Whether you work with animals or even people in need, this workshop with reknowned speaker Dr. Linda Harper will help give you the tools you need to work through the roller-coaster ride of emotions that we go through each day. Learn strategies that will help you through the heartbreak and frustration that can often come with helping those who need us most.
The workshop, hosted by the Independent Cat Society, will occur on August 4th from 1-4pm at the Purdue University North Central campus at 1401 S US 421 in Westville, in the Library-Faculty-Student (LSF) building, room 02 (just downstairs, or directly down the hall from the elevator). Campus maps are available at http://www.pnc.edu/maps/campus-map/.
Your registration fee will include a copy of Dr. Harper's book, The Power of Joy in Giving to Animals, a worthwhile read for anyone who works with animals, children, the elderly, or any other group that often requires special care, attention, and advocacy.
Balancing/Making Space/Taking Care of Yourself
Letting Go of the Journey of Animals/Others/What If's
Light refreshments will be served. Get your seat now for only $20 through July 19!
You can register at the ICS Used Book Sale on July17th and 18th, or go online now to http://www.eventbrite.com/e/finding-the-power-of-joy-in-working-with-animals-tickets-16902648276
Late registration after July 20 and tickets available at the door are $25.
For more information please contact the Independent Cat Society at 219-785-4936 or email us at email@example.com