• 02 Jul 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Morning Story at 560 S. Holly (corner of Holly/Leetsdale in Denver)


Cost for event is your lunch payment to Morning Story.

Denver CAP is hosting Bonnie Brindle  to review how as a society, we have turned away from our connections to nature and the natural rhythms of living. Stress, anxiety, depression, and fear have increased for American adults and children of all backgrounds and cultures. Our burgeoning dependence on medications, obsession with technology, and time spent indoors isolated from our neighbors in nature have led to an epidemic of addictions, a rise in the suicide rates among teens and young adults, and deepening social divides. The incorporation of Wildlife Imagery into my work as a psychotherapist has helped clients rebuild grounding connections, draw on the power of the wild, and learn to incorporate coping mechanisms that mirror animals' abilities to release stress. Actually incorporating more time in nature and using Wildlife Imagery to discover guides for challenging situations improves clients' life experience." 

Bonnie M. Brindle, M. Ed., Soul of the Wild, LLC is founder of Wildlife Imagery Therapies TM  (720) 935 4467      

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