From Intuition to Action: Remembering, Re-rooting, and Reclaiming Our Inner Authority

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With Ava Barron-Shasho, LCSW-C, AAC

Sunday, April 8, 2018

1:15 – 3:15 p.m.

Our “Inner Authority” is our Highest Self. It is our True Voice. When we experience it we have a deep sense of clarity…knowing…confidence.
But what happens voices from past trauma, anxiety or fear muzzles that True Voice, our Inner Authority?
Social Worker and Life Coach Ava Barron-Shasho brings her Life Empowerment toolbox to ISD-DC this Sunday to get us back on our own track with her unique mix of hands-on introspection and interaction activities.
We’ll gain the insight and tactics we need to silence the self-sabotage of the past, and re-align with our Authentic Presence — so our Inner Authority is revealed once more, and remains loud and clear!  We’ll re-root, regroup and re-learn how to trust our Inner Authority to guide us in our life’s decisions, choices and circumstances.

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About Ava Barron-Shasho, LCSW-C, AAC

AVA-CAMEO PHOTOAva Barron-Shasho, LCSW-C, AAC is a licensed social worker with more than 20 years experience working with clients in individual, family and group therapy settings. She specializes in helping people overcome anxiety and develop a greater understanding of their emotional issues such as addiction, shame and childhood trauma.  She also uses a variety of expressive techniques and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and has had several workshops and events at ISD-DC focused on empowering ourselves from the inside out.

Ava enjoys helping people find solutions and make positive life changes. People she’s worked with have said that her warmth, intuition and compassion helps them open up and break through the barriers that hold them back. With her passion, energy and a “never-give-up” attitude, Ava helps engage creativity and renew spirit.

From Intuition to Action: Remembering, Re-rooting, and Reclaiming Our Inner Authority
Where

Institute for Spiritual Development

When

04/08/2018
1:15 pm - 3:15 pm

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