Groups are formed on a first come first serve basis. The fee is $80 for the series of 8 sessions; scholarships are available. If interested, contact us by phone (415) 234-5040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org [continue reading]
Printed in the Marin Independent Journal Letters to the Editor Readers’ Forum March 28, 2015.
AgeSong Marin a good resource for seniors
I read with interest your March 20 article about the challenges facing Marin’s growing aging population, and would like to call people’s attention to another valuable resource available for seniors 65 years and older. [continue reading]
AgeSong offers alternative aging perspectives
By Ann Mizel
From The Ark, January 28, 2015
View full article with photos here: AgeSong_The Ark
Aging is often associated with loss, but it can also be a time of discovery.
Tiburon’s Ann Coffey, director and co-founder of AgeSong Marin, a volunteer-led program of small discussion groups for Marin seniors, believes “old age can be a privilege, and that attitude makes all the difference.”
Coffey, a retired clinical psychologist, says she gleaned her perspective from the program’s co-founder, author Elizabeth Bugental, who wrote “AgeSong: Meditations for Our Later Years.” A retired marriage and family counselor, Bugental came up with the idea for AgeSong Marin and Coffey offered to help. [continue reading]