Patricia Morgan brings empowering to Golden Women’s Resource Centre

The Golden Women’s Resource Centre (GWRC) is pleased to sponsor an empowerment event for women of all ages in Golden with Patricia Morgan.

  • Sep. 7, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Golden Women’s Resource Centre

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The Golden Women’s Resource Centre (GWRC) is pleased to sponsor an empowerment event for women of all ages in Golden with Patricia Morgan.

On Wednesday, September 14 at St. Andrews United Church- Centre for Peace, Patricia will be presenting “Woe to WOW! Solutions for Resilience at work and home”.

This is a lunch time event from noon to 1:30 p.m. and participants are asked to bring their lunches with them.  Tickets are $5 before and $8 at the door and can be purchased at the GWRC, Bacchus Books and at the door.

“This event is for all women who are feeling challenged, perhaps overwhelmed or under-appreciated at work or at home. Or even simply looking for an empowering and positive experience.” said Linley McLean, Executive Director of the GWRC.  Women will:

 

Learn the power of internal focus of control.

Be inspired by the story of Lady Ragnell.

Identify a problem or adversity you face at work and/or home.

Explore and assess over 35 options from the Woe to WOW Resilient Strengthening Strategy Cards.

Create a personal strategy to best fit your situation.

With a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, Patricia Morgan presents to thousands of people every year.

 

She has helped many people, particularly women, strengthen their resilience, improve their vitality, and increase their work and home-life satisfaction.

Patricia is the author of scores of articles and eight books–one of which was the reason she was chosen as a Woman of Vision by Global TV and the YWCA.

She is also the 2010 Spirit of CAPS recipient for “contribution to excellence in the speaking profession.”

Audiences describe Patricia and her message as meaningfully fun, surprisingly insightful and delightfully uplifting.

“Resilience means having the ability to bounce back and successfully deal with adversity.  Women deal with work, family and personal challenges every day.  Those who are stress hardy become strengthened by challenge while those without coping strategies weaken.” Patricia said.  “In this upbeat and practical how-to session you will strengthen your stress hardiness and walk away with a strategy to better cope and succeed.”

For more information on the event, please visit www.goldenwomencentre.ca

For more information on Patricia Morgan, please visit www.solutionsforresilience.com