Three-Day Success Counseling Training Workshop
- Hulbert Outdoor Center, Fairlee, VT
- Tuesday, March 7 to Thursday, March 9
- Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:30-4:30, Thursday: 8:30-3:30
Barnes Boffey, Director of Training for The Aloha Foundation
For Parents, spouses, colleagues, counselors, managers or leaders
The skills and concepts of Success Counseling have profound implications for the way we live our lives, especially in the realm of relationships. Whether you are a teacher, parent, spouse, counselor, manager, leader or colleague, this workshop will have a direct effect on both your happiness and effectiveness, guaranteed!
Success Counseling is an internal control psychology which redefines what motivates us and shows us how to have much greater control over our emotions and happiness than most of us feel we have. Internal control psychology leads to win-win relationships rather than relationships filled with conflict, and as we understand the powerful role that perception plays in our lives, we can change patterns that we no longer find useful or effective.
You do not need to have any special knowledge to take this training. It is designed to work with both those who have no knowledge of the Success Counseling model and with those have had fairly extensive exposure through The Camps & Programs of The Aloha Foundation or The International Association of Applied Control Theory. This workshop will give you a full picture of the theory and its applications and also allow you the time to develop skills which you can bring home and use immediately. For more information please email, text or call Barnes Boffey, 603-491-7348. To sign up, please print out a Registration Form and mail it with your payment to The Aloha Foundation at 2968 Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, VT 05045. Forms may also be faxed to 802-333-3404 or scanned and emailed to Lynn Daly.
- $375 covers training materials, lunches, and snacks
Participants who wish to stay at Hulbert may stay for $60 per night which includes breakfast, linens and lodging. You would be sharing a room with one roommate.