The Journey of Integration in the Second Half of Life
With Lorraine LaVigne, RSM, and David Battle
"Each of us has a soul and … there is a buried treasure in the field.”
- C.G. Jung
The journey of integration calls us to our deepest self, to wholeness. This day invites you to explore your journey into the second half of life. How has the first half of your life prepared you for this journey? What yearnings are now calling you to leave the familiar and search more deeply into the gifts and treasures of the second half of life? Through input, reflections and sharing, we will search together the meaning and mystery of this journey.
The program will be held on Saturday, October 20, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The $65 fee covers both the program cost plus lunch.
Lorraine LaVigne, RSM, MA, is a member of the Sisters of Mercy and a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist currently in private practice in Newington, Connecticut. She has served as the Director of several nonprofit counseling agencies in the Greater Hartford area. Sister Lorraine co-taught in the inaugural cohort of The School for the Second Half of Life. She has also developed and presented workshops focused on personal growth, transformation, adult development and relationship building. Walking with people as they journey through the “second half” of their lives is always been both an exciting and rewarding experience for her.
Saturday 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM|
Lorraine LaVigne, RSM|