Cary Psychologist Hosts Harmonizing Work and Love Workshop

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Cary Psychologist Hosts Harmonizing Work and Love Workshop

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Cary Psychologist Hosts Harmonizing Work and Love Workshop

CARY, NC (September 22,2017) — Dr. Don Fernando Azevedo of Azevedo Family Psychology is hosting a unique Harmonizing Work and Love workshop for couples.

The workshop will take place Friday, November 3at the Luther Café in Christ the King Lutheran Church in Cary (600 Walnut St.) Couples check in at 8:30AM, and the workshop runs until 4:30PM. The cost is $300 and lunch will be catered.

Over and over we are told to balance work and family, as if they are two separate things that can be weighed individually.

What if we looked at them more like a symphony? The elements of work and love and self are different instruments.  They all need to play in harmony with one another, sometimes simultaneously, sometimes solo, and sometimes resting silent. Their goal is the play the same song passionately and elegantly.

It is hard enough to get one symphony to play well.  What happens when you have two symphonies?  How about two different songs?  That’s marriage, and their harmony creates beauty, fun, elegance, and utility. That effort takes practiced skill and intention.

This workshop will set you on your way, by helping articulate marital, work, and family goals equally well, chart a plan for achieving those goals, and find a way to coordinate all the instruments.  Harmonizing Work  Love begins the process of getting on the same sheet of music and learning to play it well.

Interested couples can learn more and sign up at



About Dr. Don Fernando Azevedo:

Dr. Don Fernando Azevedo holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Tennessee. After a tour with the 101st Airborne and years as a clinician in miscellaneous hospitals and private practices, he founded his own practice – Azevedo Family Psychology – in 2016. Centered around the idea of a “life worth celebrating,” the practice offers counseling for both individuals and couples.

For more information on Azevedo Family Psychology, visit or call 919-624-9561.

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