Resiliency Matters: Developing Resources to Create a Richer, More Meaningful, and Connected Life
Change your brain, change your life. Louise Hurwitz provides a safe, non-judgmental class setting to help you identify and effectively utilize the tools and gifts you have, in order to have a more positive outlook , even when facing challenges in life. Louise’s many years of experience as a mental health counselor, coach and educator will guide you toward a more happy and productive life, identifying strategies to avoid pitfalls in your journey to stay balanced , even in the face of struggle and challenge. Visit Louise’s website: www.louisehurwitz.com to learn more about how Resiliency Matters can help you achieve balance, manage stress, overcome trauma and cultivate healthy relationships to lead a more healthy and fulfilling life. To contact Louise directly, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 413-530-4693.
Three part series: register for one, two, or all three!
I. Strategies to Build Resiliency through Self-Care Monday February 25, 3 to 5 p.m.
Life can be challenging for all of us from time to time. Often during these moments, we forget how to care for ourselves. In this workshop, we focus specifically on self-care strategies that lead to greater resilience
II. Cultivating Signature Strengths Monday March 4, 3 to 5 p.m.
During challenging times, it’s critical that we know what strengths we can draw upon to help us be resilient. In this workshop, we look at the relationship between resilience and strengths and how by playing to your strengths, you can maintain balance in your life and successfully reach your goals.
III. Developing Positive Thinking Habits Monday March 11, 3 to 5 p.m.
Often our habitual thinking patterns can make it difficult for us to be resilient. In this workshop, we look at common thinking “traps” and learn ways to challenge them to develop more positive and resilient ways of thinking.