"Self-care While Caring for the World" with Clare Rosenfield, LCSW

Tools for Regenerating Your Energies in the Midst of Living and Working
12:15 pm
2:30 pm
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Rosenfield Building 722 W.168th St.
Room 532
Clare Rosenfield, M.A., M.S., LCSW
Student Affairs Event
Office of Student Affairs at the Mailman School
Students for the Promotion of Alternative and Integrative Medicine
Open to all Students
Please join Students for the Promotion of Alternative & Integrative Medicine (AIM) for a kick-off event for "Wellness Week" (Friday, March 7th- Thursday, March 13th) sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs.

Led by Clare Rosenfield, this guided workshop covers varying tools for self-healing and self care that include the "Gindler Method of Effortless Breathing", deep guided relaxation, meditation and self-regeneration through sound.

Light refreshments and healthy snacks will be served.

To RSVP (required), please visit: http://orgsync.com/80930/events/739409/occurrences/1505168

More about the facilitator: Clare Rosenfield, LCSW, received a Master's in French and later in Social Work from Columbia University. She is the author of five self-illustrated poetry collections and other writings. Her late husband, Dr. Allan Rosenfield, was Dean of the Mailman School for 22 years.

Ms. Rosenfield is the founder of Contact Healing, her form of holistic psychotherapy. She directs the non-profit Global Healing Foundation that offers prayers for the earth and individuals in need of healing. Ms. Rosenfield is also a harpist for meditation circles and end of life care, joining hospice and the Threshold Choir as a volunteer.

Learn more about Clare Rosenfield and her work here:


Cheryl Keise