Rising Strong™ Fall 2022 (Based on the research of Brené Brown)

“It’s easy to get to that place where we only do things that we’re already good at doing. I love that place. But it’s not good for me.”  –  Brené Brown

Having the tools and framework to rise from a challenge is not optional; it’s foundational and pertinent to strength, resilience, and growth. The lessons, education, and tools provided in this workshop will provide a framework and toolbox on how to move through life’s sacred challenges, obstacles, and perceived “falls” to rise strong – again and again.

Dr. Brown and her team have restricted this work to 9 participants online. Spots are limited.

Dates and Details for Rising Strong™ 

Please note: The entire curriculum for Rising Strong™ is 16 weeks with 90-minute weekly sessions. This can be purchased at once with a huge saving (if you know you are all in, you know you are all in!), OR if you want to test it out for four weeks to make sure it is for you, you can purchase the 4-week intro to start.  Please reach out with any further questions about the structure of the course.

Rising Strong – Part 1 (of 2)

Wednesdays Sept 14th, 21st, 28th, October 12th
10 – 11:30 am ET (90 minute sessions)

Session 1: Courage, Vulnerability, and Values 

  • Introduction
  • Why knowing your values is key to this work
  • How values light the way when fear, doubt and shame come in


Session 2: Exploring our Emotional Hooks

  • Awareness is where the work begins
  •  Understand the stories and narratives that connect you to highly emotional situations and triggers – so they no longer send us into thought or  shame spirals
  • Exploring the things, people, and situations that “trigger” you emotionally, so you can utilize new tools to stay regulated and grounded


Session 3: Owning Our Stories

  • Exploring the stories we make up about ourselves that keep us stuck in shame, judgment, fear, and self-doubt
  • So many of these stories are not even logical.  The emotional brain has a mind of its own.  Once we explore this without judgment, we relate to the emotional brain in a different way – leading to transformative change on all levels
  • Every single human has an emotional brain and emotional narratives – KNOWING this is KEY to changing it.


Session 4: “Hurt people hurt people”.  Returning to the Centre

  •  This is important for our relationships with our loved ones.
  • How to deal with ourselves in high emotion and bring ourselves back to the center.
  • Know what happens to your brain when you are hurt/disappointed by your loved ones.  This will allow for a new tool and approach, instead of offloading hurt – which is a tendency for most people

Rising Strong – Part 2 of 2 (12 weeks)

Wednesdays October 19th- January 4th
10 – 11:30am ET
Session 5 – Strategies for Reckoning with emotion
Session 6 – Common Rumbling themes
Session 7 – Rumbling with Vulnerability
Session 8 – Rumbling with Shame
Session 9 – Rumbling with Boundaries, Integrity, and Generosity
Session 10 – Rumbling with Trust
Session 11- Rumbling with Grief and Forgiveness
Session 12 – Rumbling with Anxiety
Session 13 – Rumbling with Criticism
Session 14 – Building Resilience – Using failure to grow
Session 15 – Creative Project
Session 16 – Final session
If you would like to set up a call to find out what is best for you and to answer any questions about the group – please reach out to:

(Please note that refunds will not be issued once purchased. Credit towards another program can be considered if the cancellation of the program is within five days of the program start date. No credits or refunds can be given once the program has started.)





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