Walking Through the Fog- 9 Week Series
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Walking Through the Fog is a 9 Week series led by Dr. Kristen Guillory presented by the Women of AT&T.
The Weekly Virtual Series begins on Tuesday, August 18, 2020.
Time: 7pm CST-8:15pm CST.
TWO Workshops in ONE!!
PLEASE NOTE: You Can register until Tuesday, Aug 18p at 3p CST.
The series begins with an interactive study and discussion of Dr. Guillory's book, Walking Through the Fog: Holding on to Hope When you Can't See the Sun.
Please Note: You do not need the book for Week 1. Please allow up to 3 business days for the book.
i.e if you register on Aug 18, the book will be mailed on Aug 19 and you should receive it by Aug 22. For week 2 (Aug 25)- we will review Chap 1-3 i.e about 11 pages.
2020 has been an unexpected year. With the impact of COVID19, the unrest around social injustices, and your own personal hurdles, many feel as though they are walking through the fog. During this 9-week series, participants will read and discuss Dr. Guillory's book- Walking Through the Fog, Holding on to Hope When you Can't See the Sun. Participants will spend six weeks reviewing the book, creating a self care toolkit, & more and three weeks rediscovering one's voice. While walking through the fog, some might feel as though they've lost their voice or want to rediscover it! Dr. Guillory will walk participants through identifying and rediscovering their voices, how to use their voices, how to STOP apologizing for who we are, and why our voices are important.
The book IS INCLUDED!!
9 Week outline and What to Expect
Week 1 Introduction and I had No Clue
Week 2 I Had no clue
Week 3 It's ok Not to Be Ok
Week 4 Breathe and Be Still
Week 5 Support Circle and Hope
Week 6 Gratefulness and your Plan
Week 7 Who are you? The power of your voice, personality, and story
Week 8 How to overcome limiting thoughts and no longer apologize for who you are
Week 9 Time to Speak Up!
This INTERACTIVE experience will include:
>> Weekly reading that includes questions to answer (no more than 15 pages or so) + mini assignments to assist while on the journey
>> Creating a Self Care Toolkit
>> Mention of work by Dr. Caroline Leaf regarding Mental Self Care
>> 4 mini restorative yoga sessions led by Certified Yoga Instructor and Dr. Guillory's sister
>> Breathing exercises
>> Some Fun
>> Certificate of Completion
>>> The BOOK is included with registration --Please note: books will begin to be mailed on Aug 12. Please allow up to 3 business days. If you register after Aug 12, your book will be mailed the day after you register. You may register up to 3pm CST on August 18.
This workshop series is normally $497 but is ONLY $249! 20% of the proceeds will go to the participant's Women of AT&T Chapter Scholarship fund. Payment plan options are available.
About the Book:
There are times in life when we don’t know what we should do or the next step to take.
A family tragedy became the catalyst for this book. It shook the entire family to the core. For the first time, Dr. Guillory didn’t know how to fix it. For the first time, she experienced pain that literally brought her to her knees.
In the chapters to come, you will hear her experience. It is a story of great transparency—she is brutally honest about her weaknesses, her pain, her failures, her pride, and her triumphs. But her heart is not to simply tell you a story. She wants you to also experience the presence and faithfulness of the Lord in pain.
Get prepared. Dr. Guillory offers 7 steps for you to take while walking through the fog.
What have people said about the book?
"Throughout her book, Dr. G asks reflection questions of the reader. A lot of these questions require you to dig deep and begin the process of pruning your soul. Two questions that challenged me in Ch. 6 were: “What are you afraid might happen if you stop?” and “What consumes your thoughts?” At first glance, these don’t seem too bad, but when I sat down to journal, I realized I’ve got some work to do."
"Sometimes, we think that as we go through things in life that we are alone. Sometimes we believe that we don't need help or we can manage. I so appreciate Dr. Kristen Guillory authoring a book that speaks confidently to these times in our lives. Times where it is OK to say you're Not OK; times where guidance and reassurance are phenomenal!"
To learn more about the book, visit https://www.kristenguillory.com/walking-through-the-fog.
About Dr. Guillory
Dr. Kristen Guillory, as featured on CBS and Fox affiliates as well as multiple podcasts and magazines, is a true force. She is the president and chief consultant of KSGuillory Enterprises, a firm that provides strategic and professional development, coaching and training in the areas of Self Care, Mental Health, Cultural Humility, and Public Speaking. Dr. Guillory is also a sought after speaker and trainer who uses her signature method that incorporates her own life experiences, contagious enthusiasm, dance, and a touch of humor. Dr. Guillory has spoken over 800 times to over 70,000 people in Fortune 500 Companies, Universities, School Districts, and more. She has spoken in cities in North and South America. Additionally, Dr. Guillory is a renowned speaker coach. Scratch that. Her clients say she is much more than that. They call it the Dr. Guillory experience. She supports her clients to experience true freedom in who they are!
She has often been the only woman of color to be invited to speak and is looking to change this. She is the author of Walking Through the Fog: Holding on to Hope When you Can't See the Sun, AND It's Ok to Take a Break: 52 Tips on Self Care and Mental Wellness. As someone who was once in captivity to activity, self-care is non-negotiable for her. A Dallas native, Dr. Guillory discovered her gift to encourage at the age of 14 and knew she always wanted to help others. Since then, she has created over 60 youth and adult programs, graduated with her Bachelors's from Texas Christian University, where she later taught in the graduate social work program. And speaking of teaching, she has taught at four universities. She has been invited to present her research in Europe, conducted her dissertation research on the school completion and dropout among African American males, and has extensive experience in social work as a program director, advocate, and trainer and currently serves as a mental health consultant for various organizations. Dr. Guillory has broken many barriers from earning a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Arlington at 27 years old to being the only African American and woman to graduate with a Ph.D. in her graduating class to teaching her first graduate class at 24 years old to institutions creating positions just for her and much more! She thought she knew where life would like her. And then 2013 happened. After experiencing a tragedy in 2013, her life changed and so did her goals. In 2014 she stepped away from a fantastic professor position in faith. And the journey continues as she strives to be a catalyst for Healing, Hope, and Purpose. In her spare time, she enjoys solo traveling, comedy shows, dancing, and spending time with her family, especially her nephews!
Visit kristenguillory.com to learn more!
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