Living with Intention – 5 Part Sunday Series – Starts June 24

Living with Intention:

Strategic Tools for
Middleagers and Beyond

Sundays, 1:30-3:30pm

This holistic 5 part Sunday Series will guide you on ways to live with intention, reduce unnecessary stress, maintain a healthy brain, provide optimal care for our aging loved ones, and care for ourselves while caring for a loved one.  All are welcome to attend any or all of the sessions.

 Creating the BEST Rest of Your Life* Sunday, June 24
The days just seem to fly by.  It’s not uncommon to find we have lost sight of our goals and intentions in the challenge of ‘just getting through’ day by day.  Through the use of interactive coaching tools and strategies, you will assess your current satisfaction in multiple life zones and chart a course to help you reach your goals and intentions.

Five Fast Fixes to Reduce your Stress* Sunday, July 15
Stress is very important in keeping us engaged, focused and motivated.  However, too little or too much is problematic.  You will learn 5 validated and reliable strategies to help you manage your stress.

Healthy Aging and the Brain* Sunday, August 12
Many people think that as they age, they automatically lose their mental edge.  It doesn’t have to be that way. Learn techniques to improve your memory and stay sharp at any age. Also find out if you are doing the right things to keep your brain healthy.

How to Talk about the Hard Stuff with your Aging Parents* Sunday, September 23 
With advances in modern medicine, Americans are living longer, often with more chronic conditions than in previous generations.  This has created a new life stage for many adult children as they step in and help steer the course for their parents’ ultimate health and well-being.  You will learn strategies that will help make the difficult conversations around health challenges more comfortable and productive.

Taking Care of the Caregiver* – Sunday, October 14 
This session will address the challenges care givers face and how they can affect the caregiver’s quality of life.  To be the best caregiver, we know we have to take care of ourselves. This session focuses on self-care, renewal and reengagement.

Our Facilitator: Sylvia Nissenboim, LCSW, Certified Coach, is a teacher, author and clinical therapist. She counsels and coaches individuals and trains individuals and professionals through her company, Lifework Transitions,LLC. (www.lifeworktransitions.co)   Previously, she operated  Adult Day Service programs in St. Louis,  directed clinical services  for a national Employee Assistance Program and was a management consultant and trainer at Monsanto Company. Her book, The Positive Interactions Program, published in 1988 was the beginning of her training, mentoring and coaching practice.  In addition, she has been involved with numerous, professional, social service and faith-based social justice non-profit boards in St. Louis.

*UMSL School of Social Work will offer 2 Contact Hours for each of these classes for an additional $20/class.  Register & pay for class through Mercy Conference and Retreat Center.  Pay for Hours with cash or check (payable to University of Missouri School of Social Work) the day of class.

Cost per session: $20

Two ways to Register:
1) Click here to print our registration form and pay via check (mail to Mercy Center).
Note: PayPal is simply the vehicle we use to process credit card payments; you do not need a PayPal account. Click on the button “Pay with Debit or Credit Card” below the blue “Log In” button.
If you have questions regarding the online registration process, please contact Sandy Meyer at 314.966.4686 or smeyer@mercycenterstl.org