Resilience, Transition and Blue Corn Tamales

Resilience, Transition and Blue Corn Tamales

Bob Stice

Cost: Free

For more information or to register
contact: The Rev. Sarah Shofstall
sshofstall@trinitycleveland.org

2230 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Free parking is available at 2227 Prospect Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44115

216-771-3630

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Wednesday, October 3, 7-9 p.m.

Bob Stice, LPCC, Clinical Director and CEO of Outcomes Inc. This workshop offers a fun—and tasty—perspective of adaptive resilience in times of transition through the ancient story of the Hopi Tribe, whose connection with blue corn defined survival through hardships.

Resilience:  Surviving Crisis, Change, and Transition

Life is about transitions.  In fact, life could be defined as one continual transition from birth to death and beyond.  Transitions are stressful, even if they are happy ones.  Change is constant, in our personal lives, our work lives, and our organizational lives.  Resilience is about how we adapt to change and transition.  We can move from just surviving a crisis to finding ways to creatively thrive.  This workshop explores resilience through the lens of adaptability in the midst of transition and change.  We will experience a fun resilience perspective through the ancient story of the Hopi Tribe whose connection with blue corn defined survival through hardships as we have the opportunity to taste Blue Corn Tamales.

Bob G. Stice, LPCC

Bob has maintained a practice in clinical counseling and psychotherapy since 1978. During that time, he also has held numerous clinical and administrative positions in behavioral healthcare, including his present position as CEO/Clinical Director of a comprehensive community behavioral health clinic.  His life journey also includes theological training and ordination, with special emphasis on clinical pastoral care.  Bob has worked extensively with clergy and clergy families in his practice and currently serves as the psychological consultant for the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande. He maintains a busy schedule teaching workshops and retreats as well as serving as a health faculty member for CREDO. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in the fields of theology and counseling psychology.  His essential life revolves around three grown daughters and families, four wonderful grandkids, Callie the mindfulness dog, and playing with whales.