Welcome Michael Gelbart

I am excited to announce the forgiveness training schedule for winter/spring 2015, and delighted to introduce you to my new teaching partner.

Please join me in welcoming Michael Gelbart to The Path of Forgiveness.

Michael Gelbart

Michael Gelbart

Michael Gelbart LCSW is a psychotherapist who brings over 30 years of experience in counseling and social work. His therapeutic specialties include somatic healing, trauma resolution, intimacy and relationships, addiction release, healing shame, soul work and spirituality. In addition to his private practice in San Leandro and Berkeley, he has led many workshops and trainings.

Michael shares my passion for supporting those who are ready to forgive and who understand that forgiveness is an essential step in spiritual growth and transformation. He brings a wealth of experience which will help deepen our forgiveness work, including expertise in somatic healing and trauma recovery. I am really looking forward to working with Michael and learning from him. We’re hoping that together we can expand this work and serve more people!

We are planning a bunch of workshops and teleseminars in the next few months, so come meet Michael and see what we’re up to!

Save the dates! Registration will open soon – we’ll send a separate email announcing when it does, but for now here is the schedule:

Saturday Morning Workshops
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Feb 7 Forgiving Others – Moving Beyond Blame Berkeley
Mar 7 Forgiving Yourself – Letting Go of Shame
and Self-Judgment
San Rafael
Apr 4 Nothing to Forgive – Opening to Grace San Leandro

Monday Evening Teleseminars
6 – 7 p.m. Pacific, 9 – 10 p.m. Eastern 

Feb 9 Forgiving Others – Moving Beyond Blame  
Mar 9 Forgiving Yourself – Letting Go of Shame and Self-Judgment  
Apr 6 Nothing to Forgive – Opening to Grace  

Spring Forgiveness Retreat
 May 15 – 17, 2015

We hope to see you at one or more of these events!


About Eileen Barker

EILEEN BARKER has been writing and speaking on forgiveness, and guiding people who need to either forgive themselves or someone else, for many years. A practicing litigation lawyer who rejected the traditional adversarial role, Eileen has focused her practice on mediation, helping thousands of people resolve disputes outside of court. This work led her into a deep exploration of forgiveness as it relates to resolving conflict and making peace, both with others and oneself.

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