Redeeming Shame: Shame Resilience, Self-Compassion and Graceful Living within a Cross-Cultural Context with Peter Everts, LPC
This timely webinar will address the following questions: What is shame and its messages and various disguises? How is shame different from guilt? How can shame be redeemed–deserved or not? What are some psychological and spiritual practices that can help us build shame resilience and self-compassion in our cross-cultural setting? What is so amazing about Graceful living?
The webinar will be available after that date on our website.
Peter recently retired from over 43 years of practicing clinical psychology. He received his B.A. in social relations from Harvard College, a M.A. in theology and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Fuller Seminary. He has worked in a variety of settings, and over the last 35 years his practice expanded to counseling all age groups, and specializing in the treatment of PTSD, marriage therapy, and mediating conflict in divorcing and post-divorce families.
Peter and his wife Marty, a licensed clinical social worker, have been involved in member care with cross-cultural workers for 10 years, offering marriage workshops and intensives and as well as serving as visiting clinicians at Olive Tree over the course of several years. Peter is slowly recovering from a lifetime of shame-based perfectionism. Marty would like to see the pace of his recovery quicken now that they are spending lots of time together in their retirement! Peter and Marty are in their second marriage of 24 years and share 6 adult children, 15 grand-children and 1 great-grandchild between them.