Unleash your Inner Life Coach: 7 Steps to Connecting
with your Best Self. Sunday,
May 19, 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m., Gloucester Room,
Popular culture and the media suggest that we can be
our “best selves” in midlife. But what if we have
no idea who we are anymore, let alone who we
want to be?
you identify and express your unique strengths
and know how they set you apart from others?
Do you have a
passion for a cause, activity, vocation or
avocation and is that passion incorporated in
your daily life?
Come explore these questions about your shifting
roles and identity and your evolving sense of self
in this fun and lighthearted workshop. Using
coaching techniques, you’ll discover the authentic
“new you” and learn to design relationship, work and
life changes that fit like a glove!
Nancy Clifford, M.A.,
Life-Fit Coach at the Middleton Center helps her
clients connect deeply with their inner strengths
and passions and summon the courage for change to
boldly embrace what’s next in their lives.
Margie Cherry, M.A.,
Assistant Director of Alumni Career Services at
Lafayette College works with individuals and groups
as a life coach, bringing a humorous and upbeat
approach to the self-discovery process.
Registration is recommended, but not
necessary. For more information, please contact
Joyce Krajian at
email@example.com or 610-525-0766.
Parenting on the
Main Line (ongoing parenting series): Learn
Still Waters— An Exploration of Loss and Grief
The second Saturday
of each month, 10:00–11:30 a.m.
Psychodrama: Self Discovery though Therapeutic
Thursdays, 6:00–7:30 p.m. at The Middleton
Center. Registration required. Learn more.
Counseling Group offers a professional and
supportive environment in which to have your
questions answered. Led by John Grandbois, it takes
place every Tuesday evening form 7:00-9:00 p.m. in
the Ministries Center. No cost.
Labyrinth: Walking the
the First Tuesday of every month, November-May.