Life transitions are many even in good times and the past few years they’ve been in abundance! The Pandemic confronted us with trauma generated from events out of our control. As we’ve coped with societal and other multiple changes, our emotions may have been more foreign and unpredictable than ever.
Even positive events that we celebrate typically bring a few new absences in our lives, removing some of our long-held hopes in their wake. How do we ride the waves of change when coping with loss? It lies in finding the brilliance of resilience and a commitment to generating new hopes when previous ones may no longer be available.
TTN MSP member Susan Zimmerman will share her “Four Habits of HOPE,” which are now in a bestselling book. She will share several ways to honor our experiences that light the way to encouragement and renewed well-being. Join us to see how Susan makes your brain hang on to therapeutic tips using visual cues, word views, and rhyming clues.
Susan Zimmerman, LMFT, CCTP, ChFC, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, certified clinical trauma professional, and chartered financial consultant who’s been helping people navigate life transitions for more than 35 years. She’s the author of six books and contributing author of four others, including a bestseller in 2021. Her Rays of Hope book was endorsed by Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul books. Susan specializes in sharing memorable ways to generate new hope during challenging changes. Her popular program, The Four Habits of HOPE, brings new and creative ways to find resilience and grow through life’s transitions.
NOTE: Time of event is 6:30-8:00 Central Time