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What To Do When Your Done - A 10 Week Group
We will have a dynamic conversation about the life transitions of retirement and aging. During our ten weekly sessions, we will share support and new perspectives as we investigate the importance of renewing or redefining purpose.
The group will be facilitated by two experienced, retired psychotherapists who are also navigating this transition. Davis Short, LCSW/LCSW-C, is retired after 40 years of clinical consultation. Batya Hyman is Professor Emerita, Salisbury University School of Social Work.
The group will meet on Zoom beginning Wednesday, January 13 at 1-2:30 pm. To develop a supportive environment, each member should commit to attending all sessions. No new members will be added once the group begins.
For more information about this group or if you have any questions, please contact Salvatore Seeley at Salvatore@camprehoboth.com.
Register in advance for this meeting:
About the facilitators:
Batya Hyman, PhD, is Professor Emerita, Salisbury University School of Social Work. She lives in Long Neck with her partner of 22 years, Belinda Cross.
Davis has over forty years of clinical experience as a psychiatric social worker at the direct practice, supervisory, and administrative levels for the state of Maryland and Department of Veterans’ Affairs. He has also taught graduate clinical courses for two universities, serves as a clinical consultant, has a private practice. Davis and his wife came from the Eastern Shore of Maryland to retire in down state Delaware.