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New Perspectives - Jun, 1995 Issue #34 

CHANGING DIRECTIONS
Summer Program sponsored by The NorthStar Center
Jeannie Crowell and Jane Stewart
Bend, Oregon
503-385-8657

A Summer Adventure Honoring Young Women, Changing Directions consists of six weeks of personal growth challenges for females ages 14 years and older. It is designed for women seeking a safe place to take a time-out from their usual activities and desire to spend a summer increasing personal understanding, self-respect and self-awareness. 

Step-by-step, young women develop the strength and insight to take control of their lives, regaining personal power. In addition to living in a structured environment where emotional development is nurtured through individual and group counseling, our young women also participate in these exciting activities: 

14 Day Wilderness Trek 
3 Day Personal Growth Workshop 
Community Interaction & Outreach Projects 
Health & Body Awareness Education Week 
Family Interaction Workshop 
Graduation Ceremony 
Follow-up during the upcoming year. 

It is an all female staff who are trained professionals with bachelor & master degrees in psychology and education. It also includes young women from last year's program coming back for the summer to share their experience and knowledge through internship positions. 

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