Life Coaching Groups at Ward Church: October 21st, 22nd, and 23rd

Ward Church has partnered with PCS Counseling’s team of group counselors to provide dynamic, weekly interactive life coaching groups to the entire community. These groups, held at Ward Church in room G724, guide participants to examine their lives, find areas they would like to improve, and support group members as they work to make proactive changes. PCS Counseling’s team of group counselors includes Dr. John Mlinarcik, PhD, LMSW, CEO; Laura Dyas, LBSW, LPC, MA; and Matt Swartz, LLMSW. There is no need to register: just show up! Thanks to Ward’s generosity in providing these sessions, all are welcome to attend for no charge; donations to Ward Church will be gladly accepted if you feel so compelled.


This Tuesday, October 21st, at 6:30 PM…

Rearview Mirror: Focusing on Looking Forward in Life and Not Behind

Week 3: Learning to communicate feelings

We can often feel disconnected from the world around us, not because the people around us do not care, but because we have been unable to effectively communicate our feelings and needs. This week, Laura Dyas will share tools for communicating feelings with participants to help them more effectively connect and move forward in their relationships.


This Wednesday, October 22nd, at 6:30 PM…

Talking Yourself Down from the Ledge: Moving on from Anxiety

Week 3: The “Feedback Loop” and how to escape

One of the hallmarks of anxiety is getting trapped in a thinking loop, where you know your thoughts aren’t helping, but you just can’t escape! Join Matt Swartz this week as he discusses how this cycle arises and how to cut it short and escape the downward spiral.


This Thursday, October 23rd, at 6:30 PM…

Juggling: Managing Families of Any Shape and Size

Week 3: Improving specific relationships

In looking to improve families, it is important to determine what relationships need work. This week, Laura Dyas will help participants to what relationships need work, what can improve these relationships, and how to begin growing the relationships to strengthen the entire family.

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