Serving All Women in the San Francisco Bay Area & Beyond!
An Interactive Workshop on Conflict Resolution
Saturday, August 6th, 12:00 – 2:00 PM
Come and join our speakers Elisabeth Seaman and Julie Roche to learn how it is possible to resolve conflicts with people you know. When reconciled, a conflict can be the gift of a second chance.
How to Become a 9 to 5 Refugee
Six Sessions, Thursdays, Beginning June 16th,
Become a 9 to 5 Refugee. Join Terri Sarappo as she walks you through how to take your creative ideas and make them a reality! Register today!
For Women 50+ in Transition
Get Clear About What’s Next!
Six Sessions, Thursdays, Beginning June 16th, 1:30-3:30PM, $149
with Donna Scheifler
Mentor, Facilitator & Guide
After Being Everything for Everybody Else in Your Life,
Are You Ready to Get Clear about What YOU Want?
If someone asked you, “What’s next in your life?” What would you say? If you don’t have a clue, please join us as we explore this question together.
Deborah’s Palm is a special place created just for you. We know that during your lifetime you will experience diverse challenges and the ups and downs of life. Regardless of what you are going through, you are welcome here. There are no membership fees and you can drop in anytime: join a group, read a book, meet with a counselor, or just relax and have a cup of tea.
Our goal is to meet you where you are, whether it’s dealing with a loss of a loved one, being an empty-nester, moving to the Bay Area or needing job support. Maybe you’re interested in knitting, cooking or art. How about exploring a new untapped passion for poetry or writing?
We have programs and services with you in mind, and also, provide referrals to other local agencies.
There is always something exciting going at Deborah’s Palm. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Deborah’s Palm is a non-profit organization offering all women a place to unwind, connect with others, discover new options, and restore a sense of well-being. In a warm and welcoming environment, women can find encouragement and support via professional counseling, access to resources, activities, classes, mentoring and community service projects.
Photo Credit: Stacie Baptist, Mary des Jardins