Sequence offers programs to support physical and emotional health, relationships and personal growth throughout the year. These programs are open to any member of the general public who feels they would be a helpful addition to moving forward on the journey to contentment and connection.
The Seven Principles Program for Couples is a one-day couples' retreat workshop, based on the internationally acclaimed research of Dr. John Gottman as presented in his New York Times bestselling book—The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. This educational workshop is offered across the US and internationally, and has reached thousands of couples wishing to strengthen their relationship. Designed to help couples improve their friendship and conflict management skills, this program is offered throughout the year by the Sequence Institute for Learning and Education.
"What now?" is the question most parents ask when they bring home a new baby. As exciting as the birth of a child can be, it can also be an incredibly stressful and tiring experience. Couples find it difficult to find the time and energy to focus on each other as they deal with this "new normal."
As a new or expecting parent, you and your partner will learn how to gain relationship satisfaction and create healthy social, emotional and intellectual development for your child. The carefully designed workshops allow you to follow along with the workbook (yours to keep) while you learn about how couples cope with these changes, what to expect for each other and yourself, and how to understand and connect with your child.
This program is offered in a classroom style setting as a workshop, or the material can be covered in a specific couples therapy program.
This is offered as a Friday "Date" Night program in 2 hour blocks, view the registration schedule to learn more:
Fighting Fair: Turn Conflict Into The Connection You Hope For
Taking The Fear Out Of Finance: A Couples Course On Managing Your Time & Budget & Attitude
Mindfulness Meditation For Anxiety Relief
As parents, we sometimes can get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our daily “to-do’s”. The stresses and anxieties of caring for ourselves and our loved ones can sometimes feel so overwhelming that we forget to stop, take a breath, and rejuvenate. These feelings of stress, anxiety, and worry, often carry over to our children, as well.
We welcome you to join our Mindfulness Hour for Parents. Here, we will share mindfulness exercises and activities that will help restore your sense of well-being, calm your mind and body, and support you and your family on your path towards mindful living.
MB-EAT helps people use mindfulness techniques applied to eating to slow down and tune in to the body and naturally eat less and be satisfied; no struggle involved. MB-EAT was developed by Dr. Jean Kristeller and supported by NIH funded research to address mindless, habitual eating and binge eating. Although this program has been used for binge eating disorders, my training as a facilitator of this program focuses on the general population to address stress eating, mindless eating, and emotional eating. The MB-EAT program is an online 10 session program with 2 follow up phone check-ins.
This isn't a diet or a therapy, it is a program with a set of mindfulness tools that can change your life forever. It is appropriate for adults of all ages.
Taming Test Anxiety With Mindfulness
Sequence offers a 90 minute class "Mindful Test Taking" , aligned with SAT/ACT/AP Exams and SAT Subject test dates. This is for teens in 11-12th grades to learn mindfulness skills to reduce test anxiety. Meditation, breathing and positive self talk are taught by a therapist with expertise in working with adolescents. This small group setting allows for test anxiety prep, before the big day. AP Exam, SAT or ACT, don't let fear block your ability to do your best.
After having been sent home early from college and now preparing to return to an academic year that will look different than expected in every way, there is a lot to adapt to. We will process emotions and develop a coping skills plan for a year without the traditional dances, crowded parties, sports seasons and so much more.
The feelings of loss, anger and worry can be overwhelming, and this workshop provides a space to process unexpected loss and change. This program will equip young adults to thrive despite the year’s differences. This retreat will be led by a professional therapist Danielle Boucree MSW, LMSW, MBA with assistance from a 2020 college graduate Caroline Sturges, BSW. Other Sequence Institute team members will offer support for portions of the retreat.
Who: Co-Ed, College Aged (18+ years old)
When: Friday, July 17, 2020
Contact: Danielle Boucree. email@example.com. 240-200-5401 ext 714
Divorce can be one of life's most difficult experiences. It’s a time when you’re called upon to make important, long-term decisions while in the midst of emotional turmoil. Despite this, it is possible to manage a divorce with dignity, strength, and wisdom. This presentation will provide basic divorce information and explore ways to get you and your family through this time with thoughtfulness.