Bloom Workshops

Bloom workshops are online, intensive experiences that combine expert instruction with community support. They are about doing the work, about finding answers and moving forward. We believe that each of us can heal and create a better life.

Bloom Workshops

Bloom workshops are online, intensive experiences that combine expert instruction with community support. They are about doing the work, about finding answers and moving forward. We believe that each of us can heal and create a better life.

Workshops Offered

YouBloom

SEPTEMBER 20th, 2021

enrollment open

Designed for women who want to move beyond infidelity and betrayal trauma. 


This 56-day workshop isn't just about healing, it's about moving forward. This workshop will teach you, inspire you and connect you to peers who will help you make change. Most of all, you'll discover that you don't have to merely endure life as it is. In 15 minutes a day, you can learn to create a life you’re excited about.

With videos, personalized exercises, and discussion, the YouBloom workshop is an intensive online learning experience. 

Rebuild Your Relationship

JANUARY 17th, 2022

PRE-enrollment open

When it comes to healing and recovery from betrayal there's a difference between succeeding in individual recovery and succeeding in our relationship. One doesn't necessarily lead to another. So while we might be healing individually maybe our relationship is stuck. This is why we created the Rebuild Your Relationship Workshop.

Led by Dr. Kevin Skinner and Karen Strange both experts in healing, recovery, and developing healthy relationships. Combined they have over 25 years of clinical experience. The workshop is based off of their work and training. The principles and lessons in the workshop are proven to work. You can create a connected relationship and there are skills you can learn and practice. The barriers you've faced can be overcome.

Life After Divorce

OCTOBER 25th, 2021

Pre-enrollment open

After a divorce, there can be a devastating sense of loss. No one gets married with an expectation of divorce. It can be difficult to make sense of the chaos. Feelings of loneliness and isolation are common. Many people are left questioning "what's wrong with me?"

When it comes to creating a life after divorce there's a difference between surviving and thriving. The loss of a marriage and the dreams that come with it can be traumatic. Learning to find yourself again can be difficult. Concerns about parenting and future relationships can create feelings of worry and anxiety. However, you can rediscover the real you and life can be happy again.

Brought to you by Dr. Kevin Skinner, an expert in healing and recovery from fractured relationships. The Life After Divorce workshop is based on his work in helping his clients navigate the process of creating a life after divorce. The principles and lessons in the workshop are proven to work. You can move past the chaos and sadness to rediscover yourself and create a future full of hope.

How To Tell The Kids

AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND

After discovering infidelity in your relationship what should you tell your children? Or is it best to not tell them anything at all? Disclosure to children is important but difficult even under the very best of circumstances.

In this workshop therapist Jenna Riemersma will walk you through how to create a step by step plan for how navigate a disclosure with your children. She will guide you through the process, helping you anticipate how to respond in areas where it might get a little tricky, and answer your questions along the way.

Why is preparing a disclosure for your children important? In general when we're not prepared we tend to go too far one way or the other. Either sharing too much with too much emotion or not sharing anything at all.

The purpose of disclosure to children is to help the child make sense of their circumstances. Children are excellent detectors of distress, but terrible interpreters of it. Children know when something isn't right, but without explanation, they will typically personalize the situation, believing it's their fault or it's happening because they are bad. Proper disclosure provides the right type and amount of information to help our children make accurate sense of their reality, preventing personalization and misreading, while also protecting them from traumatizing details or unsupported discovery.

Workshops Offered

YouBloom

SEPTEMBER 20th, 2021

enrollment open

Designed for women who want to move beyond infidelity and betrayal trauma. 


This 56-day workshop isn't just about healing, it's about moving forward. This workshop will teach you, inspire you and connect you to peers who will help you make change. Most of all, you'll discover that you don't have to merely endure life as it is. In 15 minutes a day, you can learn to create a life you’re excited about.

With videos, personalized exercises, and discussion, the YouBloom workshop is an intensive online learning experience. 

Rebuild Your Relationship

JANUARY 17th, 2022

PRE-enrollment open

When it comes to healing and recovery from betrayal there's a difference between succeeding in individual recovery and succeeding in our relationship. One doesn't necessarily lead to another. So while we might be healing individually maybe our relationship is stuck. This is why we created the Rebuild Your Relationship Workshop.

Led by Dr. Kevin Skinner and Karen Strange both experts in healing, recovery, and developing healthy relationships. Combined they have over 25 years of clinical experience. The workshop is based off of their work and training. The principles and lessons in the workshop are proven to work. You can create a connected relationship and there are skills you can learn and practice. The barriers you've faced can be overcome.

Life After Divorce

OCTOBER 25th, 2021

PRE-enrollment open

After a divorce, there can be a devastating sense of loss. No one gets married with an expectation of divorce. It can be difficult to make sense of the chaos. Feelings of loneliness and isolation are common. Many people are left questioning "what's wrong with me?"

When it comes to creating a life after divorce there's a difference between surviving and thriving. The loss of a marriage and the dreams that come with it can be traumatic. Learning to find yourself again can be difficult. Concerns about parenting and future relationships can create feelings of worry and anxiety. However, you can rediscover the real you and life can be happy again.

Brought to you by Dr. Kevin Skinner, an expert in healing and recovery from fractured relationships. The Life After Divorce workshop is based on his work in helping his clients navigate the process of creating a life after divorce. The principles and lessons in the workshop are proven to work. You can move past the chaos and sadness to rediscover yourself and create a future full of hope.

How To Tell The Kids

AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND

After discovering infidelity in your relationship what should you tell your children? Or is it best to not tell them anything at all? Disclosure to children is important but difficult even under the very best of circumstances.

In this workshop therapist Jenna Riemersma will walk you through how to create a step by step plan for how navigate a disclosure with your children. She will guide you through the process, helping you anticipate how to respond in areas where it might get a little tricky, and answer your questions along the way.

Why is preparing a disclosure for your children important? In general when we're not prepared we tend to go too far one way or the other. Either sharing too much with too much emotion or not sharing anything at all.

The purpose of disclosure to children is to help the child make sense of their circumstances. Children are excellent detectors of distress, but terrible interpreters of it. Children know when something isn't right, but without explanation, they will typically personalize the situation, believing it's their fault or it's happening because they are bad. Proper disclosure provides the right type and amount of information to help our children make accurate sense of their reality, preventing personalization and misreading, while also protecting them from traumatizing details or unsupported discovery.