Dr. Jeanne Slattery, professor of psychology at Clarion University, will present “Ideas to Help you Keep your Resolutions” from 6 to 8 p.m. March 26 at Clarion Free Library, Main Street, Clarion. The presentation is free and open to the public.
Slattery has taught psychology at Clarion for 19 years, and often focuses her lectures and lessons on self-improvement and overcoming the many barriers of change. Since coming to Clarion in 1994, Slattery has published two books and numerous articles in her field. She also operates a small psychotherapy practice.
“Ideas to Help You Keep Your Resolutions” will address ways to bring about positive personal change, with an emphasis on avoiding maladaptive behaviors along the way. This is the second in a series of spring lectures, all of which are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided for each of the presentations in the series.
The personal enrichment series is part of a Community Fellows project funded by Clarion University and undertaken with the Clarion Free Library.
The next personal enrichment lecture, “I Found it on the Web so it Must be True,” will be held April 4.
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