Workshop Fee

Workshop Schedule

Virtually by Zoom
10am-11:30am on Saturday, March 25 th

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    Resolution Reset

    • Resolution Reset March 25th

Resolution Reset

Did you set intentions in the New Year that never fully materialized? 

Did you start January strong with new habits that faded into an afterthought by February?

You are NOT alone! Many people set amazing goals at the beginning of each year that don’t stick because they are not specific, measurable, or achievable enough and they don’t have an action plan in place.

This workshop will provide an opportunity to holistically assess your life and use your findings to refine your goals and create a plan to support your growth. Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, Kore Brown, will guide the group through a biopsychosocial-spiritual self-assessment and will utilize research-based tools to help you structure your goals and your action plan.

Kore is an EFT-trained relationship therapist and an EMDR-trained trauma therapist as well as a certified yoga teacher. As such, this workshop has been designed to foster a safe space for self-reflection that brings together the mind, body, and spirit. You can expect to leave feeling grounded, motivated, and connected to a supportive community.


MA in Family and Marriage Therapy

Kore Brown

Kore believes that all people are capable of transformative healing when met with compassionate care. She seeks to meet her clients with empathy and curiosity and feels privileged to walk alongside them on their journey.

Kore is passionate about diversity and inclusion and strongly believes that all relationships and identities are valid. As such, she honors that clients are the experts of their own lives and seeks to provide a safe and affirming therapeutic experience.

Kore takes a trauma-informed approach and specializes in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Kore has also been a registered yoga teacher (E-RYT 200) since 2015 and, as such, brings mindfulness and somatic awareness into her work as a therapist.

Prior to pursuing a career in mental health, Kore worked as a corporate communications advisor, providing strategic counsel to companies in crisis situations such as bankruptcies, sudden management changes, mergers and acquisitions, litigation, and reputational attacks. Kore now applies the crisis management skills that she developed in that job to her work helping individuals, couples and families move through periods of transition, challenge, and distress.

Kore sees herself as a relationship consultant who partners with clients to help them identify and compassionately shift unhelpful patterns that keep them stuck. Most importantly, Kore really LOVES doing this work and is deeply dedicated to her clients’ success. If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, she would be honored to begin working with you today!