The holiday season can be so hectic that even when the dust settles, it is hard to make the time to reflect on the past year and what we want most to accomplish in the new year. Jen Harry returns to lead “Self-Reflection for the New Year,” Thursday, February 1, 2024, 3 pm – 5 pm, the perfect opportunity to create that time for yourself.
Drawn from the eastern philosophy of Japanese Psychology, in this workshop Jen will guide us through a series of structured written reflections of the past year, that allow us to take time to become more aware of life’s blessings & the support we receive. She will also help us look back over our accomplishments over the past year and then identify goals for the coming year, including what we might need to do differently to live more intentionally in 2024. We will end with a clear action plan and some proven tips and practices to help you stay on track. All materials will be provided, you need only bring yourself although you are welcome to bring a journal or notebook to write in if you prefer. Let’s make 2024 our best year yet!
Jen Harry is a Mindfulness & Meditation Teacher committed to helping people learn to manage stress and live more mindfully. She received a B.A. in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University and has worked in the mental health field for over 15 years. Additionally, she is certified in both the Methods of Japanese Psychology and in Positive Psychology, and recently obtained certification as a resiliency trainer. Jen currently leads a monthly session at the Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center called Tools for Well Being. Also look for Jen leading Acadia Mindfulness Adventures on the hiking trails of Mount Desert Island.
This free class is open to all.
For more information call the Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center at 664-0339 or email: [email protected].