January 1, 2022 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Let’s start the New Year off in connection with ourselves and one another.

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Agnes Windram, MA Psychology & Counseling, Expressive Art & Movement Therapist (FOT & FOAT), Traumatologist, & Mindfulness Facilitator (MBSR).

Agnes is a bi-lingual, Spanish-English speaking Psychologist, Counselor and Educator. She is specialized in body-mind psychotherapy, trauma recovery, self-image, and self-worth. She has had the opportunity to facilitate the path toward resiliency of individuals with eating disorders, low self-esteem, and self-harming behavior for more than two decades. She worked in Colorado and California as a counselor at the Denver Advocacy Children Center, Florence Crittenton Services, and the COVIA-Well Connected Organization, is a lecturer in Body-Mind Psychotherapy, Trauma & Recovery Counseling at Naropa University, and is a member of the Virginia Satir and the International Focusing Institutes.

Agnes particularly likes to work with groups as she believes that peer and group support are one of the pillars of the process of change and resiliency. Regardless of how much or little we are socially engaged we all live in interaction, and clear communication is at the core of one’s experience of life, self-esteem, and self-growth. Group supports are a great opportunity to safely share and experience what our struggles, needs, and feelings are.

She is the founder and director of the institutes Creating Connections (English) and Creando Conexiones (Spanish) which provide different coaching & mentoring programs for recovery, self-growth, and congruent communication.