Easing the Stress of Returning to the Office

As businesses and organizations return to work, employees may be questioning the safety of the office, feeling an increase in stress, anxiety and tension. This interactive workshop will ease the transition for employees by addressing the underlying feeling of fear. We will discuss the emotion of fear and how it serves to address our need for safety.
In this workshop employees will complete a stress self-assessment and identify their individual triggers, warning signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety.

Attendees will learn: -How to identify and cope with stress. -Understand the emotion of fear and how it is expressed individually -Work through their feelings of returning to the office -Learn their individual warning signs and symptoms or stress -Develop a Wellness Plan to cope with their stress
About this speaker: Victoria is a wellness psychotherapist, with a private practice in NYC. She started her practice in 2014 and brings over 15 years of mental health experience to Type A New Yorkers, who are on the front lines of corporate America. Her speciality is treating people with high functioning anxiety who struggle with self-care and finding meaning and balance in their work lives. Victoria is an outsourced Chief Wellness Officer for many companies in NYC, helping companies create a culture of compassion by implementing tailored wellness workshops and individualized employee wellness coaching. Victoria connects holistic psychotherapy, modern science, and mindfulness meditation her workplace wellness programs.
Provider's Education: BA in Liberal Arts from Colgate University, Graduated from Columbia University’s School of Social Work, Certification in Adult Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from NYU;s Institute for Psychoanalytic Education, Certification in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and is a Certified Health Coach from The Institute of Integrative Nutrition’s Health Coaching Program
Provider's Experience: Experienced Corporate Wellness Officer
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 go 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 reminder of the two days (and going forward)”
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): 1 hour and 30 min
Equipment buyer needs to provide: None
Equipment provided by vendor: None
Post event tools included: Yes
Includes pre-event consultation: Yes