Your manager calls you in for a meeting about a task that has been challenging for you to complete.
Your colleague starts ranting again about a recent Supreme Court decision that you see very differently.
Your client wants some work from you in response to another mass shooting.
As communications and public relations professionals, you may be the first to be called when an organization needs to respond to a crisis, even as you are just beginning to process it for yourselves. In addition, seemingly small everyday work experiences can trigger big emotional and physical responses based on your own personal history and capacity to manage those triggers. Without strategies and support, you may find yourself overreacting, overwhelmed, worn out, angry, anxious, or even hopeless.
This workshop will include approaches that will help you at home and in your community as well.
Mental Health, School Age, Relationships,
Infants, Birth, Relationships,