Finding Peace Retreat

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The “Finding Peace” Workbook has been a great vehicle to help spread the awareness to as many people as possible around the world. However, many people find that reading the book and working on their own is not enough, and they asked for an in-person workshop similar to the one in the book to help with their transformation.
That’s how the Finding Peace Retreat was born.

The “Finding Peace” Workbook has been a great vehicle to help spread the awareness to as many people as possible around the world. However, many people find that reading the book and working on their own is not enough, and they asked for an in-person workshop similar to the one in the book to help with their transformation.
That’s how the Finding Peace Retreat was born.

Retreat Information

The Finding Peace Retreat is a 3-day, intensive, experiential training based on the Amazon Best-Selling Book, Finding Peace.

 

The weekend creates a place of healing for individuals with past wounds of loss, rejection, neglect, abandonment, betrayal, and abuse who are looking for greater joy, happier relationships, and deeper fulfillment in their lives.

 

Whether you’re just becoming aware of how these wounds have impacted your life or are exhausted with the constant cycle of trying to do your best and still feeling like a failure, the Finding Peace Retreat will give you the skills to heal from the past, change the internal negative messages that drive feelings of shame, and develop mindful, compassionate habits leading to greater contentment and peace.

 

Discover your truth! Connect with your inner light that ignites your power, connection, and purpose.

Attendees will:

  • Develop an in-depth understanding of attachment theory as it relates to shame and how it can emerge as an obstacle to prevent individuals from progressing in living healthier, happier lives.
  • Examine how individual shame can interfere with therapeutic outcomes.
  • Learn at least three grounding techniques that can be used with individuals in emotional or physical distress.
  • Explore practical skills for identifying and rewriting negative cognitions.
  • Apply methods such as creativity and gratitude in healing attachment wounds.
  • Complete exercises individually, in pairs, and in the group using the Finding Peace techniques, approaches, and perspectives which will deepen their work with self and others.

Our current retreat is sold out!

Click below to receive information about our upcoming retreat scheduled in the spring

Who Is The Retreat For

If you want to heal from past wounds, develop a network of support, see the good in yourself, and learn self-compassion tools, the Finding Peace retreat is for you.

 

The following are examples of participants who match the retreats objectives:

You strive to be healthier physically and emotionally. On the outside, you look happy and content, but spiritually you feel lost, depressed, and disconnected. You are lonely, even though there are people all around you. You long for deeper, more meaningful connections with your family members, significant other, and friends. You are incredibly hard on yourself and the word “self-care” doesn’t seem to be in your vocabulary.

You’re a dedicated professional who works hard. You do your best to keep work at work and home at home. You’re exhausted emotionally and spiritually. You keep putting one foot in front of the other, and you don’t give up, but you are tired. You carry painful wounds from the past and have done your best to keep these hidden from coworkers and friends alike. You are prone to isolation and yet you crave connection at the same time. You want to believe that you are enough. You want to have hope.

You are hurting and trapped in a cycle of numbing to relieve the pain only to feel worse afterward. You have done recovery work and have achieved a level of sobriety. At the same time, because of your past choices, your life feels like it is hanging by a thread. Trust has been broken and you fear that it will never be restored. You worry about whether your relationships are going to improve and you are certain that if things don’t change, your future will be dark.

Who Facilitates The Finding Peace Retreat?

The Finding Peace Retreat was created by Troy Love, LCSW, Amazon Best-Selling Author and President of Yuma Counseling Services. With over 20 years of mental health experience, Troy’s passion is to help you find healing from attachment wounds, connect with your core truth, and discover the amazing positive impact you can make in the world.

The Finding Peace Retreat is facilitated by professionals trained in trauma related interventions, emotional processing, family systems, individual and group work. These professionals have dedicated their careers to facilitating healing. Although these individuals are licensed, your attendance at the retreat does not constitute a client- therapist relationship. Participants will be screened prior to being approved to attend the retreat to ensure that the weekend is appropriate for and meets the needs of the participants.

With over 20 years of mental health experience, Troy’s passion is to help you find healing from attachment wounds, connect with your core truth, and discover the amazing positive impact you can make in the world.

Who Facilitates The Finding Peace Retreat?

The Finding Peace Retreat was created by Troy Love, LCSW, Amazon Best-Selling Author and President of Yuma Counseling Services. With over 20 years of mental health experience, Troy’s passion is to help you find healing from attachment wounds, connect with your core truth, and discover the amazing positive impact you can make in the world.

 

The Finding Peace Retreat is facilitated by professionals trained in trauma related interventions, emotional processing, family systems, individual and group work. These professionals have dedicated their careers to facilitating healing. Although these individuals are licensed, your attendance at the retreat does not constitute a client- therapist relationship. Participants will be screened prior to being approved to attend the retreat to ensure that the weekend is appropriate for and meets the needs of the participants.

When is the Next Retreat?

October 18 – 21, 2018

The retreat will be held in Payson, Arizona. 90 minutes from the Phoenix International Airport. The next retreat begins in…

What is the Investment?

The Finding Peace Retreat is $375. It includes meals, lodging, and training materials. Financing options are available.

 

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This is a significantly reduced first-time offer.
Future retreats will not be held at this price.

37 CEUs available and approved by NASW AZ Chapter.

31 CEUs available by the California Nurses Association

Our current retreat is sold out!

Click below to receive information about our upcoming retreat scheduled in the spring