Imagine a world that has sharing circles in everyday life: families, schools, places of worship, organizations, associations, communities, hospitals, offices, and government.
Join us to learn how to hold sharing circles and actually start one during the course using your own contacts. At the end of these 6 interactive and fun classes, you will have what you need to integrate this group process into areas where you see opportunity for change. Be part of the world transformation where there is better connection, commitment, joy, ease, and love.
Sharing circles benefit many areas in everyday life. For example, in organizations, circle sharing results in increased productivity, higher levels of engagement along with more positive, meaningful outcomes.
Location: Online, log in from anywhere!
Date & Time: Thursdays, January 28 - March 4 4:30-6:30 pm Pacific time/ 7:30 - 9:30pm Eastern Time
Completion requirements: Must attend all classes, complete coursework, case study, and submit a course evaluation.
Prerequisite: Open to all health and wellness providers.
Contact Hours: This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Approved through 05/29/2022 for 12 contact hours.
NBHWC Approved Continuing Education Provider for 12 contact hours.
This course is separate from the Wisdom of the Whole Mastery program and is not approved for ICF Coach Training hours.
Last day to register:
Sunday, January 24, 2021
No Refunds on cancellations. Credit may be used toward alternate course. Minimum attendance for the class: six (6) learners. If minimum attendance is not met, Wisdom of the Whole reserves the right to postpone or cancel the course. If cancelled, attendees will be offered an alternate course.
Ann Webster RN, HWNC-BC, ADS
Ann is a holistic nurse who felt called to be a change agent for people struggling with illness and chronic diseases influenced by lifestyle choices. Drawn to the field of Addiction and Substance Abuse early in her nursing career, Ann spent her first years with Aware Recovery Care working with clients directly, later moving into the position of Care Coordinator Manager, and is now Director of Cultural Development. Ann is a Reiki Practitioner, is certified in Auricular Acupuncture (ADS) and Neurofeedback. She is currently pursuing her certification in EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique, an energy and non-invasive healing modality, effective in releasing trauma.
Donna Goldsmith, RN
Donna currently works as a registered nurse and Care Coordinator at AWARE recovery care. She was drawn to work in the addiction field after witnessing many loved ones suffer from the disease of addiction and recognizing the limited resources available. Donna and is continually amazed by the strength and resilience she sees in her clients. Besides her job at AWARE, she also works with children at Yale pediatrics and has recently become a practitioner of EFT (tapping). Donna has volunteered for various organizations over the years and has witnessed the amazing compassion and strength demonstrated by the children and their families who are living with chronic illnesses. She is honored to be participating in this sharing circle training with Ann and offer this opportunity to others as she has witnessed the amazing effects of this program.