Depression in our loved ones will be the focus of the March 11th meeting held at the Bramwell House of the YWCA (59 Paul Robeson Place in Princeton) from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Through this important and timely presentation, participants will…
A short animated documentary film will be shown: “My Depression (The Up and Down of It)” written by Elizabeth Swados, and narrated by Sigourney Weaver, followed by “A Mother’s Perspective” with Scotia MacRae and “A Daughter’s Perspective” with Naomi Drew. Licensed psychotherapist Susan Rovello will offer professional insights and advice on how to support loved ones who live with depression. There will be a brief Q&A, plus informal time for participants to interact with each other and share a meal.
The program aims to show that, with the right interventions, it is indeed possible for people with depression to gain resilience and full enjoyment of life, regardless of what they’ve been through.
The Bramwell House is located behind the main brick building on the Princeton YWCA campus. On Sundays, you may park in the lot behind the YWCA. It is our tradition that guests bring a dish or a beverage to share (wine is fine!). You are welcome to bring a friend but please send us her full name at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to cancel your attendance, we would appreciate you letting us know by writing to our email address. Hope to see you there!