the connecticut cfids & fm association, inc.
p.o. box 3010 milford, ct 06460 infoline: (800) 952-2037

notice: the seminar scheduled for feb. 13th has been canceled


the connecticut chronic fatigue and immune
dysfunction syndrome & fibromyalgia association, inc.

presents a free seminar series at the welles-turner memorial library glastonbury, ct 06033

health and wellness in the person with cfids/fm

january 23rd, 6:30-8 pm
how to feel good 101: begin the healing process with the basic principals of health

cheryl o’donnell, n.c., will discuss the what, why and how of healing your body at the cellular level. every day your body replaces 300 billion cells. if the new cells are healthier than the old cells they are replacing, you are on your way to wellness. the key to healthy cells is providing the body with the basic principles of health.

rather than chase the symptoms of disease with specific medications, supplements and herbal formulas, these principles provide your body with what it needs to heal itself, naturally. these basic principles include: water, oxygen, minerals, nutrition, ph balance, positive attitude, lifestyle changes, digestion and detoxification.

come learn how to incorporate these fundamental principles into your daily life and overall wellness program. cheryl is a graduate of the trinity college of natural health, with certifications in nutritional counseling and colon health care. she was diagnosed with cfids in 1989 and chronic lyme disease in 2004.

february 13th, 6:30-8 pm
growing as a couple and a family in spite of chronic illness

chronic illnesses, like many other stressors impacts couple and family dynamics deeply. we will discuss strategies and methods to help ensure that the impact fosters growth-in each person and in each relationship. our goal will be to learn how to continue to feel connected to those we love in the face of a sometimes adversarial illness.

daniel t. cocchiola, ms, is a school counselor, graduate adjunct professor of school counseling, vice president of secondary school counselors in the connecticut school counselor association. he is the husband of a person with cfids and fm.


from new haven-91 north to exit #25-26 onto ct-3 north toward glastonbury. take the main st/glastonbury exit toward glastonbury blvd. turn left onto glastonbury blvd and then turn right onto main street, glastonbury.

from hartford-84 east toward boston, exit #55 onto ct-2 east toward new london/norwich, exit #8/ct-94 and a right onto hebron ave toward glastonbury center, take right onto main street, glastonbury.

for more information: call our info. line at 800-952-2037.

for the comfort of all please no aroma products should be worn!!
(hairspray, gel, perfume, aftershave, etc.)

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