ANE & MAPS Host Bestselling Author Dr. Thomas Moore Dec. 4

Antioch University New England’s Department of Applied Psychology and MAPS Counseling Services will join forces to bring renowned author Dr. Thomas Moore to Keene on Thursday evening, December 4 at 7 p.m. This free public event will be held at the Best Western Sovereign Hotel, 401 Winchester Street, in Keene, NH.

Dr. Moore is one of America’s best-known and respected lecturers and authors on spirituality and life. A theologian and psychotherapist, he is the author of The New York Times bestseller, Care of the Soul and eighteen other books. He has appeared on The Oprah Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and Sunday Morning on CBS. Dr. Moore will speak about the importance of developing a spiritual dialogue with ourselves and others to create emotional health and strong relationships. A question and answer period will follow his presentation.

This event is the concluding program of Antioch New England’s fall speaker series. The series provides opportunities for the greater community to gather for evenings of discussion and thoughtful exchange on topics of special interest and current events.

For more information about this program contact Ramona Branch at (603) 283-2152 or Jan Fiderio at (603) 283-2107.

About Dr. Thomas Moore
Learn more about Dr. Thomas Moore’s extensive writings, lectures, and speaking events by visiting his website.

About MAPS Counseling Services
Since 1973, MAPS Counseling Services (MAPS) has endeavored to integrate the insights and techniques provided by professionally trained psychotherapists with the healing resources of spirituality, all with an eye toward helping individuals and families to find meaningful answers to life’s problems. MAPS is currently celebrating its thirty-fifth anniversary.
Learn more about MAPS by visiting its website.

About Antioch University New England’s Department of Applied Psychology
At the heart of all Antioch New England Department of Applied Psychology programs is a personal and professional commitment to social justice for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Rigorous programs intertwine theory with practice, valuing both academic excellence and hands-on clinical experience. At Antioch New England, you develop the clinical skills that help your clients, while applying your emerging unique professional style. Antioch New England is known for producing many of the best mental health professionals in New England and in the country.

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