Jul 10, 2019
11:30 - 1:00 pm
Goji Bistro
100 Maynard Crossing Cary NC 27513
United States of America
Chapter Information
Elizabeth Kahn
Chapter President Bio
Liz Kahn, MA, MBC is a behavior specialist focusing on the use of behavioral tools to eliminate anxiety and depression. Having spent the better part of a decade doing this work, she has found a huge gap in the services and specialties that her clients need in order to heal in a meaningful way. That is why she formed her own chapter of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce. Liz has been described as a creative problem solver, logical and thoughtful. She has been traditionally trained in energy work (Reiki), art therapy, glass work, clinical psychology, behavioral science (ABA), meditation techniques for clarity and stress reduction, as well as intentional interviewing, which all come together to create a rich and dynamic session that provides you with not only the tools you need to be successful, but also the most effective ways of integrating these tools into your daily life seamlessly.
Upcoming Meeting
Event Planning Success
All Networking
Jul 10, 2019 | 11:30 - 1:00 pm

Price: https://www.gojibistro.us/copy-of-dinner-menu


Location: Goji Bistro
100 Maynard Crossing
Cary NC 27513
United States of America

Parking Info: Lot

- Planning an Event? -

Event planning is necessary for us so that we can raise excitement and awareness about what we do for our communities!
Event planning probably isn't part of your actual day-to-day work life, though, so it can be an added stress if you have to fumble through the process.
Come join our community of Holistic specialists as we delve into ways that we've created events that have been successful -- and led to growth in our practices!
Participate in the conversation, learn, contribute, and commune with other professionals who are looking for a collaborative, cooperative, and business focused environment that helps our collective light shine more brightly!
Mark your calendars and RSVP in case we outgrow our venue and have to make a shift!

Save The Date: August 14, 2019 - 11:30-1:00