Boundaries Workshop

If you are a sensitive, caring or emphatic person, you are particularly vulnerable to entering unsafe relationships because you tend to be trusting, open, and compassionate by nature. Without discernment and good boundaries, it is easy to become entangled with toxic people.  Learn to be assertive, meaning that you express yourself effectively and stand up for your point of view, while also respecting the rights and beliefs of others.  Finally, set boundaries that place limits on acceptable behavior from those around you and protect from burn-out.

Childcare will not be provided.  There is no cost for this workshop as we will be receiving an offering to cover expenses for Joppa House and our guest speaker.  We ask that you let us know you will be attending by either emailing us, or clicking “I’m Going” on our Facebook Event.



  • 9:00    Safe People
  • 10:30  Break
  • 11:20   Assertiveness
  • 12:30   Lunch
  • 2:10     Assertiveness Exercise
  • 2:25    Boundaries
  • 3:10    Break
  • 4:15     Boundaries Exercise
  • 4:40    Closing


About Renee Cupp

Renee graduated with a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Arkansas and has worked in the social services field since 2000 as a Family Service Worker at the Department of Human Services; a FINS (Family in Need of Services) Officer.  Renee has also worked as a Juvenile Probation Officer at Washington County Juvenile Court.  She is a certified Drug/Alcohol counselor and currently works at the NW Arkansas Community Correction Center (the women’s prison in Fayetteville).


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