Wednesday, January 16, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM CST
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$10.00 (includes light breakfast)


Chalberg Theater, Central Lakes College
501 W College Dr
Brainerd, MN 56401

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This seminar is part of the professional development initiative of the Self-Healing Communities Project and is co-sponsored by Bridges of Hope, Discovery Horse LLC, The College of St. Scholastica, and Central Lakes College.

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Kassie Heisserer
Bridges of Hope

The Masks We Wear
A Leadership Seminar Like No Other

You are in the people business. You supervise, lead, take care of and are responsible for others. 

And....what about you?

Regulating pressure and work fatigue can diminish the passion you have or once had for your chosen profession. The stigma that we "have it all together" is exhausting. It's time to take off the mask and join others in a morning of professionally facilitated, connection-based practice.

Deepening the connection with yourself strengthens your relationships with others and your ability to lead authentically. Through an innovative integration of the ACE study, you'll reflect and identify the inside of the mask that you protect, and the outside of the mask that you present to others. Discover why self-mastery & self-regulation are key to connected relationships and becoming an even better leader.

Sara Sherman, Discovery Horse LLC
Tom Gonzalez, Bridges of Hope

$10.00 per person (includes a light breakfast & seminar materials)

More about the Seminar:
The Masks We Wear is a 3.5-hour professional development opportunity co-sponsored by the Self Healing Communities Project of Bridges of Hope, Discover Horse LLC, The College of St. Scholastica, and Central Lakes College. This is a unique experiential seminar, blending your own self-reflections with the Adverse Childhood Experiences study. The workshop will be led by Sara Sherman of Discovery Horse LLC and Tom Gonzalez of Bridges of Hope. Prepare to be personally & professionally challenged (but only as much as you want to be)!

Who should attend?

The intended audience for this seminar includes educational administrators and senior leadership, counselors, healthcare administrators, healthcare senior leadership, healthcare supervisors, helping professionals & human services employees, nonprofit executives, physicians, psychologists, social workers and therapists.

Are CEUs available?

A certificate of attendance will be available.

Sponsored by

Central Lakes College, College of St. Scholastica, Discovery Horse LLC, and the Self-Healing Communities Project at Bridges of Hope