Learn strategies for "Finishing Well" from Wheaton College professor
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Carol Stream, Ill. -- March 1, 2013 -- The Windsor Park Center for Lifelong Learning (WPCLL) announces a March seminar featuring an internationally noted professor of psychology. Residents of Windsor Park, A Covenant Retirement Community, 124 Windsor Lane, Carol Stream brainstorm and plan all events the Center hosts.
On Friday, March 15, Richard Butman, Ph.D. will present "Finishing Well: Strategies for Effective Aging for Men and Women of Faith." Planned by the education task force of WPCLL, the seminar begins at 9:00 a.m. , is free and open to the public. Dr. Butman is a professor of psychology at Wheaton College as well as a licensed clinical psychologist in Illinois.
According to Dr. Butman, the presentation will be two-fold. Research and theory about resiliency, coping strategies, successful aging, and theological themes will be explored during the first part. Following a short break, he will lead a more informal and interactive discussion.
"Rich is an engaging speaker, humorous, honest, expertly informed but not overly technical in his presentation," says Alan Johnson, Windsor Park resident and professor of New Testament studies and theology, emeritus at Wheaton College. "He has a keen sense of the road his audience is travelling."
To learn more about Windsor Park Center for Lifelong Learning events, or to attend, call (630) 510-4700 or visit Windsor's website at www.windsorparkillinois.org.
You can check out other upcoming events for March and April on the website as well. Arrange for a personal tour of Windsor Park by calling the marketing department at (630)510-4700 or via email at email@example.com.
More about Windsor Park Center for Lifelong Learning:
The Windsor Park Center for Lifelong learning (WPCLL)presents opportunities for continuing growth and enrichment through education, the creative and performing arts. Three resident-run task forces initiate and plan upcoming events and other opportunities for residents. Many events are opened to the public as well. For more information about WPCLL, contact Jim Steere by calling 630-510-4706 or via email JLSteere@covenantretirement.org.
More about Windsor Park:
Windsor Park is a faith-based retirement community located on 60 scenic acres in the western suburbs of Chicago. It is administered by Covenant Retirement Communities Inc. on behalf of the Board of Benevolence of the Evangelical Covenant Church. Windsor Park offers continuing care retirement including residential independent living apartments and duplex homes, assisted living, memory support and rehab & skilled nursing. Windsor Park allows you to optimize your retirement at any stage of your life in a community offering a haven for nature lovers and easy access to the metropolitan resources of Chicago. More information about Windsor Park can be found online at www.windsorparkillinois.org or by calling 630-510-4700. The executive director is Karen Larson. Jim Steere is the director of community services, and Marissa Samaan is the marketing director.
More about Richard Butman:
Richard Butman, Ph.D., has been a professor of psychology at Wheaton College since 1980. He is also a licensed clinical psychologist in Illinois. In addition, Dr. Butman works as a consultant and supervisor at two local training sites. He is co-author of "Modern Psychotherapies: A Comprehensive Christian Appraisal" (InterVarsity Press, 2011) and "Modern Psychopathologies: A Comprehensive Christian Appraisal" (InterVarsity Press, 2005).
At Wheaton College, he works closely with HoneyRock Camp and the Human Needs Global Resources Program (HNGR). His current research interests include ways to promote long term faithfulness across the lifespan through resiliency and effective coping strategies. You can contact Dr. Butman via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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