Personal Legacy Workshop

Presented by Aging in Place Mendonoma (AIPM)

A workshop addressing “How do people perceive you now?”


Thursday, May 18, 2017, 1 pm – 3 pm; Sign up by May 12, 2017

Arts Center

$25, plus $5 after May 12 sign up deadline.

 

The presentation, Personal Legacy is asking the participant, “How do I want to be known?  Remembered?” This workshop will explore relationship building with those closest to you, your workplace relationships and your relationship with yourself.  How to paint a self-portrait through relationships and self-awareness.

Andrew Steiger, Licensed Clinics Social Worker with RCMS, will discuss building and maintaining relationships throughout your life.  Local film maker and resident Jim Yager will use his extensive interviewing and storytelling experience to help participants come up with questions for themselves that will be the most revealing in terms of who they are as individuals and how they would like to be thought of in their relationships with others.

How these relationships are built and then maintained will influence how people come to know you and remember you. Are you thought of as kind?  Loving? Clever? Serious?


Andrew Steiger, Licensed Clinics Social Worker (LCSW)
Point Arena & Gualala Clinics

Andrew Steiger, LCSW, received his Masters of Social Work from Yeshiva University and joined the RCMS behavioral health team in 2016. He has advanced training in individual, family, and group counseling.  He specializes in counseling for adolescents, adults, couples, and family therapy, stress management, and quality of life.


Jim Yager is an expert at interviewing people.  Jim will offer insights and techniques in learning how to ask yourself the tough questions that will help uncover who you are.

Yager is an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning independent producer, director, writer, and art director with over twenty-five years of experience in broadcast productions and marketing, as well as industrial video production for a wide range of businesses and non-profits.

His expertise is in storytelling.