Workshops & Resources

Workshop 1

How do we empower our children and reduce their vulnerabilities from sexual abuse? The sexual abuse statistics for children are very uncomfortable, yet they are our reality. 1 in 6 boys and 1 in 4 girls will be sexually abused in some form before their 18th birthday. The average age for a child to be abused is 9. We, as a society, have the ability to defeat these statistics by teaching our children what body boundaries are and what consent truly means.

As a Darkness to Light Facilitator, I share the “5 Steps to Protecting Our Children” to learn the facts, minimize opportunity, create the conversation, recognize the signs, and react responsibly and supportively. We can do this as a community, however it takes action. Begin the action by signing up your group or organization for the workshop.

Stewards of Children qualifies for CEU hours, – $75 per person. Contact for parent group rates.

Workshop 2

In this workshop, we take a deep dive into adapting the six attributes in Broken to Beautifully Whole as habits to propel healing and growth while ultimately leading you to your purpose, confidence, and fulfillment. This is a powerful workshop with learning how to build healthy attributes as part of your everyday life, make a beautiful piece of Kintsugi, and find empowerment to more self-worth, confidence, and fulfillment.

We’ll end with learning to embrace our scars, rather than hiding or disguising them. Invite a friend and join us in the next workshop.

Cost of Broken to Beautifully Whole Workshop with learning the value of attributes and supplies to create your own personally designed piece of Kintsugi Art – $65 (minimum of 5 people) Includes a signed copy of my book.

“The Broken to Beautifully Whole Workshop was great! I loved every minutes of it! I learned a lot and was reminded of some things I already knew as I am obsessed with the topic of personal development. Now I have a beautiful piece of art to remind me of all that was taught. I would HIGHLY recommend doing the workshop and inviting friends and family to join you.”
~ Michelle Prohaska, Cedar Falls, Iowa