Last Call to Join the Circle Talk Leader Training!

Registration for the CircleTalk Leader Course closes on Thursday at 5 PM. We have 4 spots left! Contact us if you are interested in enrolling in this interactive and dynamic one day training program. In her TedTalk “The Simple Cure For Loneliness”, Baya Voce states that “Loneliness is an emotional state that we have when […]

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Reaching Out and Coming Together

I recently read an article by Senior Planet entitled “Aging Alone Doesn’t Have to Mean Lonely”. (Link Here). It brought up an important and often overlooked point: living alone does not necessarily mean one is lonely. According to a study from the University of California San Francisco, people aged 65 and under living alone are […]

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Taking the Lead, and Seeing the Light

As we prepare for our next CircleTalk Leader Certification Course on November 11th, I came across a wonderful piece of writing. It was written by Jack Williamson, a newly trained CircleTalk leader who was reflecting on his recent experience. Here’s what he had to say:   When lights come on… I am gratified when I […]

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New CircleTalk leader training dates!

By popular demand, CircleTalk is holding another public training. This is being held at the beautiful Academy Senior Living Residence in Boulder, Colorado on November 11th, 2016 from 8:30-5:00pm and is open to anyone who feels that they have the foundational aptitudes that will support being trained in our facilitation method to lead Circles. What are those aptitudes, you […]

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CircleTalk Now Happening in Four Boulder Senior Residences

We are excited to announce 3 new partnerships at CircleTalk! This month, we are pleased to team up with Frasier Meadows, Flatirons Terrace and The Carillon at Boulder Creek to lead CircleTalk for an experience of connection., belonging and relationships to their wonderful residents. And, we continue to offer CircleTalk to residents at Golden West […]

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In Defense of Living Until Ninety

Dr. George Vaillant, long-time director of the Harvard Grant Study of human development, wrote a critical commentary on Ezekiel Emanuel’s much-discussed article asserting that he planned not live beyond age 75. Vaillant has a different point of view: “For myself, once frightened of aging, I retired at 72, turning the directorship of the Harvard Study […]

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