From Friday, August 4, 2023 to Saturday, August 5, 2023 August 4, 2023 August 5, 2023 The Lodge at Woodloch
Dr. Peggy DeLong
August 4th - 5th
Dr. Peggy DeLong is a psychologist, known as The Gratitude Psychologist. She teaches people how to harness the power of gratitude and joy to live their best lives, especially through difficult times. She does this through psychotherapy, her on-line monthly membership Feeling Good with Dr. Peggy, on-line courses, speaking engagements, books, and bracelets. Peggy is the author of I Can See Clearly Now: A Memoir about Love, Grief, and Gratitude, The Gratitude Journal: A 365 Day Gratitude Journey, and Feeling Good: 35 Proven Ways to Happiness, Even During Tough Times. She is also the owner of LOVE in a Bracelet, where she designs bracelets for coping with grief and loss, mental health, and inspiration. Peggy coordinated a weekly women’s walking group for 7 years, and she hosts women’s hiking events for spiritual growth and personal development. When she’s not focused on her businesses, you’ll find Peggy with her husband and three children in the mountains, downhill or telemark skiing, kayaking, hiking, or mountain biking.
Friday, August 4th
Five Daily Exercises in Gratitude in Less Than Five Minutes a Day
This presentation covers simple, doable, powerful daily exercises in gratitude that take less than five minutes a day. These exercises will guide you from your first waking moments, to when your head hits the pillow at the end of the day. It is not happiness that brings us gratitude. It is gratitude that leads to happiness. Practicing gratitude is one of the simplest, most powerful ways to live a more joyful fulfilling life, regardless of what is going on in your life or the world.
Saturday, August 5th
Creating Joy in Every Day Living to Live Your Best Life
Using simple, doable techniques, Dr. Peggy DeLong shows you how to cultivate joy, even on a difficult day. These proven ways to happiness require little time or energy – and little to no money! When you’re feeling down or lack motivation, you’ll now know what to do to feel good again. As a psychologist with twenty years of experience helping people with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and loss, Dr. DeLong provides relevant and timely psychological research that demonstrates the proven effectiveness of each technique for feeling good.