December 5, 2019
College Center Multi-Purpose Room
RSVP by November 28
Most of us take on an unreasonable number of work tasks and social obligations that leave us feeling frustrated, exhausted and spread thin, rather than fulfilled. To create a healthier and more realistic balance, we must honestly examine both our personal and professional values, goals, and interests.
This workshop will prompt you to think about your priorities and, through guided activities, help you gain a clearer picture of how you would optimally allocate your time. You will also learn techniques such as asserting boundaries, time management and delegating responsibility, that contribute to a much saner, well-balanced lifestyle.
Nancy is a licensed clinical social worker. She has over 20 years of experience in the fields of education and human services and is an expert in adjustment disorders, traumatic stress and relaxation methods as well as assisting clients through the stages of addiction recovery. She teaches at the college level in both graduate and undergraduate programs and assists in training new therapists and supervising staff. Nancy has provided programs in a variety of areas over the past 15 years such as; Stress Reduction, Smoking Cessation, Work/Life Balance, Healthy Communication and Wellness. She is also a Wellness and Life Coach. Additionally, she is Level II trained in EMDR (Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing, a trauma treatment model), An Advanced Graduate of Somatic Experiencing, Level I trained in the Internal Family Systems model and a graduate of the Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute as well as a trainer for the International Federation of Biblio-Poetry and Writing Therapies.