It’s check-up time!
Brought to you by Triangle LGBTQ Group, a partner of LGBT Center of Raleigh, in collaboration with Light-Work Resources Holistic Health Center, the Couples Master Class Workshop provides the support needed for LGBTQ+ couples and families to thrive.
Unhealthy relationships can cause increased stress and difficulty in all areas of life. This free two-hour workshop is designed to help guide participants in analyzing factors that contribute to healthy relationships and to identify and correct characteristics associated with conflicted relationships.
The mission of Light-Work Resources Holistic Health Center is to create a safe space community of healing mind, body, and soul through therapy and coaching as well as various other creative methods incorporated into our purpose driven empowerment programs and services.
Although this is a workshop specifically for couples, we are aware that relationships in the LGBTQ+ community are diverse, with varied forms of statuses and arrangements. If you are not part of a couple, but are interested in hearing about future workshops and support groups that might be a better fit for you, please sign up for updates.
Racquel Merritt is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist in North Carolina. Racquel is a co-founder of Light-Work Resources and co-author of “A Journey to Spiritual Health,” a guide to finding peace and strength, available on Amazon. Racquel holds that the answers to our troubles are found within ourselves.
Donald “Von” Norwood is a Purpose-Driven Empowerment & Mental Health Coach in the state of North Carolina with a Masters degree in Social Work. Donald believes that assisting people to heal the wounds of their past, finding purpose in their present and manifesting positivity in their futures is the goal for all human being encounters.
Randy Lewis is a community minister, social-justice advocate, organizational consultant, and entrepreneur. He is a certified facilitator of Prepare & Enrich relationship counseling program, holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of Divinity degrees, and serves as Chair of The LGBT Center of Raleigh. Randy’s passion is in building strong communities and healthy relationships.