Trusting You Brother’s Keeper : A Cultural Assessment

This is a workshop series facilitating participants in values assessment, identity, and racial healing strategies. The workshops and training’s are scheduled throughout the year. You may contact the Facilitator, George Middleton at george@thegeorgemiddleton.com

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A Cultural and Values Assessment

Who you are and what drives your decision-making are all a direct function of what creates your values. Values affect what you consider to be important or motivating factors.

Essentially values could be considered as another way of speaking to your motivating factors. When beliefs meet values, decisions are made. Racial healing uses a variety of strategies, including a values driven approach to achieve the ultimate goal of healing.

Do You Trust Your Brother’s Keeper?

This is a workshop series facilitating participants in values assessment, identity, and racial healing strategies, for everyone.

FacilitatedGeorge Middleton by:
George Middleton is a Mental Health Counselor who holds a B.A. from the School of Music at Indiana University, an M.S.M. in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University, and an M.S. in Human Services from Capella University.

Committed to the fields of Mental Health, Mentorship, and Youth, George Middleton has spent the last two decades in various positions, ranging from Student Life Counselor, Mentor, Music Instructor, and Mental Health Counselor. All have reinforced the importance and value an adult male’s role plays in child development.

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