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About Ellen Bachmeyer

Ellen Bachmeyer, LCSW, helps women in their 50s 60s and 70s as they move through life transitions to create new meaning and emerge with an inspired life. She has been a practicing psychotherapist for over 35 years and has supported women with many transitions from divorce, to caretaking and grieving to remarriage, grandparenting and encore careers. Ellen is passionate about helping women who face cultural barriers to finding and expressing their voices on their way to thriving in every season of their lives. Her website is Windhorse Center http://www.windhorse-center.com
Latest Posts | By Ellen Bachmeyer
Why Women Should Reclaim Their Power: Let’s Speak Up!
1 month ago

Why Women Should Reclaim Their Power: Let’s Speak Up!

In light of the events that have been circulating on TV and social media over the last several weeks and months, where women have been speaking up about sexual harassment and human rights, I have been deeply moved. Read More

Stop Being So Hard on Yourself! 8 Ways to Handle Self-Diminishing Thoughts
2 months ago

Stop Being So Hard on Yourself! 8 Ways to Handle Self-Diminishing Thoughts

Have you ever wondered why you are so hard on yourself at times? Have you wanted to explore something new, like joining a new group you’re interested in? Read More

3 Ways to Answer the Question “What’s Next?” in Life After 60
6 months ago

3 Ways to Answer the Question “What’s Next?” in Life After 60

Have you thought about what you want to do with the rest of your life? Do you ask yourself, “What’s next?” or, “What’s left?” It can be a challenge to think about what you want to do. However, answering the question of “what’s next” is critically important for success. Read More

How to Recharge Your Batteries by Experiencing Nature’s Beauty
7 months ago

How to Recharge Your Batteries by Experiencing Nature’s Beauty

I have just returned from a journey, camping in one of the remote mountain areas of Peru. It was an amazing experience that I only dreamed of, especially since I am in my 60s and didn’t think I was strong enough to make the journey. Read More

Parenting Adult Children: How to Respond When Your Child Has a Problem
8 months ago

Parenting Adult Children: How to Respond When Your Child Has a Problem

By  •  Family

One of the most challenging and rewarding thresholds in life can be talking to your adult child when they come to you with a problem. This is it is a statement of love and trust. Read More