

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Emotional Sobriety with Herb Kaighan

This workshop is a guide to: identifying unconscious obstacles to your relationship with yourself & others; taking ownership and responsibility for your life, your relationships, and your happiness; fostering your emotional/spiritual growth and having your life FLOURISH.

For more information or to find out about future workshops please contact the Mary & Joseph Retreat Center (www.maryjoseph.org)

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