2019 Women’s Conference at ECPC
As women, we often struggle with PERFECTIONISM which can quickly become self-criticism and feelings of inadequacy.
This March 15-16 we will investigate how a gospel view of ourselves includes receiving God’s love and compassion so we can begin to give ourselves self-compassion …an incredible tool to fight perfectionism.
The Kickoff Friday night 7-9pm will be a time to connect with other ladies over tasty desserts while meeting our speaker and learning about her passion for encouraging women.
Saturday 8:30am-2:30pm will be a mix of teaching sessions and breakouts. Breakfast and lunch included.
Bianca Hughes is a licensed professional counselor in Atlanta, Georgia. She specializes in perfectionism, helping people embrace their imperfections and authentically be themselves. She helps clients work through concerns of self-worth, unhealthy relationships, identity, or feeling overwhelmed. Her approach within therapy is direct but open, meeting clients where they are, providing them freedom to change when they’re ready. She believes in empowering and equipping people with skills, tools, and resources they can utilize for life. In addition, her passion is to eliminate mental health stigmas, which are prevalent within the black community.
Cost and location
The conference will be in the atrium and sanctuary of ECPC.
Register early to attend for just $30 including breakfast and lunch on Saturday. After February 25th, the registration fee goes up to $35.
For questions, contact Dana Anderson or Mara Retzlaff at firstname.lastname@example.org