Featured Programs & Services
2017 Institute for Soul-Centered Leadership Summer Intensive Spiritual Intelligence: An Essential Tool for the Transformative Leader
Spiritual Intelligence as defined by Cindy Wigglesworth is: “The ability to behave with wisdom and compassion , while maintaining inner and outer peace, regardless of the situation.” Wigglesworth has identified 21 skills of spiritual intelligence. Among these are: Awareness of Ego self/Higher Self; living your purpose and values; being a wise and effective leader/change agent; making compassionate and wise decisions and keeping Higher Self in charge. In this day and a half intensive we will learn practices that help us to cultivate the above skills which strengthen our ability to lead with wisdom and compassion. By incorporating these skills into our lives and leadership we are better able to lead others through transformative change and awaken to the new levels of consciousness that are necessary to bring our work to fruition.
Participants in the summer Intensive will have the opportunity to take the Twenty-One Skills of Spiritual Intelligence Inventory at a reduced fee.
This is a CEU Accredited class. Professional Counselors, Chaplains, and Social Workers earn 9 hours of continuing education.
Patricia Speier, DMin & Joe Barry, MA
Leadership Pilgrimage Informational Luncheons & Happy Hours
You are invited to join other community leaders for lunch at the Cove, as we gather to present information on the 2018 Seton Cove Leadership Pilgrimage--a year-long program designed to provide leaders with an opportunity to reflect on their work, renew their spirit, and revitalize their understanding and practice of leadership.
Mindfulness for Teens: Summer Day Camp
Being a teen in today’s fast-paced,
media-saturated world is difficult and highly stressful. With the intense
and constant pressures teens face at home, at school, and from their peers, it
is crucial to teach them self-awareness and stress-management skills so that
they can experience balance, joy, and health. The practice of
mindfulness?paying attention to the present moment with kindness and
curiosity?has been scientifically proven to decrease anxiety and depression,
and increase attention, learning, and resiliency in teens.
The Seton Cove’s 5th annual Mindfulness for Teens: Summer Day Camp program
is an expression of profound respect for our community’s teens, a deep bow to
their treasured lives, and a road map for bringing mindfulness more fully into
their lives. This day-long event is specially designed for teens (ages
13-18) to discover peace and joy through self-acceptance, creative expression,
and connection with other teens. Activities will include a variety of
mindfulness practices including calming exercises, stress-relieving artwork,
eco-mindfulness, Tai Chi, meditation, awareness of negative thought patterns,
gratitude practices, and more. All supplies will be provided and
breakfast and lunch are included.
Scholarships are available; discounts
for Seton employees
Will Fiorello, MA, Daniel Hope,
MA, & Jeni Brazeal, LMT