A New InnerVision group starting in February with Connie Hays!
InnerVision is an educational program offered in monthly small group settings—usually 4- 6 individuals. This allows for safety and support to work on specific issues of personal growth in a confidential environment. The books, videos, and other study materials are designed for the diverse learning styles of the individuals within the groups. Most group sessions last three to 2-½ to 3-½ hours depending on the number of participants, so that each participant has time to process.
InnerVision work begins with “Not What But How” using Nancy Spence’s workbook “Back to Basics: An Awareness Primer” that introduces self-inquiry processes—life-changing concepts that give you specific tools that allow you to look inward and get to know your mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual self. As you become familiar and skilled with these processes, you begin to see ways to free yourself from the suffering that is often the result of reactive, conditioned living.
Connie Hays will be starting this new group using Nancy Spence’s book “Back to Basics: An Awareness Primer”. The group will meet monthly through a Zoom Meeting on a Thursday or Friday morning EST. Connie is asking for a commitment of 6 months. The cost will be $65/per person/per session.
If you have questions about the group, please email Connie at [email protected].
If you would like to join the group, contact Sarah Brownlee at [email protected].
If you know of someone – a friend, colleague – who would be interested in personal inquiry, please forward this e-mail to them. You may also have them contact me directly at [email protected]
Connie is a licensed clinical social worker. She has 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist. She has been in an InnerVision group herself for 23 years and has been a student of Nancy’s for 22 years. Connie has had extensive training in Internal Family systems, which is a method of using our spiritual practice to understand and accept all the parts of the small self. She has also been trained in sensory motor therapy, which recognizes the importance of understanding how we hold patterns and past trauma in our body. This being said, in leading the groups she would strive to follow and respect the current work being done in each group.