An A to Z Dating Guide for Lasting Love
Sun., Oct. 10, 2021 • 1:00pm PT • Corte Madera Store
From single to happily ever after...
Any woman who wants to marry can...once she learns how. Marriage Minded's A-to-Z format—packed with warmth, wisdom, and humor—makes the process fun and informative. You will learn how to overcome obstacles, meet men, and date constructively; you'll read about single women of all ages who became happily married; and in Marcia Naomi Berger, you'll have a sensitive guide to creating the lasting, loving union you've always wanted. After her parents divorced, Berger became a long-term commitmentphobe who stayed single for many years. Now happily married for more than thirty-three years, this psychotherapist and clinical social worker's mission is to help others create marriages that fulfill them—emotionally, spiritually, physically, and materially.
Marcia Naomi Berger (née Fisch), MSW, LCSW, leads dynamic marriage and communication workshops and is a popular speaker at conferences. In addition to working as a clinical social worker with a private psychotherapy practice in San Rafael, California, she’s taught continuing education classes for therapists at the University of California Berkeley Extension, Alliant International University, and online and in person for various professional associations. While employed by the City and County of San Francisco, she held senior-level positions in child welfare, alcoholism treatment, and psychiatry. She also served as a lecturer on the clinical faculty at the University of California, School of Medicine, and as executive director of Jewish Family and Children’s Services of the East Bay. Berger lives in Marin County, California, with her husband, David Berger. She gives their weekly marriage meetings major credit for their lasting happiness together, which inspired her to write her first book, Marriage Meetings for Lasting Love: 30 Minutes a Week to the Relationship You’ve Always Wanted. Find more at www.marriagemeetings.com.
Marcia Naomi Berger photo by Patty Spinks