(PRWEB) May 10, 2005
John Bradshaw, M.A., best known for his books, PBS series, and his nationally syndicated TV Show, "The Bradshaw Difference," will be the center of a four day event at the Las Vegas Hilton on June 15-18, 2005. A rare collaboration will take place when Bradshaw is joined by Jack Canfield, co-creator and co-author of the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. Bradshaw will present cutting edge insights in the area of shame and, together, he and Canfield will explore the latest breakthroughs in the field of Inner Child work. In addition, Bradshaw will share seven concrete ways to embrace oneÂs self-esteem and spiritual power by learning how to reduce the toxic shame that imprisons oneÂs life potential.
The conference, "One to Four Days With John Bradshaw" begins with John Bradshaw on Wednesday, June 15 th when he discusses "The Seven Major Strategies for Transforming Toxic Shame into Healthy Spiritual Self Actualization." The following day, "Six Strategies for Healing the Shame That Binds You" is the subject of BradshawÂs talk which is based on his NY Times bestselling book, Healing the Shame That Binds You, newly revised this year.
On Friday & Saturday, June 17-18, the topic is "Recovering Your Innocence" involving 14 hours of BradshawÂs famous Inner Child work. Jack Canfield completes the inner child toxic shame reduction work on Saturday.
This combination of Bradshaw and Canfield, two of the nationÂs leaders in the field of personal development, is a rare occurrence and one that promises powerful information and synergy. Together, they have been on the New York Times bestseller list multiple times. They each have appeared on major media on a regular basis, including: Oprah, 20/20, PBS, CNN, The Today Show and more.
The conference is sponsoring a contest to win a free full time registration valued at $495. Details are on the site: http://www.usjt.com/bradshaw/bradshawcontest.html
For professionals in the addictions field, continuing education units are being offered.
To learn more about the conference and/or to register, visit: http://www.usjt.com or by calling (800) 441-5569.
Kim Weiss (800) 851- 9100 x 212