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  • Resiliency Center Events To Include Anniversary Celebration

    The Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) will celebrate its first anniversary on September 23.

  • RCN To Host Free LinkedIn Workshop, September 19

    UPDATE (Wednesday, September 18): This article has been updated to reflect the correct start time for the LinkedIn workshop

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    The Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) will host a free LinkedIn workshop in conjunction with Nutmeg Healthcare Recruiters on Friday, September 19. The workshop will run from 10 am until 2 pm at RCN.

  • ‘Essentials First’ At RCN, Thursday

    The Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) announces “Essentials First,” a workshop on essential oils and their effects on emotional and physical health, to take place Thursday, September 4, from 1 to 2:30 pm.

    Kristen Van Wey will present the program, which will share the therapeutic values of essential oils and supplements. Attendees will learn how to cleanse, support, and heal from the inside out. The program will have a focus on supporting emotional health and PTSD through the use of essential oils.

  • Multiple Organizations To Present ‘A Day Of Shared Experience’

    Six community organizations have come together to present “A Day of Shared Experience,” Saturday, May 31, from 9:15 am to 2:30 pm, at Walnut Hill Community Church, 156 Walnut Hill Road in Bethel.

  • Workshop For Kids & Parents, Yoga For Adults At Resiliency Center

    There was such a tremendous response to her last visit, Suzanne Rossini is returning to The Resiliency Center (RCN) this week.

    Ms Rossini will offer a workshop on Friday, May 9, at 4:15 pm.

    EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique but is commonly referred to as Tapping.

    Tapping is a self-soothing tool for children to help gain control over their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

  • Start Time Changed For Storytelling Event At Resiliency Center

    The Resiliency Center of Newtown will offer a children’s storytelling event with Joan Almon on Thursday, March 27. The program will begin at 3:15 and is recommended for children ages 5 and up. It had originally been announced with a 4:15 start time.

    Stephanie Cinque, founder and director of the center, announced the change on Friday, March 21. The decision to start the program early was made in part due to an early dismissal of Newtown’s public schools, she said. 

  • Workshops, Class Preview At Resiliency Center

    UPDATE: Please note this article has been corrected to reflect the correct start time of the March 18 Positive Discipline introductory class.

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    The Resiliency Center of Newtown has added two events to its schedule, both coming up within the next week. A new series of classes will also begin within the week.

  • Resiliency Center Announces February 1 Event For Children, February 4 Tapping Solution Workshop

    The Resiliency Center of Newtown has added two events to its schedule, both coming up within the next week.

    The first program, on Saturday, February 1, at 11 am, will be a youth enrichment experience. Dr Joe facilitates the Creation Song Project’s easy-to-learn rhythms on the big drums, healing song chants and simple step dance.

    Children will experience the healing power of music and the connection we all share in the Medicine Wheel of Life in this one hour program. All ages are welcome. 

  • Second Music For Newtown Auction Goes Live Today, Proceeds To Benefit Resiliency Center

    Music For Newtown will hold its second online auction January 22-29. Numerous artists, including Lorde, Miley Cyrus, Brittany Spears, Black Sabbath and many others have donated special limited edition items to the online auction. Bidding opens at 3 pm today, and will continue until 9 pm Wednesday, January 29.

  • ‘Taking The Next Step,’ With Resiliency Center

    The Resiliency Center of Newtown will sponsor a course, “Creative Insight: Taking the Next Step,” which was instrumental in helping hundreds of 9/11 family and community members move forward with their lives.