Not Needy

Feb 8th - March 1st

Having needs is not the same as “being needy.”

As a living being, you have needs — LOTS of them! This doesn’t make you needy… It makes you human.

Your needs matter.

They aren’t something you can sweep under the rug or hope they go away. You need what you need, even if someone else thinks they are “too much” or “don’t count.” You have a right to your needs and you have a responsibility for meeting them.

It’s time to prioritize your needs.

In this online course, I’ll show you how — without shame, manipulation, or guilt.

Over four weeks, you’ll get wild permission, new frameworks, and practical tools to creatively meet your needs in profound and transformative ways.

Together, we’ll explore:

  • The connections between needs and wants (and why that matters more — and less! — than you think!)
  • How to put words to your needs so you can better understand them
  • Why it’s important to separate your strategy for meeting your need from the need itself (and how to do this!)
  • Powerful techniques for generating creative solutions to unmet needs
  • A simple tool to spot if someone is trying to use your needs against you, so you can create zones of safety
  • How to go beyond what you need to survive and claim what you need to thrive

Getting your needs met is crucial for a well-rounded and rewarding life, and there are more ways to do it than you might realize.

If it’s time for you to start getting your needs met — consistently, messily, and meaningfully — join us for this transformative course!

When: Feb 8th - March 1st from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm PT

Format: 4 online meetings – recorded

Platforms: Teachable + Zoom

Homework: Minimal

Your Instructor

Marcia Baczynski
Marcia Baczynski

Marcia Baczynski, aka Marcia B, (she/her) is an internationally-recognized coach, writer and presenter on sexual communication, boundaries, consent and desire. Her primary mission is to help adults who want more connection and intimacy to overcome shame and get in touch with what they truly want – romantically, sexually and relationally – even if it’s off the beaten path.

She is the co-author of Creating Consent Culture: A Handbook for Educators which can be purchased at most major booksellers.

Marcia brings wisdom, humor, and creativity to all aspects of her work, and offers a fresh perspective on love, sex and relationships. With expertise in boundaries, communication, open relationships, LGBTQ+ experiences and sex positivity, she helps her clients chart an authentic path for themselves. Since 2003, she has helped tens of thousands of people through her private coaching, workshops and group programs.

Course Curriculum

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts Oct 26th and runs for four Wednesdays from 6-8pm PT / 9-11 ET. Each class will meet on Zoom and will be recorded.
How long do I have access to the course?
Your access lasts for 120 days after the course ends - across any and all devices you own!
I'm a private person. Do I have to share my personal information in class?
The work we are doing together is really about self-reflection. While there will be plenty of opportunities to share insights and talk about discoveries during our meetings, it's all on your own terms. You do not have to share anything at all for all four weeks if you don't want to! You can ask questions anonymously, and participation is entirely optional. (You can even attend anonymously if that is a concern for you.)
Who is this course for?
This course is open to adults of any gender and sexual orientation who want to better understand their needs and how to meet them. It is an educational program, and not a substitute for therapy.
What is the refund policy?
There are no refunds on this course. All Zoom calls are recorded and will be posted within 48 hours for you to watch on your own in case you have to miss a meeting. Please be sure you wish to purchase before doing so!

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