“Who’s Stuck?” A Lent Event for the Public

//“Who’s Stuck?” A Lent Event for the Public

“Who’s Stuck?” A Lent Event for the Public

March 8, 2014

Dr. Susan Davis, Clinical Psychologist, will explore personal and spiritual transformation Saturday, March 8, 8:30 am-1:00 pm at Duke’s-Kauai Marriott in Lihue. 

The event is sponsored by St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Lihue.

Based on her book, Something Rich and Strange:  Discovering Your Path to Wholeness,

Susan will guide participants through a process of self-discovery and personal growth toward new freedom, deeper love, and more joyous living.

As Moses led his people to freedom, as Jesus was raised to a fuller and richer life, Susan will show how similar transformations are available to us today.  Weaving together the biblical stories with modern psychology, she charts the predictable and necessary stages of transformation.  With warmth and clinical insight, Susan provides a map for those who are on a journey of psychological healing and spiritual formation, as well as those who guide them.

Tickets for the event are $25, which includes continental breakfast and lunch.  Advance purchase only; deadline March 2.  Tickets may be purchased at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 4364 Hardy St., Lihue, or by calling 245-3796.  (Ask about scholarships.)

Susan’s book will be available for sale at the event, or it may be purchased online at Amazon.com.  To find out more about Susan, see her website at susandavisphd.com

No-cost follow-up classes, Charting the Journey, will be offered on Sundays, March 9-April 6, 8:30-9:30 am, in the Goodale Conference Room at St. Michael’s Church.

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