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A Courage-centered Practice for wholehearted living

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Starting in April...

Want to register with a friend and get a discount?  

You will each get $15 off registration (Basically one free class hour!) if you register together.

We have live and recorded classes to fit any schedule.

Online "virtual" classes through ZOOM

Current Offerings:

Living Authentically - Mondays @ 5:30PM PST

​Boundaries 101 - Fridays @ Noon PST

Recordings available by 7PM PST same day

Topics for 2020 will include psychoeducation on:

* Boundaries and building relationships

*Living Authentically

* Understanding and breaking Co-dependency

* Grief: A Unique Journey

* Learning to know and trust myself

*Practicing Self-compassion and changing self-talk

* Harnessing the courage to change  

... and more!

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You can participate fully or sit in the back of the class under the cloak of anonymity.  These courses are designed for all levels of engagement.

Concepts, resources and definitions will come from several sources.  You will be provided links to articles, videos and worksheets to enhance your engagement with topics in multiple ways from a variety voices.  

 COST: $95 for 6 weeks ($15.50 per class)

Register below if you are interested in participating!

Go to the CLASSES link above for schedule and more info

Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy

( In Person or Tele-therapy ) 

*Online Courses for Self-Work


Jenni Gordon, M.A. LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist  - Lic.# LMFT90971 

Certified Daring Way TM Facilitator - Clinical (CDWF)

What is courage-centered work?

After training with Brené Brown's organization in 2014, I became certified in her curriculum.  Since then, the Daring Way™ organization has had significant restructuring, including Brené's new books and reshaping of her online formats and trainings.  Though I still find her work invaluable and provide much of her curriculum as a clinician, I have restructured my work as well, working through the lens of vulnerability, authenticity and courage but incorporating other great minds and resources as well.  

So, in addition to my training in Brene's work, I bring in the concepts of self-compassion from Kristen Neff and Kelly McGonigal, or the co-dependent definitions from Melodie Beattie, to name just a few.  There are intersections between many theorists and authors, and gleaning the nuggets of wisdom from them all helps us deepen our understanding.  

Much like an onion, we continue to peel back the layers of each area of learning and get to the core beliefs within each of us.  It takes strength and bravery to do this work, and so we embrace the idea of harnessing courage to dig into the most vulnerable places of our stories and psyche to unearth the truest versions of ourselves.