From Friday, September 30, 2022 to Monday, October 3, 2022 September 30, 2022 October 3, 2022 The Lodge at Woodloch
Janis Abrahms Spring, Ph.D., ABPP, Psychologist & Author
September 30th - October 3rd
Janis Abrahms Spring, Ph.D., ABPP, is a nationally acclaimed expert on issues of trust, intimacy, and forgiveness. She is author of three award-winning books (How Can I Forgive You? The Courage to Forgive, The Freedom Not To; After the Affair: Healing the Pain and Rebuilding Trust When a Partner Has Been Unfaithful; and Life with Pop: Lessons on Caring for an Aging Parent) which have sold more than ½ million copies. In private practice for 41 years, Dr. Spring is a recipient of the Connecticut Psychological Association’s Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Practice of Psychology and the Connecticut Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Award for Distinguished Family Service. Board Certified in Clinical Psychology, she is a former clinical supervisor in the Department of Psychology at Yale University, and a popular media guest on programs such as NPR and Good Morning America. She lives in Westport, CT, and has four sons and seven grandchildren. www.janisaspring.com
Friday, September 30th
De-Cluttering the Mind
We spend many moments lost in negative thoughts which rob us of the joy of being present and alive. Learn how to shift your preoccupation with relationship injuries and, perhaps, forge new interactions to make the most of your life.
Saturday, October 1st
Forgiveness: Is It Good For Your Health?
We’re taught that forgiveness is good for us. But sometimes forgiveness seems out of reach and simply too generous. Learn a radical, new response which gives you the freedom to heal – with or without forgiving.
Sunday, October 2nd
Rejuvenating Your Self in Relationships
To preserve healthy relationships, it helps to see yourself and the other person fairly. Learn how to understand “the flip-flip factor”: that what attracts us to someone is often related to what may push us away, and how you can’t have one without the other.