We all have those parts of our lives we wish were different. “If only I could be more organized…If only I could lose those last 10 pounds…If only I could create more time for myself…If only I could _____________”. You fill in the blank. This women’s conference will encourage you to embrace who you are today, while at the same time inviting you to explore practical ways to move toward where you want to be with the support of community.
*Lunch and an Embrace hat are included in the registration fee.
This event will follow covid safety precautions including temperature checks, mask wearing, and social distancing.
Did you know that for every emotion you have, the body collects them as a part of your story? How we live, think, feel, behave and breathe is impacted by the stories we hear and tell ourselves. In our session, we will move, be still, reflect, laugh and play in hope that every past sad, angry, fearful or anxious emotion we have can be released or re-storied for our wellness.
Dr. Dye is an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs. As a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a National Certified Counselor, Dr. Dye has served her local, regional and national community with heart, mind and body wellness for over 20 years. She is trained and certified in a variety of interventions that focus on the integration of counseling, neuroscience and trauma informed body based healing processes. Dr. Dye has also conducted over 300 presentations/workshops. Some of these presentations include: “Love More Stress Less”, Black Minds Matter”, “Black Girl Magic”, “Living with Emotions but not Being your Emotions”, “Boy Ninjas, Warriors and Other Big Energies”, and “Unconscious Bias in Schools”. She is most excited about her co-authored book to support the wellness of college students titled “Mindful Strategies for Helping College Students Manage Stress.”
Items can be dropped off or mailed to Broadway UMC c/o Laura Vincent