Webinar: “Adventurous Living” Presented by Ed Garcia

Posted on July 23, 2013

“Adventurous Living” Part 1: The Adventurous Person: Emotions and Challenges
With Ed Garcia, CSW
Friday, July 26, 2013, 8pm EDT
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Adventurous Living Series

Ed Garcia joins SMART Recovery to present, “Adventurous Living” on Friday July 26, 2013 at 8:00 pm EDT.

Are you living your life on autopilot?

Wondering when something exciting is going to happen?

Mr. Garcia describes life as an ongoing series of events. “The adventure is not only in the events we encounter, but it is even more in the manner in which we perceive them.”

This introductory webinar will focus on “The Adventurous Person: Emotions and Challenges.”

“What would it mean to you to live your life as an adventure?

    To view challenges as opportunities for growth, rather than as inconvenient or unpleasant hassles?

    To approach new situations with a sense of confidence?

    To take on new tasks with eagerness, instead of reluctance or dread?

    To look at the vastness of our world and really see how amazing it is?

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About Ed Garcia: Mr. Garcia has an extensive and diversified background in the field of human behavior. He holds both an under graduate and graduate degree from New York University. His post graduate work was conducted at the Institute for Advanced Study in Rational Emotive Therapy. During that time, Mr. Garcia worked extensively with Dr. Albert Ellis and became a Fellow and Co-Director of Clinical Training. He has lectured and conducted seminars at 35 colleges and universities throughout the U.S., Latin America and Europe and conducted professional in-service training seminars at more than 60 hospitals and mental health centers throughout the U.S. Made guest appearances on national television. He currently teaches at Mercer and Emory universities and is concentrating part of his time as a scuptor, featured at several galleries in the Atlanta area.