Saturday, April 2, 2016
To be truly intimate you must first be honest with yourself.
150 W 28th St., Suite 1104
New York, NY 10001
Space is limited. For tickets, click here.
Approval of the leaders is required for attendance. For registration / more info:
Brian • firstname.lastname@example.org • (914) 420 2546
Lynn • email@example.com • (917) 297 5171
April 2, 2016 • 10 AM to 6 PM
Come join Lynn Kreaden and Brian Gleason for a day-long exploration into your most intimate places. We will create a safe place for you to explore what holds you back from showing up fully in life and love. Full on relationship requires us to strip away the long held masks that keep us seeking approval over intimacy. This day will be a highly experiential exploration into what lies inside your protections.
When we're honest with ourselves, only then can we enter into deep relationship with another. Shame, blame, and fear of our own vulnerability keep us from engaging each other in full authenticity. Intimacy then, is not all love and light. The great paradox of relationship is that, in order to be open and tender we must also be fierce.
Brian Gleason, CSW, is a licensed psychotherapist and has been in private practice for 20 years. With a special interest in working with individuals and couples around committed relationships, Brian and his wife Marcia have developed a process called Exceptional Marriage, which integrates Core Energetics into relationship therapy. Brian is a senior faculty member with private practices in New York City and Westchester, NY.