A Journey to Discovering Your True Self Begins Again February 24
Wellspring Counseling Services in Middlebury is gearing up for another series of group workshops designed for women to explore their creativity while cultivating self awareness and developing their inner spirit. Renee Alberino, LMFT will lead the discussion group, A Journey to Discovering Your True Self, held over a 13-week period. The group will work from the book The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron, exploring a different theme each week. The series encourages personal growth, empowerment and confidence among participants.
Renee Alberino is a licensed marriage and family therapist, who works with groups, individuals, couples and families. She sees clients in Wellspring Counseling Service’s Middlebury office and is a certified Gestalt therapist. Renee has also taught psychology at the college level.
This series is offered again on the heels of the first round held this past winter which was so successful that feedback was to extend the meeting time and add an additional session to allow more time to explore and absorb the course. Other feedback from participants included:
“I can’t remember the last time I felt so hopeful.”
“My creative imaginings are coming out of the darkness and into the light.”
“Sometimes in life, a door appears… Through this workshop I have found that I am not alone in keeping dreams dormant, and that with like minds a shift to bring them into being can occur.”
The 2015 Workshop Series (13 Weeks) begins February 24 and takes place in Middlebury, Connecticut at 850 Straits Turnpike, Suite 201. Participants must pre-register and reservations will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis. The group will meet at 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays. Space is limited to 10 participants. The cost will be $300 for the 13-week series, which includes a copy of the book and refreshments. Call us at 203-758-2296 to register for this group.
New Women’s Group in Middlebury, CT
A Journey to Discovering Your True Self
Beginning October 7 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
WELLSPRING COUNSELING SERVICES, 850 Straits Turnpike, Middlebury, CT
A 12-week series of group workshops designed to help guide women as they explore creativity, self awareness, and inner spirit. This group will work from the book The Artists Way by Julia Cameron and will examine a different theme each week. The series encourages personal growth, empowerment, and confidence among participants.
Facilitated by Renee Alberino, LMFT.
About Renee: Renee Alberino is a licensed marriage and family therapist, who enjoys working with groups, individuals, couples and families. She sees clients at Wellspring Counseling Service’s Middlebury office and is a certified Gestalt therapist.
Registration Information: Participants must pre-register and reservations will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis. The group is limited to 10 participants. The cost will be $250 for the 12-week series, which includes a copy of the book, supplies and refreshments.
To register, please contact Wellspring Counseling Services at 203-758-2296.
Wellspring is offering two support groups for seniors to discuss dynamics of living with their adult children. These workshops at The Southbury Senior Center, 561 Main Street South, are designed to offer an opportunity for participants to express their problems, feelings and ideas while gaining insight from others in a safe, supportive environment. Wellspring co-founders, Drs. Richard and Phyllis Beauvais who provide consultation, training and clinical presentations - on topics such as conflict resolution, parent education and comunication skills – facilitate the sessions. Please contact the Southbury Senior Center at (203) 262-0651 to join the groups or for more information.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Includes topics of understanding role reversal, financial stressors, privacy concerns and explores how the new arrangement can succeed and possibly flourish.
Fridays through July 26
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Seniors and Adult Children Under One Roof: How to Succeed With This New Trend
Provides legal and financial information associated with raising grandchildren along with an overview and discussion of general concerns.
Wednesdays through July 17
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.