Fracture & Repair: Recovering Your Relationship
Even the two most well-intentioned partners can find themselves having the same argument, filling their resentment piggybank, and daydreaming of a happier relationship. Love fades and hopelessness settles in like a sneaky fog.
What is the anatomy of relational repair?
Emotional needs are the major ask in relationships. Hearing that proverbial "no" can leave us feeling isolated, stuck, and unseen. Shifting this relational pattern can be one of the biggest challenges a couple will face. It takes awareness and one profound emotional shift. Discover how to reignite communication, equality, hope, and passion.
Shame on me: Understanding the Shame Serpentine
Guilt is having done something wrong. Shame is feeling like your entire self is something wrong.
There are several different types of shame, all of which harm not only one's self-understanding. Shame also influences the ways we live within relationships. Do you feel shame? Its subtle and goes without notice.
Let's deconstruct the pillars of shame. Isaac can help you out.
What makes you straight?
This workshop is great for churches who are trying to understand the reconciliation between sexual orientation and spirituality.
Freud made one massive slip when he theorized about sexuality's development. Sadly, many authors, clinicians, and churches continue to use his old fashion understandings.
As a means to clearly articulate the infrastructure of one's sexual orientation, Isaac Archuleta, MA, LPC explains what current research has to tell us about our sexual orientation. This workshop is designed to help allies of the LGBTQ+ understand how to unconditionally support and embrace their LGBTQ+ neighbor. In this workshop, Isaac not only focuses on the psychological mechanisms of one's sexuality, but uses Scripture to unpack God's creative design of human sexuality.
Were you born straight?
Learn the answers to some of the most basic and involuntary functions of the human body. And grow into an inclusive community.