How to Declutter & Destress topic at Sisterhood GHC’s Welcome Back Brunch on Sunday September 29thPublished: Monday, August 26, 2013 By: Suzanne Newman
How to Declutter & Destress, presented by Alison B. Segal, Ph.D., Expert Organizer, will be the topic of discussion at Sisterhood GHC’s Welcome Back Brunch to be held in Dobbs Ferry on Sunday September 29th at 10:00 am. Clutter can be physical, mental, or both. It all produces the same result: stress, disorganization, and discontent. This discussion will include suggestions for acquiring the skills that you need to get on track and restore order to your home, your family, and your life. This program is open to all and is free of charge. Reservations are strongly suggested and can be made online at www.g-h-c.org/welcomeback.
Alison B. Segal, Ph.D. is a NY state licensed psychologist who has extensive experience in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and the treatment of anxiety disorders. Dr. Segal’s formal education includes a B.A. in Child Study from Tufts University and a Ph.D. in Clinical Health Psychology from Yeshiva University. Informally, she practices being an organized wife and mom, and strives to run a low-clutter household. Currently, Dr. Segal is a Consulting Psychologist to the Institute for Behavior Therapy in NYC and sees patients in her private practice, Healthy Behaviors of Westchester, in White Plains, New York. Dr. Segal has practiced cognitive behavioral psychology for over 15 years treating children, adults, couples, and families. In this time, she developed an expertise in treating both Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and chronic disorganization. Out of this expertise, Declutter & Destress was developed. More info at www.declutteranddestress.com.
Sisterhood GHC, provides support to the entire Greenburgh Hebrew Center family and other worthy causes. With approximately 180 members, Sisterhood presents Brunches, Mah Jongg games and other activities, with a special emphasis on the Women of GHC. It is a participating member of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism. The Greenburgh Hebrew Center is a Conservative egalitarian congregation with over 300 member families, serving the Rivertowns, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, White Plains, New Rochelle and Yonkers. It is located at 515 Broadway in Dobbs Ferry.
For more information and to reserve, visit, www.g-h-c.org/welcomeback, call the Greenburgh Hebrew Center at (914) 693-4260 or email. firstname.lastname@example.org