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Taking Charge of Change: Divorce Matters Helps Women in Transition

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Taking Charge of Change: Inspiration for Women in Transition, an event created by women for women facing divorce or the death of a partner, is being held on March 15, 2012, at Artwork Network (878 Santa Fe, Denver, CO) from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.

This event is free to attend and designed to give women access to the range of emotional, financial, legal, and physical resources they might need during a divorce.

This event kicks off an upcoming seminar series that features advice, seminars, and professional expertise for separating or newly single women””advice and information that will help them take charge of the changes they face to move forward with their lives.

The kick-off event on March 15 features two talented, accomplished women who have juggled motherhood and careers, coupled with life-changing divorces. Heidi Williams, the Mayor of Thornton, will lead off the evening’s presentation. Mayor Williams is a politician, business owner, and mother who understands the challenges busy women face as they balance all of life’s responsibilities. Once divorced and now remarried, Mayor Williams will share her secrets for turning personal change into opportunity.

Colleen Bushby, founder of Savvy Divorced Chicks, is a nationally known expert on personal transformation for women facing divorce or other significant life changes. When Colleen faced her divorce””with four young children in tow””she turned her personal crisis into a new beginning, launching a new career and uncovering the keys she needed to take back her power, emotionally, financially and personally, during and after her divorce.

At the March 15th event, financial experts, family and relationship therapists, and image experts will be on hand to talk to women about maintaining their financial, emotional, and physical well-being while navigating newly single lives.

For more information on this event or to register, visit www.divorce-matters.com/events, email [email protected] or call 720.542.6142.

The March 15th event will be followed by a month-long, four-part series to help newly-separated or newly-single women balance well-being while managing personal change.

Those sessions will provide women with access to experts who can help them with all aspects of the changes touching their lives, including:

April 5”“ Dr. Pat Covalt, Family and Relationship Expert
4:30 to 6:30 pm / Strings Restaurant, 1700 Humboldt, Denver, Colorado
Few divorces are smooth and easy from an emotional and psychological perspective. Dr. Covalt will share her secrets to navigating the emotional waters and protect your emotional health and the health of those most impacted by the divorce.

April 19”“ Maureen Kelley, Wells Fargo Wealth Services
4:30 to 6:30 pm / Strings Restaurant, 1700 Humboldt, Denver, Colorado
Take charge of change to improve your financial health. Maureen Kelley from Wells Fargo Private Wealth Services will explain how women can exercise greater control of their finances to achieve greater financial health, particularly when change happens.

April 26”“ Keri Blair, Keri Blair Image Experts
4:30 to 6:30 pm / Strings Restaurant, 1700 Humboldt, Denver, Colorado
As mothers, wives, and working professionals, women often lose self-esteem as they seek to accommodate so many different expectations. Keri will show women how to look and feel better physically, a key component to greater emotional balance and health.

For more information, call 720.542.6142.

To register, visit www.divorce-matters.com/events or email [email protected].