The holidays can be a stressful time. Join us at the Woodbridge Main Library December 9 at 7PM as Marriage and Family Therapist Terry Jeter guides us on how to relax and think mindfully. Participants will leave knowing how to stay present during the holidays; minimize stress, anxiety, and depressive moods; work through grieving of loss ones; and reduce the level of family stress.
Registration is required. Please register here or call 732-634-4450.
Terry Jeter is a Marriage and Family Therapist by Profession and an “Up and Coming Motivational Speaker!” “LoveCoach LifeCoach” Who Advocate for Healthy Relationships and the Importance of Mental Health. Terry is dedicated to coaching men and women through to, “Their True Authentic Self!” Terry takes on a collaborative approach in helping men and women clarify specific relationship struggles and general conditions in their life or profession. The end results provide valuable and effective solutions to their specific struggles.
Currently, Terry provides In Home Crisis Counseling for children, teens/adolescents, young adults and their families. Offers a wide range of services-from individual coaching, Key note speeches, love coach-recover from broken relationship, life coach-regain authentic self, seminars and workshops on building better relationships.
Of course there is no better way than to celebrate the holidays then with music and scenes from holiday films. We also take a look behind the scenes of the Radio City Music Hall Holiday Spectacular! Scenes from the show includes the Rockettes, and of course the arrival of Santa Claus.
We travel around the world seeking out the best Christmas markets. We also go to Rockefeller Center in New York City to see the spectacular Christmas tree all lit up and shining brightly!
Jeff Kampf first went to school for music at the Manhattan School of Music in New York, and worked and performed in the event planning and entertainment industry until 2001. After attaining a B.A. in history from Rutgers University, and earning a M.A. degree in history and education from The College of New Jersey, he became a high school history teacher. In 2009, he earned his 2nd M.A. in genocide and Holocaust Studies from Kean University, and started teaching at the college level.
This is a hybrid event! This event will take place in-person at the Woodbridge Main Library. If you do not feel comfortable attending the event in-person we will also be streaming the event via Zoom.