We invite everyone to attend a special seminar on Sunday, March 1 presented by Arborlawn member Helen Williamson Elliott. The seminar, entitled “Family Harmony: Anger in the Family” will be at 6:00 p.m. in Room 271.
This special free presentation will be an overview of different things a family can do to help build a stronger bond and recognize ways family members may be inadvertently hurting others. There are patterns of behaving that we learn in our families of origin, but with some work, we can rewrite the patterns with a few behavioral tools which will be introduced in the presentation.
Helen Williamson Elliott, M.S. LPC-Intern holds a masters degree in counseling, is a former upper elementary school teacher and the mother of three adult children in their twenties. She has been counseling for five years and now works with juveniles on probation and counsels individuals, couples, and families in Cleburne and Southlake. She especially enjoys working with teens and children. Given Mrs. Elliott has a long athletic history, she is a strong proponent of healthy choices for the body, and believes the mind, body, and spirit work together. She believes that faith plays a very important part in emotional healing.
Mrs. Elliott has been a member of Arborlawn UMC since the merger (and 2 years prior at Westcliff UMC) and has been involved in many activities such as mission trips to McCurdy School in New Mexico and UMCOR, has helped with snack sacks and habitat for humanity, has participated in numerous women’s bible studies, and worked with the praise band for three years. She regularly attends the Beyond 90 Days Sunday School class and the 11:11 Service.
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