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Feeling a sense of connection, belonging and a well-developed support system is one of the Eight Dimensions of Wellness as identified by SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. When relationships are filled with misunderstandings, tangled by frustration, and leave you feeling disconnected, it can impact your mental health and your peace of mind.

If you would like to put the word, “Relate” back into your relationships, the Transformational Relationship Dynamics workshop is for you! In this FREE mental health workshop you will learn about a relationship tool called the Triangle of Disempowerment, and discover when and where you slip into the role of Rescuer, Victim, or Perpetrator. As you bring more awareness to this very common relationship dynamic, you can forever shift all of your relationships — parental, family, romantic, friend and professional.

“Stepping off the Triangle” is a simple process that is easily incorporated into everyday life and will become your “go to” practice when old patterns come calling.

Presenter Dannielle Bryan has over 20 years of experience in client practice, presenting information and teaching tools that help people better understand themselves and their relationships. Her natural way of relating to people, combined with her life experience brings credibility to her teachings. Most recently Dannielle has given presentations for Communities That Care (for parents and teens) and the Park City Womens Business Network, and Park City’s First Annual Women’s Expo. She recently received her certification as a trainer and facilitator for the Guiding Good Choices curriculum being sponsored by Communities That Care (CTC), which is a program of the Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance.

CONNECT is proud to co-sponsor this exciting programming with The Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance and Intermountain Park City Hospital. For more information please email [email protected] We look forward to seeing you!


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