As C. S. Lewis put it, everyone says forgiveness is a lovely idea until they have something to forgive. Once individuals understand the power of forgiveness on health and potential longevity and make the decision to forgive (themselves and others), they often are interested in additional strategies to help them stay on track with the process.

SEMINAR DESCRIPTION

This seminar is designed to provide tips on strategies to help you even want to forgive. When you look at the negative effects of unforgiveness and contrast those with the positive effects of forgiveness, it can offer another practical way to view this topic. It includes the three R’s, six points to ponder, four tips to encourage forgiveness, and five steps to REACH.

TIME FRAME

Can be presented in one 50-minute section (typically used as a follow-up to Forgiveness—Part 1)

TARGET AUDIENCE

Audiences that are interested in learning additional strategies to help them stay on track with the process of forgiveness.

SEMINAR OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of the seminar, participants should be able to:

  • State the two main categories of forgiveness
  • List the three R’s
  • Describe three ways to encourage forgiveness
  • State the concept of REACH

Presented by Arlene R. Taylor PhD, Brain Function Specialist, Realizations Inc
CA BRN Provider #08580

 

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