Creating Healthy Relationships through Solution-based Therapy and Feng Shui

Enjoy an evening out with your partner, while Licensed Psychologist, Susan Orenstein and Feng Shui and Organization Consultant, Jenna Boyd combine theories to discuss a new way of improving your intimate relationship. In this complimentary workshop, you will:

Find out what differentiates the relationship “Masters” from the “Disasters”
Gain strategies for overcoming conflict and resentment
Discover some new ways to build closeness
Learn basic Feng Shui tips for creating a balanced environment that promotes harmonious living.
Enhance the quality of your relationships through your environment.

Workshop Details

WHEN:  Tuesday, October 28, 2008 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm
WHERE:  Office Suites Plus
201 Shannon Oaks Circle, Suite 200
Cary, NC  27511
The office is located near the intersection of Cary Parkway and Kildaire Farm Rd., directly behind the Chili’s Restaurant. Turn into the parking lot for Chili’s and proceed down the hill. Our building is at the bottom of the circle. The office is located on the second floor, Suite 200. Please enter the reception area of Office Suites.

Seminar Registration

Come with your partner or by yourself – to register, please contact:

Jenna Boyd at (919) 757-2732 

·       Susan Orenstein at (919) 654-7311 

Jenna Boyd
is a graduate and certified practitioner from the Western School of Feng Shui in Solana Beach, CA. Since 2003, Jenna has been creating balanced living and working environments through Feng Shui and organization.  Additionally, she provides classes, lectures and contributes articles for PINK, the national magazine dedicated to professional women.  Jenna is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers.

Susan Orenstein, Ph.D.
is a licensed Psychologist with a private practice in Cary and Chapel Hill, NC.  Susan is a professional member of the American Psychological Association and the North Carolina Psychological Association. She has received advanced training in Solution-Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Couples Therapy and Family Mediation. 

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