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|Want to be more assertive?|
|Date||Sunday February 27|
|Time||3:00 PM - 5:00 PM|
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|3387 22nd Street (at Guerrero)|
* Do you often say yes when you really want to say no?
* Have you ever kept quiet about a friend’s insensitive behavior because you wanted to avoid conflict?
* Do you get angry with yourself because you know you are stronger than your actions suggest?
You are not alone! Our culture doesn’t make it easy for women to balance intimacy and independence. Give yourself the tools you need to become more assertive by signing up for this powerful four-week workshop. Learn a new way of interacting with the world in a safe, structured and supportive environment. Becoming more assertive can help reduce stress, enhance relationships and increase confidence. Sign up now – you’re worth it!
When: Four Sundays, 3-5 PM
February 27 - March 20, 2005
Where: Spiral Muse Home of Well-Being
3387 22nd St. (at Guerrero)
San Francisco, CA
Cost: $75 for entire series
* Class size limited to 10 participants *
* Participants must commit to all 4 sessions *
Heidi Lang has worked in training and development for over eight years, designing and delivering skill-building workshops for groups across the country. Heidi has a BA in Psychology/Women’s Studies and received her Masters of Social Work from UCLA in 1996. She is certified both as a Volunteer Mediator by the Dispute Resolutions Board and as a Trainer in Workplace Mediation by the Mediation Training Institute. Heidi currently works as a Training Specialist for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
What past participants have said about Heidi’s workshops:
“I learned more than I ever would have imagined. Thank you!”
(Leader of the Future workshop, 2003)
“Heidi impressed me once again. I can’t express how much her “emotional intelligence” offers so much to the workshop.”
(Senior management retreat, 2004)
“This training gave me tools to better handle uncomfortable situations.”
(Staff training, 2004)