WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder – Traumatic Support Group For Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process With Diane Anderson

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Jane Dates Well

 

Ready to date? This support group is designed to offer encouragement and emotional support to JDW members who are either currently dating or preparing to date. We will share our dating “delights”, “disasters” and “dilemmas” along with our collective wisdom about how to best navigate the emotional ups and downs of post-divorce dating. We will also discuss chapters from the book, How Not to Die Alone: The Surprising Science That Will Help You Find Love, by Logan Ury.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

Ask The Expert With Hindell Grossman

Hindell Straus Grossman:  Hindell has successfully negotiated, litigated and arbitrated hundreds of cases on behalf of her clients. Several of her successes have been published in Massachusetts Lawyer’s Weekly and she has been featured in the Needham Tab, Boston Business Journal and the Boston Globe. Hindell began her legal career at a small Boston firm and then started her own Boston firm four years later. She moved Grossman & Associates to Newton in 1999, and maintains offices on Nantucket and in Hingham.

Hindell has been active in both the business and Jewish communities. She participated in the first international collaboration between the Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Montreal Board of Trade.

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4471234

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/asktheexpert-donation/

WOW #2 – Post Traumatic Support Group For Members Who Are Divorced

 

 

This support group is for women who have completed their divorces and are transitioning to new lives as single women. Although it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualified as traumatic, traumatic divorces typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affair or Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality. The group will also discuss chapters from the newly released book, Light on the Other Side of Divorce: Discovering the New You, by Dr. Elizabeth Cohen. 

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE: https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4397764

JDW Awareness Committee

Join women who support and advocate for each other when confronting discrimination during the divorce process and beyond. We are a fabulous, engaged group of interesting and confident women set on making a difference for women everywhere. For the next couple of months we are focused on advocating for increased Child Support because the 2021 MA Child Support Guidelines are CURRENTLY in review. See the Brief on our About Us page and more information on our Press page on our website. Join us so we can make a difference in the lives of Massachusetts Mothers and Children. We could use your help in spreading the word

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4094179

WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder – Traumatic Support Group For Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process With Diane Anderson

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Ask The Expert With Kelly Sidgewick

 

 

Kelly Sidgewick: Attorney Kelly L. Sidgwick is an experienced litigator, negotiator and mediator, representing individuals in all areas of family law, including divorce, complex property division, business valuations, child custody, child support, and alimony, as well as post-divorce matters such as modifications and contempt actions.  Attorney Sidgwick also offers case consultations and evaluations. Having practiced family law exclusively throughout her legal career, Attorney Sidgwick recognizes that this area of law is unlike any other in that no two cases are the same as no two individuals or families are the same.  She is committed to understanding each client’s particular needs and goals, which enables her to formulate creative and effective strategies to expertly and efficiently achieve those goals for her clients.

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4471234

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/asktheexpert-donation/

WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder – Traumatic Support Group For Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process With Diane Anderson

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

Looking for calm in the storm? Seeking a sense of inner peace in the midst of divorce turmoil? Join us for evening gatherings in which we will share our divorce-related challenges and then explore a special type of meditation practice called RAIN.  RAIN helps one deal with divorce-related life challenges by accessing one's own inner resources. We will use the RAIN practice to access our own inner wisdom, strength and compassion. This group will also read and discuss chapters from the book, Radical Compassion: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of RAIN, by Tara Brach.

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends. www.janedoeswell.org/donate/   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4487679

WOW #2 – Post Traumatic Support Group For Members Who Are Divorced

 

 

This support group is for women who have completed their divorces and are transitioning to new lives as single women. Although it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualified as traumatic, traumatic divorces typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affair or Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality. The group will also discuss chapters from the newly released book, Light on the Other Side of Divorce: Discovering the New You, by Dr. Elizabeth Cohen. 

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE: https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4397764

JDW Awareness Committee

Join women who support and advocate for each other when confronting discrimination during the divorce process and beyond. We are a fabulous, engaged group of interesting and confident women set on making a difference for women everywhere. For the next couple of months we are focused on advocating for increased Child Support because the 2021 MA Child Support Guidelines are CURRENTLY in review. See the Brief on our About Us page and more information on our Press page on our website. Join us so we can make a difference in the lives of Massachusetts Mothers and Children. We could use your help in spreading the word

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4094179

WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder – Traumatic Support Group For Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process With Diane Anderson

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Jane Dates Well

 

Ready to date? This support group is designed to offer encouragement and emotional support to JDW members who are either currently dating or preparing to date. We will share our dating “delights”, “disasters” and “dilemmas” along with our collective wisdom about how to best navigate the emotional ups and downs of post-divorce dating. We will also discuss chapters from the book, How Not to Die Alone: The Surprising Science That Will Help You Find Love, by Logan Ury.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder – Traumatic Support Group For Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process With Diane Anderson

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

Looking for calm in the storm? Seeking a sense of inner peace in the midst of divorce turmoil? Join us for evening gatherings in which we will share our divorce-related challenges and then explore a special type of meditation practice called RAIN.  RAIN helps one deal with divorce-related life challenges by accessing one's own inner resources. We will use the RAIN practice to access our own inner wisdom, strength and compassion. This group will also read and discuss chapters from the book, Radical Compassion: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of RAIN, by Tara Brach.

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends. www.janedoeswell.org/donate/   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4487679

WOW #2 – Post Traumatic Support Group For Members Who Are Divorced

 

 

This support group is for women who have completed their divorces and are transitioning to new lives as single women. Although it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualified as traumatic, traumatic divorces typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affair or Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality. The group will also discuss chapters from the newly released book, Light on the Other Side of Divorce: Discovering the New You, by Dr. Elizabeth Cohen. 

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE: https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4397764

JDW Awareness Committee

Join women who support and advocate for each other when confronting discrimination during the divorce process and beyond. We are a fabulous, engaged group of interesting and confident women set on making a difference for women everywhere. For the next couple of months we are focused on advocating for increased Child Support because the 2021 MA Child Support Guidelines are CURRENTLY in review. See the Brief on our About Us page and more information on our Press page on our website. Join us so we can make a difference in the lives of Massachusetts Mothers and Children. We could use your help in spreading the word

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4094179

WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder – Traumatic Support Group For Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process With Diane Anderson

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Jane Dates Well

 

Ready to date? This support group is designed to offer encouragement and emotional support to JDW members who are either currently dating or preparing to date. We will share our dating “delights”, “disasters” and “dilemmas” along with our collective wisdom about how to best navigate the emotional ups and downs of post-divorce dating. We will also discuss chapters from the book, How Not to Die Alone: The Surprising Science That Will Help You Find Love, by Logan Ury.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder – Traumatic Support Group For Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process With Diane Anderson

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

Looking for calm in the storm? Seeking a sense of inner peace in the midst of divorce turmoil? Join us for evening gatherings in which we will share our divorce-related challenges and then explore a special type of meditation practice called RAIN.  RAIN helps one deal with divorce-related life challenges by accessing one's own inner resources. We will use the RAIN practice to access our own inner wisdom, strength and compassion. This group will also read and discuss chapters from the book, Radical Compassion: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of RAIN, by Tara Brach.

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends. www.janedoeswell.org/donate/   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4487679

JDW Awareness Committee

Join women who support and advocate for each other when confronting discrimination during the divorce process and beyond. We are a fabulous, engaged group of interesting and confident women set on making a difference for women everywhere. For the next couple of months we are focused on advocating for increased Child Support because the 2021 MA Child Support Guidelines are CURRENTLY in review. See the Brief on our About Us page and more information on our Press page on our website. Join us so we can make a difference in the lives of Massachusetts Mothers and Children. We could use your help in spreading the word

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4094179

Jane Dates Well

 

Ready to date? This support group is designed to offer encouragement and emotional support to JDW members who are either currently dating or preparing to date. We will share our dating “delights”, “disasters” and “dilemmas” along with our collective wisdom about how to best navigate the emotional ups and downs of post-divorce dating. We will also discuss chapters from the book, How Not to Die Alone: The Surprising Science That Will Help You Find Love, by Logan Ury.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

WOW #2 – Post Traumatic Support Group For Members Who Are Divorced

 

 

This support group is for women who have completed their divorces and are transitioning to new lives as single women. Although it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualified as traumatic, traumatic divorces typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affair or Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality. The group will also discuss chapters from the newly released book, Light on the Other Side of Divorce: Discovering the New You, by Dr. Elizabeth Cohen. 

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE: https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4397764

WOW #1 – Women Of Wonder Traumatic Support Group for Members Currently Going Through The Divorce Process

 

 

This support group is for women who are in the midst of traumatic divorces. Although, it is up to the individual to discern if her divorce qualifies as traumatic, divorces of a traumatic nature typically include one or more of the 4 A’s - Abuse (physical, emotional or financial), Addiction, Affairs, Abandonment. Members will meet weekly to share their experiences in a safe space that offers validation, compassion and confidentiality.  The group will also be doing exercises in the book Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are, by Megan Logan, MSW, LCSW

*Although this group offers emotional support, it is not meant to take the place of therapy.

 Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/event-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4396094

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

Looking for calm in the storm? Seeking a sense of inner peace in the midst of divorce turmoil? Join us for evening gatherings in which we will share our divorce-related challenges and then explore a special type of meditation practice called RAIN.  RAIN helps one deal with divorce-related life challenges by accessing one's own inner resources. We will use the RAIN practice to access our own inner wisdom, strength and compassion. This group will also read and discuss chapters from the book, Radical Compassion: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of RAIN, by Tara Brach.

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends. www.janedoeswell.org/donate/   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4487679

WOW Holiday Support For Traumatic Divorce Support During The Holidays

This group meets once before Thanksgiving and once between Hanukkah and Christmas to offer support and encouragement to those dealing with the particular divorce challenges that present themselves during the holidays.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

 

 We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.   We are very grateful to you.

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

 

Jane Meditates: Discussion and Meditation to Soothe the Soul

 

Looking for calm in the storm? Seeking a sense of inner peace in the midst of divorce turmoil? Join us for evening gatherings in which we will share our divorce-related challenges and then explore a special type of meditation practice called RAIN.  RAIN helps one deal with divorce-related life challenges by accessing one's own inner resources. We will use the RAIN practice to access our own inner wisdom, strength and compassion. This group will also read and discuss chapters from the book, Radical Compassion: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of RAIN, by Tara Brach.

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends. www.janedoeswell.org/donate/   We are very grateful to you.

TO REGISTER AND DONATE:https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4487679

JDW Awareness Committee

Join women who support and advocate for each other when confronting discrimination during the divorce process and beyond. We are a fabulous, engaged group of interesting and confident women set on making a difference for women everywhere. For the next couple of months we are focused on advocating for increased Child Support because the 2021 MA Child Support Guidelines are CURRENTLY in review. See the Brief on our About Us page and more information on our Press page on our website. Join us so we can make a difference in the lives of Massachusetts Mothers and Children. We could use your help in spreading the word

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4094179

JDW Awareness Committee

Join women who support and advocate for each other when confronting discrimination during the divorce process and beyond. We are a fabulous, engaged group of interesting and confident women set on making a difference for women everywhere. For the next couple of months we are focused on advocating for increased Child Support because the 2021 MA Child Support Guidelines are CURRENTLY in review. See the Brief on our About Us page and more information on our Press page on our website. Join us so we can make a difference in the lives of Massachusetts Mothers and Children. We could use your help in spreading the word

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4094179

WOW Holiday Support For Traumatic Divorce Support During The Holidays

This group meets once before Thanksgiving and once between Hanukkah and Christmas to offer support and encouragement to those dealing with the particular divorce challenges that present themselves during the holidays.

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor, having earned her MDiv. degree at Andover Newton Theological School and is also certified in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and Positive Psychology from The Kripalu Center on Lenox, MA.  Diane is currently working towards her certification in Mindfulness Meditation. Diane went through a traumatic divorce herself in 2014 and has developed an interest in all subjects related to post-traumatic growth and healing.  

We are a 501c3 non-profit and rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We are very grateful to you.

 To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4471263