Finding Peace Through Stress

The Work of Byron Katie is a simple yet powerful tool for self-inquiry. The Work is a meditative process for identifying and questioning the thoughts that cause stress in your life. In this workshop, you will be introduced to the Work, work with certified facilitators to guide you in putting your stressful thoughts on paper, and see firsthand how the four questions and turnarounds can free you from limiting beliefs.

Join us to learn how to bring fresh perspectives to relationships, work, finances, etc. Bring your judgments about parents, partners, children, work, the world, etc., and experience the power and simplicity of The Work. It is accessible to all ages and backgrounds, only requiring an open mind and a willingness to question. Participants will have continued access to free resources and live events for your continued support.

Through its international recognition, The Work, also known as Inquiry-Based Stress Reduction (IBSR) has been the subject of numerous studies and has been cited in clinical, psychology, and scientific journals.


About the Speakers

Joan Abrams, Ph.D. was introduced to The Work of Byron Katie in 2002. She has firsthand experience with the transformative power of inquiry in bringing clarity and softness where there was once chaos and confusion. The Work has been a constant companion since 2016 when she began the certification process for The Work. She is enthusiastic about bringing The Work to others. As a skilled listener, she tracks clients closely, taking the journey with them as they identify and question their limiting beliefs. She has worked with hundreds of clients from all over the world, engaging in individual consultations, short courses, and one-day workshops.

Jerry Mac has been a Certified Facilitator of The Work since 2016 and has practiced other forms of inquiry for 25 years. He hosts two online groups in The Work and offers individual sessions. He is an avid student of nonviolent communication.


Date and Time:  
September 28, 2023
6:00 - 7:30 PM


Cambridge Public Library, Community Room, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138
Free; This event will not include food and drinks.
Registration is limited due to max capacity of location.
Register Here