Womanhood Well, Inspired by Lori Gottlieb's Maybe You Should Talk To Someone w/ Emily Glod, LCSW Join our Womanhood Well as we journey together through Lori Gottlieb’s memoir Maybe You Should Talk to Someone together. As a therapist who is seeking therapy for her current personal circumstance, Gottlieb “invites us into her world as both clinician and patient, examining the truths and fictions we tell ourselves and others as we teeter on the tightrope between love and desire, meaning and mortality, guilt and redemption, terror and courage, hope and change.”

In this series, we will use the ideas from this riveting text to dig into our own inner chambers and relationships, while strengthening our connections to each other with the thoughtful facilitation of local psychotherapist and Everwell member, Emily Glod, LCSW.

Join us for Part 4 of the series, as we discuss Carrying the Beautiful. Participants are asked to pre-read Part 4.

Series Dates + Topics:

Part 1 - September 16 | 12-1pm EST
The Beginning of Knowing
pre-read: Part 1

Part 2: September 30 | 12-1pm EST
The Honesty of Our Stories
pre-read: Part 2

Part 3: October 14 | 12-1pm EST
Entering the Darkness
pre-read: Part 3

Part 4: October 28 | 12-1pm EST
Carrying the Beautiful
pre-read: Part 4

It's encouraged, but not required, to attend all four of the sessions of our Womanhood Well. Even if you miss a session or two, we welcome you to dive back in at any point.

Call in your order of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone to Barrett Bookstore or your local bookstore to secure your copy, or you can purchase the audiobook here.

Complimentary for Members
$59 for Non-Members*

*Price includes four-part series.

**Zoom meeting link will be included in your emailed ticket confirmation.

Session will be recorded so that members who are unable to attend may access the conversation.

In the event that you must cancel your reservation, tickets are non-refundable 24 hours prior to the event. Please email connect@theeverwell.com for all cancellation requests.

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