Nurtured Heart Approach® Workshop Saturday, April 18, 2020 - 8:00-4:00
Ben Franklin Junior High School
2000 Polk Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
NHA Trainers: Gail Anderson, Mizzier Campbell, Vicki Feltz, Tammy Holtan Arnol, Kay Lera, Christie Munch, Heather Reader & Paula Wick
The Nurtured Heart Approach is a relational method that inspires great behaviors and transforms how kids see themselves. As a small contribution to the greater good, this group of NHA trainers offers an annual free full-day NHA workshop. We have worked with dozens of school districts and have seen the impact that NHA has on kids and the adults in their lives, and we want to make it accessible to everyone.
In our experience, this full-day workshop is an excellent way to launch or sustain your Nurtured Heart Approach practice. This workshop is a fun and powerful combination of presentation, practice and processing. We'll teach the NHA principles in smaller classroom settings and gather as a large group of over 100 participants for experiential activities and celebrations.

We could have offered a shorter training, but we want you to have the very best experience, and we believe this is it. Over the years, it's not uncommon for this workshop to max out available spots. So, please register early plan to stay for the entire day, and do let us know if your plans change. We want to make sure that there is room for everyone who is interested and able to attend.

Please contact Tammy Holtan Arnol at Tammy.THAConsulting@gmail.com with questions.
Every participant needs to register using this form, even if they are part of a larger group. Indicate your group or district below and you will all be assigned to the same classroom.
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