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The Place to SOAR recently participated in a half-day workshop focused on youth, where parents, educators and mentors came together to learn holistic skills for the healthy development of our young people–in mind, body, and spirit.
As one of the workshop leaders, I guided the audience in a discussion of the importance of positive self-image in youth. Specifically, we will examine self-image through the lens of bullying thoughts, actions and behaviors and how it all links to personal accountability and responsibility (PAR). We discussed the need for leadership, influence and connection in bullying intervention and prevention.
Did you know?
1) 70% of teens do not have a positive self-image
2) Peers play varying roles in the bully experience
3) Bullying is your business
PAR: Personal Accountability and Responsibility
Bullying is Everybody’s Business
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User Guides are available to broaden the understanding of various roles such as community leaders, faith leaders, educators, administrators, parents. etc. Guides are available for 11 different audiences
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The Place to SOAR is proud to support OMA Pittsburgh as the host of the Marianne Williamson Love America Tour in Pittsburgh on May 9, 2018.
Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher, author and lecturer.
Her first book, A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A COURSE IN MIRACLES, is considered a classic in the realm of modern spirituality. Her other books include Age of Miracles, Everyday Grace, A Woman’s Worth, Illuminata, and Healing the Soul of America. She has been a popular guest on television programs such as Oprah, Larry King Live, Good Morning America and Charlie Rose.
OMA Center for Mind, Body, and Spirit began about 15 years ago as a vision of an inner city community wellness center and a rural retreat center that would complement each other. Both would provide holistic services for anyone regardless of their socioeconomic, cultural, or spiritual/religious background.
Our vision is created upon a commitment to provide for all individuals, a holistic approach to facilitate wellness of self, family, and the community. OMA will integrate a variety of healing and therapeutic modalities in the areas of wellness, fitness, health, therapeutic and educational programs.
Active board members create an atmosphere of commitment, dedication and never-ending love for people. The board is comprised of licensed therapists, social workers, practitioners, life coaches, educators and writers who all come together unified in helping people begin a journey towards wellness and wholeness in mind, body and spirit.
Join us at the Twentieth Century Club in the heart of Oakland for a wonderful opportunity to share thoughts, ideas and needs on each other’s journey in the realm of Mind, Body, and Spirit in a comfortable setting of like-minded individuals.
In this ultramodern world we can lose ourselves in a number of ways with busy lives, stressful jobs, financial burdens and mindless entertainment as an escape. At times we feel like life is a crazy, tedious grind and there’s just got to be something more. Let’s talk about that…
I was recently invited to join the board of the OMA Center for Mind Body Spirit in Pittsburgh, PA, my home city. I’m very excited to be a part of a long-term vision of holistic education for well-being of self, family and community.