What’s Change Got To Do With It?: Making Sense of Life’s Changes With Tynya Beverly

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What’s Change Got To Do With It?: Making Sense of Life’s Changes With Tynya Beverly

Tynya, a Black woman with reddish-brown hair, dreadlock style, smiles. She wears purple and gold African-style attire.
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My purpose is to be an intricate part of the Global movement of raising the vibrational frequency of the planet for Black folks, one person at a time.

Tynya Beverly

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Event Description

Change is a fact of life in today’s world. It takes many different forms: job loss, death, relationship changes, COVID-19, and any other change you can think of. Have you, your family, or friends had any major changes in your work or personal life in the past year? Then this training is for you. Everyone goes through major personal changes during the course of their lives and everyone handles them differently. Some people thrive in the midst of stressful or chaotic situations while the majority of us prefer a steadier day-to-day lifestyle with some excitement thrown in every now and then. Unfortunately, not all changes can be predicted. The loss of a job, work change, or the loss of a loved one can be unexpected. These difficult experiences can be overwhelming when combined with everything else going on. The workshop provides a framework and tools for understanding, acknowledging, and addressing your feelings and actions before, during, and after going through a major personal change. In the workshop, you will learn tools, tips, and techniques to successfully manage personal change. You will also develop a personal action plan to assist in successfully managing your change process.

Who Is This Event For?

Open to adults of all ages who are trying to make sense of past or current changes.

Workshop Goals, Hopes, & Outcomes

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to: 

  • Discuss the impact of change and transition in our personal and work life.
  • Review the predictable three-stage model of Transition. 
  • Identify personal strategies for managing Transition 
  • Develop a personal Transition action plan

Event Length

2 hours

Event Date and Time

Monday, October 19, 3-5 PM PT

How to Register

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Presenter Bio

Tynya R. Beverly is an Author, Poet, and Community Chaplain with the Center for Spiritual Awareness in West Sacramento. She is a transformational leader in the community and expertise includes over 30 years of Personal and Organizational Development expertise. She is the Project Director for the African American Suicide Prevention Project, “The Living Room.” Tynya is a Compassion Ambassador with Chill Sacramento and the co-founder of Wizdom Works, a women’s empowerment group, producing the Woman Spirit Rising Retreats. As the Executive Producer of Real Cream Cafe, a Social Justice Theater Company, producing shows, and activities that raise the consciousness of the viewer.

“I think by liberating your thinking, you free your mind and soul. You are in a position of choice and empowerment. I love to see my people learn and expand in ways that changes them forever. In a good way! Knowledge is power. When we know better, we do better and I want to be a part of that. Black people are ready and I want to share my gifts with my people. There is no greater reward than to see my people soar. We are the ones we have been waiting for! We are at as a precious pivotal point in the world around black healing. The time is now. We are open and ready. Now that the world has caught up, let the healing begin.”


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