Jan Fishler

Jan Fishler

Author

Author ~ Writing Coach ~ Presenter Creator of “Write Your Story Workshops” For 25 years Jan Fishler was a corporate scriptwriter, copywriter, video producer, and trainer, who also dabbled in marketing and public relations, mostly in the non-profit arena. In 2009 she self-published, Searching for Jane, Finding Myself (An Adoption Memoir), available at Amazon.com. and local bookstores. Because Jan knows that everyone has a story to tell, most recently, she developed a painless and fun method to help others write their story. Her Write Your Story workshop taps into the power of the subconscious so that stories come to life and practically write themselves. Jan is also the producer of "The Path to Publication" DVD series, available from Films for the Humanities and Sciences. Filmed at the Community of Writers Conference at Squaw Valley, the series contains advice from such well-known authors as Amy Tan, Anne Lamott, Janet Fitch, and Mark Childress. Jan has a B.S. in English Literature/Creative Writing and an M.S. in Educational Technology/Instructional Design. She lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada where, when she’s not writing, Jan hikes with her Golden Retriever, kayaks with her husband, and regularly works out at the gym. Visit her webiste: http://www.janfishler.com

January 6, On the Town: Communication Rupture Repair

Tell Me Something Good – Communication Rupture Repair
with Aida Baker Licensed Marriage Family Therapistf816a91182a9a0d5ffad16cdcfc14bad

Breakdowns in communication are inevitable and tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. Aida Baker, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, will explain what we can do repair disagreements with co-workers, friends, family members, and loved ones.

With warmth and compassion, Aida approaches couples, individuals, and parents with an attachment theory perspective that uses experiential mind/body interventions to help heal unresolved relational wounds. When the bonds between our loved ones become more secure, we thrive as individuals. We become more resilient to stress, can balance our emotions better, and tend to foster more nurturing relationships. This in turn furthers healthy growth between loved ones.

Aida also has free presentations the first Wednesday of each month, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Briarpatch. You can learn more about Aida at http://www.safehavenpsychotherapy.com/Home_Page.html.

Have “something good” you’d like to talk about?  Email me: jan@janfishler.com or call: 530-264-5105.

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