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Phone:
(530) 392-0714

Auburn Office
200 Tuttle Street
Auburn, Ca. 95603


Auburn Class
Auburn Grace Community Church

Room 203
3126 Olympic Way
Auburn, Ca. 95603

Roseville Class
Best Western Orchid Suites.
130 N. Sunrise Ave.
Roseville 95661.



We are now accepting donations to help us stop family violence

Stage 1 Class:
Roseville: 
  Wednesday 6p.m.
Auburn: 
  Thursday 6p.m.
   
Stage 2/3 Class:
Roseville: 
  TBA
Auburn:
  Tuesdays 6p.m.
   
Seminar
  A Seminar for Women

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David Morton
Director & Facilitator
david@mavcenter.org

 


Mean mugging.
The Evil Eye.
The Big Stink.
The Silent Treatment.

They're all forms of emotional violence that hurt you and the ones you love.

MAV Center

Now Viewing: Don’t Avoid the Void

Don’t Avoid the Void

     When we  are in the void, our first impulse is to revert to old habits because they feel comfortable.  Our goal is to hang in there until the change is complete.  Knowing that TRANSITIONS ARE PART OF THE CHANGE  process helps us muster the courage to put up with the discomfort, the uneasiness, the void. “When we feel stuck, going no where—even starting to slip backward we may actually be backing up to get a running start. 

-Dan Millman 

     To change, we must go through a transition zone.  It’s not easy being in transition.  Thoughts, beliefs, and habits are all in flux.  It can create a sense of groundlessness, of being in a void that can be quite uncomfortable. 

     Change requires a letting go of what we have always known and done to allow in something new.  We need to trust ourselves and higher forces to unfold a new reality for us.   

     “Every positive change – every jump to a higher level of energy and awareness—involves a rite of passage.  Each time we ascend to a higher rung on the ladder of personal evolution, we must go through a period of discomfort, of initiation.  I have never found an exception.”

MAV Center
A re-education program to help men
with intimacy, communication skills and violence prevention.


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Richard Buschman
Facilitator
richard@mavcenter.org

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John
Facilitator
john@mavcenter.org

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Ronnie
Facilitator
ronnie@mavcenter.org

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Devon
Facilitator
devon@mavcenter.org

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