The Women In Networking (WIN) chapter in Saline County hosts a luncheon once a month on 2nd Wednesdays. Everyone gets a chance to talk about their business, there’s always a speaker, and a yummy lunch. Want a chance to talk even more about your business? Bring a door prize – WIN calls it a Happy.
- What: WIN of Saline County Monthly Luncheon
- Date/Time: Wed Aug 14th, 11:45-1:00 p.m.
- Where: Gina’s Catering, 5550 Village Dr, Benton, AR 72019
- Speaker: Beatrice Terrell, Founder, Clinical Director and Therapist at Eunoia Therapy & Self Development. Read her bio below.
- Cost: Cost is only for lunch. Pre-Register for $12 per person and pay when you get there. Without pre-reg it’s $15 per person.
- Register/RSVP: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Invite someone to come with you, bring business cards, and bring a “Happy” (door prize) if you can.
Please RSVP if you are attending AND if you are eating or not; we have to get an accurate count for the food.
Find WIN on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WomenInNetworkingAR
Beatrice (B-at-trice) is the founder and clinical director of Eunoia (you-noy-ah) Therapy & Self Development located in downtown Little Rock. She is an experienced therapist who has a heart for women experiencing a variety of issues common to life. She brings a no-nonsense approach to therapy with a lot of empathy, insight and experience. She’s willing to get in the mud with you – she just asks you be willing to do the work. Beatrice’s range of therapy has been proven in her work with the chronically mentally ill, working professionals, medical providers, survivors of domestic violence and the homeless. Her experience is unique in that she served these populations in our countries 4th largest metropolitan city- Houston, TX – let’s just say, there isn’t much she hasn’t heard or seen. There is never a dull moment there! With that being said, she believes in bringing your whole self to therapy – if you can’t be totally transparent anywhere else, it’s in session with her. Beatrice has a strong foundation in working with those who have experienced trauma, unresolved family of origin issues, mental illness, and relational difficulties.