|Welcoming the Newest Addition to our Community!
The Resiliency Center of Ambler, Pennsylvania
is pleased to announce that Wendy Sunderlin, M.Ed., M.S., has joined our community of practitioners. She is here at the center on Tuesdays and Thursdays – and some Saturdays by appointment. Wendy holds a Masters in Education degree from Boston College and a Masters in Counseling degree from Johns Hopkins University.
Wendy is a life coach and educator for adolescents and adults.
She specializes in helping clients identify and question thoughts that cause fear, frustration, anxiety, depression, and other forms of distress. In her coaching practice, Teen Life Talks, Wendy’s services allow teens to express themselves and to talk openly about their life experiences while strengthening their connections with family, friends, and their authentic self. Through guided self-inquiry, Wendy helps her clients to discover their “truths” and to lead high functioning, self-confident lives.
After years of working as a school counselor, Wendy
became very familiar with teen issues and concerns. She discovered an overwhelming amount of teens felt the adults in their lives "didn't understand" the issues they were dealing with; meanwhile, parents were floundering to keep up with new trends and trying to find ways to strengthen their connections with their teenager. Teens, parents, and community members often sought Wendy's insight and advice on how to manage the life's challenges that go hand-in-hand with tween and teenage years. Now, Wendy is expanding her services on a larger scale, helping individuals locally and nationally.
's genuine passion for helping other's reach their greatest potential lends itself to her coaching and counseling services. Her non-judgmental, compassionate way of interacting with others makes her relatable to both teens and families.
Wendy is a firm believer of integrative, holistic approaches to leading a well-balanced life.
Her coaching for both teens and adults often incorporates the 'mind-body-spirit' principle of wellness. For more information about Wendy and her coaching services, please visit www.teenlifetalks.com
or email Wendy at email@example.com
Upcoming Events & Programs
Healthcare Professionals Networking Breakfast
Wednesday, 7/6, 9 – 10:30 am
The Creative Writer’s Group
No meeting in May. Meetings resume in June.
Wednesday 6/8, 7 – 9 pm
Women’s Personal Growth Group
Tuesdays, 11 am – 12:30 pm
The Philadelphia Writer’s Workshop
Tuesdays, 7-10 pm
Qi Gong Classes
Thursdays, 2 pm
Tuesdays, 8:30-9:30 am
Thursdays, 7:30-8:30 pm
Saturday, 6/11 10-11:30 am
> Learn more about these programs and more on The Resiliency Center's events page and online calendar
THE VINTAGE MAN
Between a good artist
And a great one
Will often lay down his tool
Then pick up an invisible club
On the mind's table
And helplessly smash the easels and
Whereas the vintage man
No longer hurts himself or anyone
And keeps on
~ Hafiz ~The Gift - versions of Hafiz by Daniel Ladinsky
Wants vs. Needs: Making Better Spending Choices
Thursday, 6/23, 10-11:30 am, Cost: $25
Join money coach, Karen Polis, for this interactive workshop where you will create a list of your personal wants and needs and talk about how to tell the difference between the two. We’ll dig deeper and brainstorm on ways to fulfill your needs for less money. This is a deceptively simple exercise that can have a powerful ripple effect on your finances. Bring paper and pen. Cost is only $25 and pre-registration is required.
Beginner's Mindfulness Class
Beginning July 11
10 Mondays, 7-8:30 pm
Mindfulness is the practice of intentionally placing our attention on the present, moment to moment, with openness, curiosity, friendliness, and compassion for ourselves and each other. By observing with compassion habitual patterns that cause suffering we hope to ameliorate them and engage with life more fully and authentically. Mindfulness is a skill that can be developed, deepened, and strengthened. This experiential class is specifically geared towards beginners and will teach both formal and informal techniques as well as discuss the cultivation of attitudes associated with mindfulness.
> Space is limited; contact Jen Fusco Perry at (215) 292-5056 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspirations: A Book Club to Enhance Your Spirit and Promote Resiliency
Monday, 6/27, 7 – 9pm, Free
Are you one of those readers who love finding meaning and inspiration from what they read? Who enjoys being able to hear about different perspectives? Then take some time for yourself and join us at the Resiliency Center
once a month on Monday evenings to discuss both fiction and nonfiction books that reconnect you with your spirit. This month’s theme is abundance and the book covered will be The Heart of a Woman by Maya Angelou. Admittance is free. Simply bring your copy of the book and your reflections from reading it. A wonderful opportunity to learn, connect with others, and engage in stimulating conversation.
> Enrollment is limited, so contact Discussion Leader Sharon Beyer now at email@example.com