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Shawna Burns tells the story of a girl who is no longer suicidal
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What is "Seed Digging"?
The technique is based on a simple analogy of a garden and teaches that we all “have gardens” inside our hearts where weeds and flowers grow. The weeds present those negative feelings and actions that cause problems for ourselves and others. The flowers represent those happy feelings and positive actions that bring joy and peace to our lives.
Seed Digging helps a person uproot weeds and replace them with flowers which results in helping the person live with incredible inner peace.
Seed Digging Wellness Center
The Seed Digging Wellness Center has trained mental health professionals who guide clients through counseling sessions to help them “pull weeds.” Eventually, clients learn how to use the technique themselves and the goal is that they use Seed Digging to stop future emotional or behavioral problems as they arise.
Seed Digging counseling sessions occur at The Seed Digging Wellness Center in Harrison, Arkansas. Please call 870-204-6016.
Shawna Burns, a Licensed
Counselor has authored three books on the concepts of Seed Digging. Each provide an overview of how the technique and strategies of Seed Digging can literally change a person's life:
Seed Digging: A Simple Technique that Leads to Incredible Inner Peace
Seed Digging For Teachers,
Charlie and the Yucky, Stinky, No-Good Fruit (early childhood version and original)
AR Department of Education and AR IDEAS/AETN
Arkansas Virtual Academy
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Licensed Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor-Clinical Supervisor
Before becoming a counselor, she taught special-education in the public school system & absolutely loved it. She almost didn’t finish her counseling degree because of her passion in the classroom, yet her heart desperately
wanted to work with children in a one-on-one setting in hopes of making an even greater impact. She eventually ...