Spiritual Rx for Stress and Anxiety
September 20-22, 2019
We all have stress. If it is not managed, it can lead to a crippling anxiety, blocking us from experiencing joy and vitality in everyday life. This retreat offers both spiritual and practical tools for managing stress and anxiety, opening us to God’s freedom and a peace that surpasses all understanding.
Check-in starts on Friday at 4pm. The retreat begins with a 5:30pm dinner and concludes with 10am Sunday Mass. Throughout the weekend there will be talks, Mass, Eucharistic Adoration and great community time as well as personal prayer & reflection time, Confession, recreation and more.
**Please Note: a $50 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your registration. You will not be registered for the event until this deposit is made. Payment should be made in full two weeks prior to event.**
Meet the team that will be offering both spiritual and practical tools on this retreat:
Regina Boyd is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor based in Lake Mary who specializes in integrating Catholic teaching and research-based therapy methods for couples, families, and teens. Formed by her many years working in ministry along with her clinical knowledge and experience, Regina is a former employee of the Diocese of Orlando, current volunteer at her parish, and mother to a delightful toddler.
Lisa Sojourner is a wife and mother of two rowdy red-headed boys. She graduated from Rollins College with her Masters in Mental Health Therapy and from FSU with a bachelor's in psychology. She owns a private practice in downtown Orlando and works at Bishop Moore Catholic High School as the Coordinator for Pastoral Care. She works with individuals to help them find peace and fulfillment in their lives. She is an active member of her parish at St James Cathedral and on the weekends enjoys gardening and keeping her toddlers from pulling up her vegetables each spring.
Megan Stevens is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who received her Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, a university that specializes in integrating a Catholic anthropology of the person, marriage, and family with counseling. With over six years of professional counseling experience and ten years of ministry experience, Megan finds joy walking with clients into a place of healing, hope, and freedom. She believes that each person is uniquely created and therefore deserves a counseling experience that is tailored to their individual needs. In her free time, Megan enjoys being a wife, mother, investing in her faith community, running, and occasionally baking gluten-free baked goods.
Kimmy Zeiler is the Program Director at San Pedro Spiritual Development Center for the Diocese of Orlando. In her role, she envisions retreats, workshops, and spiritual development opportunities to offer the greater community. She hosts programs for all ages—from summer camps to senior days! She is an alumna of the University of Central Florida and received her Masters in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. She is currently working on her certification in spiritual direction from the Cenacle School of Spiritual Direction in Clearwater, FL.
$260 Private Room
$185 Double Room