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24 TUESDAY, JUNE 7- THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 HEALTH & FITNESS G ette Fee For Service. Sliding Fees, Medicaid Welcome (302) 226-3661 Coping in (302) 226-8090 difficult luvcld@yahoo.com times. www.govercounseling.com Betsy Brown joins staff in Rehoboth Certified Personal Trainer Betsy Brown, a native of Balti- more, will begin offering person- al training at The Firm Fitness Center in June. Located at the head of Rehoboth Avenue at Route 1, The Firm and its owner Paul Timmons, NSCA-CPT, fit Brown's definition of a gym that is "accessible to the community, offering a complete fitness facili- ty in a very convenient loca- tion." Brown has been active in the fitness communities of t nf I wonder what it would be like to not worry so much... SUBMITTED PHOTO CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER BETSY BROWN, left, is accepting clients at The Firm Fitness Center in Rehoboth Beach. Brown is shown with The Firm owner Paul Timmons. northern New Jersey and Re- hoboth Beach, where she trained clients for 51/2 years at another gym. Having trained a variety of clients, both men and women, ranging in age from 14 to 82 years old, she knows how to communicate effectively and de- fine the client's desired goals and achieve them. She attracts clients with a broad spectrum of goals includ- ing weight loss. "Some want to build muscle; some want to ward off diseases such as osteo- porosis; others want to increase their flexibility and strengthen their core. ' ffter defining a client's spe: cific goals, I apply the principles of exercise science, human anatomy, and biomechanics to develop and implement a cus- tomized fitness program." For her weight-loss clients, she re- works their favorite recipes, turning those dishes into more healthful choices. Brown is also certified as a nutrition and well- ness consultant by American Fitness Professionals and Asso- ciates. This certification quali- fies her to provide educ ited guidance to persons seeking nu- tritional advice on weight man- agement and enhancing health and fitness performance. "I be- lieve that diet is equally as im- portant as exercise in any well- ness regime. I talk to my clients about how diet can help them achieve not only their fitness goals but their healthy living Ju Get in touch with feelings with movies Movies can be simple, but ef- fective tools to get people in touch with their feelings. They can help release pent-up emo- tions of grief anger, and confu- sion and stimulate discussions that may lead to healing, resolu- tion, closure, understanding and forgiveness. VITAS Innovative Hospice Care of Delaware invites the public to take part in some cine- ma therapy from 1:30 to 4 p.m., Wednesday, June 8, and discover how shared experiences with grief and loss can move people forward in a journey of healing. Following the movie there will be an open group discussion. The film, "Love Happens," and discussion are free and open to the public. Movie snacks will be provided. This collaborative program will be hosted at The Wellness Community - Delaware's Sussex facility, at 18947 John J. W'flliams Highway, Suite 312, Rehoboth. All programs offered at TWC are free of charge to people affected by cancer and their loved ones. To register, call 302-645-9150. The Wellness Community - Delaware, an affiliate of the Can- cer Support Community, is part of a national nonprofit organiza- tion that provides support, edu- cation and hope to people with cancer and their loved ones. Through participation in pro- fessionally led support groups, educational workshops and mind/body classes, people af- fected by cancer learn vital skills that enable them to regain con- trol, reduce isolation and restore hope regardless of the stage of disease. At The Wellness Community - Delaware, all programs are free of.charge. More information about The Wellness Community is available at www.wdlness- delaware.org. goals as well," she said. Brown's targeted weight-loss program had excellent results for one client who lost an amazing 80 pounds. During June, Brown is offering a free consultation to anyone in- terested in improving their fit- ness level. Interested individuals can call her at 973-600-9510 to make an appointment or for more information, or email beachtrainer@comcast.net. Visit www.thefirmfitnesscenter.com for more information. Carolyn 1. Gover Psychotherapist I can't help but worry about my mom being home alone. I want her to enjoy her senior years -- but.howwill we find the "right" community for her? We chose the comforts of home... We felt a warm, welcoming feeling the moment we entered Brandywine. Sure it was beautiful.., but the people we met and friendly staff are what made it so inviting. We chose for her to be safe... Some days are a little harder for my mom than others and it is comforting to know that she has the support of the wonderful Brandywine staffwhen she needs them, including nurses on-site, not on call, 24 hours a day We chose her happiness... Now she has something to look forward to everyday! Brandywine offers so many activities that interest her... from local outings to crafts and movie nights...there is always something for her to enjoy with her new friends. There are so many good choices available -- but only one great one... Choose Brandywine/ Call to schedule your complimentary lunch & tour 302.226.8750 Join us every Friday at 2:30pm HAppY HOUR zoith LIVE ENTERTAINMENT BRANDYWINE ASSISTED LIVING at Seaside Pointe --#e A Brandywine Senior Living Community 36101 Seaside Boulevard I. Rehoboth Beach, DE Located directly behind Giant on Route One