A Workshop for Women Focusing on Finding Meaning and Balance in Everyday Life

"How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives."

                                       Annie Dillard     

 

A WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN

FOCUSING ON FINDING MEANING AND BALANCE IN EVERYDAY LIFE

This group series involves seven sessions of two hour meetings geared toward helping members learn ways that involve deepening  our lives and sustaining us in the face of ever present stress, busyness and distractions. The meetings, led by Andrea Johnson, LICSW,  will introduce members to ways of accessing a constant source of compassion, creativity and wisdom within ourselves in order to slow down, discover what is truly important for us and make choices with awareness.

Based on Abby Seixas' book Finding the Deep River Within: A Woman's Guide to Recovering Balance and Meaning in Everyday Life, this group will make use of discussion and activities to learn six core practices that can create less stress and more balance in our daily lives.

A SEVEN SESSION WORKSHOP

LED BY ANDREA JOHNSON LICSW
Thursday mornings
9-11 a.m.

(meetings are not consecutive)

$280.

 

The Brookline Community Mental Health Center

41 Garrison Road

Brookline, MA 02445

Washington Square area

For further information, please contact Andrea Johnson, LICSW at 617 734-3443 voice mail box 155 or andreajohnson@brooklinecenter.org.

Andrea Johnson has been a psychotherapist, consultant and supervisor at The Brookline Community Mental Health Center and in private practice for thirty years. Andrea has been trained in Abby Seixas' Deep River group model and appeared in a segment on NBC's "The Today Show" featuring Abby Seixas' work. She also has participated in Harvard Medical School trainings in mind body medicine.