Andrea Brandt, Ph.D., M.F.T., will be leading a workshop, Ageless Minds: New Ways to Embrace Your Future, on December 8-9, 2012 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Westwood Public Library in Los Angeles, California. The two-day workshop is focused on transforming people’s perspective on growing older and will consist of interactive exercises that tackle how individuals think, believe and feel about aging.
Joining Dr. Brandt are Lee Brubaker, Ph.D., who specializes in advanced short-term therapies, and Caren Kaye, Ph.D., whose practice focuses on the connection between mind, body and spirit.
Ageless Minds is designed to help participants develop the tools necessary to reclaim their inner selves through a combination of discussions, group interactions and experiential exercises. Participants will learn to leverage these tools to gain a deeper understanding of self through topical breakout sessions that include Sex & Virility, Grief & Loss and Redefining Yourself.
Dr. Brandt is a licensed Los Angeles-based psychotherapist specializing in emotional healing with individuals, couples, groups and families for more than 35 years. Her upcoming books, 8 Keys to Eliminating Passive-Aggressiveness and Mindful Anger: Unlocking the Lessons of a Key Emotion, written with Brookes Nohlgren, will be published by W.W. Norton in 2013.
To register and for additional information, please visit www.abrandtherapy.com. The cost of the two-day workshop is $350 and includes the workshop fee and workbook.
Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 9:30am
Sun, Dec 9, 2012 at 9:30am - 5:30pm
|Organization:||Westwood Public Library|
|Venue:||Westwood Public Library|
1246 Glendon Ave
West Los Angeles, CA 90024
|Flag This:||Click to report an error,|
problem or spam
Imagine what a movie showcasing an ordinary, lukewarm existence might look like. One without mobs or crooked cops and the only color in the characters’ lives is the blue on their collar. REMOVE
Shmuel Tikvah, a young Nigerian, heard time and time again about the Igbo people, who claim descent from ancient Israelites. Research at an Internet cafe leads him on a quest to find this Nigerian Jewish community, which keeps kosher, lights Shabbat candles and prays in Hebrew.