Lunch & Learn "The Second Adulthood"

THE SECOND ADULTHOOD - MONDAY, JUNE 25 2018, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Free for YMCA members/ $5 community members

What are societal views of aging and how has that changed over decades? What are our own expectations for this time of life? Is there a right path to living into old age? What can be done to help us have an emotionally fulfilling second adulthood? What are the advantages of becoming older?
Can life be fulfilling at 75? 85? 95?

This workshop on aging will look at the “second stage of adulthood” (ages 60-90+) and how life choices made during the “retirement years” could impact our emotional, physical and cognitive well-being.

 Judy Lapides, MMHC, PsyA, is a national and state certified psychoanalyst. She is a graduate of ACAP and BGSP, where she earned a certificate in Modern Psychoanalysis and a masters degree in mental health counseling. She has a practice in Morristown, NJ. where she works with adolescents and adults of all ages.

Contact Information
  1. Lisa Meyers
  2. 9082733330
  3. lisa.meyers@thesay.org
Mon, June 25
12:30 pm — 1:30 pm
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THE SECOND ADULTHOOD - MONDAY, JUNE 25 2018, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Free for YMCA members/ $5 community members

What are societal views of aging and how has that changed over decades? What are our own expectations for this time of life? Is there a right path to living into old age? What can be done to help us have an emotionally fulfilling second adulthood? What are the advantages of becoming ...

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