May 17-18 Nature Weekend Retreat at O'Leno State Park,
High Springs, Florida

by Malini d.d.
Posted May 17, 2003

Spend an intensive weekend focusing on your personal development, communication, and relationships, while staying in a rustic cabin and appreciating the natural setting. Create unforgettable bonds and learning experiences in this special environment. Register for the O'Leno State Park (High Springs, Florida) Life Skills/Personal Transformation Training.
Seminar Hours
May 17th, 2003: 8:30 a.m. (Registration and check in)
Course begins at 10 a.m.
11 p.m. (approximate ending time).
May 18th : Course begins at 9 a.m.
8 p.m. (approximate ending time).


There will be two meal breaks on Saturday and one on Sunday. Breakfast on Sunday will be served between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Saturday lunch and dinner and Sunday breakfast and lunch is included in the seminar tuition.

The course teaches techniques to help participants make appropriate behavioral changes through more effective communication.

You will acquire listening tools as a basis for modules including interpersonal skills, conflict resolution, commitment, teamwork, and assertiveness.

Through participatory activities you will examine underlying assumptions by which you live your life. This will facilitate a shift in your ability to relate to yourself and others. You can then fully engage your potential and create results in career, spirituality, relationships, and all areas of human endeavor.

You will explore the effect of your interpersonal style and refine your communication and relationship skills.
This is a concentrated, powerful communication training, culminating in self-realization and satisfying relationships. This self-understanding will improve your communication at work, with family, and in all interactions.

Goals


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CEUs Awarded
Nurses receive 21 CE credits (State of Florida Provider #FBN3483), massage therapists receive 20 CEUs (#MCE417-03), respiratory therapists receive 8 CEUs (# RCE143), licensed acupuncturists receive 14 CEUs (#BP 02-126).

Tuition includes: 22- hour course, course material, 4 meals and a night in a rustic cabin.
Tuition: $300
Early registration: $250, when you register by May 1.
Group and student discounts: Call to inquire.

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On line:


Phone: 352-538-7191 or 386-418-0882
E-Mail:
Seminars@satvatove.org

Satvatove
PO box 1694
Alachua, Florida 32616





David B. Wolf
Ph.D., MSW

Profile

PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION TRAINER
LIFE SKILLS COACH
WRITER/ RESEARCHER


Dynamic and effective communicator who utilizes extensive audience participation and experiential exercises to enhance learning and retention of information.

A member of the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, David Wolf holds a Ph.D. and a Master of Social Work Degree, as well as a B.Sc. in Psychology. For his outstanding and creative scholarship, David received two university fellowships from Florida State University. David brings more than 20 years of experience in the social service and mental health professions to his presentations on empathic listening, personal transformation, and accountability. Currently he serves as the director of an international child protection agency, and conducts seminars and courses on personal growth and helping skills throughout the world.  

Author and Researcher: David has published a book, titled Krsna, Israel, and the Druze- An Interreligious Odyssey , about personal adventures in the Middle East, where he lived and managed a business for 8 years. Several top journals, such as Psychological Reports and Social Work , have published articles he wrote based on his psychological research. Marquis Who's Who lists David Wolf and credits him for his accomplishments as a researcher and social service professional.

Service Orientation:
Actively involved in his community, David serves as chairman and member of several local, national, and international boards of directors for service-related organizations, such as the Alachua County Family Service Team, the Alachua Learning Center, and the Association for the Protection of Children. He lives in north Florida with his wife and two children.

 

 

 
 
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Satvatove
P.O. Box 1694
Alachua FL, 32616
352.538.7191
Seminars@satvatove.org

 

Satvatove
P.O. Box 1694
Alachua FL, 32616
352.538.7191
Seminars@satvatove.org