The Inner Critic, the voice inside the mind, influences our sense of who we are, our personal productivity, our relationships, and the overall quality of our lives. How we think others see us, and what we think we are capable of accomplishing is severely impacted by what our Inner Critic says. We are often unaware of the messages coming from our Inner Critic, but instead, interact with thoughts and unconscious beliefs as though they are true. In this interactive workshop, attendees will discover how the Inner Critic robs them from achieving what they really want out of life: joy, satisfaction, success, peace, and confidence. It addresses the fundamental question, “Who would you be if you stopped listening to the Inner Critic telling you that you’re not enough?” Attendees will learn specific tools and strategies to quiet the Inner Critic, and gain significant freedom from harmful self doubt and self judgment. Attendees will also learn how to create a compelling future, or a vision, for how they see themselves moving forward in their lives. This new vision acts as a guide and is a fundamental key to creating a clearer sense of self, life purpose and direction.
Joanna Kleinman is a Licensed Psychotherapist and the Founder of The Center For Extraordinary Relationships(www.extraordinaryrelationships. net) in Cherry Hill, NJ. She has been a private practitioner in Cherry Hill for over 20 years, helping countless individuals, couples and families to create permanent shifts in the quality of their lives. She believes that the quality of our lives is determined by the quality of our relationships with ourselves and others. As well as her private practice, she has 18 years experience leading life-changing workshops to hundreds of participants in the areas of self-empowerment, women’s leadership, relationships, and parenting. She is currently leading workshops for Campowerment, a Women’s Empowerment company featured on CNN and The Today Show, in addition to leading workshops in the greater Philadelphia area. Her workshops have been described by participants as “life changing”. She resides in Cherry Hill, NJ with her husband and three children.