Tuesday, December 30, 2008

1/10 & 1/11 - Act 11 Counseling & Synthesis weekend programs

1/10&11 Act 11 Counseling & Synthesis weekend programs

Join us for a new year!!!
Saturday: Find your meaning and purpose in the new year. Keeping a process journal
Find and work with your inner child.

Sunday: Connecting circle & networking nondenominational prayer basket raising funds for cancer, Aids and wounded veterans.

Class: What does Whole Person Mean? with Carolann Lucia, polarity instructor and Psychosynthesist, trainer and counselor.

RSVP for details on fees and times.

Cynthia P Russell PhD 203 3772421

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

holiday gathering Sun Dec 14th with circle, guided imagery & writing, pizza, networking, and a class on " Love & Forgiveness"
( Sat. Dec. 13th, our classes continue with "how to perfect Focusing, a technique for clarity and moving ahead in your life", and self-care.)

All begin at 10:30 a.m. and all offer sliding scale as needed. We continue to raise funds for wounded vets.

PSYCHOSYNTHESIS is a blend of spiritual teachings from all over the world with sound technology. There are hundreds of practitioners in Stratford, CT. We offer coaching, counseling and classes. We also welcome many at our open Sundays once a month. The process involves going inside, contacting our inner intuition and guidance, and moving froward in life from there. Writing and a process journal are integral parts of this work.

Cynthia Russell PhD 202 277-2421 psynnie@aol.com

Friday, December 5, 2008



one-day memoir workshop with Mary Carroll MooreFriday, December 12, 2009
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Hudson Valley Writers' Center, Sleepy Hollow, NY (near Tarrytown)

Whether you are trying to write the story of your life for publication or as a family legacy, this workshop by the author of two memoirs will show you how to organize your stories into a readable, interesting work. You will be introduced to a simple formula that successful authors use to plan, organize, and write a book, and you will learn book-writing techniques such as the value of themes and how action and reflection balance one another in memoir and creative nonfiction. Exercises will help you put your learning into practice immediately.

Fee: $120 Returning Moore students deduct $5To register, call the Hudson Valley Writers Center at 914-332-5953 or email info@writerscenter.org.

Instructor bio: Mary Carroll Moore is the author of two forthcoming books (Qualities of Light, a novel, to be published by Spinsters Ink in 2009, and How to Plan, Write, and Develop a Book, to be published by Riverbed Press in 2009) and eleven other books in three genres. She's a writing coach and teacher, book doctor for major publishing houses, and a former nationally syndicated columnist for the Los Angeles Times.

She's been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, and other media. Over 300 of her columns, articles, essays, short stories, and poetry have appeared in publications worldwide. Her short stories have won awards in national fiction contests with Glimmer Train Press, Santa Fe Writers, and other publications.

“Breathing Room,” a chapter of her second novel, was a finalist in the 2001 Loft Mentor Series Awards and won an honorable mention in the 2005 McKnight Awards for creative prose. She teaches at the Loft Literary Center, Studios at Key West, and Hudson Valley Writers' Center. Her website is www.marycarrollmoore.com.