New Beginnings Support Workshop

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Updated: 9/05/2013 6:28 pm
Your entire life, as you have pursued happiness and success, or dealt with disappointments, you have turned to mentors and counselors for guidance.

Divorce, separation, breakup — the end of a relationship can be one of the most trying
periods you will ever have to endure.

The changes that you will experience can leave you feeling lost and alone, groping for firm emotional footing as the life you know goes through seismic upheavals. This is when you will need a counselor and mentor, an authoritative ally – perhaps more than at any other time in your life.

Dr. James Stillwell is such an ally, a professional with the education, experience, and sense of perception to define and understand your situation and show you the way to manage it.

Dr. Stillwell’s program is not a hand-holding/back- patting session. He provides useful
information: tools he has developed over a long career that you can employ to regain your balance, identify and neutralize the sources of your distress, and navigate your way back to a sense of peace and tranquility.

By applying his tenets, you can take control of your life, your emotions, and your future.


SUPPORT WORKSHOP DETAILS

5 WEEK SERIES + 2 BONUS WEEKS
WORKSHOPS ARE OFFERED TWICE A YEAR:
SPRING AND FALL
(See enclosed registration for current date & location.)
MONDAY EVENINGS 7- 9 pm
(Note: First night registration begins @ 6:30 pm)
Note: A Childrens’ Workshop (age 3 yrs - Grade 5)
is also available simultaneous with adult workshop.
The 5 Week Workshop
Deals with the emotions of a breakup and
the basics of healing.

TOPICS COVERED:

• I Can’t Believe This Is Really Happening
• Negotiating Life With/Without your Former Partner
• Past, Present, and Future Responsibilities
• Coping Skills for Staying in the Present
• Thinking About Forgiveness & New Community
n The 2 Bonus Weeks
Week 1 — New Relationships
Week 2 — Co-Parenting

3 WAYS TO REGISTER:
PHONE: 859.940.3241 | Dr. James Stillwell

EMAIL: fjstillwell@gmail.com

MAIL: New Beginnings
3704 Von Sneidern Court
Lexington, Kentucky 40517
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