Webinars & Online Classes

Introduction to Genograms

Are you interested in better understanding why you are who you are? Why your family and ancestors held certain beliefs, behaviors, and patterns? Using a genogram, you can learn a lot more about your family. A genogram is a tool that resembles a family tree through which we use symbols to identify family beliefs, behaviors, and patterns. There are many themes that can be explored using this tool.

In this interactive workshop, I will help you create a basic genogram, learn some basic symbols, and start to identify patterns in your family.

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Exploring Family Patterns & Stories

Take a journey & lay the foundation to identify family patterns & stories in a new way.

Module 1: Starting Our Journey

Module 2: Identity

Module 3: Perspective

Module 4: Family Patterns and Secrets

Module 5: Transformation and Course Wrap-Up

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Introduction to Ancestral Lineage Healing

Explore topics related to Ancestral Lineage Healing which include: grief, loss, trauma, family secrets, family patterns, family parallels, caregiving, spirituality and religion, PTSD, racism, LGBTQI, genealogical topics, inherited trauma, and the effects of the war on families in addition to the veteran.

During the exploration you may become aware of how your personal story and life choices have been affected by the past and your family.

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Ancestral Time Travels: Timelines

Every genealogist and military researcher creates timelines as they build their family trees. Did you know this generic timeline is only one way to use this powerful tool? Are you ready to step out of the generic timeline box and travel through the life of an ancestor from a completely different perspective?

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Why Was Grandma So Mean?

There are always more than two sides to every family story. Do you ever wonder what influenced the behaviors, patterns, & emotions of our ancestors? Explore your genealogy & military documents with new tools & questions to understand who your ancestors were & what shaped their behaviors.

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Family's War Secrets

Through two webinars, you will learn how to use several tools to help you journey into your family's past. To discover beliefs, behaviors, and patterns that have held you back, created blocks, or issues in your life. We can heal all of this.

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Stories from the Battlefield Seminar

All the records burned! But did they really or can we find information about our WWI and WWII veterans? Learn what records you need to answer your military research questions in this four-webinar seminar. The seminar includes an extensive workbook.

In Research a Veteran, The Greatest Generation, Prisoners Missing and the Dead, and Researching WWII Online, you will learn research strategies and tips plus explore various records, to find the answers to your military questions.

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Healing the Roots Writing Workshops

Are you tired of writing the same old ancestral stories? Would you like ideas to take your research and stories to a deeper level? In Healing the Roots, explore six writing workshops. You receive an extensive workbook for each program, plenty of writing ideas, and you're guaranteed to have new research to pursue after each session!

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Breakdown! Unspoken Effects of Genealogy & Military Research

Have you heard of Compassion Fatigue? Have you experienced anger, grief, loss, shame, guilt, etc., as a result of your research? Have you become depressed or anxious? Join me in a new webinar to explore the ways our research & professional work can impact our mental health.

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Writing to the Ancestors

Explore some basic ways to tap into what your ancestors have to say through journaling/channeled writing and meditation.

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Healing the Roots (Free Workshop)

Are you ready to write your ancestral stories but are not sure where to begin? Have you asked yourself:

What stories do I tell? How do I make them something my family will want to read? How can I find more of the information within the genealogy and military research I’ve already done? How can I write stories that are emotive and make a difference? 

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