Facilitated by Colleen Sharka.
To discover a calling in which we find meaning requires that we explore a spiritual life that connects us to ourselves, the other, and the unknown. Our purpose or vocation exists within, and not without, us.
There is no right profession, relationship, or institution that will lead us to our purpose. The greater our ability to be present to ourselves, connecting with God/Source/Higher Power, the more we will attune with our purpose.
Whether you are new to Still Harbor or have attended a previous discernment retreat or workshop, we invite you to an evening in which we will further explore the spirituality of purpose and why it is so important that we attend to the yearning within to our life’s vocation.
This evening program including dinner is offered on a donation basis:
- Help cover our material and food costs with a donation of $50.
- Help us cover all of our costs with a donation of $100.
- Help cover all costs and the costs of another participant with a donation of $150.
Colleen Sharka, MA, LMHC, a licensed psychotherapist and trained spiritual director, serves as our Director of Spiritual Formation & Accompaniment. She facilitates classes, workshops, and retreats and provides accompaniment through individual and group spiritual direction. Her private psychotherapy practice focuses on the spiritual life as central in meeting the desired goals and changes that bring people to therapy. In her previous position as Assistant Director of Trinity Boston Counseling Center, Trinity Church in Copley Square, she developed and co-facilitated psycho-spiritual integration training for masters-level mental health interns, as well as programs to address secondary trauma and self-care. Colleen previously served on the advisory committee of the Center for Psychotherapy and Spirituality at the Massachusetts School for Professional Psychology.