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Jewish Women and Stress: Creating an Emotionally Healthy Life

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Dr. Helen Coons, President and Clinical Director of Women’s Mental Health Associates in Denver

Always rushing? Task list running your life? Too tired? Irritable? Overwhelmed by home and work responsibilities? Join co-sponsors Women of the J and Boulder Hadassah on Monday, September 12, at 7:00 pm at the new Boulder JCC, for an informative and enjoyable evening program dedicated to women’s health.

Helen L. Coons, Ph.D., President and Clinical Director of Women’s Mental Health Associates in Denver, and a clinical health psychologist with over 25 years of professional experience, will provide an interactive workshop on strategies to move towards a less stressful and emotionally healthier life for Jewish women of all ages. Dr. Coons is known for her dynamic, interactive presentations and enjoys giving workshops on health and well-being to women across the lifespan.

No cost to attend. A donation of travel size toiletries for the Emergency Family Assistance Association will be appreciated. Visit www.boulderjcc.org for more information.

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About Shirley Gang

Longtime Boulder resident and active participant in Boulder Hadassah. Our chapter strives to bring our members and associates programming to create community, advocate for women's rights, promote health and well-being around the world, support Hadassah hospitals in Israel, and provide information on issues of concern.

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