- May 16, 2015
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Instructor: Elizabeth Leibovitz
“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” -Carl Jung
We experience grace when we communicate with others with our hearts and minds open. However, in the busyness of life, and especially when things aren’t going our way, we may lose our center and not be present, potentially damaging precious relationships as well as the very core of our being through our reactions. We may also miss opportunities to grow as we push away those who annoy us; yet they are our greatest teachers.
Jung believed that the constant interplay between the ego and the Self enriches a person and their relationships in the world. Through the art of mindful communication, participants will discover ways to engage and interact with the ego, learn their unique style of communicating, and integrate the essentials of mindfulness practice as they transform their relationships, moving towards greater authenticity, intimacy and grace with the Self and with others.
About the Instructor
Elizabeth Leibovitz, RN, MAPC, LCPC, BCC has worked as a licensed clinical therapist, pastoral counselor, registered nurse, adjunct faculty at Loyola and Roosevelt Universities, charity director, program facilitator in Africa, and owner of E. Leibovitz Coaching & Consulting and LunchTALKS where she works as a coach and consultant in the private and corporate sectors. She is an international speaker and taught communications and human relations both here and abroad. As a dedicated yoga meditator, she has learned the gifts of mindfulness through intensive trainings in ashrams in the US and India through the ISHA Yoga Center. She brings tremendous expertise and vitality to her communication and mindfulness programs from both a teaching and an experiential perspective.