Bishop’s Ranch

The 3rd Act: A New Stage & Purpose
for Women Over Fifty

Come to find fresh and vibrant perspectives on shaping a purposeful life
as you enter mid-life and reach beyond.

bishops ranch retreats

November 5 – 7, 2017

2 nights/6 meals (Sunday dinner-Tuesday lunch)
$230 commuter rate
$350 double occupancy
$425 single occupancy (limited availability)

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Now free from social expectations and family obligations, with a longer life expectancy and better health than previous generations, you have the opportunity to turn your dreams into realities and to present a new you. Consider anew the options that might have seemed impractical before as you prioritize how to spend the next phase of your life. Redefine what it means to get older as you cultivate the wisdom of experience, an appreciation of who you are, and the pure joy of being present.

This workshop is practical and experiential, providing tools, guidance, and encouragement throughout. Re-invent your future among a supportive group of women working together to create a life purposefully chosen.

Patricia Cavanaugh is a life coach and has been a psychotherapist for close to thirty years. She is the owner of The 3rd Act and a member of St John’s Episcopal Church of Oakland, California. For more information, read About Us or visit www.patriciacavanaughmft.com

Ellie Klevins guides people to create happiness and success – at work and beyond. She has over 20 years of corporate Human Resources experience and deep expertise in helping people create inspiring new beginnings as they approach what used to be called retirement.

Testimonial

“I attended the 3rd Act retreat last October and it was a wonderful experience. Now that I am ready to take a deep dive into what my 3rd Act might look like, I was inspired and supported to make it a reality. Loved the facilitation, the other women, and the location. Win Win Win!” ~ Cynthia Riggs

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