New Group Fall 2017!
It's time to restory your life.
Join us this fall for Northern Colorado's only story-based group!
10 Weekly Group Sessions
Tuesdays, September 12 - November 14, 4:30-6 p.m.
Limited to 8 Participants
As of Wednesday August 9, there are only 2 male spots left! Any new female registrants will be put on the waiting list.
This group is co-ed, with equal women and men. This is on purpose, as we recognize the dynamics of gender in the process of healing and the importance of engaging our stories in the context of the greater community.
Group Sessions are $50/session, with payment due in full upon registration. Total cost: $500
Due to the nature of the group, it is important that group members commit to attend all sessions. While we understand life and family emergencies may interfere, your consistency and presence is important for the continuity of the group and to offer dignity and honor to group members. Please review your calendar prior to registration. Thank you!
Additionally, some insurance companies that offer mental health services may cover some of the cost. Contact your company for more details.
Meet the re|story Group Facilitators
Chris Bruno, LPC
Chris is a graduate of The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, offering the nation's pre-eminent story-based training. He has also received advanced training to Dr. Dan Allender's Externship program, and served for 3 years alongside Dr. Allender.
He is the founder of Restoration Counseling and Restoration Project, author of Man Maker Project and Brotherhood Primer. He works with some of the most courageous men and women on earth as they investigate their stories and seek God's re-interpretation of their most core traumas.
Prior to this, he served for 10 years in international missions. He and his wife of 22 years enjoy their 3 teenagers, and sometimes sneak away to mountain trails, strong coffee or a local microbrew.
Terry Bohn, LPCC
Terry is a Restoration Counseling therapist, has served men, women and couples for over ten years, and remains passionate about stories of all kinds. He has an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School, serves as the Colorado Alumni Coordinator for the school and The Allender Center, has led and participated in community/life small groups for fifteen years, and has partnered with diverse clients navigating complex change for almost three decades.
Terry loves everything about Colorado, the great outdoors, road cycling, photojournalism, roasting his own coffee, classic films, potluck dinners and engaging conversation just about anywhere.