Living a Grateful Life
Being grateful increases
happiness, life satisfaction and optimism while it reduces toxic thoughts
such as envy, possessiveness and materialism. Gratitude is also an
antidote to anxiety and depression. Please join us for an evening
focused on exploring the positive psychological benefits of living
gratefully through psychodrama.
R. Salimbene, LCSW-R, CASAC, CDAC, CP, is a counselor in
private practice and also works at the Lexington Center for Recovery.
In addition to helping people move past their addictions, she works
with adolescents, adults and families find their way to living their
lives to their fullest. She is also a graduate of the School of Playback
Theatre and brings the spontaneity of improvisational theatre to her
work as a counselor and as a psychodramatist.
to Boughton Place: $10/ $5 for students and those on limited income.
Boughton Place is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Receipts for tax purposes are available upon request.
In case of questionable weather or for more information please call:
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to Boughton Place: DO NOT USE YOUR GPS once you turn south
onto Kisor Road as many of them misdirect you. Kisor Road is one street
east of the Hess Gas Station located on Rt 299 at the corner of New
Paltz Road and Rt 299 right past the border of New Paltz and Highland.
You will turn left onto Kisor if you are coming from the east (Highland,
Poughkeepsie, Port Ewen) , or turn right if you are coming from the
west (NYS Thurway, New Paltz). Once you make your turn onto Kisor,
Boughton Place is the first driveway on the left. The theater entrance
is the first door you come to. Go beyond the building to park and
walk back to the first door.