Do you find your stress level rising as you: think constantly about layoffs, worry about the reduction in your investments, watch home equity decrease, rely more and more on your credit cards, and struggle increasingly to make ends meet? Learn how to reduce stress in your life by attending one of these free classes for Local 21 members. (Friends of Local 21 members who are interested may also attend.) The sessions are led by Kitty Costello, MA, MFT, and Richard Epstein, PhD, MFT. Three workshops will be held in
(All Oakland workshops will take place at the Alameda County Law Library, Conference Room #3, 125 12th St., Oakland. Note: Brown bag lunches are permitted.)
September 16 (Monday), 12p-1p
October 21 (Monday),12p-1p
November 18 (Monday), 12p-1p
(The San Francisco workshop will take place at Local 21 Office, 1182 Market Street, Room: TBA. Pizza lunch provided.)
September 27 (Friday), 12p-1p
RSVP’s are not required.
For more information about these events and other Work Life Support Services, please contact the Union office at 415-864-2100 or Dr. Richard Epstein, Director of Work Life Support Services, at 1-888-526-5161.RSVP’s are not required. For more information about these workshops and other free resources for members, visit Local 21’s Member Resources webpage.