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You Can Be Alone and Not Be Lonely
December 13, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm EST$2
The purpose of this workshop is to help women enhance their tools for sober living, keep our loneliness at bay, and be of maximum service. Participants will begin to uncover what is referred to as “embodied knowledge” – a vast reservoir of hidden strength, resilience and intelligence that exists outside of our day-to-day awareness. This hidden knowledge is essential to our success in life but it is buried so deep that we need others to help us find it. Uncovering this essential knowledge is a joyful process that allows us to connect more deeply with others and our Higher Power.
Melissa R. Peet, MSW, PhD is an author, researcher and teacher who has been a member of the recovering community in Ann Arbor for over 30 years. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Generative Knowledge Institute, which was formed to disseminate her work to higher education, non-profit and business organizations throughout the world.
Through her research, Dr. Peet has created a series of tools and methods that support people in discovering, building upon, and demonstrating the vast hidden forms of knowledge, strength and intelligence they already have, but do not know they possess. Her primary focus is working with people who are struggling with career/life transitions and trauma-related issues, as well as those who’ve been historically marginalized and oppressed. Dr. Peet’s methods have been adopted by colleges, universities and non-profit organizations throughout the US, Europe and Australia.
COST- $2, scholarships available
The online Zoom link to this event will be in your confirmation email after you register. Check your spam folder if you do not receive your confirmation immediately.
Questions? Need Help Registering? Contact Ayana at [email protected] or 734-846-4587 (text/call).
All In-Person Events
Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus and the immediate unknowns of the future, A2WG is practicing the Governor of Michigan’s rules for group gatherings and social distancing. All upcoming events are currently being held on Zoom.
In the meantime please try and remain stress-free by using some of the information provided by the World Health Organization (image below). There’s a comprehensive list of local recovery meetings on the Washtenaw Alano Club website or the HVAI website.