Mothers and Daughters
Enjoy Exploring Your Unique Relationship
A Workshop for Mothers and Adult Daughters
with Susan LaGrande & Caroline Blair
June 20-23, 2013
CEU Credits Available*
Get to know more deeply the women you both have become.
Imagine setting time aside to explore the natural evolution of the mother and daughter relationship while nestled in the beauty of this remote setting. Through guided meditation, body movement, mindful communication exercises, creative expression and play, explore your unique relationship and how it has changed throughout the years.
This is a gift, a special time with one another.
This retreat is based on the importance this dynamic relationship has on the development of a women's sense of self. Explore the many dimensions of the mother-daughter relationship as it evolves over a lifetime. As each woman faces her own challenges and successes, the connection between mother and daughter is open to shift and change.
This powerful bond and connection comes in many forms.
There is always room to delve deeper into your relationship to gain more clarity. Mothers and daughters can be gender allies effecting each other's view of what it means to be a women.
Explore your mother/daughter relationship through fun and insightful exercises, indoor and outdoor activities, listening and learning. Share stories and experiences with other mothers and daughters.
This retreat is open to adult daughters and their mothers.
*14 hours of Continuing Education Unit credits through the Alaska Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association are available to eligible participants of this retreat.
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Susan LaGrande, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice, a visual artist, mindfulness meditation facilitator and mother of the co-presenter of this workshop. Susan has led many workshops on issues related to women and their emotional well being. Her interests focus on gaining closer connection to one's authentic self and developing awareness of how to act from that authentic center.
Caroline Blair MA, LPC, is Assistant Director of Community Programs for Alaska Children Services, is in private practice, is a visual artist, and is the daughter of the co-presenter of this workshop. She is currently developing a workbook for adolescent girls aimed at building resiliency and self efficacy as part of her doctoral dissertation at Alaska Pacific University. She has co-presented workshops with her mother in the area of developmental psychology, childhood and adolescent mental health issues and parent-child relationships.
$1095 / Mother-Daughter Pair:
Includes: Round-trip boat transportation from Homer, a tour of the boardwalks and art galleries of Halibut Cove, 3-nights lodging, mindful gourmet meals, facilitator, tuition, kayak instruction, guided kayaking and hiking, sauna, Wi-Fi and optional spiritual direction, yoga and meditation.
(Gratuities, massage, gift shop, 3% tax, beer and wine not included.)
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