“Living well is the best revenge” is the theme of the My Avenging Angel WorkshopsTM being offered this winter in Wethersfield, Connecticut, by Susan M. Omilian of West Hartford, the workshop’s award-winning originator and facilitator. Described by participants as “life-changing,” the workshop provides a critical “next step” for women to break permanently out of the cycle of violence and “thrive” after abuse. Sponsored by the Hartford Hospital Domestic Violence Prevention Program and supported by Connecticut Alliance for Victim of Violence and Their Families Inc. (CT-ALIVE), the workshop will be held in two sessions on Saturday, February 9 and 16 at the Hartford Hospital Wethersfield Health Center, 1260 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield, CT. Participants should plan to attend both sessions of each workshop. The workshops are free of charge but advanced registration is required through the Hartford Hospital Health Referral Service at (860) 545-1888 or toll-free at 1-800-545-7664. Susan Omilian is an attorney and author who has worked as an advocate for women who have been abused for over thirty-five years. Her recently published book, The Thriver Workbook: Journey from Victim to Survivor to Thriver! (www.thethriverworkbookd.com) sets forth the motivational guidance she has successfully used in her workshops since 2001. For more about Susan and her workshops, go to www.myavengingangel.com
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