Developing Healthy Boundaries
Run time: 10 minutes
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Do you ever have difficulty telling people "no"? When life is pulling you in a dozen different directions, it's easy to fall into the trap of trying to address everyone else's needs before your own. This course will teach you what a "healthy" boundary is, and when and how to establish appropriate boundaries that make it easy to say "no" in any personal or professional situation.
About the Speaker
With more than 20 years providing workshops, seminars and groups with people from all walks of life, Merle Salus-Herbig knows having and sustaining boundaries is a key aspect to leading a healthy and successful life. Though she has worked with couples, families and children, Merle has spent much of her time helping women in transition. In her experience, women tend to take care for others before caring for themselves, and Merle is passionate about empowering women to take control of their personal and professional journey.
Merle is a licensed clinical social worker with a focus on psychotherapy and a board certified diplomate. She is also a member of the social work staff at Fresh Start Women's Foundation. Merle holds a master's degree in social work and a master's degree in education from the University of Chicago. She regularly attends and leads education seminars and workshops to continue and share her knowledge of this field.
“Women come to Fresh Start to connect and gain support in their life transitions. They come to find a community of women who respect them and with whom they can identify.”