The Re-Envisioned Parent
Have you found yourself providing care for your aging parent? Struggling with the transition into this next phase of life? Caught in a cycle of inner drama and old habits? Discover how to transform that drama into an opportunity to grow and bond with your loved one. The Re-Envisioned Parent Workshop will be a hybrid program at the Windsor Public Library Monday, October 17th, 2022, at 6:30. Participants can either join us in person at the library or login from home using Zoom. Registration Required. Free. 860-285-1918. To register, please visit https://www.windsorlibrary.com/adult/sign-up-for-a-program/
Parenting: Launching or Tossing
Find yourself in a power struggle with your young adult as they transition into their next phase of life? Are you seeing yourself as a coach but coming across as a rescuer or persecutor? What seems to be a simple question instantly becomes fodder for warfare? Emerge from this phase with strategies to improve your relationship with your loved one. Workshops available Fall 2022.
Caring for the Caregiver
Are you a health professional overwhelmed on the brink of burn out? Feeling persecuted by administration, colleagues, and patients? Managing to get through your day, but there is an absence of satisfaction? Assess your current reality, identify, and strategize triggers, as you develop an action plan leading to your desired outcome. E-course to start Fall 2022.
Who Am I?
I am a practitioner of The Empowerment Dynamic and Theatre of the Oppressed with the goal of transforming the drama of life as it impacts professional and personal lives. There is nothing like a transition to introduce drama into one’s life.
I have been a registered nurse since 1987. In that time, I navigated various professional transitions, Operating Room Nurse, Educational Supervisor, School Nurse, Author and University faculty. No one lives solely in the professional realm, so my personal transitions have included but not limited to; maintaining a loving marriage, raising and launching two children, one on the autistic spectrum, and caring for aging parents. I am a work in progress, a mediocre marathon waddler, a wannabe Appalachian Trail section hiker, and an explorer of life’s opportunities.
“Happiness is the journey to the goal, not the achievement.”