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How to Be Your Authentic Self in a Difficult Relationship

  • The Chattery at Chattanooga WorkSpace 302 W 6th Street, Suite 3L Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States (map)
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Your difficult relationship may be your mother-in-law, your significant other, your ex, or your spouse. This 90-minute teaching is packed with practical tools to give you clarity and skills to show up as the real you. You'll be able to focus on what matters most. 

You'll learn how:

  • To recover from a regrettable incident. 

  • To use the formula for clarity - AIR: Awareness, Intentionality, Risks

  • To know when it's time to get outside help

A licensed counselor specializing in relationships pulls back the curtain in her personal life and shares from her years of counseling couples. Each participant will receive a signed copy of her book, "Beyond Messy Relationships: Divine Invitations To Your Authentic Self."

Please note: The content is psychoeducational only and time for Q & A is not a substitute fo professional counseling services.

About the teacher:

Judy Herman is a licensed professional counselor, speaker and author of "Beyond Messy Relationships." She inspires audiences, readers, and clients to create connection beyond conflict in ways that transform their most crucial relationships. In her private practice on Main Street in Chattanooga, Tennessee, she counsels entrepreneurs, clergy, and other therapists. Her authenticity makes her reputation as a soul cheerleader a great combination with her professional expertise. She’s a mental health service provider and a National Certified Counselor who specializes in relationships. Her training with world-renowned marriage experts include Drs. John and Julie Gottman; and Imago Therapy founders, Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt. In 2006, she began private practice with growing expertise in couples’ counseling. For fun, she and her husband enjoy outdoor activities. Camping, hiking, canoeing, and bike-riding are among them. They also enjoy their dancing. But most of all, it’s the adventures with grandchildren that rank the highest!