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Wednesday, September 17 at 6:30 PM at the NYC Seminar and Conference Center, 71 West 23rd St (at 6th Ave)
Syria is the world's most dangerous place to be a civilian. Every day, barrel bombs drop from the sky onto schools, hospitals and homes. Almost half of the country has been forced to flee their homes. The population is squeezed between the savagery of ISIS extremists and the atrocities of the Assad regime. The official death toll has now reached 190,000, and there is no end to the conflict in sight. But there is another side to the conflict -- the emergence of the peacemakers and the heroes: emergency responders, medical professionals, relief organizations and others saving lives with no regard for sect or creed, alongside journalists risking their lives to tell stories. We bring together members of the "White Helmets" -- Syria's voluntary first responders -- with an expert panel to discuss the future of peacemaking in Syria.
Join us for a fun and exciting workshop that provides an opportunity for your child to be the author of his or her life story. Through words and pictures, your child can explore who they are and where they come from. Our clinical staff will be there to guide and support your family as we work together to honor your child's story. Parents and their children ages 6-11 are welcome. All of our events are open to the public. To register, contact us at 646-539-2167 or at email@example.com.
A collaboration with the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD), this panel of resident and community leaders will discuss strategies to support and cultivate resident leadership for a successful disaster response and recovery.
Make your greatest ambition a polished– and published!–reality. Serious writers and creative professionals working in any genre and any form (memoirs, blogs, website copy, article pitch letters, screenplays, novels, one-person shows, poetry cycles, proposals, business plans, etc.) prepare work for professional submission. Each class opens with a mini- lecture on an element of craft, working habits or the marketplace. In three private coaching calls, we develop a personalized curriculum for the class, discussing recommended research/reading, goals for each class, and any other relevant career or lifestyle advice. The workshop is unusual in that it addresses all aspects of producing quality writing—the challenges of craft AND of crafting a writer’s life— with rigor, pragmatism–and humor! Tuesdays, 7-10pm September 30 - December 2, 2014, cost: $1500 Please register for full address.
We will explore the elements of Jungian psychology, including: archetype, collective unconscious, persona, shadow, anima and animus, self, consciousness, symbol, spirit, mother complex, father complex, typology, individuation, and inner marriage. We will also explore Jung’s method of interpreting dreams, myths and fairy tales. Instructor: Maxson McDowell
Some of us struggle with issues -- planning, timing, focusing, sequencing, decision-making -- that others take for granted. Can some of what's missing be acquired through practice? Can habit formation help? Can skill- building do just that? Can reassessing our goals -- and our strengths -- make a difference? Is mindfulness training likely to pay off? Come to the meeting to find out