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Mental Health & Resiliency Workshop with Shirley Clark
August 17, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Living into our best life when times are difficult: Keys for mental wellness
The disruptions of the past year have affected us all in different ways. Many of us have carried additional stress as we have navigated – and continue to navigate the challenges the pandemic has brought to us individually and collectively, including how we care for others.
In response, we may, at various times in our day, feel fatigue, anger, sadness, be anxious, or feel burned out. In these times of continual change and uncertainty, it is especially important that we are aware of and understand our inner reactions so that we can develop strategies to help us respond in a healthy manner.
Hope on Zoom for special time together for learning, sharing, and just breathing in the Peace that surpasses our understanding. We hope you leave the session renewed, and with several takeaways that help you to live at your best during times of emotional and mental challenge.
Shirley Clark is a certified coach and facilitator, providing virtual training programs that promote mental health, psychological safety, and leadership development.
Following a successful 25-year corporate career, she established an international consulting organization and a nonprofit foundation, where she researched and co-authored workplace studies, including “Are We Losing the Best and the Brightest? Highly Achieved Women Leaving the Traditional Workforce” and “Win-Win Workplace Practices: Improved Organizational Results and Improved Quality of Life” for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Education and Training Administration. Most recently, Shirley served as the CEO and Executive Director of The Women’s Center, a nonprofit in the Washington, D.C. region providing affordable mental health and domestic violence support services and mental wellness education.
SmartCEO Magazine named Shirley a Bravo Award Winner; she has been accredited by the International Coach Federation and has mentored at Georgetown University’s Executive Leadership Program of which she is an alumnus, as well as for international NGO’s serving emerging leaders.