A series of intimate events that follow up The Emotional Transition to New York with Susie Lang.
AWNY’s Emotional Transition to New York events have enjoyed successful attendance and very positive feedback for both 2015 and 2016 events. An active committee member with AWNY, Susie Lang is offering a series of sessions to complement her successful Emotional Transitions event. As one attendee noted;
“It became really clear that sometimes I needed a support network to help me explore my feelings, and to navigate a path towards personal healing”
Susie Lang is passionate about helping individuals take the next steps towards your personal transitional process.
You have moved continents, but have you ‘Moved On’?
The process of moving between cultures brings up questions, uncertainties and unfamiliar emotions;
- The loss of all things familiar
- Lack of personal confidence
- Feelings of grief
- Feeling unsettled, dissatisfied, always drawing comparisons
- Loss of Identity
Did you know that feeling “home-sick” is part of the process of transition & healing? Losses and gains are the bitter/sweet feelings surrounding transitions. However, before the gains can be really appreciated and lived, the losses need some air-time in the company of others who share similar feelings!
“…women were contributing in such an honest way, about a difficult topic, and I felt it was an expression closer to one shared between trusted friends, rather than strangers”
What it’s all about?
On the Sofa with Susie is an opportunity to take deep dive at some of the questions that may arise when moving to a different culture – while there are similarities, differences also emerge while making your transition to New York City. Have you ever asked yourself
- “Why did I choose to come here”?
- “Who am I”?
- “What’s wrong with me?”
- When in this new culture questions are being asked, “Who are you?”
Still on the Fence?
Feeling a little unsure? Wonder if this is for you? It’s very natural to feel this way…register and come along – you’ll be glad you did!
“… it was a really fantastic way to cut through the bullshit and talk about some of the more isolating aspects of living in this fabulous city… Susie created a ‘safe space’ for me to admit and to own my unspoken emotions – that feels fantastic!”
These sessions are offered to the AWNY community, as a weekly informal on-going gathering over a 4-week period. As part of a small supportive expat group, you will feel less isolated, make new connections, and explore some of your questions and uncertainties.
On the Sofa with Susie will enable you to make your cultural transition easier, culminating in a sense of direction and feeling more “at home”.
How to Book
Please message Susie or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for your seat on the sofa. Attending all 4 sessions is highly recommended as working alongside each other will offer you the most supportive and on-going care.
- Wednesday November 30th,
- Wednesday December 7th,
- Wednesday December 14th,
- Wednesday December 21st 2016
Time: 7PM – 9PM
Space: Limited to 10 women
Cost: Either prepay $100 for the 4 evening sessions OR $35 per session, pay as you go
Morning Sessions (ideal for Mums and Dads)
- Wednesday November 30th
- Wednesday December 7th
- Wednesday December 14th
- Wednesday December 21st 2016
Time: 9:30AM – 11:30AM
Venue: 200 West 60th Street. New York NY
Space: Limited to 6 people
Cost: Either prepay $80 for the 4 morning sessions OR $25 per session, pay as you go
- If you are keen to secure a spot, upfront payment is recommended
- Please prepay in full by November 30th
- There is the option to purchase “Per Session” and payment is cash on the day directly to Susie
- Check can be make payable to Susan Lang
- PayPal https://www.paypal.me/SusanLang
*As this is a non-commercial venture run by Susie personally, these 4 sessions will attract a nominal cost to pay for event space and time. It is preferable to to prepaid in full by November 30th.
About Susie Lang
Susie Lang (LMHC & NCC) is a licensed Mental Health Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. In being careful to maintain a positive attitude without judgment, along with the ability to intuitively empathize, she has the sensitivity and experience enabling you to explore emerging feelings. Through this process, she believes that you have the greatest potential of creating your own personal transformation. This often rich, brave and creative work, is an essential ingredient to the successful outcome in your transition to New York and subsequent choices.
Susie has lived in New York City since 2004. She has worked in the helping and caring professions for over 40 years, in Australia, the United Kingdom and the USA. She has been in the counseling profession since 1995. Susie has always felt an on-going and passionate professional commitment in being alongside those who are looking for emotional healing, resilience and support.