Boundaries for Women - Video Course
As a woman, you work hard to meet the needs of other people. But, when it comes to your needs, does no one seem to notice?
Do you feel like your opinions and dreams get pushed to the back-burner? Do you frequently say “yes,” while it seem like others get to say “no”?
Like most women, you want to care for the people around you. You want to be a good friend, loving parent, helpful colleague, respectful daughter, thoughtful sister, and caring spouse. You want to experience healthy “give-and-take” in your relationships, while knowing that someone will show concern for your needs. But, like many women, do you feel this way instead:
• Do you feel trapped by all of the needs around you?
• Do you feel like a pushover that people walk on or take advantage of?
• Do you feel stuck between harboring resentment and guilt when saying "no"?
Even worse, do you beat yourself up on the inside for feeling this way?
You don't have to live this way any longer.
HUNDREDS OF WOMEN HAVE TAKEN THE
BOUNDARIES FOR WOMEN VIDEO COURSE:
"God used what I watched to help heal a deep part of me that needed love."
you said resonated with what I needed. It helped me stop obsessing on
the person I can't fix and start focusing on what I can."
— Allison T.
"I had never thought about receiving from God. I had always thought it was my job only to give out."
"This course was worth taking! Any woman who wants to grow spiritually, mentally, or emotionally will benefit."
Did you know?
There’s a secret to saying “no” that women aren’t told.
Most women are never taught how to bring their own needs into their relationships. But, it’s a process that any woman can learn.
If you struggle with feeling overwhelmed, resentful, or guilty, there is hope. If you wrestle with expressing your own opinion, needs, or concerns, you can grow stronger. You can learn to value yourself in the same way that God values you.
However, there is a secret to setting boundaries that is hidden from most women.
Part of the problem is that most teaching about boundaries is written by men. As women, we are different. We view relationships differently than men. We are held to different expectations than men.
Wouldn’t it make more sense to learn how to set boundaries from a woman’s perspective?
will show you how to:
• Make sure people understand what you need in a relationship
• Stick to your “no” even when someone reacts with anger or disappointment
• Identify and counter toxic behavior
• Plan an exciting future of saying “yes” to life-giving opportunities
Learn how to stop pleasing everyone else and say “yes” to yourself.
Learn how to love others without neglecting yourself.
This online course features three self-guided videos that are 20 – 30 minutes each. View at your own pace and move as fast as your schedule allows.
Session 1 – Why Women Need Boundaries
Setting boundaries can be particularly difficult for women. I will explain the unique challenges that women face along with showing how you can become the confident, purposeful woman that God designed you to be.
Session 2 – The Secret to Setting Boundaries
Learn the little-known secret to setting healthy boundaries that every woman must know. In addition, I will walk you through 3 different exercises that explain how to lay a strong foundation to set a new boundary.
Session 3 – How to Set a New Boundary
Once you understand the secret to setting boundaries, you’re ready to take action. I will explain how to set a new boundary, the spectrum of boundary fouls you might encounter, and how to manage the other person's response. In addition, I'll provide downloadable scripts and resources to help you make progress.
“I’ve struggled to care for myself my whole life. But, the information in Alison's course was a game-changer for me!”
- Rebekah L.
Your purchase includes:
• 3 self-guided teaching videos (20 – 30 minutes each)
• Downloadable worksheets to help you apply what you learn
• Proven scripts that explain what to say in confusing situations
• Bonus: Resource listings and tools to increase your support network
• Lifetime access to the course material!
Learn from the expert who has helped women across America transform their lives through the power of boundaries.
Hi, I’m Dr. Alison Cook.
For over 15 years, I’ve helped hundreds of women discover how to set healthy boundaries. I’d like to show you how to regain control over your decisions, stop beating yourself up, and experience God’s wonderful purpose for your life.
I love helping women learn how to take overwhelming issues and boil them down into simple steps. I don’t just tell you “what” to do or “why” you should do it. I show you HOW to turn life-changing ideas into action.
In addition, I incorporate my Christian faith into everything that I teach. I didn’t just study psychology. I studied how to integrate psychology with biblical principles. I specialize in helping women develop healthy boundaries from a faith-based perspective.
Just like you, the concept of setting boundaries didn’t come easy. I’ve also wrestled with saying “no” in my most important relationships. But, I discovered the little-known secret that changes everything. I’d like to show you the same exciting truths that bring peace, freedom, and joy.
My education includes a B.A. at Dartmouth College, M.A. in counseling from Denver Seminary, and I earned my Ph.D. in religion and psychology from the University of Denver. I am also the co-author of Boundaries for Your Soul: How to Turn Your Overwhelming Thoughts and Feelings into Your Greatest Allies (Thomas Nelson Publishers), which provides a step-by-step approach to manage your emotions in partnership with God.
I’ve studied, taught, and counseled women on setting boundaries for over two decades. I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned with you in the Boundaries for Women video course.
Frequently Asked Questions
"Alison’s ability to cut through the noise and focus on the root of a problem is impressive. She provides tremendous insight into both your psychological functioning as well as how to weave God into your journey toward growth and healing.”
Dr. Helen Chen,
Senior Research Associate,
Harvard Graduate School of Education