BOUNDARIES WITHOUT BACKLASH PROGRAM

Facilitator:

   Erin Merrihew (CNVC Certified Trainer)

Location: Zoom

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Date and Time:

   Tue, Jul 14, 2020

July 14 - September 3 (see all dates & times in event description below)

Details

   Most of us are fed up with finding ourselves overcommitted, overworked, and overwhelmed. We know boundaries are important, and we probably even have some ideas of the ones we need to set in our lives. Yet somehow, we don’t.

Why do we struggle to set the boundaries we need?

Saying no can be a delicate, loaded thing. Even the most reasonable, well-intended boundaries can disappoint, confuse, hurt, or rupture trust with people we care about. Our boundaries have impact—and for better or worse, most of us end up swallowing our needs rather than risking the backlash of speaking up.

But this leaves us in between a rock and a hard place. If we express our boundaries we risk harming our connections, but if we don’t, we suffer.

We don’t want to be doormats, but we don’t want to be bulldozers either. Isn’t there a middle way?

Yes, thankfully, there is. And here’s the key:

Having better boundaries is not just about knowing what to say no to, it’s about knowing when and how to say no.

It’s about both acknowledging the boundaries we need AND communicating them in a way that connects. It’s about perceiving our boundaries not as a burden, but as an opportunity. And it’s about crafting conversations that strengthen trust, model self-love, and radiate authenticity.

Boundary-setting is often touted as being essential to self-care and overall happiness, and it certainly can be—but not if we’re burning bridges along the way. Poorly communicated boundaries can destroy relationships, and well-communicated ones can save them!

So where do we begin?

We can’t expect our boundaries to be well-received if we don’t have the proper skillset to communicate them.

None of us are born boundary-setting geniuses, and we weren’t taught this stuff in school. Lucky for us, boundary-setting is a powerful art we can adopt and master whenever we choose to. It just takes the right mindset, tools, and environment to practice.

Join us for a powerful journey to dissolve your boundary-setting fears and gain the skills to start building a life of balance and meaning on your terms.

If you’re ready to stop the cycle of over-extending and learn to set the boundaries you need without hurting the people and commitments that matter to you, then this is the program you’ve been waiting for. I can’t wait to have you along.

 

PROGRAM OUTLINE & SCHEDULE

This program consists of seven group lessons (2 hours each) and four group coaching calls (1 hour each), with the option of private coaching sessions (see Program Rates below). All sessions take place live on Zoom.

All course dates are below, in Pacific Time:

Tuesday July 14, 10:30am-12:30pm: Intro To Compassionate Boundaries

Tuesday July 21, 10:30am-12:30pm: Getting To Know Your Yes & No

Tuesday July 28, 10:30am-12:30pm: Breakthrough Beliefs for Boundary-Setting

Thursday July 30, 11:00am-12:000pm: Group Coaching Call #1

Tuesday August 4, 10:30am-12:30pm PDT: Unlearning Codependence

Thursday August 6, 11:00am-12:00pm: Group Coaching Call #2

[NO SESSIONS the week of August 10-14; pause for integration]

Tuesday August 18, 10:30am-12:30pm: Activating Your Boundary-Setting Superpowers

Thursday August 20, 11:00am-12:00pm: Group Coaching Call #3

Tuesday August 25, 10:30am-12:30pm: Compassionate Negotiation Skills

Thursday August 27, 11:00am-12:00pm: Group Coaching Call #4

Tuesday September 1, 10:30am-12:30pm: Boundary-Setting Resilience

Thursday September 3, 11:00am-12:00pm: Group Closure & Appreciation Call

 


PROGRAM RATES

Basic Program  $697*
Includes seven group learning sessions (2 hours each) and four group coaching calls (1 hour each).

Expanded Program  $997*
Includes seven group learning sessions (2 hours each), four group coaching calls (1 hour each), and two private coaching sessions (1 hour each) completed within 4 months of program start date.

Deep Dive Program  $1,997*
Includes seven group learning sessions (2 hours each), four group coaching calls (1 hour each), and Erin’s signature Soul Journey Coaching Program (six 1-hour private coaching sessions, custom-tailored to the intentions of the client; includes session recordings, follow-up notes and resources, and unlimited coaching support via email and video chat) completed within 6 months of program start date.

 

Discounts and scholarships are available for BIPOC! Please reach out to Erin, e r i n AT DOMAIN erinmerrihew~com

Note: Monthly installments and alternative payment plans are available for all programs. Participants may start with the Basic Program and upgrade to the Expanded or Deep Dive Program at any point throughout the program.

*  If you’re drawn to join this program and finances are the only obstacle to participating, please email me e r i n AT DOMAIN erinmerrihew~com and we’ll find a way to make this course accessible to you! If you have already taken this course and wish to repeat it, please email me e r i n AT DOMAIN erinmerrihew~com to inquire about discounted second-time student rates.

Points

  
  • Erin is a Communication & Empowerment Coach and CNVC Certified Trainer in Nonviolent Communication, based in Seattle. For more info about her approach and style, visit erinmerrihew.com
  • For any questions about this training, please contact Erin directly at e r i n AT DOMAIN erinmerrihew~com

Who is it for?

  Anyone ready to do the uncomfortable yet deeply important work of growing stronger boundary-setting skills!

Tuition Details:

  

The tuition is: Basic Program $697, Expanded Program $997, Deep Dive Program $1,997

Please indicate which program you are registering for (Basic Program $697, Expanded Program $997, Deep Dive Program $1,997). Participants may start with the Basic Program and upgrade to the Expanded or Deep Dive Program at any point throughout the program.  

Discounts and scholarships are available for BIPOC! Please reach out to Erin: e r i n AT DOMAIN erinmerrihew~com

Please contribute your payment via Venmo ( AT DOMAIN Erin-Merrihew), or by mailing a check to Erin Merrihew at 6019 Roosevelt Way NE Unit B, Seattle WA 98115.