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What happens to our souls as we prepare to retire? While we might (or might not) have all the tools necessary to manage the massive change in our day-to-day lives, we might also find that the transition is accompanied by feelings, thoughts, and experiences that present us with new and profound difficulties. Join us as we discuss the spiritual challenges and opportunities for spiritual growth that often accompany retirement. Explore patterns of spiritual maturation, as well as obstacles to spiritual growth, in the midst of a massive reorganization of our worldly lives. This course is appropriate for those who have already retired, those near retirement, or for anyone seeking a better understanding of spiritual growth in mid-late adulthood.
Michael Winters, PhD, is a psychologist in private practice in Houston. He is a diplomate in logotherapy (meaning-centered psychotherapy) and serves on the faculty of the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy. He has published and presented on meaning-centered psychotherapy in the US, Canada, and Europe. [Organizer's description]