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Are you a social worker, nurse, counselor, energy healer or coach? Maybe you work in mental health, addictions, rehabilitation or community services. In all of these diverse vocations of service, there is a common theme - human beings working with other human beings to offer service to human beings. This show challenges the old paradigm of burnout, exhaustion, sacrifice and separation of self from the service.
“My years of experience in human services has taught me these three simple truths: YOU are the resource. Your contribution matters. You can learn how to integrate WHO you ARE with WHAT you DO through living The Conscious Service Approach.”
Join host Elizabeth Bishop in an interactive and dynamic experience to uncover your deepest inspiration as a helping professional and reconnect to a meaningful sense of contribution.
Access the collective wisdom of well known and everyday experts to more deeply explore the challenges that you encounter and bring more enthusiasm and love to your service and life!
Elizabeth will guide you through an exploration of The Conscious Service Approach in tangible and practical ways including the use of powerful guiding questions, application strategies and perspective shifts.
If you are ready to say good-bye to exhaustion, confusion, lack of control and overwhelm, join Elizabeth on the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month to get an infusion of encouragement and enthusiasm. Call in to discuss any area of your experience you would like to shift and reclaim your personal power to create a life of service that will set you free!
Create a life of Conscious Service that you can fall in love with!
My name is Elizabeth Bishop and I am the creator of the Conscious Service Approach designed to support helping professionals to reconnect with and fulfill their desire to make a difference in the lives of those they support. Following the completion of a diploma in Developmental Services and a degree in Psychology and Religious Studies, I completed a Masters in Adult Education through St. Francis Xavier University, providing the opportunity to test and refine the elements of the Conscious Service Approach.
It is my intention through the Conscious Service Approach to offer a source of inspiration, information, and tools to assist helping professionals to transform their practice into one that not only results in high quality service, but is also an expression of their soul. For more information about the Conscious Service Approach, programs and services, please visit me at elizabethbishopconsulting.com.
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