April 2024

SUJAAG is excited to bring you a year long series called, Building Better Communities where we come together to discuss ways to improve our community from various aspects.

The second in this series of events is Building a Sustainable community, and we are lucky to have some amazing experts who will help us learn how to make small changes in our everyday lives. 

During this engaging session, we will delve into the power of kindness and explore practical strategies for infusing it into our daily lives and interactions. From simple acts of social etiquette to creating inclusive spaces, we'll discuss how each of us can contribute to creating a more empathetic and supportive community.

Our Panelists

Dr. Rohini Vira specializes in working with individuals, couples and families on a wide range of emotional, relational and social issues. She earned her doctorate from the Ohio State University, and has taught in the Couples and Family Therapy program at the University of Oregon. Before starting her practice two decades ago, she worked in hospitals, veteran’s affairs clinics, and community mental health hospitals.

Dr. Vira’s advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy, Imago and Family Systems therapy allows her to offer cutting-edge, short-term therapeutic approach to facilitate change, personal growth and greater contentment. She strongly believes in resiliency and one’s ability to rebound from life’s challenges. In her free time, Dr. Vira loves to spend time with her teenage boys, run, and travel.

Stacey Uhrig is a Certified Coach recognized for her expertise in Trauma Recovery, with certifications in Hypnotherapy and Rapid Transformational Therapy. With over five decades of fostering emotional resilience and gaining post-traumatic insight, she is known as "The Mindset Flipper." Stacey's approach empowers individuals to tackle life's challenges from a new perspective, triggering a mindset shift that leads to discovering greater purpose and inner peace. She specializes in advanced techniques such as Parts Work, Polyvagal Theory, and Trauma Recovery Techniques, guiding clients “back to self” and re-installing their authenticity in self-worth, confidence, voice, and choice.

In today's fast-paced world, fostering a culture of compassion and understanding is more crucial than ever, and we believe that together, we can make a meaningful difference in our community.

This is a free event, however, registration is required

Venue: Livingston United Methodist Church

290 W Hobart Gap Rd, Livingston, NJ 07039

Date: April 21st, 2024

Time: 4:30 - 6:30 pm

Cost: Free, but Registration is required

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