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  • Gorton Center 400 East Illinois Road Lake Forest, IL, 60045 United States (map)

Be Who You Are and Share It With The World

It’s a great experience where you can meet new people and connections you wouldn’t normally. It is a way to make friends in a whole new way. You are able to step outside of your comfort zone but be ok with it because everyone is doing the same thing.- Anonymous
"With Overwhelming Request, #reclaim Is Back!" 

Saturday Reclaim You

Students Ages 15-19

10am-4pm at Gorton Center

Participants are invited to jump into a full day experiential workshop, guaranteed to offer a fresh perspective on personal growth. In this time, we are increasingly focused on goals and perfection. We will use key concepts such as emotional intelligence to build a greater sense of motivation that is sustainable and meaningful to each participants' individual values. Thought provoking and educational, the workshop material will be designed from nationally recognized books such as, Grit The Power of Passion and Perseverance, Primal Leadership How To Unleash The Power of Emotional Intelligence, and Switch: How To Make Change When Change Is Hard. Participants will walk away with a whole new perspective on their decision-making process and how to be more confident! 

*Parent & Participant Friday Night Kick-off Dinner

Kick off starts at 6pm at Gorton Center

Join us and learn what we're all about...emotional intelligence! Parents and participants are welcome to attend a casual Friday evening kick-off dinner. Come and learn key concepts of emotional intelligence and how we combine it with other big ideas. Keynote speaker, Audrey Grunst LCSW, is a local therapist with a background in business and leadership. She will share her experience and insights into key factors to increase self-awareness and social responsibility in the emerging adult population. *Friday night dinner is optional however highly recommended that participants and at least one parent attend.  Check registration for dinner ticket price.

I was nervous about attending at first but Reclaim was a lot of fun and I got to meet lots of new people. I learned a lot about emotional management, confidence, and leadership skills.-Anonymous







Earlier Event: January 19
Therapeutic Approach To Body Image Issues
Later Event: February 2
Decision-Making Tips for Teens