• September 20–22, 2019
  • Friday-Sunday: 2 nights

Quiet Your Inner Critic and Calm Your Anxious Mind

For everyone.

Negative self-talk—and the worry it generates—is a powerful inhibitor of confidence, well-being, and success. Clinical psychologist Beth Weinstock and psychotherapist Jane Shure teach you how to strengthen the voice of your inner coach with skills to counteract anxiety, stress, shame, and self-criticism and support resilience, courage, and a positive mindset.

Through guided meditations, interactive exercises, and demonstrations, you learn

  • Strategies that shift negative self-talk to positive, supportive self-talk
  • Tools that build self-confidence and boost your spirit
  • Mindfulness techniques that can promote self-compassion and greater well-being
  • The neuroscience of transforming thoughts that undermine into thoughts that foster growth, gratitude, and forward movement.

Open your mind and heart to a nonjudgmental, compassionate, internal coaching voice and return home inspired and empowered to live a life with less stress and more joy.

Recommended listening Jane Sure on the Powering Up! Podcast with Anne Doyle

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Emotional Healing


Jane Shure, PhD, LCSW, cofounder of the Resilience Group, psychotherapist, leadership coach, and resilience expert, writes for the Huffington Post and teaches at Barnard College’s Leadership Center.

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Beth Weinstock, PhD, clinical psychologist, leadership coach, and cofounder of Women’s LeadershipWorks, has taught at universities on both coasts and writes for the Huffington Post.

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