January 14, 2016
7:15 pm CST - 9:15 pm CST
Instructor: Keren Vishny
*8 Thursdays: January 14 through March 3
Held at Zero Balancing Wellness Center,
809 Ridge Rd., Suite 200, Wilmette, IL 60091
Mind-Body Skills Groups offer a combination of research based healing therapies to help participants navigate life changes, decrease stress, and increase well-being. Within the safety of a supportive small group, participants will explore a variety of stress-reduction tools, including meditation, guided imagery, movement and drawing. The small group size (7-9 participants) allows for a deep level of personal connection, sharing and support.
The Mind-Body Skills Group model recognizes and embraces individual differences: participants are given an opportunity to explore a variety of methods, and to take the time to listen inwardly to learn more about their own needs. Anyone can benefit from joining-including people who already practice some mind-body skills. Groups are comprised of adults of all ages and backgrounds The common theme is the desire to seek support and develop internal resources to make changes- whether to decrease stress, pain or anxiety, enhance health and well-being or find clarity about important life decisions.
The Mind-Body Skills Group model was created by Dr. James Gordon, founder and director of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (www.cmbm.org). Mind-Body Skills Groups are now offered across the US in a variety of settings, as well as internationally.
About the Instructor
Keren’s practice is focused on dreamwork, mind-body medicine and psychotherapy. Her office is located in Wilmette, Illinois, where she works primarily with adults. Keren has worked closely with Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman and completed the Marion Woodman Leadership Training Program in 2007. She is a Dreamwork student of Rodger Kamenetz. Keren facilitates workshops and group programs through the Marion Woodman Foundation and The C. G. Jung Center in Evanston. She has also completed the Certification Program offered by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.