Constance H. Gemson creates and conducts original workshops throughout New York City. Topics include: Coping with Change: Creating the Future with Confidence, Friendship: Connection and Community, Going Solo: Valuing Your Time Alone  and other themes. She is the co-author of  the in-house publication Home Again: Here to Stay: A Manual for Culture  Change in Long Term Care.. She has led creative writing workshops at Memorial Sloan- Kettering Cancer Center, NYPresbyterian Hospital Center, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and continues this work at other sites. She is a free-lance writer. Her recent essay: Grace Notes: Singing in Marion's Hospital Room was recently published in Narrative in Social Work Practice: The Power and Possibility of Story by Columbia University Press. She has been an adjunct lecturer at LaGuardia Community College and Hunter College.