In response to COVID-19, this event has been cancelled.
ABOUT BEING BRAVE
Adapting her popular speaking engagement, Being Brave, for middle and high school students, Kelly Johnson, counselor, speaker, author and life coach will guide participants through experiential exercises that explores the inner critic and God’s name for us — BRAVE. Parents are very welcome and strongly encouraged to come. Here is a description of Kelly’s talk:
What names do you call yourself?
We all have a voice inside our heads that calls us names. Our inner critic is a saboteur and speaks the language of shame and lies, yet, scripture tells us that God names us brave and beloved. Join author, speaker and life coach Kelly Johnson and learn how to turn up the volume on God’s voice and turn down the volume on that saboteur voice that keeps us stuck. Through curiosity, compassion and connection, we remember that we are BRAVE!
Friday, May 8: 6-8 p.m.
Friday will be dedicated to and specified for adolescent females (grades 6-12)
Saturday, May 9: 2-4 p.m.
Saturday will be dedicated to and specified for adolescent males (grades 6-12)
Please note that where the registration form asks for an email address, we would like you to provide us with the email where you would like to receive confirmation that you registered your student for the event. Register here.
KELLY JOHNSON’S BIO
Kelly Johnson is a counselor, speaker, author and life coach who is passionate about helping people build lives of deeper courage, compassion and connection, through inspirational teaching and powerful one-on-one and group coaching. Her training includes a BA in Psychology, a Masters in Social Work (MSW) and certification by the International Coaches Federation (ICF) at the CPCC and ACC level. She is also an accredited Enneagram Practitioner, trained and certified by Integrative Enneagram Solutions. Her first book “Being Brave: A 40 Day Journey to the Life God Dreams for You,” was published by Abingdon Press in December 2017. She is an outspoken advocate for The Lamb Center, a local day shelter for the homeless, where she has served as a bible study leader since 2008.
Kelly and her high school sweetheart, Steve, have been married for over 30 years and are the proud parents of two twenty-something daughters, Alexandra and Brooke. Kelly and Steve live in Old Town Alexandria, a suburb of Washington, D.C. In her spare time, she loves to read, travel, sing and garden.
Learn more about Kelly’s writing, speaking and coaching at www.kellyiveyjohnson.com