Flip the Kitchen Table: Get real and find some freedom

Don’t miss Jill Krush and Karen Drucker’s workshop, “Flip the Kitchen Table: Get Real and Find Some Freedom,” at our upcoming annual conference!

In this experiential workshop, we will use metaphor and psychodramatic warm ups to identify family of origin messages, beliefs and patterns that keep us from connecting to our true power and authenticity. Participants may discover where they get stuck and ways to move toward freedom in both their personal and professional lives. This workshop offers experiential group activities and methods of assessing and expanding group connection. Participants will gain skills to invite participants into action, lead more effective, connected groups and participate in a psychodrama.

Jill Krush, LPC, NCC, CACIII, works with individuals, couples, and families. With over 14 years of experience in the therapy field, she currently serves as private practitioner in Boulder, CO working with a broad spectrum of clients. She currently runs addiction and healing recovery groups in Boulder and leads experiential ONSITE workshops on trauma, codependency and family of origin repair in Nashville, Tennessee.

Karen Drucker, PsyD, TEP, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Colorado and obtained her doctoral degree from the American School of Professional Psychology in 2000. Karen has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado; where she specializes in the treatment of trauma, depression and anxiety. Karen is a former co-chair of COGPS, has taught in the Mindfulness and Transpersonal Counseling program at Naropa University for 12 years, and facilitates psychodrama training groups for therapists to support their professional growth and development.