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The Enrichment Project: An Exploration of Grief and Ways of Coping
This small group experience is designed to teach people about the nature of grief, to instruct them in the ways of coping, and to provide resources so they can assist themselves. It is directed at those recently bereaved and those having difficulty reconciling the loss of a loved one. The seminar is educational, interactive and, constructive. It is designed to be either a self-contained experience or a supplement to professional counseling or support group assistance.

Retirement Project
Retirement is a journey; not an event. It is an ever-evolving process that depends upon one's dreams, talents, and life circumstances as well as the needs and life circumstances of significant others. All too often, however, pre-retirees plan only for financial security and fail to address the equally important emotional and life style concerns. This seminar is designed to help pre and early retirees develop "living" retirement plans based on needs, personalities, and retirement goals.

End of Life Seminar for CEUs
The seminar will be conducted by Samuel J. Marwit, Ph.D. Sam is a licensed clinical psychologist, professor emeritus, and Diplomate with the American Board of Professional Psychology. He has devoted a large part of the past 20 years of his clinical and academic career to helping those who are dying and those who are grieving as well as to teaching and researching end-of-life issues. These seminars are designed to provide continueing education credits for professionals.

Weekend Quest
The Weekend Quest Project is a positively-oriented, goal-focused weekend program designed to develop and enhance emotional growth in adolescent boys.

About Collaborative Divorce
Collaborative divorce is a respectful, compassionate approach to divorce where couples agree to openly negotiate with the help of specially trained professionals in order to arrive at settlement terms that they feel are best for themselves and for their children. All parties in the collaborative process are committed to reaching a settlement without going to court.