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Boundaries Bootcamp

Date & time
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

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Vesna Antwan BA 95, PPCC


This event is free


University Advancement



Wednesday, July 21, 2021

The notion of setting, maintaining and/or respecting boundaries can often feel daunting and the reality is that many of us are not living a boundaried life. Yet, boundaries are so important not only for our relationships but our healing journey. 

Using tools like reflection exercises and breakout rooms, Vesna Antwan, BA 95, PPCC, will lead a deep-dive into the art of boundary setting.

Learn how to clarify your boundaries, how to ask clearly for what you want with an open heart, and how to approach and negotiate boundary agreements in your life that will actually stick.

After this session you will have:

  • A better understanding of what boundaries are and why you need them
  • Practical examples of boundary setting
  • The steps to effectively set and maintain boundaries
  • Increased confidence and courage to set the boundaries that are important to you

Vesna Antwan BA 95, PPCC

Vesna Antwan

Vesna Antwan is an internationally-certified personal and professional coach whose mission is to guide soul-seeking individuals in finding their way back to themselves and their inner compass. Before completing her coaching certification, Vesna worked in various fields, including higher education administration and communications. The common thread throughout her career has been a deep curiosity and interest in people.

Vesna’s coaching framework is whole-person centered and sensitive to her clients’ identities, experiences, values and beliefs. She believes that coaching is a process of discovery, one that brings out the possibilities within and shines a light on our unique stories. She also firmly believes that joy is an important element to the healing journey.

On top of her work in private practice, Vesna designs and facilitates workshops on topics that are close to her heart such as self-care, boundary setting and burnout prevention.

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