The Recovering Workshop Series

Does being the perfect partner, parent, friend, employee, or leader keep you up at night with countless anxieties? 

Does the need to get things “just right” cause delays in your personal and professional life? 

Does anyone know how many millions of thoughts contribute to the ever-growing to-do list in your mind? 

Did you know this is all a trauma response?

We are all recovering from something, be it perfectionism, self sabotage, imposter syndrome, people pleasing, or a number of other unhealthy coping mechanisms.

Join us in community for our 4-week workshops as we explore the origins of these behaviors, release our shame around them, and find healthier alternatives. Workshop Series includes: 

  • The Recovering Perfectionist 101: Where It All Begins  
  • The Recovering Partner: How We Self Sabotage in Relationships 
  • The Recovering Parent: Exploring Mother and Father Wounds 
  • The Recovering Employee: Respectability Politics, Imposter Syndrome, and Resisting Rest 

All Workshops Include:

  • 75-minute group sessions once a week (virtual)
  • Access to Resources, Activities, and Tools
  • Opportunities to build support in community
  • A mix of psychoeducation and real world application of how to overcome perfectionism

The Recovering Perfectionist: Where It All Begins

How did we get here??

Join us in this foundational workshop as we: 

  • Identify how our perfectionism is a coping mechanism connected to our trauma, 
  • Explore perfectionist profiles and self sabotaging behaviors
  • Discover tools to help us release perfectionism in our lives

When: Starts Tuesday March 7th (4 weeks)

Time: 7:00pm EST- 8:15pm EST

Cost: $500 (payment plans available)

Space is limited. Smaller groups, maximum support.

 

*This foundational class is required to access future workshops

Join us

“A lived life is rarely perfect”

VERSION 2

The Recovering Workshop Series

Does being the perfect partner, parent, friend, employee, or leader keep you up at night with countless anxieties? 

Does the need to get things “just right” cause delays in your personal and professional life? 

Does anyone know how many millions of thoughts contribute to the ever-growing to-do list in your mind? 

Did you know this is all a trauma response?

We are all recovering from something, be it perfectionism, self sabotage, imposter syndrome, people pleasing, or a number of other unhealthy coping mechanisms.

 

Join us in community for our 4-week workshops as we explore the origins of these behaviors, release our shame around them, and find healthier alternatives. Workshop Series includes: 

  • The Recovering Perfectionist 101: Where It All Begins  
  • The Recovering Partner: How We Self Sabotage in Relationships 
  • The Recovering Parent: Exploring Mother and Father Wounds 
  • The Recovering Employee: Respectability Politics, Imposter Syndrome, and Resisting Rest 

All Workshops Include:

  • 75-minute group sessions once a week (virtual)
  • Access to Resources, Activities, and Tools
  • Opportunities to build support in community
  • A mix of psychoeducation and real world application of how to overcome perfectionism

The Recovering Perfectionist: Where It All Begins

How did we get here??

Join us in this foundational workshop as we: 

  • Identify how our perfectionism is a coping mechanism connected to our trauma, 
  • Explore perfectionist profiles and self sabotaging behaviors
  • Discover tools to help us release perfectionism in our lives

When: starts Tuesday February 21st/ 28th/ or March 7th (4 weeks)

Time: 7:00pm EST- 8:15pm EST

Cost: $500 (payment plans available)

Space is limited. Smaller groups, maximum support.

*This foundational class is required to access future workshops

Join Us

“A lived life is rarely perfect”