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Free Positive Psychology Seminar A


Anna A. Gaitanos, MEd


nna A. Gaitanos, MEd, will be offering a free Positive Psychology & Well-Being seminar at 6 p.m., on Wednesday, January 11, to help attendees create a personalized plan for 2017 and become more engaged and energized throughout your day so you feel more successful at the end of each day. “Positive Psychology utilizes more of what you already have to make your life more fulfilling”, states Gaitanos. “Maybe you have


been considering making some changes professionally, maybe you would like to de-clutter or become more organized, maybe you want to start taking better care of your health or making more time for family and friends, This seminar is based on the understanding that everyone already has everything that they need to have a better life. You can learn how to identify resourc- es you already have to make changes toward better well-being, increased resilience to stress, and encourage positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning and achievement.”


Location: Bethlehem Public Library South Side Branch 400 Webster Street. Register by phone 610-867-7852 or online at Stage4Change.com. See ad page 58.


Nick Theodorou, Naturopath


Five Points to Good Health D


r. Nick Theodorou, a traditional natu- ropath, will speak about his nationally


recognized Five Point Program, a common- sense approach that can be used to develop a personal healthy lifestyle, at a Wellness Gathering from 7 to 8:30 p.m., January 26, in Bethlehem. Topics include diet, exercise and supplements with a Q & A session. Hosted by Health Options Institute, Participants will learn about eating


a wholesome diet, getting prudent exercise, the proper use of supplements, getting quality sleep and reducing stress. The- odorou is an internationally recognized expert on nutritional supplements, including glutathione enhancement. “I like hosting gatherings of people interested in learning


about natural health”, states Theodorou. “These upbeat and fun get-togethers weave together the latest scientific and medical breakthroughs in natural health with a calming and realistic back-to-nature approach.” The open forum allows a lively ex- change with lots of questions and answers. Attendees can learn to have more energy, lose weight, sleep better, avoid sickness, fight disease and live a long, healthy life.


Admission is free. Location: Health Options Institute, 1926 Second St., (off Willow Park Rd.) Bethlehem 18020. For more information and registration (recommended), call 610-419- 3535. See ad page 60.


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