The Emotional Transition of Moving to New York, Oct 2 & 10

You’ve moved to New York and are feeling a roller coaster of emotions: one minute you’re loving it, the next minute you are feeling isolated and questioning why you came here in the first place. You’re living in New York, shouldn’t you be loving every second of this dream experience? People will surely laugh if you tell them you’re finding it difficult!

It may help to know that this a completely normal part of adjusting to life in a new country. Join Susie Lang, licensed Mental Health Counsellor, in this hands-on workshop to explore the emotional transition of moving to New York.

Take this opportunity to explore experiences that are common to all of us, and yet sometimes feel so isolating when going through them. Susie Lang will offer information about:

  • Emotional and psychological impact of relocation
  • Culture shock
  • Definitive loss and ambiguous loss

This event is a little different: it’s a hands-on, interactive experience, where courageous sharing and empathetic listening will be the biggest part of the event.

A choice of morning or evening session is available to suit different schedules:

Event details – Evening Session, Oct 2

Date: Tuesday, October 2
Time: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm, please arrive by 6.15 pm to check in
Where: Floor 25, 125 Park Building, 125 Park Ave, New York, 10017
Cost: $15 Members, $20 Non-Members. Drinks and nibbles included.
RSVP: Tickets can be purchased via the American Australian Association

Purchase your ticket: Evening Session, Oct 2

Event details – Morning Session, Oct 10

Date: Wednesday, October 10
Time: 10 am – 12 pm, please arrive by 9.45 am to check in
Where: East Village. As this is a private residence, the full address will be provided to registrants prior to the event.
Cost: $15 Members, $20 Non-Members. Drinks and nibbles included.
RSVP: Tickets can be purchased via the American Australian Association

Purchase your ticket: Morning Session, Oct 10

For questions about this event, contact us via awny@aaanyc.org

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Previous Emotional Transition of Moving to New York Workshops

Susie has facilitated this workshop previously for AWNY, and her warmth, professional expertise and personal experience have been very well received.

Attendees have included women at various stages of their transition to New York – from 2 weeks to several years! It demonstrates the importance for Australian women to receive support as the adjust to life in New York and for the opportunity to share their experiences with an empathetic group.

The previous overwhelming popularity and positive feedback from this workshop has been instrumental in hosting this workshop once again.

Meet Susie Lang

Susie LSusie Lang (LMHC & NCC) is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. She is in private counseling practice, working with individuals and groups.

She is also a Professional Photographer. Passionate about her work, she believes there is a level of connection in both fields! She has lived in NYC since 2004 with her husband.

With her many life transitions, she realizes the importance of paying attention to (in particular the more challenging parts) the emotional ride that occurs with each transition.

Learn more about Susie Lang:
http://www.susielangcounseling.com
http://www.susielangphoto.com

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