Overcoming Your Silent Struggle for Reinvention
Beginning February 21, 2020
Instructed by Dr. Hilary Berger, Founder Work Like a Mother®
Results-oriented class for stay at home moms who are ready and willing to tackle obstacles leading to navigating a successful professional re-invention including psychological immobilization, loss of confidence, obsolete skills and lack of direction. This is a comprehensive program for moms ready to reclaim their lives and vitality. This class teaches moms how to put her life back on the map while raising children, live more authentically, rebuild professional relevance and be fulfilled without compromising parenting choices.
* Experience and benefit from a proven career development model for moms who have been away from professional activities for many years.
* Examination and repackaging of your skills, accomplishments and interests acquired from your educational and professional experiences (pre-children) combined with your volunteer experiences and accomplishments while at home with your children.
* End the fear, isolation, and immobilization around creating renewed personal and professional purpose and meaning outside of parenting
* Build actual professional relevance through skilling up while parenting to become competitive in the workplace
Time: 10:30am-12:30pm,Wilton Y Conference Room
Price: $395.00 Y members, $450.00 non-members
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About the Instructor: Hilary Berger is the founder of Work Like a Mother a veteran Career Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her Doctoral Degree from Columbia University’s Teachers College. With office locations in Fairfield County Connecticut, Dr. Berger has pioneered a solution-oriented career counseling system designed exclusively for mothers at home raising their children. She has counseled women in transition both in university settings and in private practice for over 30 years. She has spoken at national conferences, authored numerous articles on the Career Implications for Stay at Home Moms, conducts courses and workshops for large and small audiences. She is currently also working at Columbia University’s Teachers College counseling students. Most importantly she is a mother herself who lived the challenges of striving to be the best mother she could be while fighting to protect her professional identity across her parenting years. Now an empty nester with children ages 25,24,22 and 18, she elected 25 years ago to leave her full- time career to stay at home with her four children, giving her first-hand knowledge of her clients’ experiences and unique challenges. She is currently writing a book to share the Work Like a Mother® transformational career counseling method with women around the globe.
Praise for Work Like a Mother –
I came to Hilary for help when I was stuck at a crossroads in my life. Hilary gave me validation – of who I was, of what I had experienced, of my own unique challenges. This was exactly what I needed to set me free. Hilary’s compassionate intelligence gave me the strength and courage to start on the road to much-needed change, and I will always be grateful to Hilary for helping me find my way.
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