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The Cameron is inviting residents of the town to participate in a new six-week Decluttering Workshop facilitated by Peggy Siegel, Retired Psychiatric Nurse and Co-facilitator- Jennifer Claro, MS-Community Counseling and COA Director
Dates: May 11th – July 6th at 10:30AM
This workshop is focused on giving participants the tools to reorganize, release and repurpose meaningful space in your home.
Have you struggled to de-clutter your space so that there is more room for you, family and friends, perhaps simply don’t know where to begin and/or need someone to help hold you accountable? Well this decluttering group may be the support you need.
We are fortunate to have Peggy Siegel recently retired psychiatric nurse, leading this group bringing over 40 years of experience helping individuals struggling with a wide variety of emotional and substance use challenges. She has also been an effective facilitator of many types of group as well as provided family and individual counseling. Peggy and her husband, Richard, also retired Professor of Psychology reside in Westford.
These workshops will be held every two weeks starting Wednesday, May 11th at the Cameron located at 20 Pleasant Street.
Each participant will be given the book, Buried in Treasures: Help for Compulsive, Acquiring, Saving and Hoarding by authors: David Tolin, Randy O. Frost and Gail Stekee for bi-weekly group discussions.
Please RSVP to 978-692-5523 for book, light pastry and coffee.