We have been taught common sense is not common, what our intentions are with what we put out into the world versus how the world receives our messaging is at times totally different, whether it be verbal or non-verbal.  At times the inability to be conscious of one’s actions and its effects can result in loss of relationships and employment, just to name a few. Saying what we mean and meaning what we say requires more than words, it’s the actions that matter most.

With the use of evidence-based theory, the Self-Awareness workshop offers support with increasing one’s consciousness in the nonverbal cues and its conflict at time with verbal cues, while offering suggestions on ways to enhance and improve this skill long-term.