Chris Panzica

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**PRESENTING:  Understanding and Transforming Shame **

In this workshop, we will explore how shame manifests in our lives and come to a better understanding of how we might transform its impact. Unaddressed shame contributes to addiction, procrastination, self-defeating habits, and damages our wellbeing in ways that we are often unaware of. Through discussion and working in small groups, we will identify how shame functions in our lives and how we can move towards acceptance and healing.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Chris Panzica, LCSW is a psychotherapist in NYC. He recently completed his training in

Gestalt Therapy. He is supplementing his education with training in somatic

psychotherapy at the Center for Somatic Studies to support his interest in body-oriented

therapy. He is also enrolled in the Contemplative Psychotherapy Program at

the Nalanda Institute where he is exploring his interest in Buddhism and how

mindfulness, meditation, and Buddhist psychology may be integrated with contemporary

psychotherapy. He is passionate about supporting others to heal old wounds so they

may experience more freedom and vitality. He is excited to present workshops to the

Easton community, which has nurtured him since 2015.

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To feed my soul so that I may return to my students with more inspiration and love to share! Jennifer
 

Retreat Guru's Vision

We believe human beings are innately wise, strong and kind. This wisdom, although not always experienced, is always present. Going on retreat is a beautiful way to reconnect to our basic sanity and health. Our aspiration at Retreat Guru is to inspire people to experience authentic retreats and reconnect with their innate wisdom, strength and kindness.

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