Transitions Workshop tomorrow

To the Wesleyan Class of 2010:

You are about to experience a major change in your life. A natural lifecycle event such as graduation or first job can create anxiety and uncertainty.

In this Transitions Workshop you will:

— Learn about the three stages of all life transitions,

— Track your unique psychological pattern that emerges during stressful times,

— Learn concrete tools to help you navigate the challenges of graduation and life after Wesleyan.

Come and participate in an experiential workshop of lecture, personal writing (for your eyes only), and discussion.

Charlotte Wolovsky, LCSW, P’10, is a psychoanalyst and couples therapist who has been in private practice in New York City since 1976. She is president of the New York chapter of Imago Relationship Therapists (NYAIRT) and was director of Continuing Education for the Center for Spirituality and Psychotherapy from 1998 to 2005.

Sponsored by the Wesleyan Career Resource Center

What: Transitions Workshop

When:  1:00 pm – 2:30 pm, Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Where: Allbritton, Room 103

Transitions Workshop

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm, Tuesday, May 18, 2010

at

Allbritton, Room 103

To the Wesleyan Class of 2010:

You are about to experience a major change in your life. A natural lifecycle event such as graduation or first job can create anxiety and uncertainty.

In this Transitions Workshop you will:

— Learn about the three stages of all life transitions,

— Track your unique psychological pattern that emerges during stressful times,

— Learn concrete tools to help you navigate the challenges of graduation and life after Wesleyan.

Come and participate in an experiential workshop of lecture, personal writing (for your eyes only), and discussion.

Charlotte Wolovsky, LCSW, P’10, is a psychoanalyst and couples therapist who has been in private practice in New York City since 1976. She is president of the New York chapter of Imago Relationship Therapists (NYAIRT) and was director of Continuing Education for the Center for Spirituality and Psychotherapy from 1998 to 2005.

Sponsored by the Wesleyan Career Resource Center