Personal Resilience (Learn strategies to shift from overwhelmed to calm)
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Are you stressed by uncertainty and competing obligations? Learn strategies to shift from overwhelmed to calm, to handle work and home obligations and preserve time for yourself. by Lee Reinert, Ph,D.
- 4 Classes; work from home at your convenience
- Join Zoom meetings to discuss material
- Recordings are provided for those unable to attend discussions
- Please submit questions prior to Zoom meetings
Schedule of when Power Points are available:
Class 1A: Week of January 31
Class 2A: Week of February 14
Class 3A; Week of February 28
Class 4A : Week of March 14
Zoom Meeting Discussions: Tuesdays 7:30 – 8:30 p,m
Class 1B; Feb, 8: Resilience and Stress Theory, Self-evaluation; select areas to improve
Class 2B: Feb, 22; State and Trait Theory; Effects of Personality, Developmental Stages, and Environment on Resilience. Prioritize levels of concern.
Class 3B: March 8; Psychology and Behavior Theories to Support Mental Health. Mute feelings of overwhelm and emotional hot buttons to gain control. Identify personal change strategies to use.
Class 4B; March 22: Keys to Behavior Change: Turn Theory into Practice. Learn strategy tips to increase success. Polish your personal self-care plan and work and family management systems.
“Personal Resilience" is designed by learning specialist, Lee Reinert, Ph,D, She has 18 years of experience as an educator teaching K - College for regular and special needs classes. She taught research and comparative health for BSN nursing students. Lee was a homeschool parent and trained evaluator for many years. She also created and taught behavior change workshops for Chester County Hospital, Corporations in the tri- state area and the Federal Government. She earned a Masters degree in Counseling and Ph,D. in Psycho-Educational processes.