Resilience: The Antidote to an Uncertain World

This interactive workshop will include a discussion on the present state of the world and its relationship to the mental health of the collective. When there is uncertainty in our environment, we feel unsafe and are at risk to burnout (feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; increased mental distance from one’s job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one's job; and reduced professional efficacy.)
Together, with the existing workplace wellness program, this workshop will teach employees and employers how to develop resilience In and outside of the workplace. The workshop also incorporates a self-assessment to determine predisposition to burnout and individualized resilience wellness plans. Participants will gain a better understanding of the role of emotions and learn simple strategies to improve management of stress and uncertainly.

Attendees will learn: -The definition of resilience and why it is important in an uncertain world -How our five core emotions: happiness, sadness, anger, fear and disgust affect our daily decisions, interactions and behaviors -Understand how to recognize, label and process our emotions -Learn strategies to cope with prominent emotion of fear, the primary emotion that arises from uncertainty -How to develop a individualized resilience wellness plan
About this speaker: Victoria is a wellness psychotherapist, she has a private practice in NYC. She started her private practice in 2014 incorporating all of her knowledge and experience to providing holistically oriented treatment to New Yorkers who are on the front lines of corporate America. Helping “Type A” personalities with high functioning anxiety, who struggle with self-care, finding meaning and balance in their work lives. Victoria is a corporate wellness expert, creating realistic employee self-care and wellness routines, as well as connecting psychotherapy, modern science, and mindfulness meditation in workplace wellness programs.
Provider's Education: BA in liberal arts Graduated from Columbia University’s School of Social Work Studied at NYU’s Institute for Psychoanalytic Education, Adult Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program Certification in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and The Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s health coaching certification program
Provider's Experience: Experienced presenter to many corporate events
Reviews of this provider: Great feedback already from the group. Victoria did a great job." "Victoria did a great job, and I think our staff got a lot out of her session. It was a great way to kick off the retreat and give people the tools to communicate openly for the remainder of the two days (and going forward)." FROM CLIENT: "Victoria was a great presenter. The content was well-received. "
Speaker Topic:
Financial Wellness
Mental Health
Celebrity or Keynote
Working From Home
Humorous, Funny
Building Awareness For:
Heart Health (February)
Black History (February)
Women's History (February)
Financial Literacy (April)
National Volunteer (April)
Brain Tumor Awareness (May)
Mental Health Awareness (May)
National Stroke Awareness (May)
Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness (June)
Workplace Safety (June)
Sarcoma Awareness (July)
National Yoga (September)
Hispanic Heritage Month (September)
Breast Cancer Awareness (October)
National Arts & Humanities (October)
National Disability Employment Awareness (October)
Movember - Men's Health (November)
LGBTQ/Pride (June)
Other Critera:
Available as Webinar
Recording is OK
Available as In-Person Event
Available Nationwide
Willing to Travel
Offered in Spanish
Offered in other languages
For Call Centers
Especially for Men
Especially for Women
HRA/VEBA eligible
For 3rd Shift
For Retreats
Duration of event (in hour increments): One hour and half
Equipment buyer needs to provide: None
Equipment provided by vendor: None
Post event tools included: Yes
Includes pre-event consultation: Yes
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