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Center for Life Transitions Gives 25K Gift to St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Milwaukee, Wisconsin – July 13, 2010 - "I want to say how grateful we are for your faithful support of the care we provide," Sr. Edna Lonergan, OSF, President of St. Ann Center, expressed after receiving a donation from the Center for Life Transitions at the St. Ann's Center in Bay View. [...]

July 13th, 2010|All, News|

Center for Life Transitions Gift Allows Church to Expand Senior Services

A gift of $5,000 from The Center for Life Transitions, a counseling and resource facility headquartered in Bridgewater, NJ (www.centerforlifetransitions.net), will enable North Branch Reformed Church of Bridgewater (www.nbrc.com) to offer new and expanded services to senior citizens through its Elder Care Advocate program. "Thanks to this generous gift from The Center for Life Transitions, [...]

March 15th, 2010|All, News|

Center For Life Transitions Gift To Aid Elderly and Disabled

For Immediate Release: June 15, 2009 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Contact: tbachhuber@centerforlifetransitions.net Dr. Tom Bachhuber Center For Life Transitions Gift To Aid Elderly and Disabled St. Ann’s Center of Intergenerational Care in St. Francis, Wisconsin (www.stanncenter.org) is pleased to acknowledge a gift of $2,400.00 from The Center for Life Transitions, Inc. headquartered in Bridgewater, New Jersey. The [...]

June 16th, 2009|All, News|

New Center Helps People Embrace Change

For Immediate Release: April 15, 2009 By: Allyssa Ann Hintzen, UW Milwaukee Journalism Dept. New Center Helps People Embrace Change The Center for Life Transitions, Inc. is dedicated to serving people at “crossroads” in their personal, professional and spiritual lives. The idea for The Center began when two friends at North Branch Reformed Church in Bridgewater, NJ, Tom Bachhuber and Scott Pontier, regularly shared their concerns about career, family life and faith and those of the clients they served. It all began around 1992; Tom was a career management consultant and Vice President of a recruitment firm and Scott was a therapist and President of his own EAP. They quickly discovered how similar their thinking—and dreams– were. An organization to help people in transition could be truly valuable—one which brings together best practices in counseling, family therapy, career coaching and also encourages clients to examine their faith as they address change in their lives. […]

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April 15th, 2009|All, News|