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Couples Connection Workshop

 

If this looks familiar…it is time to come to our

Couples Connection Workshop

 

This two day workshop will include the following topics:
  • Correcting your communication style
  • Restoring and staying in love
  • Intimacy and the style of love
  • …and plenty more!

Come and join me as we work on real life situations just like those in the video. Real life situations deserve real life solutions. I look forward to meeting you and your partner and helping you with your real life disagreements.

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Gail Wilson is a Therapist, Life Coach and Public Speaker in South Florida. Mrs. Wilson works with mothers dealing with postpartum and fathers who have difficulty with transitional changes after a new child. Mrs. Wilson works with individuals, couples and families to find their inner strength and resolve interpersonal and relational conflicts. To schedule an appointment with Mrs. Wilson call (754) 999-0410 or contact by email at Gail@mgscounseling.com

Purpose & Meaning

Purpose & Meaning: MGS Women’s Empowerment Workshop

Purpose & Meaning

 

 

 

Purpose & Meaning

What is your Purpose & Meaning? Are you being heard in your relationships? Why haven’t you elevated in your business? These are some of the questions asked by women who attended the MGS Women’s Empowerment Workshops. After attendees took part in our workshops they were able to present a different self-evaluation. As you prepare for the workshop. Answer the five following questions to help you understand key strengths and weaknesses. When you attend the workshop our presenters will assist you in recognizing the tools that are specifically for you to succeed. 

Five Key Questions:

  1. What is my passion? What gets me out of bed each day?
  2. My strengths/weaknesses?
    1. What do these tell me about my purpose?
  3. What gives my life the most meaning?
  4. I feel most comfortable doing?
  5. If I have a understanding of my purpose, have I actively began to engage in it? If not what is holding me back or standing in my way?

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Gail Wilson is a Therapist, Life Coach and Public Speaker in South Florida. Mrs. Wilson works with mothers dealing with postpartum and fathers who have difficulty with transitional changes after a new child. Mrs. Wilson works with individuals, couples and families to find their inner strength and resolve interpersonal and relational conflicts. To schedule an appointment with Mrs. Wilson call (754) 999-0410 or contact by email at Gail@mgscounseling.com

Faces of Vulnerability

Faces of vulnerability

Faces of Vulnerability

Many of my learning moments come from my clients. From groups to therapeutic sessions to speaking at conferences and workshops. One this that remains consistent across the different arenas, the word vulnerability makes people run for the hills. Is it the word? Or the idea of what they will need to do to show a representation of the word? Either way it brings a reaction to those hearing it.

 

For some the face of vulnerability is anxiety. That face is one who starts to think of all the worst results of consequences of the action. One who is suspicious of the actions of others, while taking a second look at themselves? This face for many is overwhelming and not welcomed in intimate spaces. Many pretend they do not see this face or even have this face themselves.

Another face of vulnerability is shame. Shame presents itself when the reminder to being vulnerable means sharing those actions we aren’t very proud of. The past we want to so desperately forget and hid from. The “old” self we no long want to be acquainted with.  This face tends to sit back and observe every other face and want to pass judgement on others to deflect the shame they have for themselves.

Vulnerability comes in the face of confusion for some. This face presents it’s self because pieces are missing. Either from extensive trauma or numbing. In addition numbing is another face of vulnerability. We numb because we hurt due to situations where vulnerability showed it’s face and we were taken advantage of. Hence the face of confusion.

Lastly the face of vulnerability can be seen as a face of acceptance. A face that has traveled through all of the prior faces and maybe a few others. This face has run from being transparent and willing to change. Yet even in the time of confusion, a clear picture can be seen when you have the willingness to make change. Finding the balance between honesty and acceptance of self and others. We cannot change the things we are unable to change in the lives of others however we can change our perspective towards change.

Being vulnerable is also about having the willingness to change. Vulnerability in itself is all about change. Changing the way we think and approach a situation and allowing ourselves the opportunity to let others in as others let us in. The face a vulnerability is a face we wear at some point or another. However as we continue to grow and learn from one another, take not on the faces that encourage us to change. Redefine your understanding towards vulnerability. It can be strong, empowering, supportive, willing, accepting and caring if you allow yourself to become vulnerable. These too are faces of vulnerability and I challenge you to use one of these faces instead!

5 Ways to Recognize if You’re in Need of Therapeutic Services

5 Ways to Recognize if You’re in Need of Therapeutic Services:
BefTherapy,Family Therapy, Coules Therapy, Indidual Therapy, Speaker, E-Therapy, Therapist, Groups, workshop, Servicesore seeking therapy, most people are in denial that they need counseling. These are 5 ways to know that it is time to seek professional help:
1. Bitterness
Do you find yourself avoiding people because something upset you? Are you constantly in a bad mood and not quite sure why? It is probably time to speak to a counselor. Therapy helps get to the root of the issue and helps patients understand how to move on and why that is important. Life is too short to get bitter, get better instead!
2. Lack of Motivation
Are you uninterested in daily activities you once enjoyed? Lack of motivation can be a symptom of depression. Being in an unmotivated state of mind can result in more problems, as the original ones were never solved to begin with. Speaking to a professional is the first step to getting hobbies you once enjoyed back into your life!
3. Difficulty Maintaining Relationships
Many clients tend to have difficulty maintaining relationships. This could be because of mood swings and other reasons. Speaking to a professional would help solve this issue, as professionals psychoanalyze as the patient as they treat them as well.
4. Change in Appetite
Eating more or less food than usual can be a symptom of a mental health issue. If not treated on time, change in appetite can eventually develop into an eating disorder. It is crucial to notice if change in appetite is occurring as the reason can lie in psychological issues that often go unnoticed.
5. Change in Sleeping Patterns
Change in sleeping patterns can also mean there is an underlying psychological issue. Speaking to a psychologist can help the patient fix this problem before it begins severely affecting his/her daily life.
These are just a few signs to know whether it is time to seek professional help. If any of the previously mentioned scenarios have occurred in your life or the life of a loved one remember that we offer $30 off the first session!
Gail Wilson is a Therapist, Life Coach and Public Speaker in South Florida. Mrs. Wilson works with mothers dealing with postpartum and fathers who have difficulty with transitional changes after a new child. In addition Mrs. Wilson works with individuals, couples and families to find their inner strength and resolve interpersonal and relational conflicts. To schedule an appointment with Mrs. Wilson call (754) 999-0410 or contact by email at Gail@mgscounseling.com