Selfcare: Shelter from Every Storm
(not angry, not bitter)
Date: Thursday, November 16
Location: Virtual (Zoom)
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The storms of life could be wreaking havoc on your emotional, mental, and physical health. The holidays are fast approaching, and amidst the fun and festivities, it can be a stressful time for you. It can be especially difficult if you are experiencing depression, anxiety or grief.
Do you mentally focus on one thing at a time?
Do you laugh hard and long more than 20 times a day, never smirk in disgust?
Do you never ask, “why me” and have no resentment for any negative events in your life?
Do you never take things personally and easily forgive others?
If you’re answered “No” to 1 or more, this webinar is for you.
Self-Care is the key to living a peaceful, joyful, and purposeful life.
You will learn the vital importance of Selfcare as a health prevention
tool for everyday living, especially during the backdrop of
stress, depression, anxiety and grief.
Selfcare is attainable. Self-Care is not selfishness. Self- Care is
about focusing on you first and identifying what you need to prevent
the physical causes of anxiety, stress, or depression and to be kind
to yourself as you grieve. Self-Care is not a one and done; Selfcare is
a practice and takes discipline. Your individual Selfcare journey
impacts every aspect of your life - it only requires an adaptable plan
Learn how to thrive, not survive, through the storms of life
Identify barriers to Selfcare
Identify your anger type
Acknowledge the reality of your body
Learn the benefits of gratitude and meditation
Implement Selfcare healthy practices
At the end of this seminar, you will be equipped with information and resources to begin your individualized Self-Care journey to help you prepare, plan, and stay on purpose during the storms of your life.
Dr. Zenobia Bass, CACII, LCCC, PMMC
Certified Addiction Counselor II
Licensed Clinical Christian Counselor
Positive Mind Management Coach