PEAK Groups


A painful, mysterious, and isolating condition is flooded with light by PEAK. Now I can see a path.
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Participant




PEAK Support Group

Group:

Carolina PEAK Support Group

Location:

Online

Start Date and Time:

Ongoing, third Thursday of every month 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Frequency:

Monthly

Open/Closed:

Group is open only to those who have been through a weekly PEAK book study.

Commitment:

Participants are asked to make a reasonable effort to attend and do reading in advance.

Cost:

$10 for registration free

Description:

This is an advanced group for estranged parents in need of ongoing support.

Facilitator:

Peter Gollup and Karen-Eve Bayne

Registration:

Contact:
Peter Gollup
Peter@peterlgollup.com
704 651 7377

Fall 2021 - November

Group:

PEAK Book Study

Location:

Online

Start Date and Time:

Wednesday, October 6th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Frequency:

Weekly

Duration:

7 weeks, last meeting on November 17th

Open/Closed:

Group is closed to new participants after three weeks

Commitment:

Participants are asked to make a reasonable effort to attend and do reading in advance.

Cost:

$20 for registration plus purchase of PEAK book – not inclusive

Description:

A seven-week, online support group for parents suffering from the agonizing experience of losing the relationship with their adult children. Roughly 12% of all parents suffer the experience of estrangement, but rarely talk about it because of embarrassment or fear of judgement. Join the growing number of estranged parents who are finding healing through the PEAK experience. Registration is required, along with a $20 registration fee. Participants will also need to purchase the PEAK book.  (Can be purchased on the “Books” tab of this website.

Facilitator:

Peter Gollup and Karen-Eve Bayne

Registration:

 Or Contact:
Peter Gollup
Peter@peterlgollup.com
704 651 7377

Our PEAK Leaders

Peter Gollup
Karen-Eve Bayne

As a facilitator, Karen-Eve brings a lifetime of rich experience and compassion, combined with creativity to a wide variety of workshops and programs. She thoughtfully draws from her wide professional, educational, and  cultural experiences as well as recent news and research. She holds certifications in both life coaching and counseling, with degrees in sociology and theology. Her business career and mid- life career transitions enable her to understand the pressures of working and home life—compounded by estrangement.

Peter Gollup, first encountered PEAK as a participant who was so moved by the effectiveness of the program that he became a group facilitator. With humor and compassion, he provides guidance and safety for participants along the path to healing. Peter’s education, successful business career, and his training as an artist and woodworker enrich his empathy and understanding with others on this path. He is passionate about helping others find their peace with the pain of estrangement.

 

Karen Wolfrom

As an Aging Life Care™ Consultant/geriatric care manager, Karen Wolfrom has worked with many families struggling with parental estrangement. After studying Fe’s book, Karen committed to a PEAK support group experience and found it extremely beneficial both personally and professionally. Karen’s diverse nursing, business, and volunteer experience enables her to be a compassionate, dedicated facilitator, who is interested in helping others find mind, body, and spirit wellness through satisfying relationships.