Alpha Omega/OLB Workshops
Collaborations between Our Lady of Bethesda Retreat Center and the Alpha Omega Clinic, offering you more tools to grow in your relationships and your life.
What Made Me, Me?
Understanding How Your Identity Developed Over a Lifetime
ANNOUNCING a new workshop for those interested in learning more about why people do what they do. In our ongoing collaboration with the Alpha Omega Clinics, OLB will launch a new series entitled “What Made Me, Me?"
What was God thinking when he made you? This workshop will teach you about the development of YOU. Explore the narrative of your life through the lens of psychology and discover the You that God intended.
This new workshop series will lead you through the psychological and spiritual development of a person during each stage of life. Over the course of these workshops, you will see how each stage of development – from Early Childhood through Adolescence – shaped the person you are today. This will be an eye-opening course that will deepen your own self-awareness.
While these workshops can assist anyone on the path to self-discovery, they are informational only and NOT intended to serve as therapy in any way. All exercises will be individual, and there will be no group sharing. (Please see disclaimer below.)
Register for the entire series for $180 per person or individual sessions, $60 per person.
- Season: $180 per person
- Individual session: $60 per person
Register for Individual Sessions, Individual session: $60 per person:
- Mass: Noon (optional)
- Lunch: 12:30
- Seminar: 1:00-2:30
Disclaimer: These talks are not therapy and are not intended to take the place of therapy.
If you are in need of individual, group or couples therapy, please call Alpha Omega Clinics at 301 767-1733.
Each workshop will be led by Dr. Kathleen Musslewhite, Executive Director of the Alpha Omega Clinics.
Dr. Musslewhite is a graduate of the Divine Mercy University’s Institute for the Psychological Sciences, an APA accredited Catholic Graduate School of Psychology. She has a doctoral degree in Psychology and a law degree from the American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C. She also obtained her B.S. in Accounting from Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Musslewhite has worked with couples, families and groups for nonprofits and in private practice. She has been married for 42 years and has three adult children and seven grandchildren. Dr. Musslewhite joined Alpha Omega Clinic in 2022 and sees clients in Bethesda, MD.