GIFT hosts an annual weekend retreat designed to renew and strengthen married couples who have children with special needs.
Friday through Sunday, the weekend prior to Thanksgiving
Cost: $295 includes private room and meals
Registration will open summer 2018.
Retreat is November 16-18, 2018 at The Inn on Lake Granbury, Granbury, Texas.
Here's an adventure designed to renew and strengthen your marriage. Enjoy a relaxing weekend at a beautiful retreat with nine other couples.
Retreat Guest Speakers: Brad and Karen Thompson, The HALI Project
Karen Thompson, B.S. Psy; Brad Thompson, M.A., L.P.C.
Brad and Karen Thompson are the founders of The HALI Project—a non-profit organization that provides counseling and education services for families and communities who have children with special needs. They work with families, the education system, and the medical system to improve inclusion of special needs children.
They have two adult children—Justin and Hali. Hali deals with the challenges of multiple special needs, both physical and cognitive, and is the inspiration for their work.
Brad has a master’s degree in counseling from West Texas A&M University and operates a private counseling practice in addition to his work with the project. Karen completed all of her classroom work for a master’s degree in psychology. Brad and Karen have 26 years of experience working with families.
Do not let the need for childcare keep you from coming to the retreat. Contact us and we will help you arrange for a sitter.
Cost and Registration
Cost: The GIFT Ministry pays half of the full cost, so your cost for the retreat is only $295 per couple. A deposit of $147.50 is due at registration. Balance of $147.50 is due November 1.
Questions? E-mail Darla at darlahstonebriar.org.
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