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Relationship and Health Education Series | Tuesdays October 29, November 5, and November 12 from 1:15-3:30 at the Tucson J

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Relationship and Health Education Series | Tuesdays October 29, November 5, and November 12 from 1:15-3:30 at the Tucson J

October 29 @ 1:15 pm - 3:00 pm

Join us for our NEW Relationship and Health Education Series | Tuesdays October 29, November 5, and November 12 from 1:15-3:30 at the Tucson J

You often hear about the importance of relationships for overall health and wellbeing, and this only increases as people age. Most agree yet are left wondering how to proceed or what to do as they approach and move through new stages of life. Whether that’s you or someone you care about, we invite you to join us!

This three-session program provides you with a detailed framework to think over your current relationships, identify ways to find and make new friends, consider ways to modify long-standing relationships, and develop a unique plan of action for moving forward. We will also explore the benefits of social connection through participation in leisure activities, volunteering, faith communities, fitness and exercise classes, and many more areas. Finally, we will look at the health benefits of connections with peers as well as family members and friends of all generations. Let’s talk and learn together!

Each session is designed to give you the tools, confidence, and support you need to thrive:

Tuesday, October 29 from 1:15-3:30pm: Taking Inventory of Your Social Network

What are the areas going well? What are the areas not going so well? What is missing?

Tuesday, November 5 from 1:15-3:30pm: Look Up, Down, and All Around

Learning to find and make new friends enjoying acquaintances and friends already in your life, younger generations in your family, and in your community.

Tuesday, November 12 from 1:15-3:30pm: Your Plan of Action and Getting Started

Making a plan and establishing priorities

These sessions will be led by Linda Travis, Psy.D., Director of Healthy Aging. Linda is a licensed psychologist and brings over three decades of experience in aging and health through clinician, scholar and educator roles in higher education and community settings. She particularly enjoys helping families consider relationship changes in navigating the joys and challenges of aging.

Space is limited; reserve your spot today!

CLICK HERE to learn more + register or call us at 520.299.3000

Questions? Contact Linda Travis, Director of Healthy Aging at ltravis@tucsonjcc.org