PASSAGES: A MID-LIFE WOMEN’S GROUP
Explore themes and issues unique to the mid-life stage of life in this 8-session series for women. Mid-life is a time of tremendous transition, and for women, the changes are unique. During this series, you will have the opportunity to learn, share and gain resiliency with other women aged 45+, as a way to take ownership of your life amidst the challenges and opportunities you are currently facing. Through structured activities and open discussion, you will have opportunities to explore your own passage through mid-life and beyond while connecting openly with other women. Please call for a consultation prior to registration.
Group: Passages: A Mid-life Women’s Group
When: Wednesdays, 5:30 to 7:30, September 30th – November 25th, 2015 (Holiday Nov. 11)
Where: Canadian Memorial Centre for Peace, 16th & Burrard, Vancouver
Who: Women age 45-65 and under the care of a family physician with no active substance dependence, cognitive impairment, psychosis, suicidal ideation or other medical illness that would preclude group participation.
Sally Halliday, MA, RCC, CCC, a therapist and Educator, has been facilitating women’s groups for over a decade. Sally uses writing and personal stories to facilitate change and awaken creative potential in those facing transition points in their lives. Her academic research in Counselling Psychology focused on how women navigate the biological, social, and psychological changes of mid-life with hope and a sense of purpose.
For registration and/or information contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Fee: $75.00 for the series)
This group is supported by Vancouver Coastal Health