Navigating Through Life’s Transitions
Loss and change are integral parts of life. Daily we face life’s impermanence. Saying “good-bye” and “hello” are as much a part of the pattern of life as are the seasons of the year with its movement from fall into winter and eventually bursting forth with new life in spring and summer. How we move through these seasons of loss and change determine whether we will experience “break-through” or “break-down”. Whether you are in transition from loss of employment, loss of death of a loved one, loss through divorce, loss of dreams or any other loss, you may want to take time to reflect on the journey with other in similar situations and draw wisdom from the group for moving through this in-between time. This time together will include some in-put, process, and personal sharing. Come as you are and leave renewed.
Facilitator: Marcella Anibas FSPA
Date: Feb. 7-8, 2014
Time: Friday: 7 – 9pm, Saturday 9am – 3pm
Fee: $80 (includes lunch)
$10 Discount for:
Early Bird Registration (deadline is Jan. 24), OR Bring a Friend (let us know your friend's name), OR if you are a FIRST TIME WOMANWELL PROGRAM PARTICIPANT
Registration deadline is January 31, 2014
What past participants said about the program:
"This workshop exceeded my expectations - so much bubbled up to the suface- this is a new approach for me in actually dealing with and not suppressing change." Pam F.
"The information covered was extremely helpful. I will leave feeling renewed and with a feeling of reassurance that I am able to make it through any transition." Kim O.
"I have new tools to use during my current transition, and of those surely to come. Handouts were great!" Anonymous
About the Facilitator: Marcella Anibas, a Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration, is a creative spirit with a compassionate listening heart. She brings a caring, calming, gentle presence to those she companions in her ministry of spiritual direction and her volunteer ministry with hospice. Marcie has an implicit trust in the ability of each person to become all that they can be and has the gift of meeting persons wherever they are in their transition process.