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Step Out of Your Story with Kim Schneiderman

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Step Out of Your Story with Kim Schneiderman

Does the story of your life read like a comedy or a tragedy? If we read the text through the proper lens, we can always read our stories as an adventure or personal growth and our current challenges as a character development workout. Join me as dynamic author and lecturer Kim Schneiderman and I discuss writing exercises to re-frame and transform your life!

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2816_803813399.jpgKim Schneiderman, LCSW, MSW, is a psychotherapist, workshop facilitator, former journalist, and spiritual essayist who lives and works in New York City. She writes a psychological advice column for the New York, Boston, and Philadelphia Metro daily newspapers http://www.metro.us/newyork, which have an aggregate circulation of roughly 4,000,000 readers. She counsels adults through her private psychotherapy practice and has facilitated therapeutic writing groups at the 92nd Street Y, the JCC in Manhattan, FEGS Health and Human Services, the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services (JBFCS), the Association of Spirituality and Psychotherapy (ASP), Art Studio NY, Limmud New York, and various other venues. She has worked as an adjunct professor for the Long Island University's School of Social Work and served as a Guest Lecturer for NYU's Post-Graduate Social Work and Spiritual Care certificate program, a program she also completed. Ms. Schneiderman has written dozens of freelance articles, including cover stories, for major Jewish newspapers, including The Jewish Week, the Baltimore Jewish Times, the Northern California Jewish Bulletin, and Aish.com. Her blog, "The Novel Perspective," is popular on the Psychology Today website. For more information, visit her website at stepoutofyourstory.com.

 

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About Lisa Jesswein:

Lisa Jesswein is a long-time Detroit radio personality waking up listeners for over 17 years with her positive personality and infectious laugh. Now as a member of the Empower Radio family, she works to  bring hope, inspiration and information through the conversations on her show "Real Life". She believes that it's possible to live your life with intention, peace, abundance and joy when we choose to meet challenges head on.  Staying positive in a negative world is a challenge but one that Lisa has faced countless times as a two-time kidney transplant recipient, cancer survivor, divorcee and intuitive reader. Lisa has been an inspirational speaker since the age of 14 when she was asked by medical staff to speak on organ donation at the state capitol. She has been motivating people ever since and now brings her mission of helping others to Empower Radio.