“Your relationship with yourself is at the heart of all emotional health and aliveness. It is also the foundation upon which all other relationships in your life rest. That means the essential foundation of being loved is to first love yourself. This prepares your internal environment to accept love from the outside, and prepares you to arrive anywhere already loved.” – Mariah Gladis
Mariah, a renowned workshop leader and psychotherapist is a 36-year survivor of Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS) and knows first-hand the value of having a positive relationship with the body. Mariah brings her extraordinary experience of living with this disease. After her diagnosis in 1981, Mariah knew she could not afford one more day of self-criticism and needed a positive relationship with herself and her body that would form the fertile ground for the potential of healing.
Mariah is the Founder and Clinical Director of the Pennsylvania Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training. She received a Social Worker of the Year award from NASW, a Living Legacy Award from Women’s International Center, and an International Stevie Award For Women In Business. She is also the author of Tales of a Wounded Healer.
Mariah speaks with what she calls her “ALS accent,” which will be translated by her husband, Ron Gladis.
There will be a Q&A following Mariah’s presentations.
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