Nikki Loscalzo, a member of Newtown Friends Meeting will speak about achieving “Full Respect Living Through Relational Life Therapy, a Quaker Perspective,” to the Newtown Meeting Adult Class at 9:45a.m. on Sunday, January 12, Quaker Meetinghouse, 219 Court Street (http://newsite.newtownfriendsmeeting.org).
Meeting for Worship in the manner of Friends will follow at 11 a.m. The public is invited.
Nikki’s presentation will discuss the work of best selling author, revolutionary Couple’s Therapist, and founder of Relational Life Therapy, Terry Real. She will explore how Terry Real’s principles of “full respect, non-violent, relational living” relate to Quaker practice and Quaker ideals as well as Real’s ideas around the profound spiritual and restorative impact of healthy emotional intimacy.
Nikki Loscalzo, Ed. M. trained directly with Terry Real and the Relational Life Institute through his intensive Relational Life Therapy (RLT) certification program and now works in private practice at Savvy Strategies Relational Life Therapy (https://www.savvystrategies.com/) as a Therapeutic Relationship Coach helping couples grappling with conflict, betrayals, resentment, deep rifts, and disconnection to rebuild and repair their relationships.
Prior to her current position, Nikki worked in Corporate Learning and Development and Human Resources Management for several Fortune 500 companies, coaching and counseling managers and employees and running a variety of training and educational programs.
Nikki has served on the Board of Trustees of Mercer Street Friends in Trenton, NJ, Newtown Friends School Committee, Clerk of the Children’s Religious Education Committee at Newtown Quaker Meeting, and on a variety of committees at Princeton Quaker Meeting and Princeton Friends School, including Religious Education, Marketing and Fundraising.
Nikki Loscalzo lives in Yardley with her husband and their two teenage children. She graduated from Council Rock High School before earning her BA in English and American Studies from Rutgers College and a Master’s in Education from Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Education.