WOMEN WRITERS WELCOME AUTHOR AND COACH RENEE SIEGEL
SCOTTSDALE SOCIETY OF WOMEN WRITERS
Welcomes Renee Siegel, MA, LISAC, MAC
An Author of Non-fiction, a Counselor and Personal Coach
Founder of U R Pure Potential
WHO: ALL women writers!
WHY: Mission: Scottsdale Society of Women Writers gives members access to events of interest, a format for exchanging ideas, an opportunity to network with other women writers and authors in camaraderie and support, and an alliance with professionals relating to writing, publishing, and marketing.
WHAT: SPEAKER RENEE SIEGEL will be ready to help us prepare to move on from the pandemic’s trauma and go deeper into our writing!
Addressing Trauma with the Enneagram https://www.urpurepotential.com
Renée Siegel has been a counselor and coach for over 40 years. While the pandemic raged, she and a colleague found a way to help many who were struggling. They co-authored a book about trauma, called “Reclaiming YOU,” released on October 25, 2022.
“We started out crafting this book to help others. In the process, the book, helped me, my family and friends. We were all going through things that were out of the ordinary, and sometimes traumatic,” says Siegel.
This is Renée’s third book, others are “Lost and Found” and “Considering the Enneagram.” Renée is currently writing her first children’s book, hopefully to be released sometime next year!
“You may find yourself wondering if you have challenges, stress, and/or trauma in your life. Hopefully, after we meet you will be able to distinguish what the differences are and come away with some ideas and coping strategies for 2023,” says Siegel.
“Reclaiming YOU” is filled with information to help you better understand trauma. Real people gave permission to the authors to share their stories, including their resilience. Finally, Renee and her co-author compiled several strategies people use to manage and move through trauma based on their personality type.
WHEN: WED JANUARY 25th 6:00 pm at our new IN PERSON location at the Panera Bread at Gainey Village, Scottsdale, 8777 N. Scottsdale Road, #302.
Please RSVP AND PAY on my PayPal at [email protected] $20.00 each and confirm via email you will attend via text 480-250-5556 or email [email protected] NO PAYMENT AT THE DOOR: the $20 on PayPal is due by Sun PM 1/22/23. Thank you for your cooperation.
GUESTS: If you have a guest, please notify Patricia, the host, and have them contact her directly. Guests may visit on two occasions, and then we ask they join as a member.
PRICING: THE COST OF THE MEETING ($20.00) covers the food, the room and the speaker’s honorarium. The menu will consist of sandwich choices, salad choices, chips, cookies and a variety of beverages. Please consider purchasing a book from the speaker as an additional gesture of support. We thank you!
DUES: Dues are $50 annually. Upon joining, you receive a copy of the directory, the monthly newsletter and member support and camaraderie at all SSWW events, plus a plethora of professional speakers. Contact me for the form and pay on PayPal or mail to me – use [email protected] for my PayPal or text me at 480-250-5556 for my mailing address. The membership form will be emailed to you. Thank you
CHECK-IN: Please be on time and check-in to the restaurant between 5:15 and 5:30 pm. This allows you time to chat with members and guests, go through the buffet line and settle in for the meeting. The SSWW meeting starts promptly at 6:00 pm AZ Time (currently MST) NO PAYMENTS for the evening are accepted at the door and ALL those attending must RSVP at least three days in advance of the meeting and pay by that time. Thank you for allowing us to begin our new adventure with this venue.
Goals of the Group
• Value all the professional women writers sharing their expertise
• Honor all genres and all forms of professional writing
• Attend monthly meetings to move the group and its members forward
• Learn and share in the experiences of monthly professional speakers
• Grow the group to a membership of active and contributing women
• Encourage participation by members as mentors, and volunteers
• Support and challenge each other to always be writing
• Help members to stretch as writers and reach lofty personal goals
• Have fun, meet trustworthy women writers, share dreams