Personal Growth & Financial Security
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Your Self Image is Key to Your Happiness & Success
The significance of self-image psychology is the key to your personality, behavior, attitude and thought processing. Change your self-image and you’ll discover your true self. This class helps you find out the explanations of why we do the things we do on a daily basis.
Instructor: Paul Tiberian
> Mondays; 10:15 am
October 20, 27
Men, Let’s Talk
Men, our work is winding down, or changing, and our children have moved on. Our thoughts now center on the options associated with growing older. We think more about our health, our relationships, and our resources. All of a sudden, our world looks different. This men’s discussion group is a time to talk, to listen, and to share stories and experiences in a safe, no obligation environment. It’s a time to dig a little deeper into who we are, and what we have in common. It’s a time to learn and continue to grow as we look at the years ahead.
Instructor: Ron Browne
> Tuesdays; 10:15 am
October 14, 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18, 25, December 2, 9, 16
Taking Back Your Life: Anxiety & Depression Management
Anxiety (worry and physical discomfort) and depression (hopelessness and loss of motivation) are two of the most commonly discussed mental health issues in America. Education alone can alter the function of fear and sadness in one’s life. Learn how anxiety and depression work physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually in the human’s body. Gain tools on how to manage the discomfort and get back to living your life to its fullest.
Instructor: Jessica Jeans
> Mondays; 2:00 pm
October 20, 27 November 3, 10
Let’s Talk: What’s Important to You?
We are all concerned ’thinkers’. But are we open to the ideas of others? Are you a good listener? Can you understand another point of view? This is a give and take program where the class discussions include the sharing of ideas, thoughts and perceptions. Your input is valued.
Instructor: George Feirstein
> Thursdays; 12:30 pm
October 23, 30, November 6, 13, 20, December 4, 11, 18
Ask the Attorney
In this informative presentation, Attorney Elissa Vessal describes the day to day functions, tasks and challenges in the life of an attorney. Then after the initial discussion, the audience gets the opportunity to ask questions and discover the facts of many misconceptions and dynamics of the legal world.
Instructor: Elissa Vessal
> Thursday; 2:00 pm
Age in Place, Healthy, Wealthy and Wise
Today’s financial landscape for seniors is filled with lots of uncertainty. Adding to the uncertainty is the multitude of health issues that may affect your financial and personal planning. The main concern for seniors has become the ability to remain in their home. How do you manage to stay in your home, pay your bills, maintain your health and do it independently? Join this frank discussion on home health care, and the financial options to help you age in place, healthy, wealthy & wise.
Instructor: Carol Fischetti & Marina Ramirez
> Wednesday; 2:00 pm
Why Am I Here?
Have you ever wondered why you are here on earth? What is your purpose? Through video and discussions, we will explore these questions and how to make our time meaningful and joyful.
Instructor: Dorothy Herman
> Monday; 12:30 pm
Older, Wiser, Sexually Smarter
The course explores the topics of intimacy, sexuality and sexual health in an educational interactive and fun manner and welcomes couples as well as individuals. Sexuality can be enriched over time, based on positive communication, attitudes and teamwork. Using a sex positive approach and easy-to-apply techniques, this class will cover all aspects of sexuality including physical, emotional and social changes. There are gifts and there are challenges of sexuality and intimacy in mid and later life. Through enhancing sexual energy, touch, relaxation and playfulness, it is possible that certain aspects of physical loss may actually inspire emotional enjoyment, exploration and rediscovery.
Instructor: Judiann Simon
> Tuesdays; 2:00 pm
December 2, 9
How to Prevent Financial Disaster When Purchasing a New Car
The negotiation of a new car involves three specific activities. The evaluation of a realistic purchase price for the vehicle of your selection is the first activity. The second is the valuation of your trade-in vehicle. The final phase is in the finance manager’s office where a separate negotiation is introduced involving the sale of a variety of additional and outrageously priced extras, and financing options. The unprepared individual has the opportunity to be financially taken ’for a ride’ in all three situations. It is the purpose of this lecture to arm you with an approach that makes you aware of the process and how to prepare prior to entering into the negotiation of and signing the contract.
Instructor: Gerald Levine
> Thursdays; 2:00 pm
December 4, 11
Strategies to Avoid Probate
There are many misconceptions about probates and trusts. This class will provide valuable information that will allow you to select an effective course of action for each individual.
Instructor: Elissa Vessal
> Thursday; 2:00 pm