Envision the Year You Want – and my free gifts for you

 make a vision board for 2015

My Gifts To You: 

1. Free Yoga

To start 2015 off right, I am offering a free yoga class to anyone who books a session with me. I have partnered with several yoga studios around San Diego and North County. Classes available include prenatal, mom and baby, and adult-only classes. Schedule a session with me for individual or couple’s therapy before the end of January and simply ask me for a gift certificate! Although I specialize in women’s mental health, my psychotherapy services cover many different topics. Just ask me! With thanks to the participating studios, including Nature’s Whisper in Hillcrest, Babies in Bloom in Vista, and Sharp Mary Birch in Kearney Mesa.

2. 2015 Vision Boards

For all of my blog readers, regardless of location, I have another gift, no need to make a session: Click here for instructions on how to create a 2015 Vision Board. The instructions and above examples are from artist Branan Freeman and the Esalen Institute in Big Sur.
For all of us, the new year is an opportunity to let go of that which is not working for us and manifest more of the life we do want. I personally set a New Years Resolution to look at my cell phone less around my children. If you are curious why, please click here to read.

Do you have any healthy resolutions for 2015? How do you envision making it happen?

About the Author:

Abigail Burd, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist practicing in San Diego. (CA lic #LCS26867.) Specialties include maternal mental health, parenting, addiction, depression/anxiety and personal growth. Abby is experienced providing counseling to others in the helping fields, college students, and graduate students.

2 Comments

  1. erika January 3, 2015 at 10:52 am - Reply

    I love vision boards! What a great exercise to share with your audience. I still have several of mine that I did years ago….

    • Abigail Burd January 3, 2015 at 11:00 am - Reply

      Thank you Erika! I’m so glad you have enjoyed doing vision boards in the past.

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