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Why can’t we get ourselves to do certain things? What if you don't know what you want to do? Join us to learn the answers and how to take steps to move forward immediately. Taking action helps with feelings of being overwhelmed and anxious, so make the first step to feeling better and more productive by signing up today!
Wednesday, June 22 & June 29
11am - noon
Sponsored by the Pound Ridge Library so it's FREE! All are welcome!
Dr. Marlou Newkirk has a doctorate from Columbia University in education, has won numerous CT Press Club awards and has recently had a book published.
Dr. Marlou Newkirk and Laurie Newkirk - a mother and daughter speaking team!
Join award-winning writer Laurie Newkirk as she shares where anxiety comes from, how it differs from depression, explains tools to reduce anxious feelings long term (and in the moment) plus strategies to stop negative thoughts. Come discover self-compassion techniques and activities you can use day-to-day to become happier and more at ease.
The Anxiety and Depression Association estimates 40 million Americans struggle with anxiety (and that was before Covid!) People often feel powerless, but we do possess the power to change our lives.
Come join in this engaging, interactive seminar and feel better!
Date: Wednesday, Oct 13
Sponsored by: Pound Ridge Library, NY - 914-764-5085
Location: Over Zoom
Laurie Newkirk is the co-founder of the award-winning, internationally acclaimed website: Motherrr.com. The site focuses on healing the adult daughter/mother relationship. Newkirk has spent over 10 years studying the dynamics of intimate relationships including one’s relationship with oneself. She has appeared on radio and TV talk shows and is an award-winning writer on the topic of reducing anxiety and self-compassion.