- Building Better Boundaries -


Stop people pleasing, develop assertiveness skills, and learn to set limits so you can preserve your time & energy

Megan MacCutcheon, LPC, PMH-C
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How do you know if you need better boundaries?

Answer these questions..

Do you frequently look to others to make choices and decisions on your behalf?

Do you frequently feel disrespected, put down, or taken advantage of in your encounters and relationships?

Do you find it difficult to set limits or enforce rules with other people in your life?


Is it hard for you to say no?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need better boundaries and this training will help you develop the skills you need to create them.

How others treat you is determined in part by your boundaries. If you have boundaries that are very healthy, well established, and clearly defined, others tend to treat you with more respect. Your stress level decreases, you stop dreading encounters with others, and you find yourself feeling energized rather than drained at the end of the day.  

Are you ready? Start setting limits so that you can:
  • Gain the respect you deserve
  • Get that job you've been dreaming of
  • Stop allowing family members to walk all over you
  • Respectfully handle a tough situation with a good friend

Building Better Boundaries will teach you how to develop assertiveness skills to help you set limits!


In this training you will:


    • Determine what defines a good boundary and understand why boundaries are so important.
    • Discover how poor boundaries creates conflict and tension in relationships.
    • Learn assertiveness skills that will help you start enforcing better boundaries in your life without seeming pushyor aggressive.
    • Learn how to experience a boost in self-esteem and more satisfaction in your relationships with family, friends, and coworkers.


    If you're tired of feeling disrespected, taken advantage of, or down on yourself, this training will help you take back the sense of control that will empower you in feeling your best.


What happens after you attend this training?

Once you begin putting these tools into practice, you'll be able to:



✔ Stand up for yourself without feeling aggressive or taken advantage of

✔ Stop letting negative interactions impact your self-worth

 ✔ Set limits with people in your life sot hat you minimize stress and stay in control

✔ Decrease feelings of irritation & resentment so you can preserve your energy

✔ Confront conflict with confidence and a sense of empowerment

I'm ready!

Over $300 Value

Just $30

I'm ready to take my life back

Frequently Asked Questions...


What past attendees
have said about this workshop:


"Growing up in an environment of addiction and dysfunction made it hard for me know what appropriate boundaries were. This workshop helped me to find my voice and feel empowered to start creating healthy limits in my relationships."

"I'm learning to stop overthinking every little thing. I'm also starting to set limits and clarify boundaries in relationships without letting everyone else control how I feel."

"Megan helped me to see the importance of considering my rights and to start believing that speaking up for myself wasn't selfish or bitchy. Becoming assertive takes a lot of work and is pushing me out of my comfort zone, but I'm starting to gain more confidence and I'm finding that I enjoy my relationships more." 

Still on the fence?

Don't let these reasons get in the way of improving your relationships and feeling more empowered!

I'm ready now!

About Megan

Megan MacCutcheon is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in Vienna, Virginia.

She enjoys working with adolescents and adults, helping them to achieve a better quality of life by confronting issues of depression, anxiety, stress, and low self-esteem. She has published four books on building self-eteem.

Megan is also a Certified Perinatal Mental Health practitioner and works with women who are experiencing mood and anxiety disorders during pregnancy and following childbirth.

She also specializes in working with victims of trauma and sexual abuse and is trained in EMDR.