In an increasingly difficult world, it is important for parents and teens to understand how to cope with stress, anxiety, and pressures to achieve. In this seminar with Julie Geeting, mental health counselor and coach, learn more about what builds resilience and adaptability and how parents can help their teenage children.
Stress is a necessary and adaptive aspect of life. However, in today’s world, our stressors can become all-consuming. For many, vacation is the only stress management tool we know. How do we move beyond “getting away from it all” to reclaim the joy of day-to-day life? Join counselor and coach Julie Geeting to explore the spectrum of stress and how to begin redefining your relationship with it.
In our increasingly complex society, we need to optimize our brain fitness to manage the inundation of choices, information, and stimulation that we are exposed to today. The benefits of meditation, mindfulness, and contemplation on mood, attention, compassion, and stress management, as well as the benefits achieved through the development of neuroplasticity, emotional intelligence, and character development are becoming more and more evident. A well-being approach that incorporates these practices will allow us to thrive in the twenty-first century.
Back by popular demand! Julie Geeting, LPC, NCC, and Tracy Klebe will give a repeat presentation of their March seminar Decluttering Home and Mind. Julie and Tracy will focus on a step-by-step process to help people overcome common obstacles to decluttering their living space, and tips to surmount typical emotional barriers to getting started and following through with the project.
Attend a question and answer session about Anthropedia’s Well-Being Coach Certification Training and find out how you can help us. Anthropedia Well-Being Coaches are experts in the root causes of well-being and educators for sustainable lifestyle change. We invite you to become a Well-Being Coach to assist in addressing the needs of the whole person.