Setting boundaries is essential if we want to be both physically and emotionally healthy. It builds empowerment for individuals to have safe relationships. By recognizing the need to set and enforce limits, you protect your self-esteem, maintain self-respect, and enjoy healthy relationships.
There are many reasons that we don’t uphold boundaries, such as fear of rejection, guilt and ultimately abandonment. We may feel that we’re responsible for others’ happiness and that can weaken our own identity. Women Empowering Women (WEW) is a cohort of therapists and coaches and will discuss why it may be challenging to set limits as well share tips for setting healthy boundaries.
The WEW panelists include:
Susan Kenny (susankennylmft.com) is a Somatic Psychotherapist that helps women heal by understanding and strengthening their mind/body connection. Through tracking and understanding the nervous system, she helps clients gain an understanding of themselves and what will help them thrive!
Gail Weiner, LMFT, has 35+ years of experience helping clients understand and transform their challenges, so they can create the life, and make the contribution they were born to make. The work taps into underutilized strengths, courage, humor and wisdom – combining the depth and precision of therapy with the practical behavioral tools of coaching. Schedule a complementary consult at: www.datewisenow.com.
Pia Darling (piahealing.com) guides inspired business women to unleash their soul’s calling and expand their impact. She expertly mentors’ clients to heal old traumas that hold them back, invigorate the passion that drives their purpose and land in heart-centered power.
Ulrika Brattemark (SoulSistersForGood.com) is a time Management coach supporting heart-centered women solopreneurs. She is the author of “Time Alchemy – a dynamic and soulful approach to managing your time”.
Cynthia Gregory (cgregorycreativity.com), author, publisher, and creativity coach works with leaders to develop literary legacies in the form of personal histories, works of fiction, and professional memoirs. She is the author of Journaling As Sacred Practice: An Act of Extreme Bravery, and What is Possible from Here.