A FREE introductory presentation and Q&A with Wilton-based Family Therapist Neal Brodsky focusing on challenges faced by adolescent boys
“Emotional Fluency” – Can boys be taught to communicate from the heart and “stay the course” in relationships? How can they be coached into their own individual genius and wisdom?
Competition and Individual achievement: How much makes sense?
Who is raising our kids? The impact of the Internet and Social Media
Ability and “Disability”: Can challenge be turned into opportunity?
What happens when things fall apart?
What are the “Invaluable values” for success in life? The role of giving and service to others, creative outlets in the arts, and spirituality
Neal Brodsky, MPA, MA, LMFT is a Marriage & Family Therapist in private practice with offices in Wilton, Connecticut and Manhattan. He holds graduate degrees from Fairfield University and New York University and formerly taught the required 6-hour Connecticut Parent Education Program required of all divorcing parents with children under the age of 18 along with his wife and co-therapist Judy Gotlieb, LMFT. He has also co-facilitated violence prevention workshops for men under the auspices of Family Re-Entry. Neal is the author of a book of poetry called “The Manual of Divorce” and the article “Finding the Lost Boys: A Therapist Talks About Teens” published in the Fall 2012 edition of the East Coast Sandplay Journal.
More on Neal at www.lovelifecounseling.com/
Contact him at 203-644-3960 or firstname.lastname@example.org