Doormats vs. Steamrollers!



Do people treat you like a doormat?
Are you afraid to say no?
Do you dread conflict?
-- OR --
Do your friends accuse you of being pushy
and aggressive?
Does it seem like you can't get
what you need without being a steamroller?


Change your life with this amazing workshop!

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HOW TO BE ASSERTIVE AND LOVING TOO is for you if:


Developed and presented by Robert McGarey, M.A., Founder and Executive Director of The Human Potential Center, HOW TO BE ASSERTIVE AND LOVING TOO brings together in one four-week series the best techniques he has gleaned over his 30 years of work with couples and individuals in individual sessions and workshops he has presented internationally.


DISCOVER 7 TOOLS THAT WILL IMPROVE ALL YOUR RELATIONSHIPS
AND DRAMATICALLY INCREASE YOUR PERSONAL HAPPINESS


In this Assertiveness Workshop, you will:



Bonuses

When you register for this workshop:





How to be Assertive and Loving Too
Just $145 for Four Thursdays
September 9 - 30
7 - 10 pm
(Twelve Hours of Workshop Time
includes a 30-page workbook
and a delicious mini-meal during break)

This workshop is limited to 12 participants,
So Register NOW


Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are available for this workshop for a number of practitioners (LPC's, LMFT's, LCSW's, LBSW's, LMSW's and LCDC's). Why sit through boring CEU workshops when you can have fun and learn a truckload of useful ideas and techniques at this one?

For more information, feel free to email me or call (512) 441-8988.

Background and Training

Robert McGarey, M.A. Robert McGarey, M.A., has more than twenty years of experience in presenting workshops for personal and professional development. He has been a featured speaker at numerous local and national conferences. He has extensive experience and training in a variety of psychological techniques that promote physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness.

Both of Bob's parents are holistic M.D.'s, and have been pioneers in the field for almost forty years. They have authored dozens of books and articles on holistic medicine, and are nationally and internationally in demand as speakers on the subject. Growing up in this atmosphere, he developed a deep appreciation for the importance of nurturing the whole person -- mind, body and spirit.

Bob received an accredited Master of Arts degree in Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology from Johnston College in 1978. In 1986 he founded The Human Potential Center (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization), and has served as its Director since that time.


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