The Center for Hope and Healing (CHH) offers seminars and short courses of interest to the community starting in April. For details, read March Newsletter, pages 7 and 8. There is still time to register. Don’t miss these great opportunities!
Savvy Seniors, a Lunch and Learn Opportunity
Thursdays, April 7-May 26, 2016 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Melissa Huemmer, LCSW and counselor at CHH, will guide participants through discussions on topics pertinent to dealing with aging. This is designed to be a fun and helpful experience where people can express themselves and seek information and support in a compassionate environment. Topics will be adjusted to suit the needs of the group, but past sessions have included discussions about Maintaining Social Connections, Having Fun, Dealing with Physical and/or Memory Changes, Adjusting to Transitions in Living Situations and Dealing with Fears and Anxieties. Cost is $20 per session (bring a lunch, we provide drinks) and we must have at least six participants to proceed with the group; you do not have to be associated with St. Paul’s to attend – bring a friend!! Please contact Melissa Huemmer at Melissa.firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 919-414-0668 to register, or to learn more specifics about the group.
How to Organize Your Personal Finances to Avoid Stress
Monday, April 11, 2016, 7:00 PM at CHH
It is not surprising that the American Psychological Association identified money as a somewhat or very significant source of stress for the majority of Americans in 2015. We have asked St. Paul’s parishioner Bill Gautier, a Financial Advisor with Davenport & Company, to give us a few pointers on how to tackle some of that stress by getting organized and putting a plan into action. This course is offered free of charge and will be limited to 25 participants. Please contact Mary Kintz at email@example.com to register or ask for more information.
Study Skills for High School and College Exams
Thursday, April 14, 2016, 7:00-8:00 PM at CHH
This workshop will help students identify the tools needed to create a successful study plan for exams. Lori Ghosal, Ed. D, an Academic Coach at NC State Student Services, has 8+ years of experience in academic affairs, creating academic success strategies and career plans for students. We will examine how students learn best and provide strategies that complement learning styles to increase comprehension, critical thinking and analysis skills to improve test performance! Please contact Lori Ghosal at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up, or check out her website at www.innerquestcoaching.biz.