Mar 9, 2013
Sat. March 9 10-5, join nationally-known author and therapist Dr. Karen Gail Lewis on a mini-Unique Retreat at First Farm Inn, 20 minutes outside of Cincinnati in Kentucky’s rolling hills. A half day of workshop will match a half day of horseback riding, focused on centering and finding your balance on your horse and in your own body. Join a small group of women for great food, horsey fun and professional guidance to find some clarity, balance and strength you might not know that you have within.
A dressage rider, Jen Warner has been teaching horsewomanship based on the concepts of centered and balanced riding for 15 years, after several decades in corporate communication. A professional ventriloquist will entertain us during a tasty healthy lunch.
Get some girlfriends together for an unforgettable day or gift it to yourself. Extend your retreat with overnight accommodations. No riding experience required.
Family therapist Dr. Karen Gail Lewis practiced in Boston, Cincinnati, and Washington, DC. for four decades before writing the Amazon best-seller Why Don’t You Understand? A Gender Relationship Dictionary. With a Master’s degree in social work and a doctorate in consulting psychology, Dr. Lewis specializes in helping women get more out of their lives and relationships.
Former Cincinnati Downtowner columnist, Dr. Lewis is a docent for the Freedom Center and the Center for Holocaust and Humanity, as well as a star of The Dancing Grannies.
Numerous blogs and videos are available for free on her website: http://www.drkarengaillewis.com. Her books are available there as well as on Amazon.com. They include With or Without a Man: Single Women Taking Control of Their Lives and its companion workbook, The Secret to a Solid Marriage, and Siblings in Therapy. She is working on a book about sibling relationships in mid-life.
Dr. Lewis speaks, both nationally and internationally, on a wide range of themes: couples’ relationships, single women, mid-life issues, women’s friendships, and adult siblings. How to effect change is the theme in all of her work.
Her academic history includes having been on the faculty of University of Cincinnati Medical School, Virginia Polytechnic Institute Family Therapy Program, Johns Hopkins Medical School, and University of Santiago, Chile. She has also served on the editorial boards of three professional journals and is past book review editor for another journal. In 1997, she was honored with the Visionary Award by the Washington, D.C. Rape Crisis Center.
In 1996, she founded Unique Retreats for Women. Since then, she has included specific retreats for women ready for change, single women, sisters, mothers and adult daughters, and couples. These retreats are devoted to personal growth relaxation, pampering, and fun. Throughout the year, she designs retreats for organizations and other specialized groups.
First Farm Inn
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