Jane Dates Well – Winter Session 2022

 

 

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 up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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 DONATE AND REGISTER:  https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576210

Vision Boards 2022 With Sue Kisiday

Would you like to be intentional about welcoming in the New Year by setting personal goals that will help you have the best 2022 possible? Would you like some support and encouragement from your Jane Does Well sisters as you think about your hopes and dreams for the coming year? Join us as we explore ways to establish New Year goals that are both empowering and manageable. Each of us will then create our own vision board incorporating these goals. We will use our boards for inspiration throughout the year. Let’s help each other get 2022 off to the best start possible!

This workshop will meet on January 6th from 7:00-9:00 pm

Preparing for the Workshop:

We encourage you to begin gathering supplies for your vision board now. If this is your first one, a quick web search will give you plenty of ideas for what you might want. While every vision board is unique, they all include a combination of words and images that will represent your goals and intentions. Here are some suggested vision board supplies:

· A poster board or large piece of sturdy paper. This will serve as your base for the board itself.

· Glue and/or tape

· Scissors

· Markers, pens, highlighters, paint—whatever you love to write and draw with.

· Rulers and stencils for those of you who love a straight line.

· Magazines you can cut up. These are great for finding words and images!

· Images and quotes from the internet you may want to print off.

 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4625387

Women Of Wonder #2 – Traumatic Post-Divorce Support Group

 

 

Women Of Wonder (WOW) #2 - Traumatic Post- Divorce Support Group

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

 

 

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

To register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576409

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

 

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576260

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

 

 

 

 

Ask The Expert With Beth Herr

"Beth S. Herr has been an attorney zealously advocating for her clients for 36 years. Cost-effective and efficient; successful outcomes for her clients come from knowing how to approach each client’s individual cases.  Her years of experience as an attorney combined with her Master’s in Counseling Psychology and her work with families prior to becoming an attorney makes her uniquely qualified to successfully represent her clients’ interests."

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/

 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4627202

Pup Walks With Diane

You and your dog are invited to join Diane Anderson and her dog, Callie, for a walk  in Wellesley. We will meet at Diane's house  and go for a brisk hour-long walk on a beautiful trail through the woods to the pond. We ask that all dogs who attend be comfortable with other dogs and stay on leash. You do not need to have a dog to join us! 

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4643642

Jane Dates Well – Winter Session 2022

 

 

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 up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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 DONATE AND REGISTER:  https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576210

Ask The Experts With Anne Gillespie

"Anne E Gillespie works with families to find solutions to their most difficult challenges. Her work with families includes the challenges that come with divorce, asset division, custody and paternity cases. The emotional, practical and financial aspects of these issues are often intertwined and require a seasoned approach to achieve a balanced outcome. Anne has advocated for more than 25 years for families impacted by domestic violence and child abuse, and has developed a cross-disciplinary, trauma-informed approach to helping survivors and their families. In addition to the critical issues regarding your and your children’s safety, abuse and control often impact your financial autonomy and security. Anne considers safety and stability at each step of the way in her representation and will collaborate with you in an effort to support your sense of agency and empowerment. Your safety, dignity, privacy and financial stability are lawyer Anne’s priorities in working on behalf of survivors of domestic violence and intimate partner abuse."

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4644787

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/

Women Of Wonder #2 – Traumatic Post-Divorce Support Group

 

 

Women Of Wonder (WOW) #2 - Traumatic Post- Divorce Support Group

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

 

 

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

To register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576409

Reading And Rose

 

 

 

 

The People We Keep is about a young songwriter longing to find a home in the world.

Little River, New York, 1994: April Sawicki is living in a motorless motorhome that her father won in a poker game. Failing out of school, picking up shifts at Margo’s diner, she’s left fending for herself in a town where she’s never quite felt at home. When she “borrows” her neighbor’s car to perform at an open mic night, she realizes her life could be much bigger than where she came from. After a fight with her dad, April packs her stuff and leaves for good, setting off on a journey to find a life that’s all hers.

As April moves through the world, meeting people who feel like home, she chronicles her life in the songs she writes and discovers that where she came from doesn’t dictate who she has to be.

This lyrical, unflinching tale is for anyone who has ever yearned for the fierce power of found family or to grasp the profound beauty of choosing to belong.

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4573827

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

 

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576260

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

 

 

 

 

Yoga With Ann Lynch Recording

There is no class on January 27th but please see this note from Ann:

 

This week I will be in training all day on Thursday and Friday.  I will miss our practice together but below you will find a recorded class for you to enjoy instead.  Feel free to download upon receipt for future use and so not to forget. Feel free to hit reply and let me know how this class went for you.
 
Soften To Open:
 
Passcode:
Soften1!

Women Of Courage

We are delighted to introduce you to Tina Swithin,
bestselling author and creator of the internationally
recognized blog, “One Mom’s Battle.” Tina acted as her
own attorney in a high-conflict, traumatic divorce and
grueling custody battle that disrupted her family for years.
After seeing the flaws in the courtroom first-hand, Tina
became an advocate for women dealing with abusive
relationships and divorce. Tina works tirelessly to raise
awareness of the discrimination plaguing the Family Court
System and to educate the public on post-separation
abuse and Narcissistic Personality Disorder. As a survivor,
not a victim, she turned her life around from living a
nightmare to happiness and fulfillment. Tina has authored
five incredible books, titled Divorcing a Narcissist: One
Mom’s Battle, Divorcing a Narcissist: Advice from the
Battlefield, Divorcing a Narcissist: Rebuilding After the Storm,
The Narc Decoder: Understanding the Language of the
Narcissist, and her first children’s book, Lemonade Life:
Managing Life’s Lemons.

 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4601970

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

 We are very grateful to you.

 

 

 

Jane Dates Well – Winter Session 2022

 

 

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 up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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 DONATE AND REGISTER:  https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576210

Self Discovery Workshop

 

Finding The New You As A Single Woman

Divorce can be a time of challenge and grief and it can also be a time of self-discovery.  This workshop will use several self-discovery tools (The Enneagram test, The Strengths Finder quiz, 36 Questions App and The Five Love Languages) to encourage a journey of growth and flourishing.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576524

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

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

Pup Walks With Diane

You and your dog are invited to join Diane Anderson and her dog, Callie, for a walk  in Wellesley. We will meet at Diane's house  and go for a brisk hour-long walk on a beautiful trail through the woods to the pond. We ask that all dogs who attend be comfortable with other dogs and stay on leash. You do not need to have a dog to join us! 

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4643642

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

 

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576260

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

 

 

 

 

Ask The Expert With William (Bill) Mayer

"Mr. Mayer’s practice focuses on the representation of parties in divorce including the trial of cases involving asset division, alimony, child support, custody and removal matters. He also handles matters involving same sex marriages, paternity cases and issues arising out of cohabitation and appeals.Mr. Mayer has been engaged in this practice of law since 1977 and has concentrated in this area of family law since 1984. He has earned the designation of Super Lawyer since 2008 by Boston Magazine in the area of Family Law. He is regularly appointed by the Justices of the Probate and Family Court as a Guardian ad Litem, Discovery Master, Parent Coordinator and Commissioner for the Partition of Real Estate."

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4644795

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/

Self Discovery Workshop

 

Finding The New You As A Single Woman

Divorce can be a time of challenge and grief and it can also be a time of self-discovery.  This workshop will use several self-discovery tools (The Enneagram test, The Strengths Finder quiz, 36 Questions App and The Five Love Languages) to encourage a journey of growth and flourishing.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576524

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

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

Women Of Wonder #2 – Traumatic Post-Divorce Support Group

 

 

Women Of Wonder (WOW) #2 - Traumatic Post- Divorce Support Group

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

 

 

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

To register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576409

Jane Dates Well – Winter Session 2022

 

 

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 up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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 DONATE AND REGISTER:  https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576210

Ask The Expert With Jennifer Hatch

 

Jennifer Hatch has litigated cases in various Massachusetts courts for over 16 years.  Her experience has been primarily in providing trauma-informed legal representation in family law cases involving abuse, addiction and mental health challenges.  Hatch understands that sometimes litigation cannot be avoided.  When it cannot be avoided, she zealously advocates for her client. Whether you decide to take the mediation path, collaborative path or litigation path to resolve your family's legal challenges, Hatch is prepared to help you every step of the way.

 

 

 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4702092

Pup Walks With Diane

You and your dog are invited to join Diane Anderson and her dog, Callie, for a walk  in Wellesley. We will meet at Diane's house  and go for a brisk hour-long walk on a beautiful trail through the woods to the pond. We ask that all dogs who attend be comfortable with other dogs and stay on leash. You do not need to have a dog to join us! 

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4643642

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

 

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576260

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

 

 

 

 

Ask The Expert With Deborah Katz

"Attorney Katz’s practice focuses on litigating civil matters in the Massachusetts State Courts and provides exceptional legal services in various counties throughout the Commonwealth.  She has successfully tried and handled cases in the Probate and Family Court and Superior Court.  She has also argued appellate matters before the Massachusetts Appellate Division of the District Court. Attorney Katz’s Family Law practice focuses on all aspects of Divorce and Paternity matters, including custody disputes, alimony, child support, asset division, post-divorce modifications, enforcement/contempt proceedings, and pre-nuptial agreements."

 

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4644798

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/

Self Discovery Workshop

 

Finding The New You As A Single Woman

Divorce can be a time of challenge and grief and it can also be a time of self-discovery.  This workshop will use several self-discovery tools (The Enneagram test, The Strengths Finder quiz, 36 Questions App and The Five Love Languages) to encourage a journey of growth and flourishing.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576524

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

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

Women Of Wonder #2 – Traumatic Post-Divorce Support Group

 

 

Women Of Wonder (WOW) #2 - Traumatic Post- Divorce Support Group

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

 

 

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

To register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576409

Jane Dates Well – Winter Session 2022

 

 

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 up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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 DONATE AND REGISTER:  https://www.janedoeswell.org/wow-donation/

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576210

Pup Walks With Diane

You and your dog are invited to join Diane Anderson and her dog, Callie, for a walk  in Wellesley. We will meet at Diane's house  and go for a brisk hour-long walk on a beautiful trail through the woods to the pond. We ask that all dogs who attend be comfortable with other dogs and stay on leash. You do not need to have a dog to join us! 

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4643642

Women Of Wonder #2 – Traumatic Post-Divorce Support Group

 

 

Women Of Wonder (WOW) #2 - Traumatic Post- Divorce Support Group

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

 

 

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

To register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576409

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

 

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

Diane Anderson is the Director of Wellness for JDW. She is an ordained UCC pastor with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576260

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.  We appreciate your support!

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

 

 

 

 

Ask The Expert With Karen Argetsinger

 

Karen Argetsinger is a collaborative attorney, certified mediator and advocate concentrating her practice in Family mediation, Employment law, Estate Planning and Health Advocacy. Karen has her own law practice located in Wellesley along with an "Of Counsel" position at Hutchings, Barsamian LLP and sits on the panel at the Dispute Resolution Counsel, LLC. She has a special interest in child advocacy and health policy as well as facilitating collaboration between attorneys, hospitals and doctors.

 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4680092

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. 
We appreciate your support!

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

Self Discovery Workshop

 

Finding The New You As A Single Woman

Divorce can be a time of challenge and grief and it can also be a time of self-discovery.  This workshop will use several self-discovery tools (The Enneagram test, The Strengths Finder quiz, 36 Questions App and The Five Love Languages) to encourage a journey of growth and flourishing.

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4576524

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

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

Susan Trotter – Top Strategies For Finding Love

 

 

 

In this online webinar, you will learn how to:

- Change your mindset about dating and relationships

- Use this time of social distancing to help you in the process

- Become more confident in your search for love and healthier relationships

- Create fabulous online dating profiles and navigate the online dating process

- Prepare for a fantastic first virtual date and beyond!

You will be able to walk away feeling more optimistic and confident, and with a variety of tools to use right away in your search for love.

Susan Trotter, Ph.D. is a Relationship Coach who is passionate about helping people to feel confident and empowered in their lives. She has a special interest in the areas of mindset and communication, with expertise in relationships, divorce and dating. 

Susan specializes in helping people in relationships to strengthen the connection and improve communication, those who are thinking about or going through divorce to navigate that process with confidence and peace of mind, and those who want to date and have joyful, healthy relationships to successfully navigate the dating world, both online and in person. She coaches individuals and couples, facilitates support groups, and loves to teach. 

In addition to her private practice, Susan is on the Advisory Board of Vesta, an organization developed to provide education and support to people in all phases of divorce. She is also a Community Leader with Pepperlane, whose mission is to make the world a better place for mothers by supporting them in growing their own businesses. 

Susan has her doctorate in Clinical Psychology and was a therapist for over 20 years. Her extensive background in psychology, therapy and coaching gives her a unique perspective in helping people to achieve greater joy, satisfaction and success in their relationships and in all areas of their lives. 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4651431

Pup Walks With Diane

You and your dog are invited to join Diane Anderson and her dog, Callie, for a walk  in Wellesley. We will meet at Diane's house  and go for a brisk hour-long walk on a beautiful trail through the woods to the pond. We ask that all dogs who attend be comfortable with other dogs and stay on leash. You do not need to have a dog to join us! 

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4643642

Ask The Expert With Carrie Goldman

"Carrie R. Goldman is a family law attorney and mediator with over fifteen years of family law experience. Her practice is focused on all aspects of divorce, including complex asset valuation and division, child-related matters, including child support, child custody and removal, post-divorce modification, enforcement of alimony, child support and other judgments, negotiating and drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and case consultation and evaluation. Attorney Goldman is dedicated to providing her clients with attentive and personalized representation and practical strategic solutions. She is a vigorous advocate and skilled negotiator and is known for achieving excellent results for her clients in an efficient manner."

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4692872

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.
We appreciate your support!

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

Fire Pit Gatherings

PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE THE EXPECTED RAIN ON MARCH 24TH - WE WILL MEET INSTEAD ON MARCH 29TH.

 

When you sign up please also sign up to bring either a few logs for the fire, chocolates or a bottle of wine to share. 

LIMIT OF 9

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674850

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.
We appreciate your support!

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

WOW # 2- Traumatic Post -Divorce Support Group – Spring

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 qualifies 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.  

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674924

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

Fire Pit Gatherings

            *****  DUE TO WEATHER -  TONIGHTS FIRE PIT GATHERING IS BEING CHANGED TO MONDAY 4/4TH *****

 

When you sign up please also sign up to bring either a few logs for the fire, chocolates or a bottle of wine to share. 

LIMIT OF 9

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674850

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.
We appreciate your support!

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

Fire Pit Gatherings

            *****  DUE TO WEATHER -  TONIGHTS FIRE PIT GATHERING IS BEING CHANGED TO MONDAY 4/4TH *****

 

When you sign up please also sign up to bring either a few logs for the fire, chocolates or a bottle of wine to share. 

LIMIT OF 9

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674850

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.
We appreciate your support!

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

Women of Wonder #1 – Traumatic Divorce Support Group- Spring

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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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674911

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4676104

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. 
We appreciate your support!

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

ASK THE EXPERT WITH LAURA GIBBS

Laura Gibbs focuses her practice in all areas of family law including litigation, mediation, conciliation, arbitration and appellate practice. Laura’s practice involves international custody disputes; representing individuals in court in connection with divorce, paternity, modification and contempt proceedings, as well as appeals; negotiating and drafting prenuptial, postnuptial and separation agreements; representing individuals participating in mediation; serving as a mediator, conciliator, master and arbitrator.

 

To Register: https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4627253

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- Traumatic Post -Divorce Support Group – Spring

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 qualifies 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.  

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674924

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

Women of Wonder #1 – Traumatic Divorce Support Group- Spring

.

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674911

Jane Dates Well – Spring

We will share our dating “delights”, “disasters” and “dilemmas” along with our collective wisdom about how to best navigate the emotional up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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. 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4676133

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.
We appreciate your support!

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

Women of Wonder #1 – Traumatic Divorce Support Group- Spring

.

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674911

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4676104

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. 
We appreciate your support!

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

Ask The Expert With Robin Fleischer

 

Attorney Robin Fleischer, owner of Fleischer Law Solutions, PLLC, is a respected attorney who is known for her integrity, honesty, and creativity in finding solutions to some of the most emotional and tough legal issues. Her clients describe her as “feisty” and “unrelenting” when advocating for their interests. She strives to protect her clients’ rights by zealously providing personal yet purposeful representation to obtain for her clients the most equitable divorce settlements they deserve.

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4683096

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

To Donate and Register: https://www.janedoeswell.org/asktheexpert-donation/

Preparing Your Financial Statement

                                  We will discuss how to prepare the short and long form, recommended documents to gather, basic calculations,                                                 expense categories, and best practices.
                                                                                   Please join us (adult beverages are recommended!)
 

“Find Clarity Within Yourself” With Ann Lynch

 

 

To learn where our belief systems come from.  What are your belief systems?  Are they yours or were they put on you?  Was your belief that you were to go to college, to get married, to have children, and be a caretaker (a Mom), divorce is not an option or accepted? It’s time to learn or remember “You have Value and Purpose “ in this life. Lift the veil from your eyes and reveal a whole new world of understanding. This will make everything make sense!

Ann Lynch is Owner of Shine Your Light Healing and Yoga.  She is a Somatic Transformational Coach, Core Centering Practitioner, Yoga Expert, Energy Medicine Practitioner

 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4780064

Women of Wonder #1 – Traumatic Divorce Support Group- Spring

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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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674911

Jane Dates Well – Spring

We will share our dating “delights”, “disasters” and “dilemmas” along with our collective wisdom about how to best navigate the emotional up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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. 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4676133

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.
We appreciate your support!

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

Ask The Expert With Jared Wood

 

Join us for an hour of Q & A with helpful Advice, tips and insights on matters before the family court. You can put your anonymous questions in the zoom chat box or send then to Christina Pavlina at cpavlina@janedoeswell.org to ask for you.

 

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-4780856

WOW # 2- Traumatic Post -Divorce Support Group – Spring

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 qualifies 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.  

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674924

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

Women of Wonder #1 – Traumatic Divorce Support Group- Spring

.

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674911

Surviving Narcissism Workshop

Do you feel that you may be divorcing or have divorced a spouse on the narcissism spectrum? Do you feel that you have been on the receiving end of bullying, gaslighting and betrayal? Join us as we explore the traits of narcissism and how dealing with a narcissistic spouse can impact women during the divorce process. We will also discover techniques that can help women survive and heal from narcissistic abuse. We will be using two books in this workshop: Will I Ever Be Free of You? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D. and The Narcissism Recovery Journal, by Cynthia Eddings, LMFT

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4676104

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. 
We appreciate your support!

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

Women of Wonder #1 – Traumatic Divorce Support Group- Spring

.

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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674911

Jane Dates Well – Spring

We will share our dating “delights”, “disasters” and “dilemmas” along with our collective wisdom about how to best navigate the emotional up 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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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. 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4676133

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends.
We appreciate your support!

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

Ask The Expert With Peter Kuperstein

 

To

Join us for an hour of Q & A with helpful Advice, tips and insights on matters before the family court. You can put your anonymous questions in the zoom chat box or send then to Christina Pavlina at cpavlina@janedoeswell.org to ask for you.

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-4817788

WOW # 2- Traumatic Post -Divorce Support Group – Spring

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 qualifies 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.  

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674924

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

Coping With Divorce Hosted by Susan Trotter

 

 

 

For people thinking about or going through divorce, this webinar will help you understand the emotions you may be experiencing and the role that mindset can play in the process. You will also learn effective coping strategies that will help you make more informed and empowered decisions in the divorce process and achieve greater confidence and peace of mind.

Susan Trotter, Ph.D. is a Relationship Coach who is passionate about helping people to feel confident and empowered in their lives. She has a special interest in the areas of mindset and communication, with expertise in relationships, divorce and dating. 

Susan specializes in helping people in relationships to strengthen the connection and improve communication, those who are thinking about or going through divorce to navigate that process with confidence and peace of mind, and those who want to date and have joyful, healthy relationships to successfully navigate the dating world, both online and in person. She coaches individuals and couples, facilitates support groups, and loves to teach. 

In addition to her private practice, Susan is on the Advisory Board of Vesta, an organization developed to provide education and support to people in all phases of divorce. She is also a Community Leader with Pepperlane, whose mission is to make the world a better place for mothers by supporting them in growing their own businesses. 

Susan has her doctorate in Clinical Psychology and was a therapist for over 20 years. Her extensive background in psychology, therapy and coaching gives her a unique perspective in helping people to achieve greater joy, satisfaction and success in their relationships and in all areas of their lives. 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4767479

Coping With Divorce Hosted by Susan Trotter

For people thinking about or going through divorce, this webinar will help you understand the emotions you may be experiencing and the role that mindset can play in the process. You will also learn effective coping strategies that will help you make more informed and empowered decisions in the divorce process and achieve greater confidence and peace of mind.

Susan Trotter, Ph.D. is a Relationship Coach who is passionate about helping people to feel confident and empowered in their lives. She has a special interest in the areas of mindset and communication, with expertise in relationships, divorce and dating. 

Susan specializes in helping people in relationships to strengthen the connection and improve communication, those who are thinking about or going through divorce to navigate that process with confidence and peace of mind, and those who want to date and have joyful, healthy relationships to successfully navigate the dating world, both online and in person. She coaches individuals and couples, facilitates support groups, and loves to teach. 

In addition to her private practice, Susan is on the Advisory Board of Vesta, an organization developed to provide education and support to people in all phases of divorce. She is also a Community Leader with Pepperlane, whose mission is to make the world a better place for mothers by supporting them in growing their own businesses. 

Susan has her doctorate in Clinical Psychology and was a therapist for over 20 years. Her extensive background in psychology, therapy and coaching gives her a unique perspective in helping people to achieve greater joy, satisfaction and success in their relationships and in all areas of their lives. 


 

To Register:  https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4767479

Women of Wonder #1 – Traumatic Divorce Support Group- Spring

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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 with an MDiv. degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received certification in Spiritual Direction from Boston College and in Positive Psychology from the Kripalu Center. 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.

Jane Does Well is a 501c3 non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our members and friends. We appreciate your support!

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

 

To Register:https://janedoeswell.wildapricot.org/event-4674911